Preparing for a Summer Unlike Any Other

In our new world where most of us don’t leave home without a mask shore towns are preparing for Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of summer. But it will be unlike any other. Boardwalks have been reopened but in some you must keep to the right and be mindful of social distancing. Police will […]

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Social Distancing for Lifeguards

To prepare for the summer, the Ocean Grove Beach Foundation teamed up with the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association to construct one-person lifeguard stands to adhere to social-distancing requirements on the beach Foundation members included Kirk Cramer (design/construction), Dave Jenkins Sr., Ed Henry, Carl Minnis, Jeff Downing, Bob Borders, Doug Arpert, and Al Komjathy. – […]

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Asbury Park Shooting Investigated

The Monmouth County Prosecutor’s is investigating shots fired May 15 at approximately 10:30 p.m. near the Asbury Park Village housing complex. Police were called the area and located Tykee Mitchell, 26 of Asbury Park, suffering from a gunshot wound.  He was subsequently transported to a local hospital for treatment. The incident is under investigation by […]

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St. Rose High School Profile

By CHRIS CHRISTOPHER The world of sports is caught up in numbers. Statistic after statistic is used to determine the value of an athlete. However, Abby Antognoli’s value runs deeper than numbers. At least that’s how St. Rose High School girls basketball coach Mary Beth Chambers sees it. “She does a lot of work that […]

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Neptune City Municipal Tax Rate to Decrease

By PETE WALTON Neptune City will not increase municipal spending under a new budget introduced this week. Borough Administrator Chris Cherbini said that nearly $5.45 million will be raised through property taxes for municipal purposes under the proposed budget, the same amount as in 2019. “Our assessed property values rose from $607,598,200 in 2019 to […]

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