Musical Project to Reduce Hate

By DON STINE A local musician/singer is working on a grassroots musical tract intended to end, or at least, reduce, hatred in societies around the world. “Hatred has become more prominent in society in the last couple of years and this song is really an attempt to say let’s try to do something about it. […]

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Neptune Municipal Taxes to Decrease

By DON STINE The average Neptune property owner will see an almost $40 drop in their 2019 municipal taxes under a budget adopted by the Township Committee this week. “We have worked hard each year to maintain a stable budget,” Township CFO Michael Bascom said during his presentation on the budget. But Bascom warned that […]

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Banners Discussed for Ocean Grove’s 150th Anniversary

By DON STINE Decorating the two main entranceways into Ocean Grove this summer for the historic district’s 150th anniversary is now under review by Neptune officials. Ocean Grove, the historic district noted for its Victorian architecture and Methodist religious significance, is celebrating the 150th anniversary of its founding in 1869, just after the Civil War. […]

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Neptune Municipal Taxes to Decrease

By DON STINE The average Neptune property owner will see an almost $40 drop in their 2019 municipal taxes under a budget introduced by the Township Committee this week. The public hearing on the budget is scheduled for on April 22 when a special presentation will be given. The total $45,056,166 budget, with a $30,231,646 […]

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Migration Enriched the Entire Shore Area

By DON STINE  Migration has a long history and it is still occurring today, and “Black Migrations” was the central theme of Neptune’s 15th annual Black History Celebration Sat., Feb. 16. Neptune Mayor Carol Rizzo said that migration is “an important conversation.” “A number of folks came north during the Great Migration and this led […]

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