County Provides List of Open Businesses

Freeholder Director Disagrees with Closing Parks The county has compiled a list of more than 750 businesses, including breweries and wineries, which are open and ready to serve the public. To access the list go to www.takeoutinmonmouth.com. The information was released today by Monmouth County Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone and Freeholder Deputy Director Susan […]

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Asbury Park, Neptune Suspend Short Term Rentals

Asbury Park and Neptune have suspended short term rentals, including AirBNB, hotels and motels, in an effort to keep residents and visitors safe during the pandemic. Asbury Park has suspended the rentals until at least the end of April and Neptune has suspended its rentals until at least April 27 when the Township Committee will […]

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Woman’s Death Determined a Suicide

An early morning call reporting an unconscious and bleeding female at a residence on Norwood Avenue in Long Branch April 3 has been determined to be a suicide, said Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni. The postmortem examination of June Chronic-Huhn, 73, conducted determined she died as a result of suicide by a single gunshot […]

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Ocean Grove Historical Society Donates to Hospital

By DON STINE The Ocean Grove Historical Society seems to be an unlikely donator of personal protective equipment to a hospital but that is exactly what happened. Historical Society President Robert Waitt said hundreds of surgical shoe covers were found in the basement of the society’s headquarters at 50 Pitman Ave. He said the shoe […]

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Police to Seasonal Residents: Stay Home!

The Deal police department, which handles police coverage to Interlaken and Loch Arbour in addition to Deal, have asked seasonal residents and their families not to relocate in their service area. In a statement released by police it said, “Together we must fight to save lives and ensure the safety and well-being of our residents, […]

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Staying Home and Getting Rid of All That Stuff

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI As so many businesses are affected by the current coronavirus crisis, others have a special niche that keeps them working. James Mazza of Mazza Recycling, with a location in Neptune, said his business is up and running. “Our main focus is to protect our employees and customers. We collect and process […]

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