New Administrator in Neptune City

  By PETE WALTON Neptune City will have a new borough administrator as of Jan. 1. Henry Underhill is coming over from Hightstown, where he has served as borough administrator since February of 2014. Mayor Bob Brown noted that both Neptune City and Hightstown have small government structures which require multitasking. “He’s going to fit […]

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Neighbors Join Search for Missing Teen

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI         Residents and neighbors of several area beach communities joined the search for missing Neptune City teen Sarah Stern over the weekend.        Stern, 19,  was reported missing Fri., Dec. 2 when a car she had been driving was found abandoned in Belmar on the Route 35 Bridge.        The keys to […]

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In Neptune City: Historical Committee Created

  By DON STINE A newly-formed Neptune City Historical Committee will help keep the borough’s history and records up to date. Created by the Borough Council last week, the five-member committee will look into what actions it can take to record and maintain the history of the borough. Former Police Chief Richard F. Cottrell published […]

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Coffee with a Cop in Neptune City

  On October 7 officers from the Neptune City Police Department and community members will come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee. All community members are invited to attend. The event begins at 4 p.m. at The Neptune City Community Center which is located at 117 […]

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New Neptune City Police Officer

  Alexander J. Parisi was sworn in as a Neptune City probationary patrolman this week. Parisi, of Toms River, successfully passed the Monmouth County Chiefs of Police written and physical examination. More than 100 police officer candidate applications were reviewed by the Command Staff of the Neptune City Police Department. Thirty applicants went before the […]

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Neptune City’s Ted Wardell honored

  Ted Wardell, a former Neptune City councilman and mayor, received the prestigious Lee Veale Award at the New Jersey Conference of Mayors Spring Conference. The award was presented at the organization’s Board of Directors Dinner on Wednesday, April 27. In addition to holding elected office Wardell served the borough as a voluntary first responder […]

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