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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Denny Laine returns to Asbury Park

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer DENNY LAINE returns to McLoone’s Supper Club on April 5. This Up Close & Personal show will feature the songs and stories of an amazing career in music and beyond. Premier English songwriter and multi –instrumentalist, Denny is best known for his roles as the original guitarist, lead singer […]

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Rocker Workshop in Bradley Beach

The Bradley Beach Historical Society is hosting a community art workshop, Reclaim a Rocker” to decorate vintage rocking chairs on Sun., April 7 from 1 to 4 p.m. It will be held at the Bradley Beach Museum, 719 Main St. and is open to the public. The workshop will produce unique rocking chairs for display […]

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Asbury Park Woman Pleads Guilty to Stabbing

An Asbury Park woman pleaded guilty Fri., March 15 to the 2016 killing of her 23-year-old neighbor. Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said Jennie Cullum, 30, of Asbury Park, pleaded guilty to a charge of first degree Aggravated Manslaughter before Monmouth County Superior Court Judge Vincent N. Falcetano. Cullum faces up to 20 years […]

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Help Keep the Lakes Clean

The Wesley Lake Commission invites all residents, business owners and visitors to enjoy the natural beauty and recreational activities surrounding the city lakes – Deal Lake, Sunset Lake and Wesley Lake. The Wesley Lake Commission, which is comprised of residents and employees from the city of Asbury Park and Neptune, is responsible for the maintenance […]

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Killer of Neptune City Man Remains At-Large

It is nearly one year since a Neptune City man was found shot dead in his car on Route 18 in Colts Neck Township and authorities from the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office and Colts Neck Police are still urging anyone with information to come forward. On April 29, 2018, Colts Neck Police Department fielded a […]

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9 Candidates Running in Ocean Election

By DON STINE Nine candidates will be running for seats on the five-member Ocean Township Council in the upcoming May 14 nonpartisan election. Incumbent Mayor Christopher Siciliano is running a five-candidate “Advocates For Ocean” ticket that also includes incumbent council members Donna Schepiga and John P. Napolitani Sr. The ticket is joined by political newcomers […]

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In Bradley Beach: Work Continues at ShowRoom

By ED SALVAS Mike Sodano, co-owner of the ShowRoom Cinema in Asbury Park and the recently  acquired Beach Cinema in Bradley Beach, said some unexpected problems have delayed plans to open the ShowRoom Cinema Bradley Beach. Sodano and Nancy Sabino acquired the century old theater last November and began renovations when they encountered a leaky […]

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