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 […]

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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 […]

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2 Men and 15-Year-Old Charged in Shootout

Two men and a juvenile are charged with attempted murder and other offenses following an exchange of gunfire between them in the 300 block of Myrtle Avenue in Neptune at approximately 4:43 p.m., Mon., June 3. No one was injured in the incident, announced Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni. Corey Gibson, 30, of Tinton […]

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Meet and Greet for City Businesses

Do you own a business in Asbury Park? Join the Asbury Park Business Advisory Committee on Tues., June 18 for Asbury Essentials: An Evening in Celebration of Asbury Park Entrepreneurs. The event, a meet and greet, is being held at the city transportation center on Main Street and is free and open to those 21 […]

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Fire Damages City Condominiums

By DON STINE Oily rags left on the exterior patio of a third-floor unit at the Wesley Grove apartments, near the beachfront in Asbury Park, are the main suspect as the cause of a fire that was quickly extinguished by local firefighters Sun., May 26. “The official report says the fire was accidental but we […]

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NJ Media Works Builds Anniversary Video for Coastal Habitat for Humanity

NJ MediaWorks LLC was recently called on to create a 25th Anniversary video for Coastal Habitat for Humanity. The video was presented at the Anniversary Dinner on April 11 at Jumping Brook Country Club in Neptune.  Producer/Director John Kaplow brought in Beth Tancredi (BethTancredi.com) to write a script that portrayed the breadth of programs and […]

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Around City Hall…

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI Asbury Park City Manager Michael Capabianco said an analysis by Community Solar Initiative may help save residents of Boston Way Village money on their electric bills. The state program is designed to help low income housing  residents, who cannot acquire solar on their own, reap the benefits of solar energy. The […]

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