Bay Head Fire Company keeps locals happy as clams
BAY HEAD — Hundreds of local residents and visitors to Bay Head seemed happy as a clam during a weekend fundraising event benefiting the borough’s fire department.
On Saturday, Bay Head Fire Company No. 1 held its annual clam bake at its firehouse, located on Bridge Avenue.
Proceeds from the event, which was open to all, will help the fire company maintain its building and equipment, as well as pay ...
WALL TOWNSHIP — Computers that might otherwise be written off as obsolete, are seen by the MidAtlantic Retro Computing Hobbyists as “antique,” “vintage” and even “historic.”
“We are the alpha nerds of Monmouth County,” said president and co-founder Evan Koblentz.
The group, also known by the acronym MARCH, held a two-day repair workshop here last weekend.
Members of the 501[c]3 nonprofit organization gathered at the InfoAge Science Center ...
AVON-BY-THE-SEA — The borough has banned tents and cooking devices on the beach, effective immediately, in response to quality of life complaints from Avon residents.
Town hall meetings throughout July and August have been packed with unhappy residents as visitors, many from outside the borough, have flocked to the beaches here.
One common complaint from residents has been the use of tents on the beach and debris left by groups ...
MANASQUAN — Mary Farmer was surprised to learn she was the “winner” in a $550,000 sweepstakes, but her reaction turned sour when she discovered the notification letter was actually an attempt to scam her out of nearly $9,000.
Last week, Mrs. Farmer, who lives on Captains Court, received a letter in the mail from “Joey G. Field,” a self-described “promotions manager with “Union Disbursement Inc., in Williston, Vermont.”
The letter, ...
SEA GIRT — A Wall Township man is facing multiple charges after crashing his SUV into a taxi cab near the Parker House last Friday night.
Ian Mooney, 23, was charged with driving while intoxicated [DWI], reckless driving, talking on a cell phone, speeding, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, according to Police Chief Kevin Davenport.
“Once he was told he was under arrest he began to fight with our guys,” ...
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