RFH students of the 1970s take some free time outside in the nice weather. Photo/George Day
A reprise of a very popular Retro Pic of the (George) Day that pays homage to spring — RFH style … Now where were these RFHers? Word has it that they were far off campus …
Spring has finally sprung. In fact it’s bloomin’ bouncing into seasonal warmth lately, save for a few bad days.
Continue reading Retro Spring Chillin’ RFH Style
Sometimes you just have to leave things up to chance. And there’s nothing better to personify that notion than a moment at what was the Grab Bag Booth at the Fair Haven Firemen’s Fair.
Continue reading Retro Fair Grab Bagging
RFH Girls Softball circa 1954 Photo/RFH Yearbook
Just when you think you’ve moved past an RFH gym suit PTSD trigger, another rears its horrid head.
Continue reading Retro RFH Softball Gal Greatness & Gym Suit Guffaw
Fair Haven Boys Basketball Team gets a proclamation for its championship Photo/screenshot of Zoom Borough Council meeting
They had no idea what a proclamation was, but the third grade Fair Haven Boys Basketball Team was present and proud to accept the honor for winning the 2022 Mid-Monmouth Championship from Mayor Joshua Halpern at Monday night’s Borough Council meeting.
The view of the meeting room showed a near-capacity crowd there for the boys as the mayor gathered them to explain the honor he was bestowing on behalf of a proud borough.
Continue reading Scene Around: Proud, Pint-Sized Hoops Champs
Rumson boys ready for some dancing in 1973 Photo/courtesy of Bill Dey via Facebook
If there’s any way to summon the spring sun, it’s with some 70s madras fashion. That’s the way they did the spring dance in Rumson in 1973.
Continue reading Retro Rumson Boys of Spring Dancing & Madras Mayhem
Rumsonite Robert Hrasna passed away on April 20 following a heroic battle with skin cancer. He was 63.
Continue reading In Memoriam: Rumsonite Robert Hrasna, 63
Seasons change, so we think. We’ve been summoning a full-on spring since the season’s long-awaited onset. Yet, there seem to have been more dank than sunny, soothing days.
Continue reading Focus: Summoning a Rumson Springtime
Longtime Fair Havenite Carolyn L. Feist died at home on April 19 after a short illness. She was 91.
Continue reading In Memoriam: 60-Year Fair Havenite Carolyn Feist, 91
RFH coach and teacher Hal Lorme circa 1970s. Photo/George Day
How could we have a Retro Pic of the (George) Day during baseball season without a photo of the unforgettable
RFH coach, Hal Lorme? Continue reading Retro RFH Baseball Coaching Hit
The Monmouth University Urban Coast Institute (UCI) will receive federal funding for two projects that bolster resilience to extreme coastal storm and flooding events in Naval Weapon Station (NWS) Earle and its surrounding communities and help economically disadvantaged New Jersey municipalities improve their resilience and readiness for climate threats.
Continue reading Federal Funding Garnered to Bolster Area Coastal Resilience
A single-car crash has claimed the life of two passengers in Freehold Township Tuesday evening, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Lori Linskey announced.
Continue reading Prosecutor: Two Teen Passengers Die in Single-Car Crash