Asbury Park Beaches Ready for Season

But Northend Boardwalk Ready Later By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI Asbury Park Mayor John Moor broke the news at the recent City Council meeting that the north end boardwalk will not be rebuilt for the beginning of the summer season. He said, however, that all beaches will be open and accessible with gatekeepers posted. Moor said […]

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New Retail, Apartments Planned in Asbury Park

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI The construction of four new apartments with ground level retail is underway at Fourth Avenue and Main Street in Asbury Park. Developed by Fasano Properties the building will also have nine on-site parking spaces. The four apartments will each have a balcony and dedicated tenant parking in the rear. By giving […]

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Iron Whale Prepares for April Opening

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI The Iron Whale seafood restaurant in the Fifth Avenue pavilion on the Asbury Park boardwalk is preparing its menu and choosing decor for its April opening. Restaurateur Tim McLoone said this will be his company’s 11th restaurant. He also owns Tim McLoone’s Supper Club and The Robinson Ale House both located […]

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Asbury Park Historical Society Holds Membership Meeting and Amusement Park Talk

A presentation on the Jersey Shore’s most famous vacation and recreational destinations will be given at the upcoming annual reorganization meet of the Asbury Park Historical Society on Thursday, Jan. 17. “We will not only hold our annual membership drive and election of trustees but also have a nice presentation on a terrific subject,” APHS […]

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WOMAN CHARGED IN 1992 KILLING OF 12-YEAR OLD GIRL

A woman who formerly resided in Asbury Park has been charged in the 1992 fatal shooting of a 12-year old girl. The woman, now 40 and living in Henderson, North Carolina, has been charged with Aggravated Manslaughter for the killing of Quiana Dees, announced Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni. In the early morning hours […]

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