Service Planned for Historian

A Service of the Celebration of Life for Wayne T. ‘Ted’ Bell Jr. of Ocean Grove will be held Sat., Oct. 5, at 10 a.m. at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Ocean Grove, followed by coffee and light refreshments. In place of flowers, contributions can be made to one of the following: the Founders […]

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Neptune Search Warrant Nets Drugs, Cash

On Oct. 2 after a one month narcotic distribution investigation, the Neptune Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit executed a search warrant at a residence on the 400 Block of Fisher Ave. Arrested during the warrant was resident Patrick Thompson, 54. Seized during the investigation was less than half an ounce of Heroin and $316 in […]

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Community Members Decry Plans for Pool Club

Fearing a return to segregationist policies of the past, some community members and activists are decrying plans for a pool and beach club in north Asbury Park. The pool club is being marketed as an amenity to the recently developed high-rise condominium complex, The Asbury Ocean Club. These projects are the newest construction by iStar, […]

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Ocean Museum Hosting Annual Tea

This year the tea has a new location: the Woman’s Club of Asbury Park in the Wanamassa section of the township The Township of Ocean Historical Museum will hold it’s “By the Sea” 15th Annual Spring Tea Sat., April 6 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Woman’s Club of Asbury Park in Wanamassa. Seating […]

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Director of Property Improvement Files Lawsuit Against Asbury Park

A lawsuit has been filed earlier today (Feb. 7) in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Monmouth County against the City of Asbury Park, Mayor John Moor and Michael Capabianco, the city of Asbury Park’s Chief Executive and Administrative Official by Robert McKeon, the city’s Director of its Property Improvement and Neighborhood Preservation Department. The […]

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Casino Still Stands, Diminished in Size

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI The Casino on the Asbury Park boardwalk still remains, although a shell of its former self, and basically unchanged since the eastern part of it was demolished in 2006. Beach goers stroll through the walkway into Ocean Grove but the building is nowhere near the way it was in its glory […]

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British Invasion Coming to Asbury Park

By DON STINE A British musical invasion is coming to Asbury Park soon with a Beatles, Bangladesh and Beyond concert scheduled for Feb. 23 and a tribute to The Who being held on March 1. The “Beatles, Bangladesh and Beyond” concert is a celebration of the transcendent musical life of Beatle George Harrison. It will […]

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Knights of Columbus Events

The Knights of Columbus, Council No. 816, Mary Queen of the Knights, Neptune City is holding two upcoming events. On Sat., Feb. 23 at 6:30 p.m. they KOC is hosting an Italian Buffet Night featuring Antonio’s Gourmet. The buffet include garden salad, dinner rolls, baked ziti, stuffed shells, eggplant rollatiini, chicken marsala, chicken parmigiana, tortellini […]

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Asbury Park Rotary Named Parade Grand Marshal

On Sun., March 10 Asbury Park will host its 6th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and with parade day almost here, the committee is putting the finishing touches on this spectacular event. The Rotary Club of Asbury Park will be the official Grand Marshal of this year’s Asbury Park St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The Rotary […]

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