Beware the Snow? Not This Week

  By JOSEPH SAPIA With only a coating at best, Tuesday’s snow event in the Asbury Park area was kind of a bust. “I was all excited this morning,” said Sam Vaccaro Sr. Tuesday afternoon. “Now, I’m disappointed.” Vaccaro owns The Hardware in Asbury Park and was ready to sell snow shovels, snowblowers, de-icing salt, […]

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Neptune Man Dies on Train Tracks

  By JOSEPH SAPIA A Neptune man died when struck by an NJ Transit train Tues., Dec. 3 in Asbury Park. The dead man is Abdul Clackley, 51, of Neptune, said Asbury Park Police Capt. Marshawn Love. The train struck the man in the area of the 6th Avenue train crossing and the Deal Lake […]

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Jay Bernstein: Remembering a Life Cut Short

  Jay Bernstein, a well-known and popular Asbury Park resident and real estate agent, apparently fell to his death Sun., Nov. 24 from outside his ninth-floor penthouse condominium in the Santander, located at Deal Lake Drive and Park Avenue. Asbury Park Police Chief Mark Kinmon said police and other emergency responders arrived at the scene […]

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Asbury Park Couple Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

  Rev. Gil and Grace Caldwell, Asbury Park, New Jersey, will receive the Paul and Paula Murphy Lifetime Achievement Award from the Center for the Church and Global AIDS on Sunday, Dec. 8, at Park Hill United Methodist Church, Denver, Colorado. “This honor recognizes their life-long commitment to human rights,” said Donald Messer, Executive Director […]

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Acting City Manager Named

  By DON STINE Asbury Park Director of Social Services Tony Nuccio will be the acting-City Manager for at least the next two months while the search continues for a permanent replacement and City Council meetings will be temporarily be held on Tuesdays in the near future. City Manager Terence Reidy stepped down effective Oct. […]

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