The following May criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Fair Haven police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.
The longstanding annual St. George’s-by-the River Canterbury Fair tradition in Rumson has always been, let’s say, something to talk about.
The following recent arrests were reported by Red Bank police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.
The sun has had a hard time peering out from the dank weather veil these days. So, daydreaming about a simpler summer time when a dive into the ocean in Sea Bright was all you needed comes a lot easier than that ball of fire and the imminent need to cool down.
The following May criminal incidents were reported by Red Bank police:
From Rumson police at about 10:45 a.m. …
“Patrols responded to a car fire today (Wednesday) on Briarwood Road. Luckily, the operator was not injured. The Rumson Fire Department responded and swiftly knocked down the flames.”
A three-month investigation culminated in the Friday arrest of a Monmouth County man who was charged with possession and distribution of child pornography, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced on Tuesday.
Police are seeking help in the investigation of a fatal two-car accident that occurred on Sunday evening, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced on Tuesday.
The Fair Haven Fire Department Wetdown on Saturday brought a huge community contingent out.
Longtime Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) teacher and coach, Thomas J. Bain, passed away at his Ocean Township home on Friday, June 2. He was 89.
Born in Columbus, OH, Mr. Bain served in as a U.S. Army 2nd Lieutenant in the Korean War, according to his obituary information from Wooley-Boglioli Funeral Home. He graduated from Ohio State University with a bachelor of science degree in mathematics. He received his master’s degree from Montclair State College.
Mr. Bain taught math and coached track and football for many years at RFH, retiring in 1985. Many former students considered him a favorite with an easy going manner and a bright smile.
He was also a member of the Lutheran Church of the Reformation, West Long Branch, where he sang in their choir for many years.
Mr. Bain was pre-deceased by his wife, Marilyn, in 2003.
Surviving are: his son and daughter-in-law, Thomas J. and Colleen Bain, of Hillsborough; his daughter and son-in-law, Nancy B. and Thomas Ehlert, of Wall; and five grandchildren, Colin, Heather, Bryan, Shannon and Sean.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. at Woolley-Boglioli Funeral Home, 10 Morrell Street, Long Branch. A funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation, 992 Broadway, West Long Branch.
Burial will be at Glenwood Cemetery, West Long Branch.
Call it a christening of sorts — a wetdown. It’s the traditional ceremony celebrating new trucks and honoring the retired ones by hosing them down, the drivers of the old ones turning over the hose to the new.
And the Fair Haven Fire Department Triple Wetdown Dedication did just that on Sunday to celebrate the arrival of a new (1372 Mack) truck and two command vehicles (1366 and 1355), a fire chief’s command and first responder command vehicle. The old 1372 was retired after 41 years of service.
The celebration is a grand one in fire company tradition. In addition to the wetdown rite of passage, there’s a community party with music, food and drink and fire departments from all over joining in the welcoming of the new and retiring of the old.
Take a look … (Be sure to CLICK on each pic to enlarge!)
— Elaine Van Develde