Monday, February 25, 2013
Both boroughs have booming shopping areas, but what else do our readers want to see?
Shrewsbury and Red Bank are two boroughs known for their stores and restaurants. There's everything from arcades like YesterCades in Red Bank to Trader Joe's in Shrewsbury. However, Patch wants to know if our readers think there is something else they would like to see added to the area. Perhaps another supermarket such as Wegmans or another Asian restaurant? Get creative and post your answers in the comments below.
Thursday, November 1, 2012
With power outages still widespread in Red Bank and Shrewsbury, businesses give it a go anyway.
On the Monmouth Street sidewalk, Charles Adjmi walked back and forth with a hand clutching a dozen or so cell phone chargers raised above his head. With power still out at his Red Bank Wireless shop days after Hurricane Sandy tore a path through New Jersey and with no restoration date being offered by Jersey Central Power and Light, Adjmi thought, why not, let's try to make some money. All throughout Red Bank, businesses were giving it a go Thursday, many of them reopening without power in an effort to return back to normal, well, as close as normal as they can get. With equally powerless residents roaming the downtown looking for a solution to their power problem or simply a way to beat the boredom, local businesses were more than happy …
Sunday, August 5, 2012
The Shrewsbury pet care center is holding olympics for its furry, four-legged friends through Aug. 10.
London isn’t the only town where athletes are bringing home medals this week. Competitors from across the county are bringing home the gold for achievements in hurdles, wrestling, and diving for bones. So says Best Friend Pet Care, a Shrewsbury doggy day care hosting its own version of the Olympics, Shrewsbury Doggy Games, through Aug. 10. Canine athletes, they say, are jumping through hoops to capture gold. We assume literally. "Our doggy day campers love to run, jump and wrestle, so we often hold special events. We thought a Doggy Olympics was a perfect way to celebrate the London Games," Best Friends Manager Sasha Armstrong said in a recent release. "We're having lots of fun. The best thing about canine competition is that dogs really …