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One of four Q&As with the candidates for two, three-year terms on the Red Bank Borough Council in next weeks election. Kathy Horgan and Sharon Lee, both Democrats, are theContinue reading "RED BANK CANDIDATE: CINDY BURNHAM"
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RED BANK: BURNHAM DISHES AND… OOPS!
RED BANK: Amid debate about proposed puppy mill ordinance, Burnham dishes about Whelan's dating life, and... oops! Never mind!
RED BANK: BURNHAM CASTS FINAL ‘NO’ VOTE
RED BANK: Firebrand Cindy Burnham, often the sole 'no' vote, ends her three-year term on the council with parting words and one last 'no.'
RED BANK: SCAVONE FACT-CHECKS BURNHAM
RED BANK: After Burnham says town needs to "get rid of RiverCenter" to prevent business loss, the agency fires back, challenging her factual assertions.
RED BANK COUNCIL Q&A: BURNHAM
RED BANK: Five candidates, including two incumbents, are on the ballot in next month's council election. Here's where Cindy Burnham stands on the issues.
RED BANK: BURNHAM BEGINS RE-ELECTION BID
Having been denied a return spot on the Republican ticket, Red Bank Council President Cindy Burnham, seen at center right, hosted an open party at her Wallace Street home to kick offContinue reading "RED BANK: BURNHAM BEGINS RE-ELECTION BID"
RED BANK: BURNHAM PLANS NO-TIES PARTY
Council President Cindy Burnham, seen here at her 2014 swearing-in with state Senator Jen Beck at left, plans an independent run for a second term. (Photo by John T. Ward. ClickContinue reading "RED BANK: BURNHAM PLANS NO-TIES PARTY"
RED BANK: BURNHAM “STILL MULLING”
Council President Cindy Burnham, seen here in January with fire police volunteer Carl Colmorgen, says she’ll announce her plans later this week. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge) By JOHNContinue reading "RED BANK: BURNHAM “STILL MULLING”"
RED BANK: GOP DUMPS BURNHAM
Council President Cindy Burnham said she’s undecided whether she’ll seek re-election. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge) By JOHN T. WARD She may have broken the Democrats’ lock on Red BankContinue reading "RED BANK: GOP DUMPS BURNHAM"
RED BANK: BURNHAM BLASTS PARK DELAY
The clay tennis courts at Marine Park as seen last month. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge) By JOHN T. WARD Five months after three proposals were submitted, theContinue reading "RED BANK: BURNHAM BLASTS PARK DELAY"
RED BANK: BURNHAM WINS ZONING CASE
Cindy Burnham with her attorney, Ron Gasiorowski, at Thursday night’s zoning board hearing. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge) By JOHN T. WARD The fix wasn’t in –Continue reading "RED BANK: BURNHAM WINS ZONING CASE"
RED BANK: BURNHAM, RAPCAVAGE ON AGENDA
A proposed market and 20 homes at Red Bank’s five corners, above, returns to the zoning board Thursday night. Councilwoman Cindy Burnham, below, also has an application on the agenda.Continue reading "RED BANK: BURNHAM, RAPCAVAGE ON AGENDA"
RED BANK: BURNHAM REOPENS WATER VALVE
Councilwoman Cindy Burnham, right, listens as Councilwoman Kathy Horgan reads an Environmental Commission resolution that denounced any move to privatize Red Bank’s water utility. (Photo by John T. Ward. ClickContinue reading "RED BANK: BURNHAM REOPENS WATER VALVE"
RED BANK: BURNHAM, NEW CFO TAKE OFFICE
Cindy Burnham recites the oath of office as Red Bank council member as her daughters Emily, Samantha and Kate look on. Below, Tommy Welsh was greeted by Councilman Mike DuPontContinue reading "RED BANK: BURNHAM, NEW CFO TAKE OFFICE"
RED BANK: BURNHAM STILL FIERCE ON COVE
The parking lot at Maple Cove, as viewed from the library property on West Front Street. Below, Councilwoman-elect Cindy Burnham with borough Administrator Stanley Sickels at a recent fire departmentContinue reading "RED BANK: BURNHAM STILL FIERCE ON COVE"
RED BANK: BURNHAM BREAKS DEMS’ ‘HOLD’
Cindy Burnham,left, and Sean Di Somma, right, awaiting returns in a downtown office Tuesday night. Below, incumbent Democrat Kathy Horgan, who won another three-year term. (Click to enlarge) By JOHNContinue reading "RED BANK: BURNHAM BREAKS DEMS’ ‘HOLD’"
BURNHAM TO FIGHT MUNI-COURT RULING
By JOHN T. WARD Waterfront activist Cindy Burnham says she plans to appeal a municipal court ruling that she disturbed the peace earlier this year in an incident at theContinue reading "BURNHAM TO FIGHT MUNI-COURT RULING"
BURNHAM TICKETED FOR COVE TEAR-OUT
Cindy Burnham at Maple Cove in 2008. (Click to enlarge) Controversial Maple Cove activist Cindy Burnham is headed to Red Bank municipal court after being issued a summons for allegedlyContinue reading "BURNHAM TICKETED FOR COVE TEAR-OUT"
BURNHAM: MAPLE COVE MAKEOVER COMING
Cindy Burnham at Maple Cove in April, 2008. By DUSTIN RACIOPPI Is the wrangling over borough-owned land at the river end of Maple Avenue in Red Bank finally over? CindyContinue reading "BURNHAM: MAPLE COVE MAKEOVER COMING"
RED BANK: SUIT FILED OVER GARAGE HEIGHT
RED BANK: A group led by former Councilwoman Cindy Burnham, just four weeks out of office, sues to derail White Street garage plan.
