Judge Grants Motion Allowing QSpot to Hold Festival

  A Superior Court judge granted a motion for a preliminary injunction, filed by the QSpot LGBT Community Center in November, to protect the center from eviction while a pending discrimination lawsuit against their landlord, Jersey Shore Arts Center, moves forward Following a hearing April 4 Superior Court Judge Dennis O’Brien granted the motion.   The […]

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City Prepares for Annual Easter Pageant

  Asbury Park is preparing for the 82nd Annual Easter Pageant Parade on Sun., April 16, in the Paramount Theater from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Bring out your most colorful outfits, brightest smiles, and elaborately flowered bonnets to help the city make the 82nd Easter Pageant and Parade another great event.  The pageant begins […]

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Around City Hall…

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI At the last City Council meeting Deputy Mayor Amy Quinn urged residents to try out three new parking meters stationed on Mattison Avenue. The meters are samples of new meters being proposed for the upcoming summer season to replace current meters which customers often find hard to use or in […]

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Chinatown in Asbury

  Lights! Camera! Politics! Film Series presents “Chinatown,”  a  classic story of intrigue, murder and corruption involving municipal water resources in 1930’s Los Angeles. The movie screens at the Stephen Crane House in Asbury Park at 3 p.m. Sat., April 1. Admission is free but donations to the Asbury Park Little League are welcome. The […]

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Trend Toward Decreasing Crime in Neptune

  By DON STINE Neptune has seen a 19.7 percent decrease in reportable crimes since 2015, police officials said during a special presentation at this week’s Township Committee meeting. “The trend is that we have decreasing crime. There is a clear downward trend since 2011. We have outstanding personnel in the police department and they […]

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