Law Enforcement Appreciation Day was Jan. 9. So, looks at Fair Haven police of the past and present were peppering social media.Continue reading Police Appreciation: Retro Fair Haven PD
The following December criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Red Bank police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.Continue reading Police Report: Burglary, Theft, Assault, Weapons Possession, Drugs, DWI
The office manager of a Tinton Falls-based construction company has been criminally charged with swindling her employer out of more than $2.2 million over the course of seven years, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Lori Linskey announced on Monday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Company Manager Charged with Pilfering $2.2 M From Employer
River time is coveted time for Rumson-Fair Haven area people. Stealing away to capture its peace is a time-honored, often daily, tradition.
Here’s our window into what the river view brought us in 2021.
(Click on one photo to enlarge and scroll. Enjoy! Ahhhhh … river time!)
The most popular was the black-and-white “A Leg Up” — a testament to survival with a river view during pandemic times.
— Photos/Elaine Van Develde exclusively for R-FH RetroContinue reading Focus: Down By the River 2021
“A primary attribute of fine jewelry is its unaltered beauty as time passes on, and through the years a finely designed precious gem acts as the catalyst to remind us of grand occasions past and ties and ages together.” ~ Horner Williams
A gem is what longtime Fair Havenite and area jeweler Horner S. Williams was to the many whose lives he touched, whether it be with the creation of a piece of fine jewelry or his refined gentlemanly presence. With the first announcement of his passing on Dec. 31 at 88 through now, messages of condolence and appreciation have flooded social media saying so, in so many words.Continue reading Remembering Longtime Fair Havenite, Jeweler Horner Williams, 88