Former Fair Havenite and longtime Rumson School District teacher Eileen Sagurton Borden passed away, surrounded by family at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, on Thursday, Sept. 20. She was 71.
Monmouth University has named Randall S. Abate its inaugural Rechnitz Family Urban Coast Institute Endowed Chair in Marine and Environmental Law and Policy.
In this new position, Abate will conduct research and teach courses on environmental, climate change, marine and coastal, animal, and constitutional law and policy.
Fair Haven’s new Oktoberfest tradition continues in September. This Saturday, in fact.
An area female college student has been found guilty in connection with the February, 2017 murder of 29-year-old Brick resident Trupal Patel, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said on Wednesday.
Knock-kneed, nervous and all dressed up with somewhere to go, this gaggle Fair Haven neighborhood girls of 1965 lined up so their moms could get that classic first-day-of-kindergarten shot. And there wasn’t a smile among them.
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Remembering those in the Rumson-Fair Haven and neighboring communities lost to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 … RIP …
Hundreds walked A Mourning Walk on Sunday to honor their loved ones who have passed. Rumson mom Dawn Tilton Massabni was one of them. So was her son, Georgie and a host of other Team Don’t Shock Me supporters who honored the memory of Maddy Massabni.
Maddy, a Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School graduate, lost her life at 19 to the ramifications of toxic shock syndrome. That was Dawn’s particular cause. There were many messages to be heard in the mourning of the many others as well.
A 20-year-old Long Branch man is facing murder charges in connection with a fatal stabbing incident in the city on Saturday evening, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced.
They’re walking the walk in the name of Maddy.
The following recent criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Shrewsbury police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.