Pet Portraits Provide Lasting Memories

Theresa Joseph Trocchia, owner of Artistic Finds in Allenhurst is providing pet owners with a lasting tribute to their beloved pets. Trocchia will sketch or paint a portrait, from a photograph of dogs, cats, or any other animal for a lasting memory. She first sketches the pet in graphite and later will paint it in […]

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Asbury Park Expands Pedestrian Walkways

Starting today (Thurs. July 23) through Labor Day, Mon., Sept. 7 Cookman Avenue in Asbury Park from Emory Street to Bangs Avenue will be closed to through traffic and parking seven days a week to allow for the expansion of dining and retail. In addition, the following will begin today, July 23 and will be […]

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Honoring Those Who Died

Stacy Wiener of Allenhurst, founder of S.A.C.K., Supporting a Community with Kindness, has made a pledge. She plans to donate a total of 820 soap sacks to homeless shelters, food pantries and social service agencies in Monmouth County by Sept.1. That number represents one soap sack for each person who died from COVID-19 in Monmouth […]

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Where’s the Mail?

By ED SALVAS A late arriving birthday card is a minor irritation, but not receiving any mail for two or three days, or frequently getting someone else’s mail and it’s time to call the Post Office. Area residents have been grumbling about the mail for months, maybe years, but the arrival of the Covid-19 Pandemic […]

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Parking Study Ready by Fall

By DON STINE A comprehensive parking study in Ocean Grove is expected to be completed by the fall,  officials said. “Ocean Grove is still saturated with parking this year and the study should be just as viable as if the Covid19 pandemic were not here,” Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association President Michael Badger said earlier […]

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