Police would later piece together, the windy conditions of the channel likely pulled David out of his kayak, leaving him to suffer from hypothermia.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Friday, December 7, 2012
The Cranford native, who set off from the end of Little Silver Point Road, had been missing since 2010.
Skeletal remains found in the Shrewsbury River have been identified as a Tinton Falls kayaker who had been missing since 2010, according to multiple news reports. The State Police said the remains have been identified, using dental records, as David Civile, 28. Police say a contractor making dock repairs on Little Silver Point Road in Little Silver on Nov. 28 found the remains. Civile launched his kayak onto the Shrewsbury River on November 17, 2010 off of Howard's Beach, a spit of sand towards the end of Little Silver Point Road. His kayak was found later that evening on an uninhabited island between Rumson and Sea Bright and for days, rescue teams searched the river for the 26-year old Tinton Falls resident who took off that warm …
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Repairs from Hurricane Irene are nearly complete and the 105-year-old club is again ready to welcome visitors.
Nestled alongside the banks of the Rahway River, the Cranford Canoe Club is obviously no stranger to water. But when Hurricane Irene tore through the township in late August of 2011, the same river that has attracted boating enthusiasts to the township for decades, flooded the small building in six feet of water. When the river receded, township officials were able to assess the damage. Floors and walls would need to be replaced, doors would need to be fixed and the bulkhead would have to be rebuilt in order to get the club back in shape and ready for visitors. The club also lost supplies such as food that was stocked in the kitchen in preparation for Labor Day. Historical pictures and other items that decorated the walls were also damaged…