An Ocean County man has been arrested and charged with murdering his wife over the weekend and leaving her body on the side of a road, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago announced Monday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Husband Charged with Wife’s Murder
Halloween is in the air — and on lawns — in the Rumson-Fair Haven area.
All you have to do is take a drive to get into the spirit — or crash into a few out of amazement, shock or fright. Do try this at home. Just leave the crashing part out and take in the sights of the creepy, kooky, mysterious, spooky and altogether ooky decorations around the towns, as the Addams Family title song says.Continue reading Focus: Halloween Decoration Drive-By
“If you’re gonna worry, don’t pray. And if you’re gonna pray, don’t worry.”
Following his own advice, Fair Haven Fisk Chapel A.M.E. Church Rev. Thomas Johnson will tell you that he never did much worrying. In fact, if you you’ve ever even known him for a minute, you likely haven’t seen a scowl or worried furrow on his brow. Just a bright smile that speaks self-proclaimed countless blessings.Continue reading Focus: Celebrating Fair Haven History in a Pastor’s Retirement
Former longtime Fair Havenite, Gretchen S. Coleman, more recently of Little Silver, passed away peacefully on Oct. 27 with her family by her side. She was 83.Continue reading In Memoriam: Former Longtime Fair Havenite, Gretchen Coleman, 83
It’s cool to be a good ghoul in school, right?
Wait. Is that a lobster raising its claw to answer the teacher? Why, yes, it is. The teacher is unfazed. But the lesson? Well, it seems that this day in a Fair Haven 1980s classroom is all about costumes and little to nothing about reading, writing and ‘rithmetic.Continue reading Retro Fair Haven Classroom Halloween Classic
An area man has been arrested and charged with the 2017 robbery of $700,000 from a check-cashing business, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago announced on Friday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Area Man Charged with 2017 Robbery of $700K from Check-Cashing Business
The man who was shot by police in Holmdel yesterday, in an incident that caused Route 35 corridor traffic jams, has been arrested and charged with carjacking, car theft, a weapons charge and related offenses, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago announced on Thursday.Continue reading Prosecutor: 33-Year-Old Arrested, Charged with Carjacking, Auto Theft & More
Well, the sun is out and it’s time to take the Halloween parading outside.Continue reading Retro RFH Halloween Parading
Call it a spirited play time.
The Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) Tower Players are staging their fall production of The Canterville Ghost, set for Nov. 18 to 20 on the RFH stage.Continue reading RFH Tower Players Set Stage for Haunting Production of ‘The Canterville Ghost’
A Monmouth County Jury has returned guilty verdicts on nearly all charges against the area man who in 2019 was charged with murdering a longtime family friend and setting her home on fire in an attempt to cover his tracks, Acting Monmouth County First Assistant Prosecutor Michael J. Wojciechowski announced on Wednesday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Area Man Convicted in Family Friend’s 2019 Murder
From the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office …
The following is an MCPO statement related to road closures and police activities taking place along the Route 35 corridor this morning:Continue reading Prosecutor: Rt. 35 Corridor Road Closures Stem from Police-Involved Shooting of Suspect
It’s elementary … Halloween haunting in the classroom.
Here they are — a group of ghosts, ghouls and other Halloween friends in Fair Haven’s Knollwood School in the 1990s.Continue reading Retro Halloween Class Act