“When through one man a little more love and goodness, a little more light and truth comes into the world then that life has had great meaning.” ~ A close friend of Lou’s, Fr. Charles Hudson, at his 60th birthday.
Red Bank resident Louis J. Maresca passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, Jan. 17, after suffering from dementia for the last five years. He was 96.
A Red Bank man has been charged with taking “upskirting” photos of at least two women in a local supermarket last month and then fleeing from police when they tried to arrest him, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago announced on Tuesday.
It was all about falling for the fall season with some sips, pets and socializing. The coffee was on and company came to celebrate the fall with festivities at Coffee Corral in Red Bank this past sunny Saturday.
Turns out that the Corral’s Fair Havenite owners, Courtlyn (Crosson) and Erich Reulbach, had the timing just right to offer up some free fall fun, food and feting before the rain came, cancelling lots of other fall and Halloween fetes on Sunday.
And the sun shone bright on the chicks and goats and sheep and folks scurrying to socialize and soak it all up. We’re told a sunny good time was had by all — even the animals.
Cheers to fall and coffee!
Take a look at the photos above, courtesy of R-FH Retro friend Magdalena Aders, for a glimpse into the day. (Click on one to enlarge and scroll. Enjoy!).