Preparing for City Wide Yard Sale

The Asbury Park City Wide Yard Sale is scheduled for Sat., April 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rain date is April 28. As in the past, organizers Connie Breech and Sonja O’Brien are looking for city residents willing to host a yard sale at their home and donate at least 10 percent of […]

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Carousel Award Winners Announced

The 2019 Carousel Awards by the Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce have been announced The awardees will be honored at an event on Fri., May 10 at Convention Hall with cocktails at 6 pm, dinner at 7 pm and dancing to follow. Award winners are: Non-Profit of the Year award: The Asbury Park Music Foundation; […]

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The Center Hosting Bowling Fundraiser

The Center in Asbury Park is hosting its Spring Fling Sun., March 31 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Lanes at Sea Girt. The event offers free bowling and open pool tables. Donations will be accepted for The Center, an outreach and support facility for those with HIV/AIDS. Those who bring a donation will […]

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Ready to Park? Enter Your License Plate Number

Asbury Park continues to improve the parking experience for residents, employees and visitors and recently completed the launch of the new license-plate recognition system to allow for transition to Pay-by-Plate public parking. Parking pay stations were converted to the Pay-by-Plate configuration in mid-February, and now, with the recent conversion of the mobile app (www.asburyparkapp.com), the […]

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Golf Course Reopening for Season in Ocean

The William F. Larkin Golf Course at Colonial Terrace, 1003 Wickapecko Dr., in the Wanamassa section of Ocean Township opens for the season Sat., March 30. This  municipal regulation nine-hole golf course offers more than 2,600 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par 35. Hours are 7 a.m. to dusk, seven days […]

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Cat Killer Sought by Authorities

Law enforcement officials are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the individual responsible for the cruel killing of two cats in Asbury Park this week. Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said a joint investigation by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office SPCA Division and the Asbury Park police department began on Mon., Feb. 18  after […]

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Neptune Moves School Elections to November

By DON STINE Neptune school officials have decided to move the Board of Education elections to November instead of April, when they were traditionally held. Neptune is one of just a small number of municipalities in New Jersey that still held its school board elections in April.  State lawmakers passed legislation in 2012 that allowed […]

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