And the question is…

  BOSTON…? Frank & Betty Masco of Neptune City answer: It was a very bad act of aggression. What made them do such a thing? And we still don’t know if there are others who helped them. It’s too easy to make a bomb. You can get it off the Internet. The good thing out […]

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Art Supply Company Sponsoring City Artist at International Show

Liquitex, an industry leader in art supplies, plans to sponsor Asbury Park-based aerosol artist Jay Mack at the International Art Materials Association’s conference Arts Materials World 2013 in Minneapolis on May 1 through May 3. A three-day conference, Arts Materials World 2013, welcomes hundreds of retail buyers, manufacturers, importers, publishers and distributors from around the […]

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Benefit to Help Beach Kittens

  ASBURY PARK – The Provincetown Fringe Festival in Asbury Park presents An Evening of Entertainment Extravaganza to benefit the grassroots effort to spay, neuter, feed and find homes for the Asbury Park/Ocean Grove beach kittens. The event takes place Saturday, April 27 at 7:00 p.m. at the Stephen Crane House, 508 Fourth Ave., Asbury […]

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Freeholder Director to Receive Award

  FREEHOLD – Monmouth County Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone will be honored with a Silver Gull Award by the Monmouth-Ocean Development Council for his achievements with tourism. Arnone has spent the last 15 years serving his community through his work as an elected official, serving as councilman, mayor of Neptune City and past president […]

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Stephen Crane House Fund-Raising Begins

  ASBURY PARK – The Asbury Park Historical Society has launched its first-ever Internet fund-raising campaign to help offset costs associated with its proposed acquisition of the historic Stephen Crane House on Fourth Avenue. “We are trying to raise $30,000 within the next six weeks through the online campaign. We will need more money in […]

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Sandy Causes Slow Start for Rentals

  BY DON STINE Summer rentals at the Jersey Shore seem to be off to a slow start this year but local realtors said they remain optimistic that things will pick up once the weather becomes warmer. Richard Davidson, with Remax Shore and Country, has been doing summer rentals since 1986. He said family summer […]

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