The following recent arrests were reported by Red Bank police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.
An area man was sentenced on Friday to 50 years in prison for the 2014 attempted murder of a Red Bank man, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced.
The following recent criminal incidents were reported by Red Bank police:
The following piece was originally published on Aug. 27, 2015. It’s just bout fair time again, so it’s time to take a look back at how things were and are done a pivotal place at the fair — the kitchen and dining room.
By Elaine Van Develde
Someone’s in the kitchen at Fair Haven Firemen’s Fair grounds.
And while they may have, at one point another been with someone named Dinah, as the old ditty goes, it’s a definite they’ve been with someone named Mike, Dale, Sue (x2), Raquel, Ethel (x2), Mary, Anne, Amanda, Skippy, Hodgie, Mary Ellen, Joe, Evie, and, oh, yeah, Andy and a few others.
And they certainly haven’t been strummin’ on any ol’ banjo. They’ve been way too busy — cutting, peeling, filling, flouring, husking and just plain cooking.
Except there’s nothing plain about what’s cooking in the fair kitchen, who’s cooking it, when, where, why or how.
Rumson police released a statement and photos on Wednesday of the promotion of Special Law Enforcement Officer Class II Jessica Caffey.
Memorial services start this afternoon for Rumson resident and avid area volunteer Barbara Holters Parr, who died on Sunday, Aug. 13, at Riverview Medical Center.
Back-to-school time is already creeping around that corner.
And with back-to-school thoughts come hopes of a good teacher or two and memories of the ones who we thought were the coolest. Then there were those administrators who weren’t just a Charlie Brown teacher voice cawing over the ol’ daydreaming student’s non-thought process. Some, or one in particular, are remembered as a real education innovators.
A Red Bank man was sentenced today to eight years (or 97 months) in prison for downloading sexually explicit videos and images of children to his home computer, Acting U.S. Attorney William E. Fitzpatrick announced.
The following recent criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Shrewsbury police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.
Summertime is reunion time for all good Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School alumnus.
Nothing says good simple summer times like a sunny day, a serenade by a familiar local face and just plain fun with friends. Oh, and a couple of coincidental birthdays, to boot.
An investigation and autopsies have revealed that a couple found dead in their Holmdel home on Thursday died as a result of a murder-suicide, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced.