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News Transcript News Briefs, Dec. 1

The Manalapan Police Department has reported that an armed robbery occurred at a local gas station on Nov. 16.

Deputy Police Chief Leonard Maltese said that at 7:25 p.m., a 57-year-old Keyport resident reported that an unknown man armed with a knife approached an employee of the Lukoil service station, 360 Route 9, Manalapan, and demanded money.

The suspect in the robberty was described as being a white male, between 20 and 30 years old, wearing a black knit hat, a black mask, a black jacket and black pants. The suspect fled from the gas station on foot with $99 in cash proceeds from the robbery, according to police.

Anyone with information regarding the Nov. 16 incident is asked to contact the Manalapan Police Department at 732-446-4300 or Detective Seth Kreizman at 732-446-8371.

Patrolman John Lightbody and Patrolman Everett McNulty handled the report. The incident is pending further investigation.

 

Center Players will present a live radio play, “The Bishop’s Wife,” at Center Playhouse, 35 South St., Freehold Borough, from Dec. 3-12. The script is adapted by Dave McGrath and is based on the 1936 novel of the same name by Robert Nathan.

Dejected by his efforts to raise money to build a cathedral, Bishop Henry Brougham beseeches heaven for guidance and is visited immediately by Dudley, who claims to be an angel, according to a press release.

Henry is skeptical, then annoyed, when Dudley ingratiates himself into the household as his assistant, and worse, wins the attentions of Henry’s long-suffering and kindly wife. When Dudley continues to intervene in Henry’s struggles, the bishop decides to challenge heaven.

As a radio play, the actors will be costumed, but will have scripts in hand. McGrath, who most recently directed “Dial M for Murder” at the playhouse in 2019, will also direct this production.

Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets
are priced from $25 to $28. Visit www.centerplayers.org or call 732-462-9093. All
patrons must wear a mask while inside the playhouse and must show proof of
COVID vaccination or a negative COVID test taken within two days of entering the
theater.

 

Kathy Lo Bue, managing director, Glen Eagle Advisors, and host/sponsor of the Discussion Series (free educational community programming), is inviting community members to join her on Zoom to welcome the holiday season and to celebrate six years of the Discussion Series presentations.

The program includes inspirational messages, prizes, fun and a thank you toast to the series’ loyal supporters, according to a press release. LoBue is looking forward to 2022 with gratitude and anticipation of good things to come – good health, peace and joy.

The Zoom event will take place at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 14. Call 732-866-6660 for a Zoom
meeting link. Participants may let the sponsors know if they would also like them to send an invitation to a family member, friend or colleague so you can share these happy moments together.

 

The Township Committee in Freehold Township has awarded a $243,330 contract to Gavan General Contracting Inc., Lakewood, for a restoration project on the Henderson barn, West Main Street (Route 537). The historic barn is owned by the township.

Committee members took the action during a meeting on Nov. 9. According to a resolution, Gavan General Contracting was awarded the contract as the lowest bidder.

A bid in the amount of $245,000 was submitted by George Koustas Painting and Construction, LLC, West Long Branch.

In other business, the committee members awarded a two-year contract to Zebras R Us for sports officiating services involving the Freehold Township Parks and Recreation’s youth and high school basketball leagues. Zebras R Us will be paid an estimated $37,450 for 2021-22 and an estimated $37,450 for 2022-23, for a total contract amount of $74,900.

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