The historic, unprecedented news came on Tuesday night. For the third rare time in more than a century, the Fair Haven Firemen’s Fair 2020 has been cancelled.Continue reading A Covid-19 Era Break in Tradition: Fair Haven Firemen’s Fair Cancelled
The story of a kayaking fisherman gone missing on Thursday night in the Navesink River came to a tragic end as the body of Bordentown resident Nedim Aksoy, 50, was recovered in Sandy Hook Bay near Plum Island on Monday morning, U.S. Coast Guard authorities said.Continue reading Body of Missing Kayaker Found
A Fair Haven-raised man on Friday walked with his son in peaceful protest of the knee-to-throat death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis, MN police officer Derek Chauvin, police brutality and injustice in the black community — a walk calling for unity.
“Unity, all ages, all races,” said that man, Skip Hawkins. “I’m so proud of these kids today.”Continue reading A Fair Haven-Raised Man’s George Floyd Protest Perspective
There are two different graduation walks when you’re an eighth grade graduate of Fair Haven’s Knollwood School.Continue reading Retro Fair Haven Eighth Grade Graduation Walk