Red Bank Rotary Gives Back to Red Bank Public Library

My Grandfather and store founder Max M. Prown was an very very early member of the
Red Bank Rotary Club. In addition, 2nd cousin Edward Strauss who worked at Prown's

Public Presentation of Marine Park/Clay Court Space Proposals

The fate of the long dormant & very unsightly Red Bank Clay courts will be discussed
publicly this Thursday, May 28th at 6:30 at the Red Bank Middle School.

The Brothers is Back

Are you a fan of the fancy/dancy, expensive like is the hallmark of downtown Red Bank
where patrons arrive from all over the county and beyond? Not this blue collar boy

Prown Recognized at Brookdale Graduation for Service to Red Bank Youth

I never toot my own horn yet I do think it is okay to share
about a very special recognition I received the other day tied
to the youth of Red Bank.

"Shine A Light" on Free Bike Lighting

Not sure where long time local resident, business owner and community
supporter Dean Ross (Doc Shoppe, Red Bank) got the idea about the huge need
in this area for bike lights.

Ralph "Johnny Jazz" Remembered With His Own Park

Nice little ceremony last night on the corner of Drs. James Parkers Blvd and Shrewsbury
Ave. dedicating the pocket park in the name of Red Bank legend Ralph "Johnny Jazz"

7th Annual Sinatra Tribute - A Holiday Spectacular

Jazz Arts Project, Inc. will present the 7th Annual Sinatra Tribute Gala at the Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank, on December 6, 2013 at 8:00 pm.

Red Bank Community Garden Up and Running

Was out Saturday am at Eastside Park enjoying some tennis with my tennis team
members when I heard in a short distance a voice I knew....Community Advocate
Cindy Burnham.


It was only a week ago that I got my power back. Clearly living in Red Bank we were very
much blessed compared to the devastation about us.

A most painful, powerful Memorial service for an 18 year old Red Bank Youth

Attended the candlelight vigil for Riyadhna Farrow here in Red Bank who tragically lost her
life earlier in the week.