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In the 1800s, Long Branch was a " Hollywood" of the east, where some of the greatest theatrical and other performers of the day gathered and performed. President Garfield was brought to Long Branch in the hope that the fresh air and quiet might aid his recovery after being shot on July 2, 1881, an incident that left the assassin's bullet lodged in his spine. He died here on September 19, 1881, exactly two months before his 50th birthday.

Population: 40340
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Towns/Cities near long branch, new jersey : Monmouth Beach Oceanport Eatontown Little Silver Oakhurst Shrewsbury Red Bank

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Have you seen them? You could help crack these N.J. missing person cases

There are more than 1,100 long-term missing people in New Jersey -- men and women, boys and girls who up and vanished months, years or decades ago, leaving behind scant traces and lingering questions. On Saturday, May 20, the New Jersey State Police's missing persons unit is hosting an event, Missing in New Jersey , at Rutgers University to bring together the families of those missing and perhaps find a few of them.

4 things to know about the NJ job market

NJ lost 300 jobs, but these companies are hiring New Jersey's job market slowed in April, but a range of employers are hiring. Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://on.app.com/2rwaXfA New Jersey lost 300 jobs in April, but its residents seem to have little trouble finding work, according to a report released Thursday by the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

a Lights a action a budget!a

No one from the public showed up to speak at last Thursday night's hearing on Kearny's $74.9 million municipal budget for 2017. which is up by $549,000 over last year and which requires an additional $520,000 in the local tax levy will compel the owner of an "average" house assessed at $100,000 to cough up $26.50 more in municipal taxes.

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No one from the public showed up to speak at last Thursday night's hearing on Kearny's $74.9 million municipal budget for 2017. which is up by $549,000 over last year and which requires an additional $520,000 in the local tax levy will compel the owner of an "average" house assessed at $100,000 to cough up $26.50 more in municipal taxes.

Shrewsbury Police Blotter

Crime and arrest reports, unedited, as provided by the Shrewsbury Police Department for the period of May 6 to May 12 , 2017. For additional information, please scroll to the bottom of this post.

After closing only N.J. location, cult fave lobster chain finds new home

Luke's Lobster , the cult New York City lobster shack that has spread to eight states since 2009, will be opening a new location in Long Branch just before Memorial Day weekend. The announcement comes shortly after shuttering its Hoboken storefront at 207 Washington St. A spokeswoman called the closing of the Hoboken eatery "strategic," and will allow the company to focus on the Long Branch location as well as its popular food truck at Hoboken's Pier 13, where it sets up shop on Thursdays and Saturdays.

Voorhees grad makes honor roll at Monmouth U. for 8th straight semester

Colin Patterson, who graduated from Voorhees High School Class of 2013, has made the Dean's List for the 8th straight semester at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ.

Red Bank: Residents Resist Dump-Site Park

Red Bank residents delivered a message to borough officials Friday night about a new park proposed at the town's long-closed landfill site: not everyone wants it. At a town-hall-style meeting held at the Celestial Lodge #36 on Drs.

'& Juliet' at NJ Rep falls shorts of its Shakespearean ambitions

Jacob A. Ware and Nadia Brown in a scene from "& Juliet," now playing at New Jersey Repertory Company in Long Branch Earlier this month at New Jersey Repertory Company , Jessica Parks's rotating scenery for the world premiere "& Juliet" earned a well-deserved applause break at the show's opening. Sadly, not much in the following two hours matched the grace and inventiveness of Parks's contribution to the show.

Long Branch standoff suspect indicted on attempted murder charges

FREEHOLD - A Long Branch man who was at the center of a lengthy standoff with police in February has been indicted on charges that he tried to kill two people, according to court records. Dennismar Andrade, 26, of Hillside Avenue in Long Branch, was indicted by a Monmouth County Grand Jury on Tuesday on two counts of attempted murder, as well as armed robbery, resisting arrest and weapons offense.

Wealthy Jersey Shore town backs down on pricey parking permits near beach

The ordinance, which is the borough's third attempt in almost two years to enforce parking regulations near the beach, was set for a public hearing on Wednesday. But officials pulled the ordinance prior to the meeting, Deal Clerk and Administrator Stephen R. Carasia said.

NJ Transit Jersey Shore service suspended after train hits person near Spring Lake

Service was suspended on New Jersey Transit's North Jersey Coast Line after someone was hit early in Thursday morning's commute. NJ Transit spokeswoman Lisa Torbic said a male was struck at the Church Street crossing east of the Spring Lake station, just before 6 a.m., by train #3318, which had left Bay Head at 5:44 a.m. Service was initially suspended in both directions between Bay Head and Long Branch, according to Torbic, but resumed around 7:30 a.m. An Asbury Park Press photo shows the train halfway across the crossing as police, fire, and rescue crews work but eventually moved away.

Monmouth Medical launches NJ's first center for postpartum depression

Carolyn Stack's first son was 20 months old before she got the help she needed for the obsessive and nerve-wrecking thoughts from which she couldn't escape. "I was always afraid that he was going to die in any scenario," she said.

How many pizzerias are in your New Jersey town?

There's always a survey from some publication about the best places to live in the United States, and usually there are a few New Jersey towns on the list. Huh? How many? They any good? To me a town's "livability" is proportionate to how many good pizza places they have.

Man posed as doctor for nearly 30 years, state officials charge

NEWARK -- State officials are trying to shut down the office of a Monmouth County man they say has posed as a doctor for nearly 30 years. A complaint filed in Superior Court by the state Division of Consumer Affairs and the state Board of Medical Examiners accuses Raymond Salani Jr., the owner of Lifestyles Medical LLC in West Long Branch, of treating patients and writing prescriptions without ever having a license to do so in New Jersey.

Who is Kim Guadagno and why is she running to succeed Christie as N.J. governor?

The first state-sponsored debates for Democrats and Republicans running for New Jersey governor will be held May 9. Leading up to that, NJ Advance Media is profiling the four Democrats and two Republicans who have qualified for those debates, leading off with this simple question: "Why are you running?" WEST LONG BRANCH -- After spending the last seven years in near anonymity crisscrossing New Jersey to cut red tape for business leaders, Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno came to hear a common refrain from CEOs at companies of every size.

Water main work in Long Branch to close roadway for 2 weeks

Beginning Thursday, a main connector from Monmouth Beach to Long Branch will be closed as the area undergoes water main work. Patten Avenue, including the Patten Avenue Bridge, will remain closed for two weeks from the Patten Point Yacht Club to Monmouth Boulevard.

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