Chamber Breakfast with Senator Beck

  By ED SALVAS The Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce played host to Sen. Jennifer Beck at a recent breakfast meeting held at the VFW Harold Daly Post 1333. Following a buffet breakfast provided by DJ’s Delights, Beck, discussed a number of issues ranging from rental housing to transportation funding, the minimum wage and the […]

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Time for Girl Scout Cookies

  By ED SALVAS The gym at Barack Obama Elementary School in Asbury Park was crowded with young girls ready to start selling Girl Scout Cookies as part of their after school program sponsored by the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore. The girls, in Kindergarden through fifth grade, had been practicing greeting customers and […]

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Asbury Park Chamber Hosts Transportation Manager at Meeting

  By ED SALVAS     The Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce  kicked off its 2017 Breakfast Series with city Transportation Manager Michael Manzella.      Manzella started in the job in November and discussed his new role as the city’s key person on all things involving transportation – from parking spaces to parking meters, bicycles, parking permits, and […]

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Find Accessories for Your Home at Storehouse

  By ED SALVAS The latest addition to the Asbury Park boardwalk is Storehouse, a store for home accessories in the Fourth Avenue Pavilion. It’s not the kind of store you’d expect to find on a shore boardwalk and that’s the whole idea, according to Teeter Sperber, manager of Storehouse and it’s sister business, the […]

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School Chief Will Receive Carousel Award

  By ED SALVAS In the 18-months that Dr. Lamont Repollet has been Superintendent of Schools in Asbury Park, he has overseen the move to a new Administrative Office, launched a series of academic initiatives, created an Early College Academy and designed a new logo for the district, all aimed at changing the long-held perception […]

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