Incumbents Sweep Seats in Ocean Township

  By DON STINE The One Ocean Team, headed by Ocean Township Mayor Christopher Siciliano, swept Tuesday’s election for all five seats up for grabs on the Township Council. Siciliano’s team easily defeated the rival Ocean Together Team by more than a two-to-one margin. The Ocean One Team also includes Deputy Mayor William J. Garofalo […]

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Ocean Police Investigate Robbery

  Ocean Township Police are looking for a suspect in the armed robbery of the Route 66 BP gasoline station on Wed., April 29. At about 9:10 p.m., a subject with a handgun robbed the attendant of cash and, then, fled on foot, according to police. Members of the township police, Neptune Police and Monmouth […]

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Ocean Businesses Invited to Roundtable

  Monmouth County Freeholder Thomas A. Arnone is inviting Ocean Township business owners and managers to a Grow Monmouth roundtable at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 5 at the Town Hall at 399 Monmouth Rd. “This roundtable is being done in partnership with the governing body of Ocean Township,” said Arnone, liaison to the County’s […]

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Ocean Residents to See Tax Decrease

  Ocean Township’s municipal tax rate will remain almost the same this year with the average homeowner actually seeing a small decrease in taxes. “The township continues to evaluate the services it provides the taxpayers as we look for innovation ways to provide the same quality services with reducing the associated costs. We are not […]

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Networking Breakfast in Ocean Township

  The Greater Ocean Township Chamber of Commerce will have a Free Networking Breakfast with a 10-Minuite Topic Speaker on Thurs., April 16 at the new showroom of GOTCC Gold Corporate Sponsor Lester Glenn Ford. The event is open to anyone in business however advance online registration is mandatory. The featured speaker at the breakfast […]

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Behind the Badge

  By JOSEPH PANGARO When I first joined the police department I met a lot of different people. There were very energetic people, there were tough guys, there were meek reserved men and there was one regular guy. He wasn’t one of the giant muscle bound types that you might expect to see in uniform. […]

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No Decision on Talmudic Academy in Ocean

  By DON STINE A decision on creating a 96-student residential Talmudic Academy on Logan Road in the Wanamassa section of Ocean Township was not reached at a special meeting Tuesday night so the case is being carried to another hearing. About 150 to 200 people attended the special three-hour Zoning Board of Adjustment meeting […]

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Sharing Ocean Recycling Center

  Four smaller municipalities surrounding Ocean Township will soon be given the opportunity to use the township’s new recycling center at the western end of Sunset Avenue. The newly-opened Ocean Township Recycling Center, near the public works yard, was paid for through a $150,000 Monmouth County Municipal Recycling Services Improvement Grant. Township Administrator Andrew Brannen […]

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