In Bradley Beach: Marketing Firm Will Produce Memorial Day Festival

  By PETE WALTON The Bradley Beach Borough Council has approved an arrangement with a Red Bank-based marketing firm to produce the borough’s annual Memorial Day Festival. Harvey Rosenberg, who chairs the committee which oversees the festival, said that the borough’s First Aid Squad has agreed to take over sponsorship of the event. Rosenberg said […]

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Food for Fines in Bradley Beach

  By DENISE HERSCHEL It began in 2011 during the Thanksgiving holiday season and has taken place every year since it’s debut five years ago. It has been welcomed with open arms by library patrons and according to Janet Torsney, Bradley Beach Library Director, the “Food for Fines” program at the library is not only […]

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In Bradley Beach: Mayor Running Unopposed

  By PETE WALTON There will be at least two new members of the Bradley Beach Borough Council next year. Incumbents Norman Goldfarb and Harold Cotler filed on Tuesday to run for re-election in November. Also filing were William Psiuk, Randy Bonnell and John Weber. Two present council members, Thomas Volante and Salvatore Galassetti, decided […]

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Remember the Freedom Train? Bradley Beach Does

  By DON STINE A long-forgotten artifact celebrating the 200th anniversary of our nation has been retrieved from near the NJ Transit railroad tracks in the Bradley Beach/Neptune area and will eventually be taken to Riley Park in Bradley Beach for public display. A large boulder with a commemorative bronze plaque was placed near the […]

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Bradley Beach Synagogue Honors Police Officers

  On Sat., Aug. 20 over 100 congregants of the Congregation Agudath Achim in Bradley Beach took time after services to honor the borough’s police department. Chief Leonard Guida, Lt. Ed Scott and a number of other officers represented the department while Mayor Gary Engelstad and Borough Councilmen Harold Cotler and Norman Goldfarb, a longtime […]

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