In Memoriam: Longtime Red Bank Resident, Rose Marie Lister Tomaino, 90

We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord.  Wherefore we labour, that, whether present or absent, we may be accepted of him. ~ 2 Corinthians 5:8-9

Longtime Red Bank resident, Rose Marie “Re” Lister Tomaino passed away “peacefully from natural causes” on Sunday, Nov. 19. She was 90.

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Rumson Police Investigate Attempted Home Invasions

Rumson police on Nov. 25 released security camera photos and a statement regarding early morning Nov. 24 “attempted home entries.” They asked that residents remain on high alert for suspicious activity and review security cameras.

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DWI Checkpoint Set for Night Before Thanksgiving

The night before Thanksgiving has always been known as the biggest party night of the year. It’s been referred to as Drinksgiving, Blackout Wednesday and Black Wednesday.

Characteristically, people are coming home for the holiday, reuniting and celebrating. And the Monmouth County DWI Task Force is, again, advising designated drivers and ride shares if people choose to partake. The Task Force also has a DWI Checkpoint set for Wednesday night through early Thanksgiving morning.

These DWI checkpoints are publicized in accordance with the law.

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Retro RFH Powder Puff Football Line-Up

RFH Powder Puff Football of 1977 Photo/George Day
RFH Powder Puff Football of 1977
Photo/George Day

Yes, it’s the season at RFH when it’s pretty much all about football.

But, what about those days when it was about powder puff football, too?There were those days — at least in the late 1970s. And they’re back again with the recent resurgence of the girls’ game. This year, the juniors lost to the seniors.

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