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A long road home

A long road home

POINT PLEASANT BEACH — After years of rebuilding post-Hurricane Sandy with the help of a local nonprofit, the Pirl family will finally be moving home soon.

Shore 2 Recover, a nonprofit organization founded by borough resident Toni Pecunia, launched of the Pirl Project in 2012 — an initiative that centered on demolishing the hurricane-damaged home of the Pirl family and constructing a new and improved one.

Point Pleasant Beach’s Christian ...

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Shooting trial begins next weekShooting trial begins next week

POINT PLEASANT — Jury selection for the attempted murder trial of Louis W. Cataldo, the Point Pleasant man who law enforcement authorities say shot his employee outside the Sand Bar restaurant in 2013, is expected to begin next Wednesday, May 27.

According to Charles Webster, public information officer for the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, a status conference in the case is scheduled to be held next Tuesday, May 26, ...

Not guiltyNot guilty

WALL TOWNSHIP — A decision was reached in court on Wednesday in the case against the Manasquan-Point Pleasant Beach High School hockey coach who was accused of assaulting one of his players during a game on Jan. 7.

Jim Dowd, of Point Pleasant, was brought up on charges of assault after he was accused of kicking and subsequently injuring one of his players during a game against Red Bank ...

Atlantic Pier has new planAtlantic Pier has new plan

BAY HEAD — The Atlantic Pier Co., Inc. was approved by the Bay Head Planning Board on Wednesday night to redevelop the approximately 31,000-square-foot property located along Bridge and Lake avenues, and east of Scow Ditch.

The company plans to demolish the existing structures on the property, 62 Bridge Ave., and construct seven elevated retail buildings and one two-family residential structure with related site improvements.

“The new site layout was ...

Emergency repairs needed on Route 34 bridge over Atlantic AvenueEmergency repairs needed on Route 34 bridge over Atlantic Avenue

WALL TOWNSHIP — New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials announced Thursday that emergency repairs are necessary on the Route 34 bridge over Atlantic Avenue/CR524 Spur in Wall Township, which could cause backups on the ramp from Route 34 southbound.

The work to repair loose and falling concrete, deteriorating steel, and a hole near the curb of the bridge deck is expected to take about two weeks. On Thursday, ...

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MONOC 1 lands in MantolokingMONOC 1 lands in Mantoloking

Mantoloking, NJ
May. 08, 2015

Coast Guard responds to sinking fishing boat east of Manasquan InletCoast Guard responds to sinking fishing boat east of Manasquan Inlet

Manasquan/Point Pleasant Beach, NJ
Apr. 30, 2015

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Apr. 10, 2015

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