Neptune Police Investigate Stabbing

By DON STINE A 22-year-old male was stabbed in Neptune Sun., Dec. 2 but was treated and released from the hospital the same day. Police said the victim was uncooperative during the investigation and that there were no witnesses to the stabbing. “The was treated and released from the Jersey Shore University Medical Center on […]

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Toy and Coat Give-Away at Kula Cafe

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI Members of the Spring Lake/Brielle Rotary Club gave away, coats, hats, socks and toys at the Kula Cafe in Asbury Park this week. Club president Mary Donovan said this is the fourth year they have held the event. She said club members were familiar with Interfaith Neighbors, which owns the cafe, […]

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Suspect Arrested in Deadly Neptune Shooting

A male suspect has been arrested in connection with the shooting of a 43-year-old Neptune man that occurred on Saturday night Nov. 10. Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said Mark Morrissey, 48 of Asbury Park was arrested on charges of first degree Murder, first degree Felony Murder, first degree Robbery, second degree Possession of […]

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Neptune Shade Tree Group Seeks Members

The Neptune Township Environmental/Shade Tree Commission promotes the conservation and development of the township’s natural resources, and works to educate the public about local conservation programs and the need to protect and conserve the township’s trees and other natural resources. If you are interested in environmental protection and natural resource conservation issues, the Environmental/Shade Tree […]

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City Library Has New Support Group

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI The Asbury Park library, for the first time in a long time, has a Friends of the Library organization. The FOL is being led by acting president Nicole DeGeorge who stepped into the leadership position after two library board members solicited members. The board members, Kerri Martin and Janet Torsney, cannot […]

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Ocean Grove Redevelopment Steps Forward

By DON STINE Redevelopment at the long-neglected North End of Ocean Grove took a step forward this week when Neptune officials approved an official agreement that is expected to eventually result in a comprehensive redevelopment plan. Township Redevelopment Attorney Joseph J. Maraziti, based in Short Hills, stressed that this is not a redevelopment agreement but […]

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