LETTER: Fresh Voices in Neptune

Editor, COASTER: Gary and I have been all over Neptune talking with voters about the serious issues in Neptune. We’ve shared a lot of information and ideas to the voters, in many ways especially via social media. We’ve put a lot out into the public view. That’s what voters deserve. We’re also not afraid of […]

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3 Local Women Honored

Three local women were honored in Trenton at an Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey Evensong Celebrating Older Adults. It was sponsored by the Committee for Ministry with Older Adults on Sept. 28, the Eve of the Feast of St. Michael and All Angels, at Trinity Cathedral in Trenton. The Right Reverend William Hallock Stokes. D.D. […]

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Neptune Search Warrant Nets Drugs, Cash

On Oct. 2 after a one month narcotic distribution investigation, the Neptune Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit executed a search warrant at a residence on the 400 Block of Fisher Ave. Arrested during the warrant was resident Patrick Thompson, 54. Seized during the investigation was less than half an ounce of Heroin and $316 in […]

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Neptune OKs Agreement for North End

By DON STINE After being stalled for 11 years, redevelopment at the North End beachfront of Ocean Grove took a big step forward this week when the Neptune Township Committee executed an agreement to have the long-vacant site developed. “This is the first step in the process. It doesn’t end tonight; it begins tonight,” Township […]

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Open House for Veterans

A veterans Open House is scheduled for Sun., Sept. 8 at the Neptune American Legion Post, 21 Gully Rd., Neptune from 1 to 5 p.m. This open house is for veterans who are currently not members. There will be service officers and representatives from all county posts to answer questions regarding possible VA claims.

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New Bus for Neptune Seniors

By DON STINE Neptune’s senior citizens have a new set of wheels for their senior center – a second-hand bus donated by the Monmouth County Board of Freeholders. “We had a 1994 Blue Bird bus that we have used since 1995. But it has had issues and it’s getting harder and harder to get parts […]

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