In Memoriam: Longtime Rumsonite, RFH Grad, First Aid Squad Volunteer, Mary DeVito Nichols, 80

“Mary’s warm smile, kind heart, and dedication to her family and community will be deeply missed by all who knew her.” ~ family of Mary DeVito Nichols

Longtime West Park Rumsonite, former First Aid Squad captain, Mary DeVito Nichols passed away on April 19 in New York City, surrounded by her loving family. She was 80.

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In Memoriam: Red Bank Native, Little Silver Resident and Fire Department Member, Pete Gale, 77

Red Bank native, 50-year Little Silver resident and lifetime Little Silver Fire Department member, Peter “Pete” McKee Gale, died in his Red Bank home on Friday, April 5, following a long period of illness. He was 77.

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Prosecutor: Human Remains Unearthed at Construction Site; ‘No Foul Play’

An initial forensic analysis of human remains discovered during the excavation of a Wall residential construction site in March has indicated that there was no evidence of foul play involved, Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago and Wall Township Police Chief Sean O’Halloran jointly announced today.

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Prosecutor: Area Man Gets 30 Years for Killing Father, Desecrating Remains

An area man has been sentenced to 30 years in state prison for killing his father and then hiding the body in the home the men shared, Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago announced on Friday.  

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Police Report: Burglary, Drugs, Theft, Assault by Auto, DUIs, Unlawful Weapons Possession, Terroristic Threats, Tobacco Sales to Underaged

The following March arrests were reported, without date and place of arrest noted on each, by Middletown police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.

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In Memoriam: Lifetime Rumsonite, Writer, Cyclist, Adventurer, Doug Yorke Jr., 72

The world lost one of its most dedicated laughers with the passing of Douglas Arthur Yorke Jr. on April 11. He died peacefully surrounded by his beloved family while in the outstanding care of the trauma team at Jersey Shore Medical Center.” ~ Loved ones of Doug Yorke Jr. in his obituary

A lifetime Rumsonite, Doug was born to Joanne and Doug Yorke on Aug. 20, 1951 and grew up in Rumson, where he would later raise his three children.

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In Memoriam: Lifetime Red Bank Resident, Terry Gambacorta, 90

Lifetime Red Bank resident, “devoted family woman, proud grandmother and great grandmother,” Theresa “Terry” Gambacorta, passed away with her family and caretakers, Lilly and Jeanne, by her side on Saturday, April 13. She was 90.

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Prosecutor: Area Woman Indicted on Manslaughter and Assault Charges Stemming Crash that Killed 3-Year-Old

A 31-year-old area woman has been indicted on charges in connection with a fatal January three-vehicle crash that claimed the life of a 3-year-old girl and injured others, Monmouth County First Assistant Prosecutor Julia Alonso announced on Friday.

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Prosecutor: Fatal Crash that Killed Motorcyclist Under Investigation

A Tuesday evening crash that resulted in the death of a motorcyclist is under investigation, Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago announced on Thursday.

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