4 Charged After Burglary Spree

Ocean Township police arrested three Long Branch men and a Tinton Falls man in connection with dozens of car burglaries over the last month. Police said police officers and detectives have been investigating dozens of car burglaries on Rustic Drive and Garden Drive within the Middlebrook apartment complex. On June 14 at approximately 2:30 a.m. […]

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Governor Visits City Boardwalk

Gov.Murphy stopped by the Asbury Park boardwalk near Convention Hall this morning (June 15) to chat with the Today Show’s Savannah Guthrie about the state’s reopening today. Murphy defended his call to allow outside dining ahead of inside dining after a very public dispute with the city’s governing body last week. The city voted to […]

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Council now urges Asbury eateries not to open for indoor dining Mon., June 15

By Steven Froias Guidance on the status of allowing indoor dining in Asbury Park remains fluid on Friday, June 12. Previously, the Asbury Park City Council voted Wednesday evening to allow indoor dining at the city’s eateries. On Friday afternoon, Governor Philip Murphy, in his daily update, said the state, after trying to resolve the […]

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State plans lawsuit

A bold move by the City of Asbury Park to approve indoor dining at its June 10 meeting in contradiction to a directive from Trenton, has lead to a lawsuit being filed by State Attorney General Gurbir Grewal. Before the vote Deputy Mayor Amy Quinn said all state safety guidelines would be followed. Those guidelines […]

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Village Launches New Recycling Program

This spring, Loch Arbour, in partnership with SC Johnson, an industry-leading manufacturer of household consumer brands, launched a pilot program for residential curbside recycling of plastic film, the second such program to launch in New Jersey. This curbside pilot program allows residents to recycle clean and dry plastic grocery bags, plastic storage bags like Ziploc® […]

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