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Real Estate Agent Celebrates 37 Years in Business

  Jean Westfall Hones of Jack Green Realty, Ocean Grove, is celebrating 37 years as a realtor associate with 22 of those years in Ocean Grove. Prior to her career in Ocean Grove, she was a realtor in Bergen County. Hones began her real estate career in 1978 and has qualified many times for the Medallion and the President’s Clubs and many times for the New Jersey Association of Realtors Million Dollar Club. A native of West Virginia, she moved to New Jersey with her husband and three children. She is now a widow and says that working in real…

Neptune Raiders Bowling Club Hosts Dinner in Memory of Member

  The Neptune Raiders Bowling Club, founded more than 40 years ago and active in community causes, is sponsoring a dinner Sat., June 6, in memory of member Warren Worthy Sr., who recently died. The dinner will be held 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall, 1515 Corlies Ave. (Route 33). Tickets are $20 each, available through Dave Jenkins, telephone 732-306-6192, or Leamon “Toby” Tatum, 732-768-4333. Worthy died at 63-years-old May 2 with his wife, Gwen Farris-Worthy, at his side. He also was a member of American Legion Post 266, Neptune, and United Fellowship Baptist…

Allenhurst Police Hosting Blood Drive

  The Allenhurst Police Department, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, will be sponsoring a blood drive, to be held at the Allenhurst Borough Hall, 125 Corlies Ave. on Mon., June 22 from 1to 6 p.m. Blood donations are usually at their lowest points during the summer months, and sadly, that is often when they are also needed the most. Donating blood takes very little time, uses state of the art equipment, and involves highly trained professionals, from the American Red Cross. Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are recommended, as it keeps waiting times to a minimum. A valid…

Residents Take to the Lake to Clean

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI A clean up of Sylvan Lake Sun., May 31, by the lake commission and Friends of Sylvan Lake, yielded 25 large garbage bags of debris. Bradley Boulevard resident Kathy Martin is s member of both the Sylvan Lake Commission and the Friends of Sylvan Lake and said this was the second clean up this year. Martin said in September the Friends of Sylvan Lake, made up of residents living immediately near the lake on the Bradley Beach side, got together to clean up the lake. That event was in addition to the annual spring clean…

Vehicle Wish List Considered in Bradley Beach

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI Department heads in Bradley Beach gave their “wish lists” for new equipment to the governing body at last week’s meeting. The requests for the purchases totals $643,500. The borough is once again participating in the Monmouth County Improvement Authority, or MCIA, program which is a county wide debt financing program. First up was Director of Public Works Richard Bianchi who said he needs two pick up trucks and a new switch-and-go vehicle which allows for five different attachments to be installed for various jobs. The vehicle used now is 17 years old. Bianchi also said…

Wesley Lake Commission Checks for Return of Pond Weeds

  The Wesley Lake Commission is keeping an eye on the pond weed situation in the lake this season to see if herbicides need to be applied to fight the growth of the weeds. “We are in a wait-and-see situation right now,” said Wesley Lake Commission Chairman Michael Brantley. He said that Princeton Hydro, an environmental management and restoration company that is also the environmental consultant to the Deal Lake Commission, will begin to monitor the lake beginning in June to see if the weed problem seems to be coming back. “If so, they will determine when it is the…

Four-Story Building Proposed for Giamano’s Site

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI The owners of Giamano’s Restaurant in Bradley Beach will go before the Planning Board tonight (May 28) for approval to construct a four-story mixed use building that principal Steffan Manno says completely adheres to the town’s current Master Plan. Giamano’s restaurant has been located at the site for 30 years. The project is being developed by Third and Main Association, owned by Manno, whose family has operated the popular restaurant on Main Street for three decades. “We are just trying to bring everyone up to speed on this highly supported project,” Manno said. The project…

Need a Ride? Download Uber on Your Smartphone

  By MELISSA BEVERIDGE Uber, the app that connects riders to drivers, celebrated its first year anniversary at the Jersey Shore over the Memorial Day weekend. Known for its ability to connect a rider with a driver instantly through a smart phone, Uber has been expanding since it’s founding in 2009. “The Jersey Shore was a natural move, especially in the summer,” said Matt Wing, a representative from Uber. “You can easily get where you need to go.” According to Uber’s website, since their founding in 2009, “Uber’s rapidly expanding global presence continues to bring people and their cities closer.”…

Bradley Beach Council Says Yes to Music on Main Street

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI It took two votes, but the Bradley Beach Borough Council this week voted unanimously to continue to allow the summer music series in the parking lot of Giamano’s Restaurant, located at Third and Main Avenues. Mayor Gary Engelstad opened the discussion by reading the results of a resident survey he conducted of surrounding homes. The mayor said of the 30 respondents, 16 were in favor of allowing the live music, with six people saying they don’t want the music at all and four who want the number of music events reduced along with the volume.…

Family Fun Day at Neptune Church

  By DENISE HERSCHEL West Grove United Methodist Church in Neptune is holding it’s second annual Family Fun Day on Saturday, June 6 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Expected to be a part of the afternoon’s festivities are pony rides, face painting, a photo booth, carnival type games and live music by the praise band New Song. Also included is picnic style food such as hamburgers, hot dogs, chips and drinks. In addition, there will be also be wellness screenings for diabetes and blood pressure by Neptune Rehab. All of the activities and food are free with the public…

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