You’ve seen them before … this crew of daring, not so diabolical RFH guys who had a little skateboarding club. Call these views the triple threats.
After fleeing a Rumson garage early Tuesday morning and speeding through four area towns in a stolen car, three alleged car burglars/thieves were arrested after they were found on foot off the Garden State Parkway near the abandoned stolen vehicle in which they were traveling, Rumson police said in a released statement.
A new ShopRite supermarket has opened in Shrewsbury; and, as a new feature, sells locally-produced goods.
The state-of-the-art, 80,000-square-foot Saker family-owned ShopRite is located at 1151 Shrewsbury Avenue. It officially opened at 7 a.m. today.
Football season is winding up — or down — at RFH.
But it wasn’t always just about football at game time back in the day — as if that wasn’t enough. As tradition had it, there were always lots of things happening before, during and after games, whether on the field, off the field, around the bend or, well, in the parking lot. Yes, the parking lot.
Their faces are the faces at the core of a close-knit community.
They were neighbors, dads, and just plain friendly faces around the Rumson-Fair Haven area towns. They were also veterans.
Sunday is the day for honoring veterans — the 11th month, 11th day, 11th hour. That’s how the tradition goes.
Well, the soggy state of the area lately has been drying up and making way for some falling for fall activity — or not falling. In the last Retro Pic of the Day, we offered a glimpse back into RFH skateboarders doing some impressive balancing acts on the boards on an area street. Yes, it was Sycamore.
Turns out it was a weekly (or more) occurrence at the hands and boards of a few RFH pals.
The following October criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Fair Haven police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.
The unofficial vote tallies are in from the Monmouth County Board of Elections, showing that Rumson’s governing body will remain all Republican.
The unofficial vote tallies are in from the Monmouth County Board of Elections; and the Republicans will maintain their majority on Fair Haven’s governing body.
As people go to the polls to vote in Fair Haven today, there are some facts about the borough governing body and its function and history that may have eluded many.
So, the notion in mind that an informed voter is a better voter, here are some facts that may enlighten and inspire at the polls: