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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Asbury Park, Neptune Suspend Short Term Rentals

Asbury Park and Neptune have suspended short term rentals, including AirBNB, hotels and motels, in an effort to keep residents and visitors safe during the pandemic. Asbury Park has suspended the rentals until at least the end of April and Neptune has suspended its rentals until at least April 27 when the Township Committee will […]

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Woman’s Death Determined a Suicide

An early morning call reporting an unconscious and bleeding female at a residence on Norwood Avenue in Long Branch April 3 has been determined to be a suicide, said Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni. The postmortem examination of June Chronic-Huhn, 73, conducted determined she died as a result of suicide by a single gunshot […]

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Staying Home and Getting Rid of All That Stuff

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI As so many businesses are affected by the current coronavirus crisis, others have a special niche that keeps them working. James Mazza of Mazza Recycling, with a location in Neptune, said his business is up and running. “Our main focus is to protect our employees and customers. We collect and process […]

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The Time the Music Died

By DON STINE Has the music died in Neptune due to the coronavirus? That’s the question. Delvetto’s Pizzeria and Pub, at 3705 Route 33 in Neptune, had live music playing for customers over the weekend beginning Fri., March 20 but Neptune police said Sunday the music had to stop. “The police gave us an ultimatum: […]

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Home, Rental Inspections Shut Down by City

Real estate professionals and their customers are facing particular challenges as a result of the fight against the coronavirus. Some communities are continuing to provide inspections for home buyers and renters while others are not. And when there’s no inspection, there’s no moving into your new home or new apartment rental. Inspections are required before […]

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Neptune Administrator Responds to Concerns

Neptune Township Administrator Vito Gadaleta answered the following questions asked by The Coaster. 1. Are residents still able to call Town Hall for questions about tax and sewer payments? The township offices are now closed to the public except by appointment. We are working with a reduced staff but calls and e-mails are still a […]

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United Methodist Communities Responds to Coronavirus

United Methodist Communities, with headquarters in Neptune, has acted to address the novel (new) coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Amid this pandemic, the organization continues to work tirelessly and comprehensively to help ensure the health and well-being of residents, clients, and associates. At this time, we have no cases or known exposures of COVID-19 in our […]

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Murder Mystery Event Hosted by Elks

The Asbury Park -Wall Elks Lodge No. 128 if preparing for it’s annual charity event March 7 at the lodge on West Bangs Avenue in Neptune. This year’s theme is “1920’s Murder Mystery at the Speakeasy.” All proceeds for the event will benefit the lodge’s Special Needs Children in the area. These funds are used […]

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