City Police Investigate Stabbing

A Sunday afternoon stabbing is still under investigation by Asbury Park police and the victim is recovering from non-life threatening injuries. On Sun., Nov. 17 at about 12:45 pm, an Asbury Park Police officer was alerted to a victim lying in the area of the entrance to the Family Dollar store at 623 Main St. […]

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Asbury Park City Manager Resigns

Asbury Park  City Manager Michael Capabianco has resigned. His final day will be Nov. 30. The City Council confirmed Wednesday that he submitted his resignation. He has served as the city manager since his appointment Oct. 28, 2015. In a statement released Wednesday the mayor and council said, “The entire governing body wishes to recognize […]

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An Evening with Stephen Crane

A famed son of Asbury Park comes home, in an “Evening with Stephen Crane”  Sat., Nov. 16 and Sun., Nov. 17 at the Stephen Crane House in Asbury Park. As a teenager and young adult, he made his home at what was then known as Arbutus Cottage — attending the original Asbury Park High School; […]

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Meeting to Discuss Parking Garage

Asbury Park residents are invited to a Nov. 13 meeting to provide input for a proposed parking garage at the City Hall complex on Main Street. The City Council recently announced plans to construct a new multi-level downtown parking garage, awarding a design contract to Tim Haahs. The design team will include T&M Associates, Clarke […]

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