In Interlaken: $10,000 Grant for Tree Protection

  The Department of Environmental Protection has awarded more than $1.5 million in grants to 32 municipalities across the state including one for Interlaken. The awards, $1,564,000 in total, are being issued by the New Jersey Forest Service’s Urban and Community Forestry program through Community Stewardship Incentive Program (CSIP) grants. These grants are designed to […]

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Deal Lake bridges to open next week

  By DON STINE Two major bridge replacement projects – one between Asbury Park and the Wanamassa section of Ocean Township and one on Main Street between Interlaken and Loch Arbour – should be completed next week and the roads open to traffic. Freeholder Thomas Arnone, liaison to the county Department of Public Works and […]

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Interlaken Railroad Crossing to Close

  The closing of a railroad crossing on Grassmere Avenue in Interlaken will require a road closure and detour according to the Department of Transportation. Two way traffic on Grassmere Avenue will be closed between Main Street and Bridlemere Avenue from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. until Wed. May 25. Grassmere Avenue was closed for […]

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Interlaken Borough Hall Upgrades

  Interlaken’s Borough Hall on Grassmere Avenue will see some improvements this summer using federal Community Development Block Grant money. The borough received an $110,000 CDBG grant that will be used to fund upgrades to bathrooms in Borough Hall and make them handicapped accessible. “We will also be redoing our front counters as well,” Borough […]

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Blue Star Memorial Program in Interlaken

  Interlaken has unveiled a Blue Star By-Way marker, honoring those who have served in the military, at the flagpole at Borough Hall. The Blue Star Memorial Marker program originated with a New Jersey garden club in 1944 that planted approximately 8, 000 dogwood trees along a 5-1/2 mile stretch of highway as a living […]

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In Interlaken: Candidates Running Unopposed

By DON STINE Three incumbent Iinterlaken Borough Council members, including the mayor, are running unopposed in the upcoming Nov. 3 general election. All three are Republicans. Mayor Michael Nohilly is running for a his second four-year term as mayor and incumbents Robert White and Mervin Franks are running for three-year terms. Nohilly previously served a […]

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Main Street Bridge Over Deal Lake to Close

  The Main Street bridge over Deal Lake connecting Loch Arbour and Interlaken will close to all traffic at 7 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 21 and remain closed until May 2016. “Monmouth County is replacing the bridge on Main Street that crosses over Deal Lake,” said Freeholder Thomas A. Arnone, liaison to the Department of […]

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Interlaken GOP Primary Race

  By DON STINE There is a primary race in Interlaken for the mayor’s seat as well as two Borough Council seats. Two mayoral candidates and three Borough Council candidates are seeking the local Republican Party nod in the upcoming June 2 primary to run on the GOP line in the Nov. 3 general election. […]

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