Seeing the guys cooking in the kitchen for the Fair Haven Fire Department Spaghetti Dinner last week brought back memories of those same guys as youngsters and their dads doing chef duty at the firehouse for many an event.
With the recent passing of Fair Haven’s Donny Frank — policeman, fireman and first aider — we are reminded of some history-making firsts for the borough that tend to get lost in the, well, passing of time.
So, here in the Retro Pic of the Day is an enlightening picture of a factoid that resurfaced like, say, a deep sea diver from the vast waters — sort of like Donny Frank and friends emerging with an expanded rescue idea for the Fair Haven First Aid Squad (or Corps) back in 1962.
The line to get into the annual Fair Haven Fire Department’s Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday night was as long, winding and enjoyable as a mouthful of spaghetti twirling on a fork, making its way into a hungry gullet.
An unidentified male is in critical condition as a result of being struck by a motor vehicle along Main Street in Belmar Sunday evening, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said on Monday.
A Monmouth County man with an extensive criminal record was sentenced on Friday to 65 years in a New Jersey state prison in connection with a 2014 Asbury Park armed robbery and witness tampering related to the crime, Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said.
Well, the weather report for the weekend calls for temperatures warming up and a little rain. You could say that fair weather bodes well this weekend for a couple of Fair Haven events.
The mourning buntings have once again been hung on the Fair Haven Firehouse. The marquee is a mere microcosm of the long story of a lifelong Fair Havenite’s service to his town and his passing.
A Monmouth County man was sentenced to 34 years in prison for his October conviction in connection with the 2012 attempted murder of two men outside an Asbury Park bar, Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said on Thursday.
Well, one old time Fair Haven, now Rumson, guy had a birthday recently.
And, on his birthday, a photo popped up on Facebook of him and a few others at the traditional annual sixth grade trip to Stokes State Forrest.
It was quite the hauntingly comforting scene on Tuesday — mist rising from the Shrewsbury River from the Sea Bright side to Rumson and all the way to Highlands.
Then the sun poked through the clouds, the mist evaporated and it was time for a little reflection … of the crystalline riverfront view onto the water and life in the Rumson-Fair Haven area.
Fair Havenite Sandi Richards-von Pier captured the moments.
Take a look … (and don’t forget to click to enlarge!)
A Monmouth County man who set off a 10½ hour standoff on Monday is now facing several charges, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni said.
With the mild weather over the weekend and into the start of the week, R-FH area people were popping up all over the great outdoors for a little fairer weather respite.