By DON STINE Former Asbury Park City Historian Werner Baumgartner was reappointed to his old position on July 8 by City Manager Jack Kelly. “I think Werner has a really good grasp on the history of Asbury Park and those things that were designed by (city founder James A.) Bradley and others for a […]Continue reading
The annual – and historic – Ocean Grove 4th of July Parade may have taken place on Saturday, July 5th due to the bad weather on Friday, July 4th but that didn’t dampen the enthusiasm as seen in these photos. Click on any one to start a slideshow of the parade.
The Annual Bradley Beach Lobster Fest, the biggest fund-raising event of the Bradley Beach Chamber of Commerce, is scheduled for Saturday, July 12, and Sunday, July 13. The event will include more than two dozen local food stands, 100 and craft and specialty booths, children’s rides and live music. A main performer this year […]Continue reading
By DON STINE Every time Ocean Grove resident Shirley Bell looks out her window or sits on her front porch there are many memories – but memories that now only bring back a lot of heartbreak. “I just want to cry sometimes and it is a real heartbreak,” she said Saturday. Bell’s family, the […]Continue reading
A showing of the Beatles’ movie, “A Hard Day’s Night,” and other activities are set for Wed., July 9, to raise funds for Asbury Park’s Hope Academy Charter School’s new music program. The event is from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Showroom Cinema on Cookman Avenue’s 700 block, between Main and Bond streets […]Continue reading
Pictured are family, friends and graduates of the Neptune High School Class of 2014. The graduation ceremony was held on Thursday, June 26, 2014 in the Great Auditorium in the Ocean Grove section of Neptune. COASTER photos. Click on any image to start a slideshow. FOLLOW The Coaster on FACEBOOK here.Continue reading
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By DON STINE Asbury Park Police Chief Mark Kinmon is scheduled to retire Sept. 1, according to a city official. On June 30 City Manager Jack Kelly confirmed that Kinmon will be retiring after 27 years in the police department. He did not say who will replace him. “We have not made that decision yet […]Continue reading
By MELISSA BEVERIDGE Bradley Beach welcomed new police officer Andrew Redmond to the department this week. Mayor Gary Engelstad administered the Oath of Office to Redmond at the Borough Council meeting. In other business, Harvey Rosenberg, speaking for a subcommitte, discussed the current time limitations on parking on Main Street. He said the limitations […]Continue reading
On Sept. 5, 2013, what happened to Deal resident Renee Sutton could happen to anyone – she suffered a heart condition. But what was different was that she was walking on Ocean Avenue in Deal and collapsed into the street. “God was really with me on that day,” she said earlier this week. Sutton, […]Continue reading