By Greg Kelly
Friday, September 19
- Monmouth County Job Fair (Lincroft) – MORE INFO
- Count Basie 365: Chuck Lambert (Red Bank) – MORE INFO
- Natural Horsemanship Demonstration (Holmdel) – MORE INFO
- Comedy Night & Mini-Gift Auction (Ocean Twp) – MORE INFO
- Dinner with the Boys at NJ Repertory Theatre (Long Branch) – MORE INFO
- The Sound of Music at Count Basie Theatre (Red Bank) – MORE INFO
- The School for Wives at TRT (Red Bank) – MORE INFO
- Gary Puckett, Tommy James & The Shondells at PNC Bank Arts Center (Holmdel) – MORE INFO
- Work: A Series of One Act Plays at The Grange Playhouse (Howell) – MORE INFO
- End of Summer Night Hike (Freehold Twp) – MORE INFO
- Lantern-Lit Seining at Sandy Hook Bay – MORE INFO
- I Ought To Be In Pictures at First Ave Playhouse (Atlantic Highlands) – MORE INFO
Phone scammers are targeting local residents with aggressive phone calls claiming that they are from the IRS and threatening jail if the residents don’t pay immediately, according to a statement by the the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office.
The callers take various approaches to extort money by either demanding that funds be paid immediately or in some cases saying that there is a refund due. Whichever tactic the caller uses, the objective is to trick unsuspecting resident to give over private information.admin | Filed under: Crime, IRS, Monmouth County, Monmouth County Prosecutor | Tags: Christopher J. Gramiccioni, Crime, Fraud, IRS, Jonathan D Larsen, Marc C. LeMieux, Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office, news, Phone scam | No Comments »
The documentary film Shored Up, which examines the collision between coastal development and severe weather in New Jersey and North Carolina, will be shown Sept. 20 at a special screening in Rumson.
The planning advocacy group New Jersey Future, which is working with Sea Bright and Highlands on long-term recovery planning after Hurricane Sandy, is sponsoring the screening with Sea Bright Mayor Dina Long.
At the conclusion of the film, there will be a panel discussion and question-and-answer session featuring the film’s director and several local coastal and environmental scientists.
Join us for Sea Bright’s 1st Annual Touch-A-Truck Extravaganza!
Touch-A-Truck is a fun, family event enjoyed by kids of all ages! Kids will be able to sit in the driver’s seat, take pictures and explore everything inside a real police car. This Thursday, 9/18, Sea Bright Police Chief John Sorrentino and his staff will on hand to demonstrate how to best protect our towns!
You’ll also be in time to meet Sea Bright’s rising culinary star Chef Kyle from DIVE Coastal Bar who will prepare a dish using locally grown fruit and vegetables. Come sample one of Sea Bright’s best new and innovative chefs.
Sea Bright’s Farmers’ Market is held every Thursday from 2 to 7pm, through October and is conveniently located in the municipal parking lot on Ocean Avenue. Participants include Great Road Farm and Krowicki Farms for locally produced and naturally grown fruits and vegetables, PickleLicious for olives and pickles, Holly Jolly Jams for jams and jellies, Neshanic Valley Beekeeprs for locally produced honey, Baker’s Bounty for breads and cakes, Fair Mountain