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Police Report: Theft, Assault, Terroristic Threats, Fugitive From Justice, Criminal Mischief, DWI, Hindering Apprehension

The following December 2023 criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Red Bank police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.

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Scene Around: RFH Tower Singers’ Holiday High Note

The holidays. They’re something to sing about. And that’s exactly what the Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) Tower Singers did over the weekend.

All festively dressed up with somewhere to go, the singers took their songs to the streets and other places in the area to serenade many and spread some holiday cheer. They do it every year.

This year, the Santa-hatted Tower Singers strolled and sang starting in the morning at St. George’s-by-the-River Episcopal Church in Rumson at the church’s Canterbury Christmas event. By about 11 a.m., they singers were on their way to Ce La Vi on Monmouth Street in Red Bank. No, they didn’t stroll all the way there, but … they did have some brunch — and a little bonding.

After brunch the Tower Singers did a caroling kind of stroll from the restaurant to Riverside Gardens Park on Front Street where they sang for the Red Bank Holiday Harmonies program at 1 p.m. And finally, the singers strolled to Broad Street to sing in front of the Red Bank Artists’ Collective, also for the Red Bank program.

Now that’s some holiday cheer with a song — or several! Cheers to the Tower Singers!

** Click on one photo in the above gallery to enlarge and scroll. Enjoy! **

— Photos/RFH PAS

In Memoriam: Red Bank Resident Sandra Larsen, 87

Red Bank resident Sandra Larsen died peacefully, surrounded by family in her home, after succumbing to congestive heart failure. She was 87.

Sandra spent her childhood years in Lyndhurst where she met her husband of 46 years, Larry. After marrying, the couple lived in Kaiserslautern, Germany while Larry served in the US Army. Upon returning to the United States, they lived in an apartment in Lyndhurst, before moving to West Milford in 1960.

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