$7.4 Million Bridge Project on Schedule

  The $7.4 million project to replace the Sunset Avenue Bridge over Deal Lake between Ocean Township and Asbury Park will be taking a significant step forward in the coming weeks. Seventy-two piles are required to support three new piers that will support Sunset Avenue Bridge. Three test piles were driven in March. Weather permitting, […]

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Registration Open for City Summer Camp

  Registration is now underway for children ages 5 to 12 who want to attend the Asbury Park Summer Day Camp Program, which runs from June 29 to Aug. 7. For residents, the cost is $150, plus $50 for each additional child. For non-residents, the fee is $300, plus $150 for each additional child. Registration […]

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City Parking Lot Closed for Upgrade

  By DON STINE The municipal parking lot next to the Asbury Park City Hall will be closed for milling and repaving from Wednesday, May 13 through Wednesday, May 20. “This will be a logistical nightmare but the more we prepare the less of a nightmare it will be- but we will get through it,” […]

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City Students Ready to Walk with Style

  The hot weather is approaching and fashion is changing. For those who like to keep up with the newest trends, Asbury Park High School is here to show you the hottest clothing for summer with a fashion show. Dubbed, “A Taste of Summer,” the APHS students are working to make this their best fashion […]

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Asbury Park Will Limit Parking Permits

  Asbury Park is limiting the number of employees parking passes it will sell for the central business district this year and totally eliminating guest parking passes citywide. “People were buying too many guest passes and it is a luxury we can no longer afford in Asbury Park with our parking crisis,” said Deputy Mayor […]

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Jersey Born Music Festival Rolls Into City in May

  The first-ever Jersey Born Music Festival, featuring performers from the Jersey Shore area, will be held in downtown Asbury Park at the end of May and festival organizers are expecting about 15,000 people. “This tribute to Jersey musicians will celebrate the enormous amount of talent found right here in the Garden State, especially in […]

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