Ready to Ring In the New Year

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI There are plenty of places to go to celebrate the new year, but for those not interested in heading to the frenzy of Times Square or taking to the Hudson River on a Sea Streak cruise for the the fireworks show, area restaurants are offering special nights of their own […]

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Man Charged with Assault on Police Officer

  Allenhurst police arrested a man Oct. 19 and charged him with assaulting a police officer. Police said at approximately 8 pm, the Allenhurst Police Department received a report of a suspicious person, loitering outside a Main Street business. Upon the officer’s arrival, the subject provided false information, as to his identity, to the officer. Shortly thereafter, […]

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The Greening of the Ocean in Allenhurst

  By RICHARD VIRGILIO What began 72 years ago as a spontaneous birthday celebration continues in Allenhurst as the most popular beach day of the season – the annual dyeing of the ocean green. “My grandfather, Bob Fountain who owned the Bubble Land amusement ride in Asbury Park started the ocean dyeing in 1943 to […]

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Allenhurst Police Hosting Blood Drive

  The Allenhurst Police Department, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, will be sponsoring a blood drive, to be held at the Allenhurst Borough Hall, 125 Corlies Ave. on Mon., June 22 from 1to 6 p.m. Blood donations are usually at their lowest points during the summer months, and sadly, that is often when […]

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Slight Increase in Allenhurst Budget

  Allenhurst property owners will see a half-cent increase in their municipal tax rate under the 2015 budget introduced at this week’s Borough Council meeting. The budget, which increases the tax rate to 51 cents for every $100 of assessed valuation, will have a public hearing on May 12. The total $4,893,776 budget, which has […]

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