Assistant City Manager Search is On

Asbury Park is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of assistant city manager. For the last few years Fire Chief Kevin Keddy has served as the assistant city manager. When he was appointed the City Council noted at that time it would be temporary. The assistant city manager serves under the direction of the […]

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Asbury Park Police Ask Residents, Businesses to Partner in Crime Solving

Asbury Park Police Chief David Kelso is asking residents and business owners with surveillance cameras installed to help solve city crime. “The Asbury Park Police Department is committed to utilizing every possible resource to protect our citizens and their property,” Kelso said. The chief said the department has launched a collaborative program and are asking […]

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Bradley Beach, Avon Post Offices Delivering Again

By PETE WALTON After a three-year wait, post offices in Bradley Beach and Avon are once again delivering mail to local residents. “Starting this week, U.S. mail will once again be delivered out of the Avon-by-the-Sea and Bradley Beach post offices, restoring the original delivery process,” U.S. Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) said in a statement […]

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Avon Collects Food for Coast Guard

Avon residents, and their neighbors from surrounding communities answered the call to support local Coast Guardsmen who have been without pay and allowances since the partial Federal Government shutdown began on Dec. 22. The Jersey Shore Chapter of the Chief Petty Officers Association (CPOA) contacted Avon Commissioner Frank Gorman on Jan. 17, and asked for […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Fundraising Events

Two events are being held by the Asbury Park St. Patrick’s Day parade committee leading up to the parade scheduled for March 10. The first event is the Green Dragon Buffet Sun. Feb. 10 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Taka, 660 Cookman Ave. Tickets are $15. The second event is Finnegan’s Wake, Thurs., […]

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