New Parking Fees in Asbury Park

The Asbury Park Parking Committee has released a new rate chart which reduces seasonal parking from three to two seasons and reduces some off peak season fees during the week to 50 cents an hour. Prior there were three seasons, peak, non-peak and winter. Now there are only two, peak and off-peak for the three […]

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Beach Club Meeting in City Jan. 27

Save Asbury’s Waterfront urges residents to attend the Planning Board meeting Mon., Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. at City Hall in Asbury Park. The Board will hear testimony on iStar’s planned beach club. The waterfront preservation group SAW is leading the opposition to iStar’s proposed beach club scheduled to be built east of Ocean Avenue […]

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Bicycle Jumble at Bike Store

The sixth annual Bicycle Jumble, hosted by Second Life Bikes on Main Street in Asbury Park is planned for Sat. Feb. 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event is a flea market for bike lovers. Table reservations are $25 and admission is free. There will be local vendors, along with numerous bike parts […]

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Work on Neptune Bridge to Begin

The replacement of the West Bangs Bridge, located on West Bangs Avenue between Old Corlies Avenue and Route 33, is scheduled to begin this week  and is anticipated to take up to 90 days to complete. “The delay of the work on the West Bangs Bridge has been due to waiting for utility relocation and […]

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Massive Drug Bust After Yearlong Investigation

A yearlong investigation by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics and Criminal Enterprise Unit targeting a large-scale marijuana and THC distribution network operating throughout Monmouth, Ocean, and Bergen counties as well as parts of New York resulted in charges being filed against 24 men and women. One California man remains at-large and is considered a […]

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Recovery Group Holds Plunge

Daytop New Jersey is holding its annual Plunge for Recovery in Asbury Park. The plunge is Sat., Feb. 8 with registration at 11 a.m. in Convention Hall and the plunge at 1 p.m. at the Fourth Avenue Beach. Daytop New Jersey provides affordable treatment to adolescents and adults with addiction and substance use.     It […]

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Tinton Falls Man Sentenced to 19 Years for Crimes Against Special Needs Victim

A Tinton Falls man was sentenced to an aggregate 19 years in a New Jersey State Prison following his October conviction for retaliating against a 63-year old male with special needs. Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said  Luis Vializ, 49, of Tinton Falls, was sentenced by Monmouth County Superior Court Judge Vincent N. Falcetano […]

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