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  1. Dangerous conditions in preschool; Hotel tax could help schools | LettersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 6 |

    Finally, more than a year after North Bergen Schools Superintendent George Solter promised to fix the tree branches that were dangerously leaning on electric wires and touching the preschool trailers roofs, the tree branches have been pruned. Other dangerous conditions still exist, including this latest one -- an electric wire extension cord, running from a trailer's classroom, out the metal window, with the window closed shut on it, outside along the ground, to the front of the trailer, plugged into an inflatable Thanksgiving toy.


  2. Jersey Shore bar owners to pay $1.6M to family of woman killed in DWI crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 23 | The Jersey Journal

    The family of a New Jersey woman killed when her boyfriend crashed while driving drunk more than four years ago has settled their lawsuit for $1.6 million with the Jersey Shore bar that served him prior to the crash. The settlement was reached with 8th Avenue Ventures, the since-closed bar's corporate entity, in late September.


  3. Jersey Shore kite festival (barely) gets off the groundRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2018 | The Jersey Journal

    The one thing absolutely necessary for kite flying is wind, which even with the arrival of fall weather didn't get above 3 mph. Only very small, light kites were able to get airborne, but they did not stay aloft for long.


  4. High school marching band director admits stealing thousands from groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2018 |

    The former director of a high school marching band in Monmouth County admitted he stole $3,200 from the organization. Alan Abraham, 60, of Belmar, pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking Monday, the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office said.


  5. Hurricane Florence unlikely to affect N.J., but Jersey Shore town preps dunes anywayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2018 | The Jersey Journal

    While the latest Hurricane Florence forecasts predict New Jersey will not be affected by the massive Category 4 storm, one Jersey Shore town isn't taking any chances. Belmar Mayor Brian Magovern said they will be "as prepared as possible" as crews worked to build amass temporary sand dunes in piles along the popular Monmouth County town's beaches.


  6. These 25 N.J. towns have the most Airbnbs. Here's what $100 a night gets youRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 5, 2018 | The Jersey Journal

    In New Jersey, owners rent out more than 14,000 homes, apartments, condos, tiny homes and other units on Airbnb . Airbnbs have become so prominent throughout the state that an Airbnb tax was passed in the latest budget .


  7. Abortion issue, Hudson nostalgia in Manzo's new bookRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2018 | The Jersey Journal

    Lou Manzo, a former Jersey City resident who served as a Hudson County freeholder and state assemblyman, has written his first novel and third book, "An Irish Lullaby.' ' He now lives in Belmar.


  8. Former assemblyman turned writer looks to the church for first novel | Faith MattersRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 26, 2018 |

    Former Jersey City resident Lou Manzo, who served as a Hudson County freeholder and a state assemblyman, has written his first novel -- and third book -- "An Irish Lullaby,'' which brings him back to his local roots. Now a resident of Belmar, he's pictured there at the Church of St. Rose.


  9. The craziest N.J. ice cream shop opened a new location. See 21 of the wild creationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2018 | The Jersey Journal

    Jersey's most daring ice cream shop just got one store bigger: Coney Waffle has opened a location in Red Bank, the largest of its four N.J. shops. The business began in 1946 by owner Joe D'Esposito's parents on the Coney Island boardwalk, and D'Esposito opened the next generation of shops here, starting in Belmar in 2016.


  10. All Jersey Shore beaches open after week of high levels of bacteriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2018 | The Jersey Journal

    Following a week where a arge number of the state's beaches were closed to swimming because of bacteria, beachgoers can now feel free to swim, surf and frolic at all of them. A Belmar beach reopened Friday after being closed for five days after heavy rains soaked the Jersey Shore and raised bacteria levels in the water to an unacceptable level.


  11. Seaside Heights beaches reopen after swimming ban is liftedRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2018 | The Jersey Journal

    Every beach in New Jersey, with the exception of one in Belmar, reopened Thursday afternoon after the DEP lifted a swimming ban that was in place since Wednesday because of high levels of bacteria in the water at several spots along the Jersey Shore. Seaside Height's beaches also reopened Thursday after the borough announced late Wednesday that all of its ocean beaches would be closed.


  12. The sun is shining and swimming is banned at N.J. beaches because of bacteriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2018 | The Jersey Journal

    Swimming was banned at eight New Jersey beaches Wednesday after the water sampled at each continued to show high levels of bacteria found in animal or human waste. Four more beaches in Monmouth County have been closed since Monday afternoon as a precaution after water was emptied from a nearby pond into the Atlantic Ocean to help alleviate flooding after Monday's heavy rainfall which flooded many towns.


  13. 5 beaches in Monmouth County closed to swimming after days of battering rainRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 5, 2018 | The Jersey Journal

    Swimming at five Monmouth County beaches was stopped Monday after the county was battered by rain, which flooded streets and forced a state of emergency in one town. Four ocean beaches, two in Spring Lake and two in Sea Girt, and one river beach in Belmar were closed to swimming on Monday evening, according to the DEP.


  14. Boaters rescued after 3 sailboats capsize in Shark RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2018 |

    The boats overturned near the Shark River Municipal Marina in Neptune City around 1:30 p.m., according a social media post by the Neptune Office of Emergency Management's water rescue team. The team was dispatched to the scene and by the time they got there, everyone on the boats had already been taken safely to shore by staff from the Belmar Marina, the post said.


  15. Will Atlantic City's Beachfest concert series go out with the tide?Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2018 | The Jersey Journal

    For the past three years, the state agency charged with boosting Atlantic City's struggling local economy has tried to attract tourists by paying promotions powerhouse Live Nation Entertainment $6 million to stage concerts by big-name artists on the beach . But that deal expired last week.


  16. Hate people? Here are the 5 best N.J. beaches for some gosh-darn peace and quietRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2018 |

    Let's get right to the point. For many people, the best boardwalks in New Jersey are those with no one on them.


  17. Dad of slain 19-year-old frustrated with delay in justice as case is on hold againRead the original story

    Jun 18, 2018 | The Jersey Journal

    For more than a year, Michael Stern has repeatedly returned to the first row of a dimly lit courtroom in Freehold waiting for justice to be handed down to the man accused of strangling his 19-year-old daughter and then throwing her body off a Jersey Shore bridge in 2016. On Monday, Stern learned that he's likely going to have to wait even longer than anticipated to find out if justice will be served.


  18. Ban smoking on all N.J. beaches, most who are asked sayRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2018 |

    A new poll released Friday finds 75 percent of New Jerseyans oppose smoking and vaping on the state's public beaches. The bill, which is now on the desk of Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy , allows towns to set aside designated smoking areas of up to 15 percent of the beach.


  19. Ocean safety for immigrant children | Di IonnoRead the original story

    Jun 14, 2018 |

    Elizabeth Perez stood with her sandals in the sand on a perfect beach day in Manasquan watching her three children play at the ocean's edge. They had buckets to collect shells and dig out sand crabs near the water.


  20. Smoking on N.J. beaches and parks could cost you $250, and moreRead the original story

    Jun 11, 2018 | The Jersey Journal

    State lawmakers are trying once more to ban smoking at all public parks and beaches , and this time around their efforts to make these areas safer and more attractive might just succeed. By overwhelming numbers, the state Senate and Assembly passed a bill last week that would impose fines on anyone lighting up on Jersey Shore beaches or at other recreational areas in the Garden State.


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