A blog about living in Aberdeen, New Jersey.

Friday, November 13, 2009

News Updates as of 13 November 2009

  • A Matawan resident turned himself in on an outstanding Verona Municipal Court warrant and was arrested on Thursday 5 November, per North Jersey.com. Verona, NJ is in Essex County and was once part of what was called the Horseneck Tract.
  • One of the six bottles of Lowenbrau beer that Matawan Fire Chief Leroy Smith recovered  from the wreckage of the Hindenburg back in 1937 is expected to bring up to £5000 at auction, according to the Press Association. BTW, the bottle remains unopened.
  • H1N1 vaccinations are available by appointment only and for Matawan Aberdeen Regional School District students pre-K to 12th grade only on Saturday 14 November, according to a flyer at the MARSD website.
  • Joseph Uglialoro, a member of both the Matawan Aberdeen Middle School (MAMS) staff and the Jersey Shore Running Club, finished the NYC Marathon in 4 hours 5 minutes, according to Headlines at the MAMS website. He also competed in the 37th Annual Jersey Shore Half Marathon at Sandy Hook back in October, according to the Cranford Patch. He's been at this awhile. He competed in the George Sheehan 5 Mile Classic back in 2001, according to Cool Running, and the New Jersey Marathon back in 2004 and 2005, according to Best Racing Systems. You're an inspiration, Mr Uglialoro.
  • Matawan Regional High School's marching band finished in 18th place in Chapter X Group 2 competition at the 37th Annual Tournament of Bands Atlantic Coast Championships held on 1 and 8 November in Hershey, Pennsylvania.


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