Neptune Author Included in Anthology

Gary S. Crawford of Neptune has been named as one of 116 emerging writers and authors worldwide to be included in the “Who’s Who of Emerging Writers 2020,” due for release this summer. Crawford is a historical non-fiction, horror-fantasy, and short story author whose works have appeared in over 20 anthologies, magazine articles, and five […]

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VFW Members Prepare for Their New Post

The VFW Harold Daley Post No.1333 has been an iconic building overlooking Wesley Lake in Asbury Park for more than 100 years. It has a long storied history as an armory and place where soldiers were inducted into the army. For the last several decades it has been a VFW post where members held meetings, […]

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Elks Reognized for Service

The Asbury Park-Wall Elks Lodge 128 was recognized by local officials Sat., June 13 in recognition of the lodge’s continued charitable support in Neptune and the surrounding area. “The lodge does so much for the community and they have certainly stepped up in its response to the Covid19 virus,” state Assemblyman Eric Houghtaling said. Houghtaling […]

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Gopal to Host Community Relations Panel

Sen. Vin Gopal will join Asbury Park and Neptune law enforcement, clergy, elected officials, and community leaders for a Zoom discussion panel on police and community relations and the necessity of law enforcement reform in the wake of George Floyd’s death. This panel is the second in a series of three community panels held throughout […]

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Let’s Keep the Lakes Clean

During this challenging time the  Wesley Lake Commission invites all residents, business owners and visitors to enjoy the natural beauty and recreational activities surrounding our lakes- Deal Lake, Sunset Lake and Wesley Lake. The Wesley Lake Commission, which is comprised of residents and employees from the city of Asbury Park and Neptune, is responsible for […]

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Neptune Police Make Arrest in Car Burglaries

Neptune police arrested a Brooklyn man and charged him with seven counts of burglary in Ocean Grove this month. Police said Officer Matthew Simpson was conducting a follow up investigation into a motor vehicle burglary and fraudulent use of a credit card at the 7-Eleven, 31 South Main Street, Neptune. While doing so, he located […]

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Greeting Card Campaign for First Responders, Healthcare Workers

The Neptune Recreation Department is hosting a new greeting card campaign designed to bring a little cheer to  frontline workers. Families in Neptune Township are encouraged to create homemade cards to help lift the spirits of nurses, doctors, EMT workers, policemen, firefighters and other first responders as they work through the Covid-19 pandemic. Parents are […]

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Neptune Mayor’s Ball is Oct. 17

The new date for the Neptune Mayor’s Charity Ball, which will benefit the Jersey Shore Dream Center, is Oct. 17. Mayor Robert Lane said the 27th annual ball, under the banner “Find a Need and Fill It,” is scheduled to take place at Jumping Brook Country Club. The Dream Center’s mission is to give hope […]

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