Gopal Urges Governor to Help Restaurants

Sen.Vin Gopal has issued a statement asking Gov. Murphy to support immediate assistance to suffering restaurants hurt by the indefinite indoor dining ban. Murphy has postponed the reopening of indoor dining in New Jersey restaurants indefinitely due to COVID-19 concerns: “I can understand why the governor made his decision, even if not every New Jersey […]

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Asbury Park Woman Honored by Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore will honor 10 successful young women, including Lauren Staub of Asbury Park, at the fifth annual Phenomenal Women Under 40 event on Sept. 23 at the organization’s Program Activity Center in Farmingdale. Staub, a former Girl Scout, owns The Party Fairy LLC and volunteers for organizations across New Jersey […]

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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. No appointment is necessary. Those wishing to take the test  simply walk up during the testing times and a health professional will conduct the test. You do not need to be symptomatic to be tested. […]

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Profile of a Lacrosse Player

By CHRIS CHRISTOPHER There will be lacrosse after high school for Dale Alto. Ocean Township High School’s rising senior midfielder has verbally committed to play for the Siena College men’s team. Alto made an unofficial visit to the school’s campus last fall. He liked what he saw. “I fell in love with it,” he said. […]

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4-Year-Old Shot in Asbury Park; Prosecutor Seeks Public’s Help

Monmouth County law enforcement officials are asking for the public’s assistance to bring a shooter, responsible for causing serious injuries to a 4-year-old, to justice. The shooting took place in Asbury Park  Aug.18, 2020, said Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni. At approximately 1:35 p.m. a 4-year-old child was shot while sitting outside the family’s […]

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Election Will Be Primarily by Mail-In Ballots

Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon said the general election will be conducted primarily by mail-in ballots with limited polling locations open for voting on paper provisional ballots only. The announcement was made following changes made Governor Murphy due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Governor’s Executive Order No. 177, all registered and active […]

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