Tag: Long Branch

Church of the Seven Presidents In Long Branch Will Be Restored

By Rick Geffken LONG BRANCH – Ninety-five years after Woodrow Wilson last vacationed in Long Branch, the little chapel in Long Branch where he and six of his presidential predecessors...

January 21, 2016 | comments

Review: Trama’s Trattoria

Trama’s Trattoria    RATING: Excellent There are well-known chefs who put their names on restaurants in boldface, but rarely cook there; then there are “working chefs,” equally talented and known,...

October 12, 2015 | comments

Review: Mar Belo of Long Branch

RATING: Very Good We like to think of ourselves as uber-foodies who zero in on every new restaurant, pizza place, and food truck that pops up in the greater Two River...

September 29, 2015 | comments

Bob & Bob: Niko’s Trapezi

    TRAVEL TO THE Greek Islands, and you will find numerous restaurants just a stone’s throw from sandy beaches, serving a large variety of fresh fish and seafood, and...

August 18, 2015 | comments

2015 Philanthropic Events

By Lynne Ward Feb. 15 – Monmouth County SPCA Valentine’s Brunch will be at 11 a.m. at McLoone’s Pier House at Pier Village, Long Branch. More info –> Feb. 21...

February 16, 2015 | comments

Branchport Avenue Bridge Repairs Extended

LONG BRANCH – Work to rehabilitate the bridge deck on the Branchport Avenue bridge, over Branchport Creek, has been delayed. “Despite the preconstruction testing and evaluation of the bridge, once...

May 24, 2013 | comments

Park System to Sell Seven Presidents Beach Badges Beginning March 20

LONG BRANCH – Summer is coming and there’s no better place to spend it than on the sandy beaches of Seven Presidents Oceanfront Park. Season beach badges and parking passes...

March 15, 2013 | comments

Application for New LB Temple Continued

By John Burton LONG BRANCH – Mem­bers of the city Zoning Board of Adjustment expressed skepticism during a hearing for a proposed West End synagogue when the congregation’s rabbi stressed that...

September 28, 2012 | comments

Synagogue Proposal Meets Resistance

By John Burton LONG BRANCH – A proposal before the Zoning Board to construct a Jewish synagogue on a long empty West End property was met with disapproval by area...

June 15, 2012 | comments

While Some Cancel, Other Towns Continue to Plan July 4 Fireworks

By John Burton While some communities in the two river area have decided to forego their Independence Day/Summer traditional fireworks, do not fear; there will be opportunities to see shells...

May 10, 2012 | comments

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