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While the Point Boro baseball team's seniors were feeling a little extra special on Senior Day last Thursday afternoon, nothing could compare to defeating crosstown rival Point Pleasant Beach, 3-0, at home. Comment?
Around 20 volunteers braved this weekend's ugly weather to help build a potentially world-record-breaking sand castle with a twist. Comment?
It has been nearly seven months since Superstorm Sandy devastated the coastal area and residents, business owners and visitors alike are getting ready to spring into summer as beaches and businesses open one by one along the Jersey Shore. Comment?
This luncheon will be hosted by the Point Pleasant Beach High School student council. Comment?
The Bay Head Historical Society will host the exhibit "Absorbing Sandy" from May 26 to July 28. Comment?
The Garnet Gulls believed with their loss to Henry Hudson, the team also lost the B Central Public School title in Tuesday's game. Comment?
The Point Pleasant Beach Chamber of Commerce presents "A Night with Psychic Medium Silvia Rossi." Ms. Comment?
On June 10, AARP will have a yearly luncheon at the Lobster Shanty in Point Pleasant Beach beginning at 12:30 p.m. Tickets will be sold at the meeting. Comment?
The discussion over whether the chamber of commerce, here, will receive a monetary contribution to its marketing campaign from the borough took an unexpected turn during Monday night's council meeting, when Councilman Stephen Reid moved to advocate his own plan to use the chamber's commercial for a series of radio ads. Comment?
Drivers along the northern Ocean County Shore can rest easier following the New Jersey Department of Transportation's [NJDOT] decision to hold off road reconstruction work on Route 35 until after Labor Day. Comment?
The Point Pleasant Beach High School boys tennis program has won two games in a row. Comment?
Tickets include a buffet dinner in addition to music and dancing by "Rock and Rhythm, Visions of Yesterday." Fabulous gift baskets provided by local businesses and restaurants will be raffled off during the evening. Comment?
The police and fire department, here, responded to dozens of fire calls Thursday afternoon after a power surge caused electrical surge protectors to blow in homes and businesses across town. Comment?
After months of informing and encouraging residents to sign easements allowing a federal beach replenishment project in the borough, Mantoloking is cracking the whip on the small group of oceanfront homeowners who are, at this point, still refusing to sign. Comment?
The Point Pleasant Police and Fire Department are responding to multiple fire calls throughout the borough and have contacted Point Pleasant Beach for mutual aid. Comment?
The Volunteer Village at the Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church, here, will continue to thrive with a bit of help from a new friend. Comment?
The Crimson Knights defeated Freehold Borough, 15-0, on Wednesday, before getting a no-hitter from Kirby Marron in a 11-1 victory over Long Branch on Thursday. Comment?
Monthly meeting, open registration for children 5 to 15 who live in Point Pleasant Beach, Point Pleasant Borough, Bay Head, Mantoloking and Lavallette [must turn 5 on or before July 31]. The cost is $175, first child; $150, second child; $125, third child; the fourth child is free. Comment?
The Bayberry Garden Club of Brielle will hold a luncheon "Rebirth" April 16, at the Lobster Shanty in Point Pleasant Beach. Comment?
According to Charles Webster, the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office public information officer, at about 7:50 a.m. on Wednesday morning, the Long Branch Police Department received a call about a body in the backyard of a home on Cleveland Avenue. Comment?