Steak Bake in Bradley Beach

Nine local volunteer EMS squads will hold a Steak Bake fundraiser Aug. 3 at the Bradley Beach Fire Department, 815 Main Street, Bradley Beach. The 4th annual event, to benefit the squads of the EMS Council of New Jersey’s 1st District, will feature all-you-can-eat steak, salad, French fries, dessert, wine, beer and soda, as well […]

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At Neptune Book Sale You Can Also Purchase Plants, Board Games

By DENISE HERSCHEL Summer is the perfect time to indulge in one’s reading pleasure whether it be fiction, non-fiction or autobiographical. And with additional library patrons visiting the Neptune library during these busy months, the Friends of the Neptune Library are holding their Second Annual Unique Boutique Book Sale. The event is scheduled for Fri., […]

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1 Injured in Neptune Shooting

The Monmouth County Prosecutor’s  Office said one victim was injured in a shooting Sat., July 27 in Neptune at approximately 8 p.m. The Neptune Township Police Department received reports of shots fired at 1222 10th Ave. Approximately 15 to 20 minutes later it was reported that a victim was found at a nearby residence. The […]

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Asbury Park Officials Release Statement

Asbury Park Mayor John Moor and City Council released this statement in reference to  2 shootings overnight between Tues., July 23 and Wed., July 24. “As being reported in the press, we can confirm there were two unrelated shootings in Asbury Park. “While we cannot provide details of the events, we can assure you that […]

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OCEAN GROVE at 150 Part II: The Hotel That Fell Down

By Steven Froias Special to The Coaster Ocean Grove is rightfully celebrated for its quaint Victorian-era architecture. It’s stick-style cottages define the place – so much so that the Grove became a National Historic District in 1975. Another distinguishing feature of Ocean Grove architecture is its numerous hotels, Inns, guest houses and bed & breakfasts. […]

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