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  1. Congratulations, Two River Area College GraduatesRead the original story

    Sunday | The Two River Times

    Bryant University, Smithfield, Rhode Island: Aileen Elizabeth Pearman , of Rumson, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in business administration in marketing. Champlain College, Burlington, Vermont: Victor Ceriello of Holmdel, Christopher Kondracki of Oceanport, and Michael Taranto of Fair Haven, recently graduated.

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  2. Oceanic Bridge To Open Saturday Night To Monday MorningRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 29 | The Two River Times

    Yes, you heard that right! Barriers on the Oceanic Bridge connecting Rumson and Middletown will be lifted Saturday night through 6 a.m. Monday, as work to repair bearings shifts from the north side to the south side. The bridge has been closed to traffic since Tuesday, and was not expected to re-open until June 12. The county posted a notice on its website Friday about the opening.

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  3. French Market Comes to RumsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 29 | The Two River Times

    The French Market is scheduled to open on July 10, in the 550-square foot space formerly known as Le Bon Panier. French pastries, breads, salads, sandwiches and fresh juice will be available beginning at 6 a.m. The shelves will be stocked with gourmet imported foods for purchase.

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  4. Let's Finalize Bicycle LanesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 29 | The Two River Times

    The Board of Directors of the Eastern Monmouth Area Chambers of Commerce has recently adopted a resolution endorsing the completion of dedicated bicycles lanes linking the towns of Fair Haven, Rumson, Sea Bright, Monmouth Beach, Oceanport, Little Silver, and Red Bank. The Board of EMACC strongly believes that a dedicated bicycle path will be a benefit not only to the overall fitness of the resident, but also to the numerous small businesses in the involved towns.

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  5. From the Editor: The People Make The Two River Area What It IsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 29 | The Two River Times

    I'm constantly being reminded of the people who make The Two River area such a great place to live. I meet them through someone, see them at events, hear from them or went to school with them.

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  6. Monmouth Beach Rebuilds Its LibraryRead the original story

    Friday May 29 | The Two River Times

    Mayor Sue Howard said Tuesday that work to restore the borough's library building, which has been vacant since Sandy, could start within the "next four weeks." The borough has selected a contractor to raise the building as the first part of the restoration and now the process of getting permits has begun, she said.

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  7. Sea Bright Bridge RealignedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 29 | The Two River Times

    County officials are looking to replace County Bridge S-32, which connects Sea Bright to Rumson, over the Shrewsbury River. The bridge was built in 1950.

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  8. Rumson-Fair Haven's Kevin Alter Graduates Naval Academy with AccoladesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 28 | The Two River Times

    Kevin M. Alter, a lifelong resident who led Rumson-Fair Haven High School to its first Shore Conference Tournament Final in 2011, graduated from the Naval Academy on May 22. Alter, 21, is now a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. Better known as "Pookie," Alter was captain of the Naval Academy Basketball team during his senior year.

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  9. How to Enjoy the Water in the Two River AreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | The Two River Times

    Plan an exciting weekend getaway, a romantic date night on the water, or an interesting, inexpensive adventure this summer. Seastreak, a ferry and catamaran service, offers affordable year-round events and cruises for people of all ages.

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  10. In Red Bank, Marine Park's Future To Be Publicly AiredRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Two River Times

    A Rumson resident has offered to donate $500,000 to bring back the clay tennis courts at Marine Park, the Navesink Maritime Heritage Association would build a boathouse and docks and a developer wants to build a multi use recreation area joined with office space. Residents will have the opportunity to express their preference at a special public hearing at 6:30 p.m. May 28 in the auditorium of the middle school, 101 Harding Road.

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  11. Bicycle Lanes at Standstill As Two River Mayors and County Fail to AgreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Two River Times

    Area mayors continue to advocate for a designated bike lane along county roads through much of the Two River area. County freeholders, however, would like the responsibility and cost shouldered by the municipalities.

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  12. Beachgoers Shrug Off Shark Report in Sea BrightRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | The Two River Times

    Beachgoers at a public beach said Wednesday they were not very concerned about encountering Mary Lee, the 16-foot-long, 3,500 pound great white shark, this week was tracked navigating the coastal waters off the coast of Sea Bright. "It doesn't frighten me whatsoever," said Eli Taylor, 27, of Highlands, who was walking his dog on the beach in Sea Bright.

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  13. League of Women Voters Workshop Engaged Young Women To Enter PoliticsRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | The Two River Times

    Aimee Humphreys had worked for five years on the annual Running & Winning Workshop, an event aimed at interesting young women in politics and becoming involved citizens, when she decided "to put her money where her mouth was" and run for the office of Borough Council member in Fair Haven. She won and is now in her first, three-year term on the council.

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  14. A Car-Free LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | The Two River Times

    I opt to live car free in Monmouth County. My reasons are varied - salutary, economic, environmental, recreational, etc.

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  15. Trinity Hall to Build Holistic Campus, Inaugural Gala Raises $10 MillionRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | The Two River Times

    Trinity Hall all girls' high school is moving forward with a plan to build a permanent campus on Chapel Hill Road using cutting edge holistic construction and establishing the school's financial security after raising roughly $10 million in one night at the inaugural gala in late April. Founders of the private school that offers Roman Catholic-based and academic college prep education, operating for nearly two years now at Croydon Hall, said they are pleased with the progress and their plans for the future.

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  16. Rumson-Sea Bright Bridge New AlignmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | The Two River Times

    County officials are looking to replace County Bridge S-32, which connects Sea Bright to Rumson, over the Shrewsbury River. The bridge was built in 1950.

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  17. Citizens Turn Out for Beach SweepRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 30, 2015 | The Two River Times

    Mark Woldseth of Rumson and his 15-year old son Cash scoured the sandy beach for broken glass beer bottles, pieces of plastic, and tiny cigarette butts as part of Clean Ocean Action's annual beach sweep on Saturday. "It's great to really come back and see newer people and young kids like my son helping out," said Mark Woldseth, who has been serving as the local beach captain for two decades.

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  18. Fair Haven Mayor Upset About Cyclists' LanesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 30, 2015 | The Two River Times

    Fair Haven Mayor Benjamin Lucarelli is frustrated over his attempts to get a designated bike path throughout most of the Two River area. Lucarelli has been in discussions with the county Board of Chosen Freeholders-the most recent being on April 22-for his proposal to establish designated bike lanes along county-owned and maintained roadways throughout much of the Two River area.

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  19. Two River Times Editorial: Bike Paths, At What Cost?Read the original story

    Apr 30, 2015 | The Two River Times

    The Board of Chosen Freeholders and Fair Haven Mayor Benjamin Lucarelli seem to be at odds over a bike path throughout most of the Two River area. Mayor Lucarelli is frustrated by what he says is a negative attitude by the county although they seemed supportive of the proposal in the beginning.

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  20. Oceanic Bridge To Close for 3 Weeks Following Memorial DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 30, 2015 | The Two River Times

    RUMSON - The 70-year old Oceanic Bridge, which engineers say is in advanced disrepair, is going to need an estimated $653,650 in additional work and will be closed for three weeks immediately after the Memorial Day weekend. After undergoing repair work and having been closed overnights since earlier this month, the bridge will be closed to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic-but not marine traffic-from Tuesday, May 26 through Tuesday, June 12, according to Laura Kirkpatrick, Monmouth County spokeswoman.

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