Pile Driving for New Ocean Grove Boardwalk Begins

  Ocean Grove’s $1.1 million dollar boardwalk reconstruction project is scheduled to begin today (May 29) when Epic Management’s construction crew will begin driving pilings into the sand along a half-mile stretch of beachfront on Ocean Avenue that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. “The new boardwalk is being rebuilt 30 feet west of its former […]

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Bradley Beach Food Pantry Seeks Donations, Volunteers

  By MELISSA BEVERIDGE Linda Curtiss, the director of the Bradley Beach Food Pantry, addressed the Bradley Beach Borough Council this week urging residents and officials to donate whatever they can to the food pantry. “We will accept anything that’s edible,” Curtiss said. The Bradley Beach Food Pantry is the third largest food pantry served […]

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In Neptune City: Library Hosts Open House

  The Neptune City Library will celebrate the beginning of its 90th year of service with an open house Tues.,June 3. The event runs from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the library on the east side of the Municipal Complex, 106 W. Sylvania Ave. Musical entertainment will be provided by Joe Riccardello, compliments of […]

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Pets for Adoption

  Available for adoption at the Associated Humane Society, 2960 Shafto Road, Tinton Falls, NJ are: Associated Humane Society 2960 Shafto Road Tinton Falls, NJ M-F 12-6 Sat-Sun 12-5 www.facebook.com/FoAHSTF www.ahscares.org 732-922-0101

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What are your plans for the summer?

  “What are your plans for the summer?” we asked folks this week. Here’s our favorite answer: “To stay home here in Asbury Park and enjoy every inch of it, as much as possible. Maybe in the middle of the summer we’ll go to Bethany Beach in Delaware, but we can’t stay away from Asbury […]

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Shark River: A Place Where Fish Go to Die

  By DON STINE Residents, politicians and biologists are all saying that if the recent fish kill in the Shark River, estimated at 500,000 fish, isn’t a wake-up call to dredge the river – then what is? “Hopefully this fish kill will be a wakeup call that the river has to be dredged – soon. […]

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Hollywood Comes to Krenkel’s in Neptune

  By DON STINE Hollywood came to Krenkel’s food and convenience store in Neptune Thurs., May 15 when well-known comedian Mike Marino filmed part of a pilot television series there. The half-hour pilot, called “Reconstruction New Jersey,” will be presented to various networks in hopes that it will get picked up. And as far as […]

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Summer at the Shore: Ready, Set, Go

  By JOSEPH SAPIA On Tuesday, Joanne Letson was planting canna flowers and palms at the “Bradley Beach sign” on the oceanfront. Earlier, she had planted marigolds and begonias in the area. Soon, the B-R-A-D-L-E-Y B-E-A-C-H lettering sitting in the flower bed would be getting a coat of white paint. “I go to the beach […]

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