Clearwater Festival on the Move Again

  By JOE SAPIA LONG BRANCH – With this year’s 38th annual New Jersey Friends of Clearwater Environmental Festival, there will be two big changes — location and date. After the last dozen or so years in Asbury Park, the festival — combining environmentalism, food and entertainment — is moving to Long Branch’s Great Lawn, […]

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Plans Unveiled for Bradley Beach Library Upgrade

  By JOANNE PAPAIANNI BRADLEY BEACH – Plans to make the Bradley Beach Public Library ADA compliant were presented once again at a special meeting last week. The library board and the borough have been discussing the issue and presenting designs for more than a decade. Architect Michael J. Mills of Mills and Schnoering Architects, […]

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Governor to Visit Bradley Beach

  BRADLEY BEACH – Gov. Chris Christie is scheduled to visit the Bradley Beach boardwalk Fri., May 24 at 3 p.m. He is expected to stroll the boardwalk from Fourth Avenue to the new Shipwrecked Golf Course. The public is invited to chat and walk with the governor.

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Dog Park Proposed for Sunset Park

By ED SALVAS ASBURY PARK – Asbury Park dog lovers are moving forward with plans for a new dog park where they can gather and exercise their pooches. Their first plan, for a dog park in Library Square Park between Asbury and First Avenues, drew such vehement opposition from neighbors that they gave up on […]

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Neptune City Police Promoted

  By MICHAEL ROGERS NEPTUNE CITY – Three Neptune City police officers were promoted this week at the Borough Council meeting. The three were Matthew Quagliato, Bradley Hindes and Michael Kepler. Quagliato was promoted to lieutenant on the force. Hindes and Kepler were promoted to sergeant. Kepler’s nephew, Sean Robert Kepler, said he was proud […]

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The Question Is…

  What would you do if you won the $600 million lottery? Dave & Kim Mauve, above, with Abbe, Kyle & Delaney in Ocean Grove, would “buy season seats at Yankee Stadium – very good seats. We would support the arts at Days, Nena Productions in Ocean Grove. We’d support Sandy rebuilding efforts. We’d buy […]

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Seabrook Residents Release Book of Original Poetry

  TINTON FALLS – Every Friday morning, two dozen or so residents get together at Seabrook’s Continuing Care Community, known as “The Gardens,” on their senior living 98-acre campus to hear the writings of authors such as Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman. They then listen to their own writings as well. These writers, […]

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Parade Grand Marshall Named in Bradley Beach

  By MICHAEL ROGERS BRADLEY BEACH – George Bachar, a former Bradley Beach Borough Councilman, will be this year’s grand marshall of the Bradley Beach Memorial Day Parade. He is currently a member of the Board of Adjustment. He said he is very excited about being named grand marshall. “I am truly honored and humbled […]

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