Production Facility Found and Large Amount of Drugs, Cash and Handgun Seized
FREEHOLD, NJ - An intense 8-month investigation by multiple county and local law enforcement agencies dubbed “Operation Family Tides” that focused on addressing the flow of heroin into the Bayshore region culminated with the arrests of 14 people connected to a family-centered heroin distribution ring, announced Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni.
Black & White Photography by Penelope Breen
“2 PROJECTS -DOORWAY OF JANUS/ THE VISUAL ROLE OF SHADOW”
May 30 2015 until July 1 2015
Reception: Sunday, June 7th, 3-5:00 pm
SHREWSBURY, NJ - The Roman God Janus is the God of new beginnings and transitions. He is a guardian of the gates of heaven and the keeper of doors and keys. In ancient times he was depicted by a four-sided archway or as a mirrored reflection, both in sculpture and architecture.
Holmdel, N.J. — The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation will hold a Memorial Day Ceremony Monday, May 25 at 11 a.m. The Vietnam Era Museum and Educational Center will be open to the public free of charge from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Beats out High Technology, Rumson Fair–Haven, Manalapan & Red Bank Regional High Schools
Highlands, NJ - On Saturday, May 2nd, the annual New Jersey Coast-IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Robotics Competition was held at Brookdale Community College. Competing were 15 top high schools for a total of 44 teams from across New Jersey, with Henry Hudson Regional School (HHRS) taking top honors. Their solo team, led by HHRS teacher Ms. Nancy Shaffery, beat out local heavyweights such as High Technology High School, Red Bank Regional, Manalapan High School (8 teams competing) and Rumson-Fair Haven High School (7 teams competing).
- Written by Muriel Smith
- Category: Arts & Culture
PHOTO: Monmouth County Library Director Judy Tolchin, and Programming COordinator Donna Mansfield with Lehigh University Professor and pianist Helen Beedle at Music Muster.
MANALAPAN, NJ - From Irish ballads to Negro spirituals, from Chopin to minstrels, it was all on stage for five hours Saturday as the Monmouth County Library Commission presented the Civil War in Song at the headquarters complex, Symmes Ave.