The Two River Times
7/22 - Fair Haven Police Invite Community to Participate in National Night Out
The borough police will hold its annual Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday, Aug. 5. The program will begin at 5 p.m. at the borough Youth Center, located behind police headquarters, 35 Fisk St., Along with information about crime prevention and children's safety, the program will feature a MONOC air medic unit helicopter, which will land on the ... (more)
Red Bank Green
Sandy Hook: a Haven from Wind and Tide
The Haven takes it to the Hook Wednesday evening as part of a freebie triple-header bill of bands on the beach.
Asbury Park Press
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Lanice Martinez, 11, of Bronx, NY, enjoys the pool during the party. Karen Medlin of Marlboro hosts a pool party for the Monmouth County Fresh Air children and their host families who are visiting the area this week.
After 6 Years Without Increase, Fair Haven Raises Muncipal Taxes
Fair Haven Borough Council adopted an amendment to the previously approved budget that raises municipal tax levy from $5.4 million last year to $5.9 million.
How bad is NJ's infrastructure? Shameful is one word for it
Asphalt, iron and steel all follow the laws of physics, which means the minute they are installed, they begin to degrade.
Sickles School Honors Retiring Teacher, Welcomes New Principal
At the June 25 Fair Haven Board of Education meeting, administration, parents, and students from Viola L. Sickles School honored teacher Lynn Wheeler for her 25 years of teaching service, while also welcoming Cheryl Cuddihy as the new principal for the 2014-2015 school year.
New Jersey Jewish News
Hand in Hand pays tribute to teens
At the Hand in Hand tribute dinner are, from left, Clara Eskwitt, Nancy Roberts, Hannah Stamer, Doug Roberts, Stella Price, Jamie Price, Jordan Hesslein, Joyce Sykoff, Dr. Larry Sykoff, Mike Stamer, and Dr. Noel Delgado.
Sounds At Sunset Summer Annual Concert Series Draws Families, Local Talent
The Sounds At Sunset Summer Concert Series took place Saturday at the Fair Haven Dock, beginning around 7PM and ending two hours later.
VIDEO: 'Rumson: Breaking the Bubble'
Rumson-Fair Haven students and some faculty are asked to respond honestly if they feel they are "living in a bubble" of privilege and safety, and whether they feel prepared to go away to college and succeeding in "the real world."