Teens Taken to Hospital After Stabbing

  Two juveniles, one a male and one female, were taken to Jersey Shore University Medical Center, where they were treated and released, following an incident at a Fisher Avenue home in Neptune Sat., Nov. 19 at about 10:15 p.m. Police Captain Michael J. McGhee said the male teenager had a superficial slice of skin […]

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Neptune Cops vs Kids Basketball Game

  The Neptune Municipal Alliance, a non-profit organization whose mission is to help prevent alcoholism and drug abuse, presents its 12th annual “Cops vs. Kids” basketball game on Mon., Nov. 14 at 6 p.m. at the Neptune High School Main Gym, 55 Neptune Boulevard. Join the Police Department and students from Neptune High School for […]

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In Neptune: Questions Raised About Arrest

  By DON STINE On Aug. 17 a 21-year-old woman was arrested by Neptune police for possession of drug paraphernalia. A few hours later she was found dead in her jail cell leaving many questions unanswered. Supporters of Help Not Handcuffs showed up at this week’s Neptune Township Committee meeting demanding police accountability for the […]

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Neptune Discusses Lighting for Island

  Street light improvements on Seaview Island, in the Shark River, and Neptune’s participation in such an upgrade was a subject brought up at this week’s Township Committee meeting. Seaview Island residents, who live within two condominium associations, want to upgrade the island’s street light to better match the nautical theme of the island in […]

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Neptune Readies for Mayor’s Ball

  What do a magician, a jazz band, a comedian, DJ, and a photo booth have in common? Neptune Mayor Kevin McMillan has created a unique venue for this year’s charity ball. The mayor and Matt Swartz, owner of Comedy Productions, along with the hard-working ball committee, have developed a fun and engaging evening. Joining […]

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Neptune Official Leaving Post

  By DON STINE Neptune Township Committeeman Randy Bishop will be leaving his post on the governing body Mon., Aug. 22 after 12 years of service to take a job with the county Board of Elections. “Monday will be my last meeting and I will be resigning my position effective at 11:59 p.m.,” he said. […]

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