Neptune Prepares for Neptune Day

  Neptune is gearing up for its annual Neptune Day event. A rock climbing wall, video gaming truck, an obstacle course, face painting, balloon animals, cold beverages, sausage and pepper sandwiches, funnel cake, craft and food vendors, and more.  It’s all part of Neptune Day, Sat., Sept. 16.. Throw in music and local organizations and vendors […]

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Benefit to Fight Cystic Fibrosis

  A benefit to raise money to fight Cystic Fibrosis is scheduled for Sprengels Sports Bar on Route 33 in Neptune is scheduled for Sat., Aug. 19 beginning at 9 p.m. The event includes food, karaoke with Bubba and Tom, 50/50 raffles and giveaways. It is the official pre-party for CTW Charity Wrestling’s Fight Cystic Fibrosis 3. Tickets […]

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2 Neptune Officials Named to Police Committee

  By DON STINE A new three-member Police Committee will oversee the Neptune police department under an ordinance revised by the Township Committee this week. Deputy Mayor Nicholas Williams and current Police Commissioner Kevin McMillan will be the two members at-large from the governing body. The appointment of the third member is still to be […]

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Neptune Eliminates Police Director Post

  By DON STINE As expected the Neptune Township Committee voted this week to abolish the police director position and create a three-member Police Committee to oversee the police department. An ordinance, approved in a four-to-one vote, eliminates the Police Director position, now held by CFO Michael J. Bascom for the last four years, and […]

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Living Shoreline Encouraged Along Shark River

  By DON STINE Some Neptune residents living near South Riverside Drive in the Shark River Hills section of Neptune may get what they have been asking for- a living shoreline along the Shark River instead of bulkheads. An “armored dune” concept was presented to more than 100 people during a special meeting at the […]

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Landmark Neptune Building Being Demolished

  By DON STINE A landmark Neptune building – once home to one of the most unique manufacturing companies in the United States- is being demolished this week. The S.S. Adams Co. building, pictured, built in 1932 at the intersection of Memorial Drive (then Railroad Avenue) and Seventh Avenue, saw the wrecking ball this week […]

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