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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Heroes of the Week

At Coral Harbor Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Neptune City are (left to right)  Latasha Powell C N A, Danny Morrow maintenance,  Ariba Taylor housekeeping, Carolyn Zeh administrator, Mark Stewart LPN, Lisa Green Admissions, Paul Longo social work, Sharayl Pitts LPN unit manager, Erica Browning Central supply, Nicole Signore therapist and Maryellen Berry Marketing

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Neptune City Employees Back in Building

By PETE WALTON Staff members have returned to work at the Neptune City municipal building. I’m excited to have them back,” said Mayor Andrew Wardell on Tuesday, the first day employees worked at the building since the beginning of the coronavirus fight. The mayor said the borough has not set a date for the resumption […]

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Interlaken Welcomes New Councilman

By DON STINE Interlaken resident Michael Delia has been appointed to the Borough Council to take the seat of Council President Robert White, who is moving to Ocean Township. “I am excited. I feel like I can bring a lot of hard work to the table,” Delia said earlier this week. Delia, 41, has lived […]

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Shore Scenes

Top to bottom: Four-year-old twins Luca and Tommy DiGiulio-Soucey of Asbury Park appear to be digging for buried treasure on the Asbury Park beach Sun., May 24.  Their father, Chris, said he and his family plan to go to the beach as much as possible. “I am optimistic for a good summer beach season,” he […]

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Ranney School Welcomes Head Girls Lacrosse Coach

By CHRIS CHRISTOPHER Ranney School athletics director Natalie Gorman has announced the hiring of Rachel Lasda as the Panthers’ head girls lacrosse coach for the 2021 season. “We are thrilled to be adding a coach with Rachel’s experience and expertise to our coaching staff,” Gorman said. “Rachel is a proven winner and is committed to […]

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It’s Show Time in Ocean Township

“The Lion King” is scheduled to be shown on the big screen in Palaia Park May 28. By DON STINE It’s show time next week at Ocean Township’s drive-in where Walt Disney’s “The Lion King” will be shown. The temporary drive-in is being set up in Joe Palaia Park. “The Lion King” will be shown […]

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