Taborn’s Owner Ready for Her 100th Birthday

  By JOSEPH SAPIA Ann Taborn is lively, in good health, well-groomed, has a strong voice and easily recalls history from decades ago “She reads the New York Times everyday without glasses,” said Tara Fantini Cadet, her great-granddaughter. Taborn does not even wear glasses for distance. All not bad for someone who will turn 100 […]

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Yeshiva Proposed in Wanamassa to House 96 Men

  By DON STINE A proposal to create a Talmudic Academy, which would house college-age students, on Logan Road in Ocean Township has raised concerns from area residents. Yeshiva Gedolah Na’os Yaakov, Inc., based in Lakewood, is seeking approval from the Board of Adjustment to use a former elementary school, at 1515 Logan Rd. in […]

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In Bradley Beach: Reading is a Family Affair

  By DENISE HERSCHEL Since 1994, November has been recognized as “National Family Literacy” month, a united initiative to encourage not only reading in children but prioritizing it as a family affair. As part of the national celebration, Bradley Beach Library is hopping aboard the literacy train with an upcoming event, “Together is Better: Family […]

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