Longtime Little Silver resident Gregory P. White passed away on Sept. 9.Continue reading In Memoriam: Longtime Little Silver Resident, Greg White
Longtime Red Bank resident, Vincent J. Mancino, passed away on Sept. 24 at Jersey Shore University Medical Center after a long illness. He was 93.Continue reading In Memoriam: Longtime Red Bank Resident Vincent Mancino, 93
Thirty-two-year-old Omar Rivera-Rojas (also known as Juan Carlos Rivera-Rojas), and his 20-year-old nephew, Alberto Rojas-Hernandez, both of Lakewood, pleaded guilty on Friday to first-degree aggravated manslaughter charges stemming from a 2019 Howell slaying, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Lori Linskey announced.Continue reading Prosecutor: Uncle & Nephew Plead Guilty to 2019 Murder
Authorities are investigating a Tuesday night shooting in Asbury Park that left three injured, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Lori Linskey announced on Wednesday.Continue reading Prosecutor: Tuesday Night Shooting Leaves Three Injured
He said on multiple occasions, ‘I’m the luckiest man on the planet.’ His family and friends were blessed to have been graced by his presence — luckier than him, by far. We miss Jack so very much, but we celebrate his life well lived, and we will move forward with him in our hearts, while remembering his million watt smile and beautiful blue eyes. ~ family of Jack Lowe Jr.
Rumson-raised Hollis Jackson “Jack” Lowe Jr., of Highlands, passed away peacefully on Sept. 15 in Red Bank, surrounded by loved ones, two days shy of his 80th birthday.Continue reading In Memoriam: Rumson-Raised, Former Sea Bright Resident, Area Sports Reporter, Jack Lowe Jr., 79
It’s that time of the year. It’s football season. And that means it’s also time for the RFH Marching Band to play the field, too.Continue reading Retro RFH Band Marching Times
Sometimes you just have to take a walk on the dock side — or top. And so you do …
Call it a locals’ summer stride. Any time of the year, a stroll on, below or beside the Fair Haven Dock is the most soothing way to go. Ahhhhh …
All steps lead to serendipity at the dock. Somehow, it’s there that the sun always seems to shine, casting tall dream-fetcher shadows that lead the way to goodness in every niche — from crusty little washed-up crustaceans to river rocks, oyster shells and the end of the fishing line.
It’s always in with a high tide of happiness nestled in the smallest of things at the dock — even some seaweed and a dead crab.
Then there are the footprints left behind. Kids’ feet, gulls’ claws, parents’ prints. All signs that all came together, each in his own walk and way, in search of the same sunshine and chase of what’s at the end of the good shadows — the stark peace, a piece of home.
Remember your dock walk and exhale with a smile. Get a glimpse of ours in the photo gallery above (Click on one photo to enlarge and scroll. Enjoy!).
When you’re done with your dock walk, take a look at what’s in store with this week’s locals’ summer weather, according to the National Weather Service. There’s still some sun left to soak up …
— Photos/Elaine Van Develde for R-FH Retro exclusively
A 27-year area police officer has admitted to illegally accessing information from a law-enforcement computer database for personal use, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Lori Linskey announced on Friday.Continue reading Prosecutor: 27-Year Cop Pleads Guilty to Illegal Database Access
It’s that time for firemen in the state of New Jersey — time to gather and go a little wild in Wildwood at the annual NJ Firemen’s Convention.Continue reading Retro Firemen Getting Wild in Wildwood
Sometimes half a high school class just has to take a stand … or a seat … in its football stadium.
In this case, the class, or half of it, was the RFH Class of ’82. And somehow the class ended up all together at the high school’s Borden Stadium as posers rather than sports spectators.
That’s OK. It didn’t matter why they were there or how they ended up in such a collective group pose. What mattered more was that the photo ended up being a classic testament to RFH times decades ago.
First of all, let’s check out the fashion. This was a preppy picture perfect snapshot of those back-in-the-day popular wide-striped rugby shirts, plaid blazers, button down Oxford shirts and crew neck sweaters. The smiles and clowny antics? Oh, that was all RFH spirit and pure joy over taking that stand or seat in their cozy RFH class niche.
Soon there will be games to watch from that stadium for yet another football season. The spectators? They’re forever cheering from the same place for the same place — home turf.
Now, exactly what is this half of a class up to? Can you find the best group photo bomber? There are a couple of doozies in there. We know our favorite. Yours? Your favorite preppy outfit of. the era? Do the stripes get it? How about those sweaters and button downs? Hmmmmm …
There are an awful lot of stripes on these RFH stars! Ponder the take-a-Borden-stand moment of 40 years ago.
The following August criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Red Bank police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.Continue reading Police Report: Theft, Criminal Sexual Contact, Assault, Drug Possession, DWI, Criminal Mischief
A Monmouth County Grand Jury has returned a two-count indictment against the man who in June was found in Atlantic Highlands with the dead body of his former girlfriend in the back seat of his vehicle earlier this year, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Lori Linskey announced on Wednesday.Continue reading Prosecutor: 28-Year-Old Man Indicted on Domestic Violence Murder Charges