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  1. Wanted: Fields of play in BoroRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Star News Group

    Mike Scully, a coach with Point Pleasant Youth Football and Cheer, [PPYFC], said he's having a difficult time finding open field space so that the youths involved in the popular organization can practice sports activities. Recently, he said he approached Mayor Robert Sabosik with a request for more field space availability, which, he said, was granted.

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  2. Security agencies prepare Beach for guns and terrorRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Star News Group

    State and local law enforcement agencies are training businesses in Point Pleasant Beach how to react to terrorist attacks or active shooter scenarios. "We are targeting public gathering areas, tourist areas, and anywhere there is open space, cafes or entertainment districts," Stephanie Raphael, director of communications for the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness [NJOHSP], told The Ocean Star Wednesday.

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  3. Parking plan is approvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Star News Group

    After a proposed rezoning to allow private parking on 12 lots west of Ocean Avenue had split residents and planning board members, a 3-3 split by the borough council seemed only natural Tuesday night. Citing the influx of patrons to the boardwalk and the need for more parking in the area, Mayor Reid said, "They're coming already.

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  4. Boat sinks in canalRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | Star News Group

    A recreational boat sank in the Point Pleasant Canal on Wednesday night and although residents expressed concerns about a fuel leak, officials called to the scene said no fuel had been released by the stricken craft. The 32-foot vessel started to sink around 6:30 p.m. July 20 after two engines failed, in succession, according to Trooper Alejandro Goez of the New Jersey State Police.

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  5. Petrone wins second swimRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Star News Group

    Petrone, who will be a senior at Manasquan High School, won the Manasquan Ocean Mile Swim, her second victory of the summer swimming season. Petrone can only compete in the ocean mile swims when they are held on Sunday, since she trains year round swimming for the CentralJersey Aquatic Club.

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  6. Point Beach police see increase in offensesRead the original story

    Friday Jul 15 | Star News Group

    Arrests in the borough so far this year represent a stark increase over last year, according to Detective Clint Daniel, of the Point Pleasant Beach Police Department. "Last year's total for the entire summer, we wrote 593 [summonses]," Detetective Daniel told The OceanStar on July 13. "Right now, as of this weekend, we are at 491 already," he said.

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  7. Battle lines drawn over proposed parking planRead the original story

    Friday Jul 15 | Star News Group

    Battle lines are being drawn by current and former officials and residents as the borough council approaches a vote on a controversial parking ordinance that would rezone lots along Ocean Avenue from residential to Resort Commercial. The proposed ordinance up for a vote at the July 19 council meeting would rezone 12 residential lots to permit commercial uses, including private parking lots.

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  8. Brielle bridge project haltedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Star News Group

    A state project updating Brielle Draw, the railroad bridge that crosses the Manasquan River from Brielle to Point Pleasant Beach, has been listed as nonessential by Gov. Chris Christie and Acting Governor Kim Guadagno due to a lack of funds in the state's Transportation Trust Fund, according to the governor's office. While still in the development phase, the project, which would have cost $7.1 million, is the seventh largest of more than 900 projects to be shut down by Executive Order No.

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  9. Open Space CommitteeRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 13 | Star News Group

    The Point Pleasant Beach Open Space Committee is committed to preserving natural resources and historic properties, enhancing recreational facilities and improving the access, use and protection of our numerous natural beaches and waterways.

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  10. Parking splits boardRead the original story

    Friday Jul 8 | Star News Group

    A contentious vote on an ordinance that would rezone 12 lots along western OceanAvenue from residential to resort commercial has divided the borough's planning board, and led one member to resign this week. At the July 6 meeting, the board examined whether the proposed parking ordinance moved forward by the borough council at the June 21 meeting is in compliance with the borough's master plan.

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  11. Ex-Little League chief charged with $10k theftRead the original story

    Friday Jul 8 | Star News Group

    The former head of the Point Pleasant Beach Little League has been charged with stealing $10,000 from the league's bank account, according to the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office. Vincent Cicalese, 57, of Parkway, was arrested at his home on July 1 by members of the prosecutor's Economic Crimes Unit with assistance of the Point Pleasant Beach Police Department.

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  12. Deena's Jersey Shore Cookbook Signing EventRead the original story

    Monday Jul 4 | Star News Group

    Please support a book signing by Deborah Smith of Point Pleasant Beach, the author of "The Jersey Shore Cookbook". A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Valentine House.

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  13. Brewery coming to BeachRead the original story

    Friday Jul 1 | Star News Group

    The founders of Last Wave Brewing Co. are planning to turn an existing building at 601 Bay Ave. into a brewery meant to give visitors a taste of what is on tap.

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  14. Bay Head Fire Company No. 1 Golden Pass Raffle DrawingRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 29 | Star News Group

    Bay Head Fire Company No. 1 is holding a fundraising raffle in conjunction with Hoffman's Ice Cream and Mueller's Bakery.

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  15. Shorter stays challenge the shore rental marketRead the original story

    Jun 17, 2016 | Star News Group

    Once upon a time families rented homes down at the shore for a couple of weeks in the summer months. Those days might soon be over as online rental bookings, along with economics and generational differences, impact the shore summer rental market.

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  16. Point Pleasant Beach Historical SocietyRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2016 | Star News Group

    The society's Richard Morris will present his popular annual "What is It?" of mystery items from the past to the present.

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  17. Seaweeders sow beauty across two boroughsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2016 | Star News Group

    In Mantoloking and Bay Head many lots where beachfront homes once stood, remain vacant and families are just beginning to return to their homes that survived the storm but still needed significant repairs. Members of the Seaweeders Garden Club of Bay Head and Mantoloking recognize the hardships residents of both towns have gone through and are looking to restore the natural beauty of their towns.

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  18. Police eye shoplift suspectsRead the original story

    Jun 3, 2016 | Star News Group

    Point Pleasant Beach police say they may charge two juveniles suspected of shoplifting from multiple stores in the borough this week. According to Det.

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  19. Beach brings out the red, white and blueRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2016 | Star News Group

    Memorial Day in Point Pleasant Beach can mean a lot of things, but to local children, it means the annual Bike Parade. The parade, which started at the Elks Club on Arnold Avenue and ends at the bandshell at the other end of Arnold, featured bicycles decorated for the patriotic holiday, Boy Scout Troop No.

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  20. Manasquan honors those who servedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Star News Group

    Though stormy weather forced cancellation of the annual Memorial Day Parade Monday, the Manasquan Veterans of Foreign Wars [VFW] Post 1813 and other members of the community still honored veterans with the annual ceremony at the Manasquan Plaza. According to Mr. Pawlak, this remembrance is all inclusive from Robert Monroe, killed by the British at Lexington in April of 1775 to Staff Sgt.

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