Category Archives: Bradley Beach Borough
It’s certainly the end of an era. The bingo hall has been demolished. I don’t believe it’s been operational since Hurricane Sandy due to problems with the building which prevented the owners from getting a certificate of occupancy from the … Continue reading
Nonno’s Ristorante opened November 15th at 401 Main Street in Bradley Beach. This is the former location of Cerrato’s. According to chef Nicholas Falco, most of the offerings are made from family recipes passed down from generation to generation.
The new traffic light at the intersection of Evergreen and Memorial Drive was finally activated on Friday, 11/14/14 at 10am. It’s the result of a 7 year long project by the Neptune City Council. It involved cooperation with Bradley Beach … Continue reading
Here’s a link to the official Monmouth County election results which include a link to Bradley Beach. Congratulations to Gary Engelstad who was elected the new mayor of Bradley Beach!
All Bradley Beach voting districts will be voting at the firehouse from 8am to 8pm.
Mayor Julie Schreck posted an update on Sunday to the situation in Bradley Beach which is available here.
JCP&L has restored power to most blocks in Bradley Beach as of today. There may be some isolated homes still out due to damage to the feeder lines in the immediate vicinity of those properties, though.
We just returned to the house in Bradley Beach for the first time yesterday. Compared to many of the towns from Sandy Hook to Cape May, our town appears to have suffered relatively minor damage. The dunes, which appear to … Continue reading
Bradley Beach has teamed up with Avon-by-the-Sea, Neptune City and Neptune Township to set up the “Shore Area Emergency Notification System”. All residents of Bradley Beach can sign up to receive emails, phone calls and text messages for any or … Continue reading