Meet and Greet for City Businesses

Do you own a business in Asbury Park? Join the Asbury Park Business Advisory Committee on Tues., June 18 for Asbury Essentials: An Evening in Celebration of Asbury Park Entrepreneurs. The event, a meet and greet, is being held at the city transportation center on Main Street and is free and open to those 21 […]

Continue reading

Banner Weekend at the Shore

By JOANNE PAPAIANNI and MATT ENGEL It was all smiles over the Memorial Day holiday weekend as blue skies and warm temps translated into hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue for shore municipalities. In Asbury Park beach revenues more than doubled last year’s with a grand total of $250,000 collected over the three-day period, […]

Continue reading

New Plans Expected for Coca-Cola Plant

By DON STINE The former, long-vacant Coca Cola bottling/distribution plant at the eastern end of the Asbury Park traffic circle in Neptune is expected to be redeveloped in the near future. Neptune Business Administrator Vito Gadaleta recently said that initial plans call for a food store, a convenience store with a gas station, and a […]

Continue reading

Longwood Gardens Bus Trip Planned

The Interlaken Garden Club is sponsoring a bus trip to Longwood Gardens on Wed., June 12 and has several seats available for anyone interested.  The bus will be leaving from the Interlaken Boro Hall, 100 Grasmere Avenue at 8 a.m. During the docent led Longwood Story Tour you will experience the garden legacy of Longwood […]

Continue reading

Fire Damages City Condominiums

By DON STINE Oily rags left on the exterior patio of a third-floor unit at the Wesley Grove apartments, near the beachfront in Asbury Park, are the main suspect as the cause of a fire that was quickly extinguished by local firefighters Sun., May 26. “The official report says the fire was accidental but we […]

Continue reading