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  1. Liquor bill gets key OKRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 19 | Star News Group

    A controversial bill to extend seasonal liquor licenses by two months has survived a key committee test, leaving the fate of the measure - and possibly some local bar owners - in the hands of the full state senate. The bill was approved by the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee on Thursday, Jan. 12 in a 3-2 vote, according to Assemblyman David Rible, a vocal opponent of the bill.

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  2. Fundraiser set for fire victimsRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 19 | Star News Group

    Support for a Sea Girt family whose home was destroyed in a fire last Wednesday is coming from several different efforts, including a Jan. 29 fundraising event in Belmar. Neighbors Joseph and Paul Canterino have been collecting items for Michael White, a retired state trooper, his wife Tricia and their two children, who lost all their possessions, including their beloved dog Badger, in the fire.

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  3. B Street Band exits NJ gala for TrumpRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 19 | Star News Group

    Citing respect for Bruce Springsteen, a critic of President-elect Donald Trump, the B Street Band cancelled plans to perform in Washington DC on Inauguration Day. The Belmar-based group, a Springsteen tribute band, had been slated to appear at the Garden State Gala, a New Jersey-themed Inauguration Day event, as it had done on Inauguration Days in 2009 and 2013.

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  4. Fire destroys Sea Girt homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 12 | Star News Group

    Fire departments from across the area responded when a home at the intersection of Eighth Avenue and Chicago Boulevard became engulfed in flames on Wednesday afternoon. The Sea Girt Fire Department responded at 1:30 p.m. according to Independent Fire Company No.

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  5. Finishing the year with a twilight runRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | Star News Group

    Manasquan's boardwalk was alive with hustle and bustle on New Year's Eve as more than 350 people took part in the 13th annual New Year's Eve Twilight Run. Proceeds from this year's run are to be donated to the Manasquan First Aid Squad and the Manasquan Recreation Department.

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  6. 'Hangover ride' starts in BelmarRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | Star News Group

    The roar of motorcycle engines filled the air in Belmar on New Year's Day as more than 80 riders rolled through in an annual tradition - breaking in the new year on two wheels. The event, jokingly nicknamed the "Hangover Ride," begins at 16th and Ocean avenues in Belmar, continues north through Asbury Park and onto Sandy Hook, where it ends, at Gunnison Beach.

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  7. Seasonal liquor bill is on tapRead the original story

    Dec 22, 2016 | Star News Group

    A controversial bill to extend seasonal liquor licenses by two months was passed by the state Assembly on Monday but still requires Senate approval to reach Gov. Chris Christie's desk. Assembly Bill A1850 would change the starting date for seasonal liquor licenses from May 1 to March 1, adding two extra months to the seasonal term, which ends on Nov. 14. "I think we saw that there's a lot of opposition on the bill by the fact that it only passed with 41 votes," Assemblyman Rible said.

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  8. Irked over UberRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2016 | Star News Group

    The owner of a Belmar-based taxicab company is charging that inadequate regulation of Uber and other ride-sharing start-ups have disdavantaged traditional taxi services. Bob Cioffi, owner of Jersey Shore Taxi, said current laws place restrictions and responsibilities on traditional taxi companies that have not been extended to their newer ride-share competitors.

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  9. Search continues for woman whose car was left in Belmar near Shark RiverRead the original story

    Dec 8, 2016 | Star News Group

    Authorities are still trying to determine the whereabouts of a 19-year-old Neptune City woman who was initially thought to have jumped from the Route 35 bridge into the Shark River early Saturday morning, Dec. 3. The U.S. Coast Guard, along with state, county and local authorities, conducted a search in the Shark River after a 1994 silver four-door Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight, belonging to Sarah Stern of Neptune City, was found abandoned at the bridge at around 2:45 a.m. In a statement issued Wednesday evening, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said, "We are asking everyone to keep an eye out for this young woman and report any possible sightings as soon as possible." According to the statement, Ms.

