July is Family Month at Ocean Golf Course

July is Family Month at William F. Larkin Golf Course at Colonial Terrace, 1003 Wickapecko Dr., and families are encouraged to enjoy some fun, uninterrupted time together on the golf course this month. To promote the game of golf as a healthy family activity, youth ages seven to 17 golf free every day in July. […]

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Neptune Proposes Meeting About Locked Gates

“We want to work with you to get this issue resolved. We want a very informed decision made.” -Wesley Lake Commission Chairwoman Gail Rosewater By DON STINE Neptune Mayor Carol Rizzo said she hopes to schedule a meeting with Asbury Park officials to discuss the fate of two bridges across Wesley Lake that are locked […]

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Testimony Continues on Boardwalk Beach Club

By MATT ENGEL After three hours the Asbury Park Planning Board meeting was adjourned but the issues regarding iStar’s proposed private beach club were far from settled. At the beginning of the meeting, Chairwoman Barbara Krzak had warned that a vote on the matter was unlikely to happen that night. However, by the time the […]

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New Alert System in Neptune City

By PETE WALTON Borough officials are asking Neptune City residents to go online and sign up for an updated emergency alert system. The Nixle program is already used in Asbury Park and other nearby communities, but is new to Neptune City. As a result, there are going to be some glitches, according to Capt. Keith […]

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New Guest Parking Permits in Asbury Park

Asbury Park has launched a new Guest Parking Permit program to help make parking for visitors easier. Residents in metered parking zones one through four may purchase up to two Guest Parking Permits a day at a discounted rate of $10. Permits may be purchase online at www.thepermitportal.com. For instructions and guidelines, visit www.cityofasburypark.com/guestparking. Residents […]

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New Equipment Planned at Bradley Beach Pay Stations

By PETE WALTON Technical issues forced sunbathers in Bradley Beach to scramble when trying to pay to get onto the beach recently. Borough Administrator Kelly Barrett said Verizon, which provides data service to the borough’s beach pay stations, made an adjustment which caused equipment in some stations to malfunction. Many of those trying to pay […]

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