Police Caution Interlaken Residents to Lock Vehicles

Over the past three nights several unlocked vehicles were entered and rummaged through. Please check your exterior cameras around your property for any suspicious activity. This has been occurring over the past week in neighboring towns as well. Please remember to always lock your vehicles and report any suspicious activity to the police immediately. Instructions: […]

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Officials Seek Help in Finding Missing Woman

Law enforcement officials are investigating the cause of a fire that engulfed an Ocean Township home Thurs., Sept. 12 and are seeking the public’s assistance in finding a missing resident from the home. Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said at approximately 7:32 a.m., the Ocean Township Police and Fire Departments responded to a fire […]

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Asbury Park Fall Bazaar to Open

Celebrate local summer, makers, music and art in Asbury Park at the Asbury Park Fall Bazaar happening Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 28 and 29, noon to 5 p.m. at Convention Hall. The Asbury Park Fall Bazaar will feature a curated selection of local and regional vendors selling handcrafted and vintage goods, beach yoga, workshops, kids […]

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Book Signing for Springsteen Book

By DON STINE “Long Walk Home: Reflections on Bruce Springsteen” will be officially released in bookstores on Sept. 23 but a special advance book preview and book signing by some of the authors will be held in Asbury Park on Fri., Sept. 20 Commemorating Springsteen’s 70th birthday, “Long Walk Home” explores his legacy and provides […]

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Luncheon Includes Comedy Show, Bake Sale

The annual luncheon of the Philoptochos Society of the Saint George Greek Orthodox Church of Asbury Park is Sat., Oct. 19. The event, the Society’s largest fund raising event of the year, benefits the society’s charitable works. It is being held at Navesink Country Club in Red Bank. The Philoptochos Society is the women’s organization […]

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3 Men Indicted for Distribution of Child Sexual Abuse Materials

Three men, including an Asbury Park man, were indicted this week charging them with distribution of child sexual abuse materials. The Indictments were returned following unrelated investigations by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, said Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni. John Catalano, 33, of Nottingham Way, Freehold, New Jersey […]

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Neptune OKs Agreement for North End

By DON STINE After being stalled for 11 years, redevelopment at the North End beachfront of Ocean Grove took a big step forward this week when the Neptune Township Committee executed an agreement to have the long-vacant site developed. “This is the first step in the process. It doesn’t end tonight; it begins tonight,” Township […]

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Building Down

Coaster Photo – The building, formerly called the Appleby building at the corner of Main Street and Mattison Avenue in Asbury Park, has been taken down. Renovations to the building had been approved for a new bar restaurant, Mary Mac Libation Station. Owned by John McGillion who also owns Johnny Mac House of Spirits next […]

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5 Charged in Gun-Related Incidents in Asbury Park

Five men responsible for at least one murder and a separate brazen daylight shooting incident in Asbury Park this summer are charged with weapons-related offenses and other serious charges, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said Wednesday. There has been a significant number of gun-related incidents in Asbury Park and Neptune  since the beginning of […]

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In Bradley Beach: 5,000 Attend Lobsterfest

By PETE WALTON Business has been so good of late that the owners of the Bamboo Leaf restaurant on Main Street in Bradley Beach decided to give $2,000 to the borough. Municipal Administrator Kelly Barrett said at this week’s Borough Council meeting that the funds have been deposited in the unanticipated revenues fund. Though Bradley […]

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