A report detailing the findings of an official misconduct investigation conducted by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office (MCPO) Professional Responsibility Unit (PRU) into actions by Bradley Beach Police Chief Leonard Guida has been publicly released today at the order of Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago.Continue reading Prosecutor: Internal Affairs Report on Misconduct Investigation of Area Police Chief Released
The owner of longtime Sea Bright restaurant Anjelica’s, Ray Lena, of Long Branch, passed away unexpectedly in St. Maarten after a brief illness on Feb. 16. He was 76.Continue reading In Memoriam: Sea Bright ‘Anjelica’s’ Restaurant Owner, Ray Lena, 76
Longtime Fair Havenite Olive Tonneman passed away peacefully on Feb. 25 after a long and happy life.Continue reading In Memoriam: Longtime Fair Havenite Olive Tonneman
The following January criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Red Bank police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.Continue reading Police Report: Assault, Weapons Possession, Drugs, Theft, Child Endangerment, Graffiti, DWI
It’s Sunday fun day. Do you know where your imbibing fun-seekers are? No, it isn’t Cheers. It’s a younger, hipper ’70s or ’80s Sea Bright version of it, though. The gathering spot was the iconic Melody Corner/Sail Inn.Continue reading Retro Sea Bright Corner of Melody, Sail & Cheers
A Thursday night motor vehicle accident in Ocean Township that resulted in the death of a pedestrian is under investigation, Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago announced on Friday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Accident that Killed Pedestrian Under Investigation
Rumson-Fair Haven (RFH) Regional High School’s Kali Lerner, Psychology teacher and advisor, has been named the high school’s Educator of the Year.Continue reading Kali Lerner: RFH Educator of the Year
Still “imbibing and pursuing leisurely interests” after all these years. That would be the RFH Ladies of the Round Table. You’ve seen them before in a ’70s Retro Pic of the Day and they’ve been at it again “all these years” later — at a gathering in Delray Beach, FL.Continue reading Reunited: RFH Ladies of the Round Table
Well, boys basketball season at RFH is here; and, it’s usually slam dunk of a success.Continue reading Retro RFH Basketball Slam Dunkin’
Lifetime Red Bank resident, Joseph Condina, passed away on Feb. 15 in Wilmington, DE. He was 88.Continue reading In Memoriam: Lifetime Red Bank Resident, Suburban Pharmacy Owner, Joseph Condina, 88
Former longtime Fair Havenite Marie Ottesen passed away on Jan. 25 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease.
Marie was born and raised in Brooklyn, where she met her husband, Lloyd. They married in 1959. Soon after that, they moved to the “country,” also known as New Jersey, where they raised their family in Fair Haven.Continue reading In Memoriam: Former Longtime Fair Havenite, School Secretary, Marie Ottesen
It’s the stuff … ing presidents are made of — or something like that.
In honor of Presidents Day, we’re honed in on presidents of the class kind — not country. And there have been many class presidents at RFH, some of whom have stuck out like beacons of, well, zaniness. Call them fearless fun leaders.Continue reading Retro RFH Class Prez Stuff