Showroom Hopes to Open Theaters Soon

By ED SALVAS Governor Phil Murphy has announced that movie theaters can reopen along with indoor dining on Fri., Sept. 4, nearly six months after being closed because of the Coronavirus. But that’s easier said than done, according to Mike Sodano, co-owner of the ShowRoom Cinemas in Asbury Park and in Bradley Beach. “Three days […]

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Bradley Beach Extends Beach Season

By PETE WALTON Summer won’t end on Labor Day in Bradley Beach. The Borough Council voted unanimously earlier this week to extend the beach season through the end of September. Beaches will be open seven days a week. Badges will be required on weekends and season badges will continue to be honored. Admission will not […]

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Lower Sewer Fees in Bradley Beach

By PETE WALTON The Bradley Beach Borough Council has adopted an ordinance which lowers sewer charges for property owners. The decrease helps offset a small tax increase for municipal purposes which was previously approved by the council. “The overhauling of the borough’s budgetary processes caused the tax levy to increase for fiscal year 2020, in […]

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Gold Cross Lost in Storm, Then Found

By PETE WALTON While swimming in the ocean recently off Bradley Beach, 15-year-old Nicky Schneider lost his grandmother’s chain and crucifix. Nicky and his mother Terri were devastated. Terri’s father bought the chain while on a trip to Europe for Nicky’s grandmother, who died four years ago. The next day, Tropical Storm Isaias hit. “I […]

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‘Shop Bradley Beach’ Joins Business Community Alliance to Work Together

The Bradley Beach Business Alliance has begun a call to residents to join the alliance and make a difference in their community. During these next several months, the BBBCA will continue to work closely with residents, business and the borough focusing on providing resources  to help navigate a changing world, and bringing back Bradley Beach […]

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Bradley Beach Allows Expanded Dining Areas for Restaurants

In anticipation of the Governor’s lifting of Coronavirus restrictions on restaurants this week, the Bradley Beach Borough Council voted unanimously to support the expanded use of outdoor cafes for restaurants in the borough. Since the existence of some restaurants is at stake, and the livelihoods of restaurant employees at stake as well, the council took […]

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New Priest at Bradley Beach Church

The Episcopal churches of St James of Bradley Beach and St. Michael the Archangel of Wall Township announced the appointment of a new priest, Rev, Dr. James T. Yarsiah,  former Chaplain/Vicar and Assistant professor of Religion and Philosophy at Voorhees College and St. Philips Episcopal Church in Denmark, South Carolina. “Father James,“ as he wishes […]

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