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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Palaia Park Opening May 1

The reopening Joe Palaia Park in Ocean Township was postponed and the park will now reopen on Fri., May 1. Originally scheduled to reopen on Friday, April 24 after being closed to the public for about two weeks, township officials had decided to relax rules that were put in place for residents to use the […]

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Sounding the Horn for First Responders

NJ Transit, Amtrak, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority , the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and other regional bus and ferry operators, launched #SoundTheHorn – a coordinated effort to simultaneously sound their vehicle horns at 3 p.m. Thursday, April 16  to honor heroic transportation and other essential workers across the country. As a […]

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Asbury Park Music and Film Festival Postponed

The Asbury Park Music and Film Festival, scheduled for Asbury Park next month has been postponed. Festival organizers are working on rescheduling events for the summer, and all previously purchased tickets will be honored. New dates will be announced in the near future. For those unable to attend, refunds will be available upon announcement of […]

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Synagogue Honors Local Leaders

Congregation Agudath Achim of Bradley Beach, under the leadership of Rabbi Maury Kelman, held its fourth annual Gratitude Day on Sat., Aug. 24, when the synagogue honored the Bradley Beach Police, Fire and First Aid Departments, Mayor Gary Engelstad and Councilmen, along with the Borough  Administration. Rabbi Kelman spoke of the importance of showing gratitude, […]

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