Let’s Keep the Lakes Clean

During this challenging time the  Wesley Lake Commission invites all residents, business owners and visitors to enjoy the natural beauty and recreational activities surrounding our lakes- Deal Lake, Sunset Lake and Wesley Lake. The Wesley Lake Commission, which is comprised of residents and employees from the city of Asbury Park and Neptune, is responsible for […]

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Neptune Police Make Arrest in Car Burglaries

Neptune police arrested a Brooklyn man and charged him with seven counts of burglary in Ocean Grove this month. Police said Officer Matthew Simpson was conducting a follow up investigation into a motor vehicle burglary and fraudulent use of a credit card at the 7-Eleven, 31 South Main Street, Neptune. While doing so, he located […]

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Greeting Card Campaign for First Responders, Healthcare Workers

The Neptune Recreation Department is hosting a new greeting card campaign designed to bring a little cheer to  frontline workers. Families in Neptune Township are encouraged to create homemade cards to help lift the spirits of nurses, doctors, EMT workers, policemen, firefighters and other first responders as they work through the Covid-19 pandemic. Parents are […]

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Neptune Mayor’s Ball is Oct. 17

The new date for the Neptune Mayor’s Charity Ball, which will benefit the Jersey Shore Dream Center, is Oct. 17. Mayor Robert Lane said the 27th annual ball, under the banner “Find a Need and Fill It,” is scheduled to take place at Jumping Brook Country Club. The Dream Center’s mission is to give hope […]

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Asbury Park, Neptune Suspend Short Term Rentals

Asbury Park and Neptune have suspended short term rentals, including AirBNB, hotels and motels, in an effort to keep residents and visitors safe during the pandemic. Asbury Park has suspended the rentals until at least the end of April and Neptune has suspended its rentals until at least April 27 when the Township Committee will […]

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Woman’s Death Determined a Suicide

An early morning call reporting an unconscious and bleeding female at a residence on Norwood Avenue in Long Branch April 3 has been determined to be a suicide, said Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni. The postmortem examination of June Chronic-Huhn, 73, conducted determined she died as a result of suicide by a single gunshot […]

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Staying Home and Getting Rid of All That Stuff

By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI As so many businesses are affected by the current coronavirus crisis, others have a special niche that keeps them working. James Mazza of Mazza Recycling, with a location in Neptune, said his business is up and running. “Our main focus is to protect our employees and customers. We collect and process […]

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