Retro RFH Track Field Toss-Up

Throwing discus on the field of RFH Track & Field circa 1970s
Photo/George Day

Look … up in the sky … It’s a bird. It’s a flying saucer. It’s a shot put. It’s a discus. And it’s RFH’s Tom Campbell giving it a good airborne throw on the RFH field of RFH Boys Track & Field of the late 1970s.

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DWI Checkpoint Set for Friday Night

Summer has not yet arrived, but DWI checkpoints are making their seasonal comeback on Friday.

The first in Monmouth County will be held starting on Friday night through early Saturday morning in Neptune Township, the Monmouth County DWI Task Force announced.

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In Memoriam: U.S. Navy Vet, RBC ’73 Grad, Tom ‘TJ’ Philburn

Former captain with the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Navy veteran and Red Bank Catholic High School graduate, Thomas Joseph Philburn, known as Tom, TJ, dad, uncle, brother, Captain, and Poppop, passed away on May 9.

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RFH Student-Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

They made it official.

Nineteen Rumson-Fair Haven (RFH) Regional High School student-athletes on May 8 signed Letters of Intent, officially committing to continue their academic and athletic careers at colleges and universities across the country.

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Public Fishes for Reason Native Fair Havenite Tossed from Volunteer Spot

Fair Haven residents and beyond are still fishing for an answer to an unprecedented rogue wave of a Fair Haven governing body decision to knock a volunteer out of a regional committee of his own resurrection designed to protect the Navesink River.

What was dubbed a “slap in the face” turned into some verbal fisticuffs when a wave of riled residents at Monday’s Fair Haven Borough Council meeting turned out to turn the tide of borough business by defending that volunteer, fourth-generation Fair Havenite and boat captain, Brian Rice. It became a full knock-out when the ousting became official with a contentious 3-2 vote with one abstention.

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Prosecutor: Area Youth Soccer Coach Charged with Sexual Abuse of Eight Student-Athletes

An area youth soccer coach has been charged with distributing sexually explicit images to and engaging in sexually explicit conversations with eight of the student-athletes under his supervision, two of whom he also allegedly touched inappropriately, Deputy First Assistant Prosecutor Christopher J. Decker announced on Tuesday.

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Rumson-Sea Bright Bridge Travel Advisory

Rumson-Sea Bright Bridge construction work remains status quo, with a lot of road realignment work on the Rumson side and connecting of the new bridge foundation to the land in Sea Bright continuing. All construction continues this week on the usual 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. schedule though Friday, weather permitting.

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