Neptune Clears Way for Possible VFW Sale

By JOANNE PAPAIANNI and DON STINE Neptune officials announced this week that they have decided not to end a reverter clause on the O’Brien-Major VFW Post 2639 property on Route 33. The Harold Daley Post 1333 in Asbury Park, which recently sold its building on Lake Avenue in Asbury Park, has expressed an interest in […]

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Asbury Park Plans to Ban Use of Plastic Bags

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI Following the lead of many other municipalities Asbury Park is planning to ban the use of single use plastic bags in the new year. City Council was expected to introduce an amendment to the Environmental Regulations banning single use plastic bags from retail establishments and street vendors at its  meeting at […]

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Oysterfest a Success Despite Rain

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI The Oystefest in Asbury Park, in it’s 11th year, was a success despite the fact that rainy weather interfered causing organizers to shut it down on Sunday. Friday night and Saturday, however, were so successful they more than made up for the shutdown. According to Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Sylvia Sylvia-Cioffi the event […]

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Asbury Park Election Only Attracts 3 Candidates

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI The Nov. 6 election in Asbury Park features only three candidates, the least number anyone can recall in the last 50 years. Mayor John Moor is running unopposed for his second term as mayor. City Councilman Jesse Kendle is seeking his second term on the council and is being challenged by Felicia Simmons, […]

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Reeve Foundation Donates Adaptive Beach Chairs

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation is hosting an event to celebrate its accessibility initiative partnership with Asbury Park. The event is scheduled for Thur., Aug. 16 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Asbury Festhalle and Biergarten, 527 Lake Ave. The Reeve Foundation was started by actor Christopher […]

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