Decision on Scheinder’s Future on Hold

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI Whether or not Avon’s Schneider’s Restaurant, which was the site of an extensive fire last week, will reopen will not be decided for at least a few more weeks, according to owner John Schneider. Schneider, who owns the restaurant with his mother Theresa, said this week that insurance adjusters have […]

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Preparations for Disaster

  By PETE WALTON Residents of Neptune and Neptune City can find out how their communities are ready for disasters during Preparathon 2017 on Wed., Sept. 20. “This is an opportunity to see the things the towns can do in case of emergencies,” said Neptune City Mayor Bob Brown at a recent Borough Council meeting. As […]

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Neptune City to Paint the Town Pink

  By PETE WALTON Neptune City continues to “Paint the Town Pink” to fight breast cancer. The borough has scheduled a number of events in association with Meridian Health as a reminder to women to get annual mammograms. The month-long campaign started a bit early with an April 30 bocce tournament at Memorial Park. Next […]

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Pit Bull Attacks in Neptune City

  By DON STINE A 22-year-old Neptune City man is being called a hero after he was able to grab and subdue an enraged pit bull March 21 that has already bitten four people, including the man’s aunt. Carl Ganchier was inside his Brighton Arms apartment around 7 a.m. when he heard his 42-year-old aunt, […]

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