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Red Bank Police Cracking Down on Distracted Drivers
RED BANK, NJ: Red Bank Police Chief Darren McConnell issued the following Press Release: Officers from the Red Bank Police Department will be cracking down on distracted drivers during April as part of New Jersey's UDrive. UText. UPay. enforcement campaign. Beginning April 1st and running through the end of the month, the high visibility law enforcement initiative will target motorists who engage in dangerous distracted driving behaviors such as talking on hand-held cell phones and sending text messages while driving. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that from 2011-2020, 32,000 people were killed in distracted driving-related crashes on our nation's roads. Driver inattention has...
This is a bad name for a cannabis store in NJ, and the town is angry
I don’t blame the residents of Red Bank or the Planning Board for hating the name of a new cannabis store that is slated to come to the neighborhood. According to an article on RedBankGreen.com, the business, which sought and won approval for the planning board to open up a marijuana dispensary in the town, was called “Red Bank Fire Company".
Red Bank pedestrian Broadwalk inches closer to return, but here's why some aren't happy
RED BANK - Broadwalk could return for its fourth year, if the council hammers out the final details to its plan. The months-long pedestrian plaza was implemented in 2020 at the height of the pandemic to help keep restaurant businesses alive. The plaza on Broad Street would completely close the area from White Street to Front Street to vehicular traffic.
The Broadwalk is Back!
Welcome back to another edition of the Red Bank Beat! Did you miss us last week? I was down in South Florida to spend some time with family, and I can’t say I minded the temperatures, if you know what I mean. Of course, it’s always good to be home once you’ve spent some time away, and I’m happy to be back in the saddle in downtown Red Bank. Speaking of warmer temperatures, we have some exciting news to share about what’s coming down the pike once the weather really warms up, and that exciting news is…. BROADWALK WILL RETURN IN MAY It’s...
Check out New Jersey’s ‘Most Fantastic’ independent grocery store
When was the last time you went to a local "farm market"? We have many around the Garden State and they are always worth a look. You never know what kind of different products you are gonna find at a farmer's market. Everything from fresh eggs and produce to homemade baked goods and jams.
Students and families grill Monmouth U officials on armed subject, gunshot reports
WEST LONG BRANCH - The reported armed subject at Monmouth University Wednesday night was running from her dorm to her car with a curling iron, not a weapon, and widespread reports of gunshots on social media were unfounded, university officials said in a Zoom call with the community Thursday afternoon.
Staten Island Home of the Week: Built in 1930, scenic views, Grymes Hill, $1.95M
According to Staten Island Multiple Listing services, MLSSINY.com, this 1930 Grimes Hill home offers scenic views, and is conveniently located in close proximity to both Brooklyn and the Staten Island Ferry. The single family home nested at 363 Howard Ave. is currently listed at $1,950,000. The expansive lot measures up...
BREAKING: Lakewood Resident Hospitalized With Pellet Gunshot Wound
A Lakewood resident was hospitalized this evening after being shot with a pellet gun in an apparent accident, sources told TLS. The accident happened while two young residents were reportedly playing with a pellet gun. The gun went off, shooting one of them, injuring him in the torso. Sources tell...
You won’t want to miss spring and summer events planned in this New Jersey town
🔵 Brick Township in Ocean County has plenty of spring and summer events planned. 🔵 There are updates are when new businesses in Brick will be finished. 🔵 Brick Schools and taxpayers feeling the sting of state aid cuts. It is normal to be thinking about summer...
Boys Basketball – 2023 All-Shore Final Vote Winners
2022-23 Stats: 15.4 points, 72 3-pointers, 76.6 FT%. Schorr introduced himself to the Shore with an impressive scoring season for a sophomore that was rooted in smooth shooting stroke and ability to get himself space for clean looks. It was not all smooth sailing this season for the Bulldogs sharpshooter: after starting his career with a 25-point performance on opening night, he was bottled up in Rumson’s next two games – including a one-point outing against Colts Neck and its standout defender, Mike Belcher. Schorr, however, made adjustments. The first time through the division schedule, he averaged nine points per game; the second time through, he went for 18 per game with three 20-plus-point performances. Schorr closed the year with scoring games of 27 and 21 in the NJSIAA Tournament and will go into 2023-24 as one of the Shore's top juniors to watch.
Keyport Man Stole $60,000 from Appliance Repair Shop: Prosecutor
A Bayshore man has been criminally charged with stealing more than $61,000 from a local appliance repair company that he managed financial matters for, authorities said. Eduardo “Edward” Murillo, 46, of Keyport is charged with theft by unlawful taking and identify theft, according to Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago.
NYPD identifies 26-year-old victim of fatal shooting in Clifton; search for suspect ongoing
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.— Police have identified the victim of a fatal shooting Saturday afternoon that happened in the Park Hill section of Clifton. Quamane Rogers, 26, of Markham Lane in West Brighton, was pronounced dead at the scene, after he was discovered with a gunshot wound to the face on the 200 block of Park Hill Avenue, authorities said.
Five stories you may have missed last week
Good morning! We made it to spring. As snow from now on is now expressly prohibited by law (well, it should be), prepare for some wet weather, budding flowers and a lot of sneezing if you have seasonal allergies. Speaking of which, seasonal allergies seem like a serious design flaw in our bodies and is an issue we really ought to take up with the manufacturer. ...
For Princeton student-fans, cheer coach, this March Madness run a big moment too
LOUISVILLE – Ryan “C.C.” Champeau paraded around the lobby of the Hyatt Regency in downtown Louisville, drawing requests for high-fives and selfie poses every couple of strides. Clad in a furry Tiger costume, the face-painted Princeton University senior from Rumson drove through the night with three fellow students to see Princeton take on Creighton in the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16. They left at 3 a.m. and rolled into the lobby, which was mobbed with jubilant Princeton fans...
TRAGEDY: Petirah of Mrs. Dini Brus A”H
We regret to inform you of the Petirah of Mrs. Dini Brus A”H, who was Niftar early this morning following a lengthy illness. She leaves behind seven Yesomim. The Levaya is scheduled to take place at 10:00 AM at Bais Hatalmud in Brooklyn, followed by a Levaya and Kevurah in Lakewood at approximately 12:00 PM.
Staten Island Ferry to run hourly overnight service on Saturday
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The Department of Transportation (DOT) has announced that the Staten Island Ferry will provide hourly overnight service from Saturday, March 25, at 11 p.m., until Sunday, March 26, at 7 a.m. Boats will depart from the St. George Terminal on the hour and from the Whitehall...
Aberdeen woman who threatened life of 'snitch' in federal drug case pleads guilty
An Aberdeen woman charged with threatening to kill an informant working with federal investigators in a crack cocaine distribution case has admitted her guilt in the crime. Kaitlyn R. Powers, 34, pleaded guilty to one count of retaliating against a witness or informant. She was originally charged with charged with another retaliation count and one count of witness tampering.
VIDEO: Check Out The Hail Now in Lakewood
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A world-class restaurant tour in Asbury Park, NJ
A pretty cool event that’s definitely worth saving the date for is The Asbury Park Restaurant Tour, which will be held Sunday, April 23, from noon to 4 p.m. This is the 10th annual tour with lots of great food emporiums to enjoy and you can sample some small bites at each that will give you a good indication of just how good the food is in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
The very best coffee in Monmouth County, NJ
We live in an area where we are lucky enough to have a Dunkin' or Starbucks within five miles of us in every direction. And I'm not complaining. However, something must be said about local coffee shops and roasters. All of them have unique blends and characters. You can order...
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