Prosecutor to Conduct Internal Affairs Review of Shooting

  Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said his office will conduct a review and evalution of the performance of the responding officers to last week’s shooting by off-duty Neptune Police Officer Phillip Seidle. Here is Gramiccioni’s statement: “Yesterday morning, I informed the police chiefs of the Asbury Park and Neptune Township Police Departments […]

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Donate a Toy, Get a $20 Voucher

  On Fri., July 3 area residents are asked to bring a new, unwrapped toy to any of the following venues to support the Asbury Park Toy Drive and receive a voucher for $20 to one of several businesses or a discount from businesses. The drive is being organized in partnership wth the Stone Pony […]

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City Footbridge Will Be Replaced

  By DON STINE The historic wooden footbridge over Sunset Lake in Asbury Park, once a trolley bridge, is scheduled to be totally replaced next year after it was seriously damaged during Superstorm Sandy. Christine Ballard, with the city engineering firm of T&M Associates, told city officials recently that the estimated $900,000 project will probably […]

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Tamara Seidle

  By JOSEPH SAPIA and ELLEN CARROLL Tamara Seidle was remembered this week as a wonderful and loving mother, who was very involved with her children and their activities but was never too busy to show her appreciation to others; to thank the choir at Holy Spirit Church in Asbury Park for singing at her […]

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Group Suggests City Legalize Marijuana

  A campaign is underway to make Asbury Park the first city in New Jersey to legalize marijuana. The Help Not Handcuffs campaign is calling on the Mayor and City Council to pass a resolution calling for the legalization of marijuana to avert the harms of prohibition and take responsibility for a nearly ubiquitous black […]

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City School District Chalks Up Almost a $1 Million for Good Behavior

  Faculty and staff at Asbury Park Public Schools have chalked up over $900,000 worth of good behavior. Their energy-efficient practices have earned big savings — and now those good habits are earning the organization national recognition. Asbury Park Public Schools has achieved $967,345 in cost savings in 48 months since forming a strategic alliance […]

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