Asbury Park Chamber Hosts Transportation Manager at Meeting

  By ED SALVAS     The Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce  kicked off its 2017 Breakfast Series with city Transportation Manager Michael Manzella.      Manzella started in the job in November and discussed his new role as the city’s key person on all things involving transportation – from parking spaces to parking meters, bicycles, parking permits, and […]

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Love Blooms in Bradley Beach

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI Bob and Christine Russo’s romance sounds like one for the movies, and that romance for the past three decades has played out in Bradley Beach and surrounding shore towns. Bob Russo recently recounted that he and Christine have spent almost all of their weekends in the shore area for the […]

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A Day of Music for Neptune Black History Month

  Neptune Township and the Neptune Board of Education are celebrating the 14th Annual Black History Month with an afternoon of song, dance, and poetry. The dynamic, international award-winning Universal African Drum and Dance Ensemble from Camden Sat., Feb. 11. There will also be a reading of original poetry, “Before We Were Slaves”, written exclusively […]

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Tinton Falls Fire Elections

  Fire district tax rates will remain basically unchanged in each of Tinton Falls’ two fire districts under the 2017 budgets being presented to the public. Elections for Boards of Fire Commissioner members and for the budgets will be held Saturday, Feb. 18 with polling hours from 2 to 9 p.m. The $1,529,120 budget for […]

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Obituary: Robert T. Carroll

  Robert T. Carroll, 64, of Shark River Hills, Neptune died at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune Saturday, Feb 4th, after a long battle with cancer.  The eldest son of Robert F. and Doris Carroll, Robert spent his early years in Freehold, NJ. In 1962, his family relocated to Asbury Park, where he […]

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Providing Warmth in Winter

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI Bags of hats, gloves, mittens and scarves hung on the fence outside Our Lady Mt. Carmel School in Asbury Park this week as part of the school’s Community Service Club celebration of Catholic Schools Week. A sign on the fence said “Pplease take one” indicating that the bags were there […]

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