Online Fundraiser to Help Injured Surfer

A surfing accident on July 4 has left a 27-year-old man paralyzed from the waist down. Aaron Carr, nephew of Asbury Park resident Ruthanne Harrison, has a spinal cord injury and is on a ventilator. “He was thrown off his surfboard and hit the ocean floor head first. He almost drowned and was rushed to […]

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Free Covid Testing in Asbury Park

Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders and The Grunin Foundation have partnered to bring free Covid-19 testing to Asbury Park July 27, Aug. 8 and Aug. 14. No appointment is necessary, simply walk up during the testing times and a health professional will conduct the test. You do not need to be symptomatic to be […]

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Deal Bar & Co Readies for Opening

There will soon be a new area restaurant and bar, and the good news is it has a large outside area for coronavirus-era dining. Once called McGillicuddy’s, the new Deal Lake Bar and Co. will  be serving lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Located on Main Street in Loch Arbour it also fronts on Deal Lake […]

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iStar and Vin Gopal’s Civic Association Offering Grants to Businesses

Asbury Park waterfront Master Developer, iStar, and Sen. Vin Gopal’s Civic Association announced they will team up to support the local Asbury Park business community with micro-grants as they work to overcome the economic hardships caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic. “Asbury Park’s small businesses help to make the city a vibrant and special community, […]

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Former Two Guys Store Getting New Occupant

By ED SALVAS The former Two Guys department store in Neptune City has been vacant for longer than anyone can remember, but it’s about to come back to life with a new owner and new use. Uniserv Advertising Inc.is taking over the 70,000-square-foot building in the Stop and Shop Center on Route 35. Company President […]

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