Neptune Black History Month Essay Contest

Neptune is holding an essay contest for Black History Month. Middle and high school students may submit essays about: The Influence of Social Media on Voting; How does social media influence voting, positively and negatively?; or How does social media develop your thoughts on voting? Essays are due Jan. 17. Prepare an essay or other […]

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Oakhurst Fire District 2020 Officers

On New Years Day the annual fire department tradition was implemented at Oakhurst Fire District No. 1 as the swearing in and changing of officers was accomplished  with the assist of the Mayor Chris Siciliano and Council members Deputy Mayor John Napolitani, Councilman Rob Acerra and David Fisher.  Councilwoman Margie Donlon was away on vacation […]

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Allenhurst Police Give Gifts to Children in Vehicles Stopped by Police

The Allenhurst Police Department purchased gifts and wrapped them for children who were passengers in vehicles stopped by officers. Officers purchased more toys than they handed out, and gave the excess toys to The Unterberg Children’s Hospital, at Monmouth Medical Center. “There is no greater gift than to see the expression on a child’s face […]

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Bradley Beach Plans Purchase of Church

By PETE WALTON The Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association has agreed to sell the First United Methodist Church building in Bradley Beach to the borough. “I’m very happy to announce that an agreement has been reached for the acquisition of the Methodist Church property on LaReine Avenue from the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association,” Mayor […]

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Ocean Grove Holiday Events

Santa Paws is coming to town, to Ocean Grove that is ,on Dec. 20 from noon to 3 p.m. Pet owners may have their cats and dogs pictured with Santa Claus on the corner of Main Ave. and Pilgrim Pathway. The event will benefit Rescue Ridge animal rescue. Photos are courtesy of Chris “CK” Kavan […]

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