New Guest Parking Permits in Asbury Park

Asbury Park has launched a new Guest Parking Permit program to help make parking for visitors easier. Residents in metered parking zones one through four may purchase up to two Guest Parking Permits a day at a discounted rate of $10. Permits may be purchase online at www.thepermitportal.com. For instructions and guidelines, visit www.cityofasburypark.com/guestparking. Residents […]

Continue reading

In Asbury Park: $750,000 Earmarked for LGBTQ-Focused Health Clinic

Several area organizations will receive funding from a $2 million package allotted to Monmouth County community organizations, nonprofits, and programs under the State Legislature’s new proposed budget. Sen. Vin Gopal joined Assembly Members Eric Houghtaling and Joann Downey to announce the funding. “These millions of dollars in investment and supportive services have the power to […]

Continue reading

Remembering a Music Fan

By DON STINE Music is alive and well in Asbury Park but, unfortunately, one of its biggest fans is not! Kerry F. Layton , 70, of Deal who was a regular fixture at the back bar of the Stone Pony for the last 40 years, died on June 7. A special memorial gathering in remembrance […]

Continue reading

Free Concerts Starting Again in Asbury Park

The Asbury Park Music Foundation will once again host free concerts three days a week for the summer. The three series bring different styles of music so there is something for everyone. Music Mondays at Springwood Park has diverse styles including Soul, Funk, R&B, Hip Hop and Jazz. The Asbury Park Live series on Wednesdays […]

Continue reading

Launch Party for African-American Music Project

The Asbury Park African-American Music Project is holding a launch party on Fri., June 21 at the Danny Clinch Transparent Gallery, 201 Fifth Ave. from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Suggested donation is $10. There will be live music, historic photos ad stories of Springwood Avenue. The AMP is a volunteer organization that celebrates the […]

Continue reading

Liquor License Expansion Granted

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI A dispute about the expansion of a liquor license owned by restaurateur Tim McLoone on the Asbury Park boardwalk was settled in Trenton when James Graziano, acting director of the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, decided in favor of McLoone. McLoone’s Supper Club and The Robinson Ale House, both located in […]

Continue reading