Police to Seasonal Residents: Stay Home!

The Deal police department, which handles police coverage to Interlaken and Loch Arbour in addition to Deal, have asked seasonal residents and their families not to relocate in their service area. In a statement released by police it said, “Together we must fight to save lives and ensure the safety and well-being of our residents, […]

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Allenhurst Police Give Gifts to Children in Vehicles Stopped by Police

The Allenhurst Police Department purchased gifts and wrapped them for children who were passengers in vehicles stopped by officers. Officers purchased more toys than they handed out, and gave the excess toys to The Unterberg Children’s Hospital, at Monmouth Medical Center. “There is no greater gift than to see the expression on a child’s face […]

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DWI Checkpoint in Allenhurst

A checkpoint by the Monmouth County Driving While Intoxicated Task Force is scheduled for 9 p.m. Sat., July 6 through 1 a.m. July 7 along Main Street in Allenhurst. During the stop, officers may discover other offenses for which motor vehicle summonses or criminal charges may be issued. Those with outstanding warrants may also be […]

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Lifeguards Compete in Deal Invitational

Area lifeguards honed their skills at the fourth annual Deal Invitational Life Guard tournament, held July 31 at the Deal Beach, in the Conover Pavilion and Deal Casino bathing facilities. Women and men lifeguards from Monmouth Beach Bath and Tennis Club, Loch Arbour Village, Deal and Ocean Beach Club, Elberon competed in several events to […]

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Allenhurst Police Blotter

  July 14: During the early morning hours, officers stopped a 20-year old Long Branch man for an equipment violation and found he was unlicensed (never having had a license). He was processed and released on 2 summonses, with a pending court date. Ptl Williams was the arresting officer. July 15: After observing a 31-year […]

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Synagogue OK’d for Allenhurst

  By DON STINE An application to convert a single-family home in Allenhurst into a synagogue was approved by the Allenhurst Planning Board last week. The applicants, Ohel Yis’hak Sephardic Synagogue of Allenhurst and Rabbi Moshe Shamah, will now create a synagogue in a single-family house at 108 Allen Ave. The application allows for a […]

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Synagogue Planned for Home in Allenhurst

  By DON STINE An application to convert a single-family home in Allenhurst into a synagogue will have its second hearing before a special meeting of the Planning Board on Wednesday, July 11 at 7:30 p.m. The first hearing on the application was held June 13. The applicants, Ohel Yis’hak Sephardic Synagogue of Allenhurst and […]

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