The 14th annual Basie Award nominations are in and Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School’s (RFH) Tower Players have garnered 11.Continue reading RFH Wins 11 Basie Award Nominations
Saturday was a traditional night for the stars of the Fair Haven Fire Department Auxiliary to shine with its annual dinner.
And from all accounts, all stars shone brightly. In fact, there was a little bit of all-star mingling across community and career arenas going on during the event.
Fire Department fireman and first aid squad captain, Dan Kane, rubbed elbows and, more aptly, chatted and shook hands with actor/producer Brian O’Halloran, a Middletown guy who is known for his roles in the Kevin Smith movies Clerks, Mallrats, Dogma, Chasing Amy, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and Clerks II.
Clerks came out in 1994 and was shot in a convenience store in Middletown. Do you remember which store and what section of Middletown? And, in Clerks, there is a scene in which a copy of a newspaper is seen. Do you know which weekly newspaper that was?
The story about Clerks being filmed, before it met with major success at the Sundance Film Festival, was told in that same newspaper that appears in the movie. Smith, himself, worked in the store.
The budget for Clerks was less than $30,000. Once released, it brought in more than $3 million. O’Halloran’s character always had he same last name in all the Smith movies. Do you know what that was?
As for Dan Kane, do you know how many years he has been with the fire company? In capacity as a line officer has he served over the years?
And, as for the true stars of the night on Saturday, the ladies of the FHFD Auxiliary, do you know how long they’ve been hosting this dinner? Favorite food served? What did O’Halloran eat?
Talk about a star-studded night …
Thanks to Dan Kane and the FHFD for the photos!
The following recent criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Shrewsbury police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.Continue reading Police Report: Fraud, DWI, Drug Possession
Call it a ratty reprise …
Summers in the Rumson-Fair Haven area are rife with river-oriented activities that have become tradition.
River Rats’ sailing “camp” is no exception. OK, nobody was camping per se. It was more like a little club. Still is. In fact, it’s that time of the year when kids start signing up for summer River Rats fun. In fact, it’s about that time to sign up for the Rats season.
It’s been a sort of rite of living on the Navesink passage for decades — since 1955. Kids learn how to boat and do a lot of summer fun bonding in the process.Continue reading Retro River Rats Rite
A Monmouth County man has pleaded guilty to first-degree aggravated manslaughter for his role in the fatal April 2016 shooting at a Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) post following a funeral repast, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced on Wednesday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Man Pleads Guilty to Fatal 2016 VFW Shooting
An Ocean Township man has been charged with attempted murder and weapons offenses in connection with a shooting incident on Easter Sunday, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced on Tuesday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Man Charged with Attempted Murder in Easter Incident
A man has pleaded guilty to aggravated sexual assault and possession of child sexual assault images in connection with June 2017 incidents in Long Branch, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced on Tuesday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Man Pleads Guilty to Aggravated Sex Assault of Toddler
RFH baseball season just wouldn’t be celebrated properly without a look back at a popular coach like Hal Lorme.Continue reading Retro RFH Baseball Coaching Moment
A Monmouth County man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison on charges of attempted armed robbery and attempted burglary in connection with incidents in two towns, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced.Continue reading Prosecutor: 20-Year-Old Gets 15 Years for Attempted Robberies, Burglary
No matter the religious belief, Easter and spring both signify rebirth. And there are many festive traditions and celebrations surrounding it all.
Over the years, we’ve seen plenty of Rumson-Fair Haven area people donning their best Easter outfits, bonnets and all, hunting for chocolate and eggs, prizes and even a few Peeps. And then there are those visits with that freakish Easter Bunny and tussles at the hunts that provoke the most classic of miserable children poses.
But, most of all, it’s a time to reflect on new beginnings giving birth from the most treasured of memories. Here are some from our friends and neighbors over the years …
Happy Easter! Happy spring! Happy blooming!
Fair Haven police have arrested two people in connection with a home burglary that took place on March 4 in Fair Haven.Continue reading Fair Haven Police: Two Arrested in Connection with Home Burglary
Former Fair Haven Nauvoo Grill manager, James Hellings, passed away on April 10. He was 48.
A service is set for today, Wednesday, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the John E. Day Funeral Home, Red Bank.Continue reading In Memorium: James Hellings, 48