Preparing for a Summer Unlike Any Other

In our new world where most of us don’t leave home without a mask shore towns are preparing for Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of summer. But it will be unlike any other. Boardwalks have been reopened but in some you must keep to the right and be mindful of social distancing. Police will […]

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Bradley Beach Reopens Boardwalk

By PETE WALTON The Bradley Beach boardwalk, which had been closed since March 30 in response to the coronavirus threat, is now open for exercise purposes. The borough’s beaches have remained open. “The promenade and beach are now open to be utilized for exercise purposes only,” reads an announcement posted earlier this week on the […]

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Find Your Favorite Artists at Virtual Celebration

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Bradley Beach Tourism is utilizing its virtual platform to offer even more exposure for emerging artists, especially ones who may have had recently canceled art shows. To support local artists, Bradley Beach Tourism is now offering a virtual art celebration this weekend. It comes after a number of exhibitions […]

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Looking Back in Bradley Beach

The Bradley Beach Historical Society and Museum is hosting its first online Story Hour on Sun., May 17 at 3 p.m. The live program via Zoom features local author and summer resident Bette Blum, who will read the story of Virgil’s from her book entitled “Bradley Beach Treasures: Reflections of the Jersey Shore.” In the […]

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Firefighters to Pick Up Donations

On Sat., April 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Bradley Beach Fire Department will drive through the streets of Bradley Beach, sirens echoing around the neighborhood to pick up food donations for the Bradley Food Pantry. Those wishing to donate should simply place the food items you wish to donate on your front […]

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Home, Rental Inspections Shut Down by City

Real estate professionals and their customers are facing particular challenges as a result of the fight against the coronavirus. Some communities are continuing to provide inspections for home buyers and renters while others are not. And when there’s no inspection, there’s no moving into your new home or new apartment rental. Inspections are required before […]

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Bradley Beach Names New Administrator

By PETE WALTON David G. Brown II is the new borough administrator in Bradley Beach. The Long Branch native is the former administrator in Roselle and most recently served as executive director of the Linden Roselle Sewage Authority. Since January 2018, Brown has worked as the part-time purchasing agent for Bradley Beach. He will continue […]

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