The following January criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Fair Haven police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.Continue reading Fair Haven Police Report: DWI, Assault, False Imprisonment, Vehicle Burglary, Drug Possession
A mother and son have been indicted on murder charges in connection with two separate 25-year cold case killings, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced on Wednesday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Mother, Son Indicted in Two Cold Case Murders
A Shrewsbury man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to the sexual assault of seven juvenile victims, all under the age of 13, between 2008 and 2018, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced.Continue reading Prosecutor: Shrewsbury Man Pleads Guilty to Sexual Assault of 7 Children
Since rainy days and Tuesdays sometimes get you down, it’s the perfect time to look back again on some upbeat lazy days of lounging at RFH as a junior. So, we reprise this Retro Pic of the Day originally posted in 2018 on, you guessed it, a rainy day …
Out came the sun on Monday. Then came the dank, drizzly rain on Tuesday. Everyone feels it. Even high schoolers. And everyone knows that usually with that dreary weather comes a little bit of an antsy, lackadaisical mood — especially for students cooped up in a high school all day. Yes, when it rains, it tends to pour mischief in the high school halls. Call it a little shut-in sickness.
But, back in the day, there was a remedy for what ailed RFH students when lazy, hazy days drenched with dismal weather set in. That remedy was the artfully 70s-style painted brick-and-pillar Junior Lounge.Continue reading Retro RFH Rainy Day Lounging
A contractor was arrested on Monday on charges that he stole more than $122,000 from the widow of a man who died in a fire which burned down their home, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced on Tuesday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Contractor Arrested on Charges He Stole $122K From Widow
A Monmouth County grand jury has returned a 16-count indictment against an Ocean Township man in connection with the murder of a woman who went missing in September of 2019, Ronald Teschner stemming from the murder of Jacqueline Terrulli, 65, who went missing on Sept. 12, 2019, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced on Tuesday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Man Indicted in Missing Woman’s Murder
A former Monmouth County probation officer pleaded guilty on Monday to charges that he intimidated and sexually assaulted a woman he supervised on probation, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said.Continue reading Prosecutor: Probation Officer Pleads Guilty to Sex Assault of Woman
Call it a double hail to the chief. As is now tradition for him, Rumson Police Chief Scott Patterson dove into a cause in which he believes — Special Olympics NJ — and ended up being the top fundraiser for its 2020 Polar Bear Plunge at Seaside on Saturday. This was his second consecutive year of swimming success as top individual fundraiser.Continue reading Rumson Police Chief’s Winning Plunge
A Philadelphia man was convicted on Thursday on charges in connection with the 2016 robbery of an Ocean Township AT&T store, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced.Continue reading Prosecutor: Philadelphia Man Convicted in 2016 Robbery of At&T Store
Twenty-five years after the crimes were committed, a 48-year-old man has admitted that he conspired with two others in two separate Long Branch homicides, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced on Friday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Man Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy in 25-Year-Old Cold Case Murders
Well, with Presidents Day kicking off the week, it seemed only appropriate to continue in that theme with retro RFH photos. We’ve been talking RFH class presidents.
Why not? If the day fits … And, lest we forget that back in the 1970s, there was a bicentennial for the U.S.A. going on. And there was much making of the year in the theme of RFH festivities and the yearbook.
The RFH Class of ’76, in fact, reprised its own ode to our first president, George Washington, with a mock crossing of, shall we say, McCarter Pond?
While the intent of Presidents Day was originally to commemorate the birthday of the first U.S. president, George Washington, it ended up being moved from Washington’s birthday of Feb. 22 to the third Monday of February as part of the Uniform Monday Holiday Act in 1971.
The purpose for that was twofold: to create a three-day weekend for federal and state employees (and sometimes municipal and private sector employees) and to celebrate all presidents.Continue reading Retro RFH Presidential Spirit of ’76