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  10. Breakfast with the Author: Mich Bennett, "Missing You In Belmar, NJ"Read the original story

    Nov 28, 2016 | Star News Group

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  11. Breakfast with the Author: Mich Bennett, "Missing You In Belmar, NJ"Read the original story

    Nov 27, 2016 | Star News Group

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  12. Avon Pond Turkey Trot to return for its third yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2016 | Star News Group

    On Thanksgiving morning, runners from across the area, and even nationwide, will lace up their running shoes, perhaps don a turkey or pilgrim costume and work up a proper appetite for their Thanksgiving dinner. The third annual Avon Pond Turkey Trot returns to the Avon boardwalk for a festive and light two-and-a-half mile walk/run the morning of Thursday, Nov. 24. The race begins at 8:30 a.m. starting at the Sylvania Avenue badge hut, with race-day registration starting at 7:30 a.m. on the boardwalk.

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  13. Restaurateur Jack Baker, 85, mourned along Jersey ShoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2016 | Star News Group

    From humble beginnings serving a handful of people out of his home on Channel Drive in Point Pleasant Beach, the recently deceased John "Jack" Francis Baker would one day climb the culinary ladder, to the point where he was serving royalty. "Jack was just bigger than life," said Bob Cooper, the current CEOof Chefs International Inc., which operates Jack Baker's Lobster Shanty along with 10 other restaurants across the state, including Anchor Tavern and 9th Ave Pier in Belmar.

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  14. 'Belmar Four' remembered 74 years after their deathsRead the original story

    Nov 17, 2016 | Star News Group

    On a sleepy Sunday night following Veteran's Day, a small group of veterans and their families from Belmar gathered at the Calvary Baptist Church for a solemn memorial service. The crowd of about 20 hardly filled the pews, but the church felt full and warm.

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  15. Fantastically Fun Fotowalk Fundraiser for Belmar Arts CenterRead the original story

    Nov 16, 2016 | Star News Group

    Join Beverly R. and Michael S. Miller of Visions Photographic Workshops and Belmar Arts Center for the opportunity to experience the outdoor sculpture exhibit featuring the Seward Johnson sculptures.

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  16. Liquor bill advancesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2016 | Star News Group

    A bill to extend seasonal liquor licenses by two months will go to the Assembly floor after members of that body's Regulatory Oversight and Reform and Federal Relations Committee approved it in a 3-2 vote on Oct. 27. Bill A1850 - introduced on Jan. 27 - would extend the seasonal liquor license season from May 1 to March 1, adding an extra two months to the season, which ends Nov. 14. According to Assemblyman David Rible [R-30], who was present at the Oct. 27 committee meeting, the bill will need Assembly and Senate approval in order to reach the governor's desk. The extension of seasonal liquor licenses was initially instituted after Superstorm Sandy in 2012 to help business owners recoup profits lost due to the storm.

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  17. GOP shocker in BelmarRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2016 | Star News Group

    Democratic incumbents were jolted by Republican challengers in Tuesday's council election, losing one seat to newcomer Mark Walsifer and hanging on to another by 96 votes. Councilwoman Janis Keown-Blackburn was the clear loser in a field of four candidates for two seats and Council President Brian Magovern held a surprisingly slim lead over Republican Josh Vallario.

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  18. Local comedian fuses media and comedy in new showRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2016 | Star News Group

    Local talent Derek "Derek D" DeAngelis is fusing media and comedy for a one-man comedy show like you've never seen before. Mr. DeAngelis, a Belmar resident, will host his multimedia comedy show, titled "No Ordinary Day," On Saturday, Nov. 12 at the House of Independents in Asbury Park.

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  19. Avon Pond Turkey Trot to return for its third yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2016 | Star News Group

    On Thanksgiving morning, runners from across the area, and even nationwide, will lace up their running shoes, perhaps don a turkey or pilgrim costume and work up a proper appetite for their Thanksgiving dinner. The third annual Avon Pond Turkey Trot returns to the Avon boardwalk for a festive and light two-and-a-half mile walk/run the morning of Thursday, Nov. 24. The race begins at 8:30 a.m. starting at the Sylvania Avenue badge hut, with race-day registration starting at 7:30 a.m. on the boardwalk.

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  20. Heated Wall board race to be decided TuesdayRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2016 | Star News Group

    Six candidates are vying for three open seats on the Wall Township School District Board of Education in the Nov. 8 election, including two incumbent board members and four newcomers. Current board President Eric Brophy and board member Ralph Addonizio are seeking re-election this Tuesday, though they are not running together; the incumbent candidates have aligned themselves with newcomers this season.

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