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PUDDLE BE GONE
A work crew was out this week attacking the site of the notoriously persistent puddle at the corner of Broad and Mechanic Streets. This phot ...
SMALLS FOR MAYOR?
We at redbankgreen remain neutral in political affairs and never make endorsements. But we have to say Borough Clerk Laura Reinertsen’ ...
CRASH ON LEIGHTON
The driver of this car was headed north on Leighton Avenue when they it hit an SUV pulling a work trailer headed in south in the opposing la ...
CAR VS STREET SIGN
The driver of this Mercedes hopped the curb and toppled the street sign at the corner of South Pearl and Drs. James Parker Boulevard Wednesd ...
SKETCHES OF RED BANK BY LOCAL ARTIST MICHAEL WHITE
Sketches of Red Bank scenes have been floating around on social media and we thought they deserved some spotlight. First appearing in our fe ...
POLE DOWN
Utility pole falls on English Plaza shop Forge after being struck by SUV shortly before noon. No injuries reported, though 86-year-old drive ...
YO, ADRIAN!
It’s a tough turn for our hero as Rocky Balboa is relegated to the curb for trash pickup on Locust Avenue. We’ll have to go back ...
“EL PALOMO” IS IN THE HOUSE
Jesus Rios, a mariachi singer who performs under the stage name “El Palomo” (The dove) pauses for a moment before entering a bac ...
CROC SPOTTED IN RIVER
Frighteningly hideous and green, a solitary Croc lurked ominously amid the flotsam and foam in the Navesink River alongside the Red Bank Fir ...
KISS ICON REFLECTS ON BROADWALK
A Swarovski crystal-bedazzled self-portrait painting of Paul Stanley, longtime singer and guitarist for the rock band Kiss peers out from a ...
CHISELIN’ AWAY
Marcelo Garcia Lopez works with hammer and chisel on a new feature for his flower garden on Shrewsbury Avenue: a hollow in a carved log in w ...
STORM CLEANUP CONTINUES
  Saturday’s storm sent a tree toppling on this house on Bank Street, damaging the roof. Workers Wednesday could be seen removing ...
SNAPPING IN THE BREEZE
RED BANK: Blustery winds had the flags in Riverside Gardens Park snapping Monday evening.
POWER LINE DOWN
Red Bank firefighters were on scene at Manor Drive dealing with a live power line Monday afternoon. There was no immediate report of fire. T ...
TAR BEACH SOLSTICE
Aldo Quiroz of Ocean Township came ready with his beach chair and found a shady spot to spend his lunch hour in a parking lot off Broad Stre ...
GOING GREY
Workers painting the stone facade of the PNC Bank at the corner of Broad and Harding Thursday morning. An upgrade? Maybe it’s just pri ...
COFFEE & WILDLIFE
RED BANK: The best wildlife show in town can be taken in from a waterfront bench outside the public library, and it's totally free.
FAWNING OVER HER BABY
A mother deer and her fawn were spotted between a row of garages on Hudson Avenue and some trees alongside the Broad Street parking lots. Re ...
EVENING ESCAPE
RED BANK: Sailors in Monmouth Boat Club's weekly racing series found tranquil conditions on the Navesink River Tuesday evening.
PEAK COLOR ON BROAD
RED BANK: A year after they were installed, downtown mini gardens have added to "transformational" improvements, says business owner.