The Broad Street Diner in Keyport, winner of our N.J.’s best diner showdown, was featured on CBS Sunday Morning today. Show chef-in-residence Bobby Flay pays a visit to the classic stainless steel diner and interviews owners Maria and Nick Kallas, who reminisce about how they grew up together as kids – in a family-owned diner. “My… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: November 13th, 2016 | Author: admin | Filed under: Keyport, Monmouth County News | Tags: Broad Street Diner, Keyport, Monmouth County News, NJ's best diner | 1 Comment »
Toms River man arrested for working on structures without being properly licensed
Keyport– The Front Street fire that lead to injuries to 8 firefighters and a Salvation Army worker on Friday afternoon remains under investigation with the cause yet to be determined, according to Charles Webster, spokesperson for the Monmouth County Prosectuor’s Office.
Andrew Mayer, 28 of Toms River, was charged with Working without a Permit, Working without a License, and Driving without a License, all disorderly persons offenses, after witnesses saw him working on the roof of 43 and 45 Front Street prior to the fire. He was released on his own recognizance.admin | Filed under: Keyport, Monmouth County News | Tags: Andrew Mayer, Keyport, Keyport Fire, Monmouth County News | 1 Comment »
KEYPORT — Demolition crews worked Saturday to clear charred debris left from a massive fire that destroyed at least three buildings in the borough’s business district. The blaze began around 4 p.m. Friday on West Front Street and spread into nearby structures. Cell phone video footage showed a wall collapse as thick smoke and flames shot… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: April 10th, 2016 | Author: admin | Filed under: Keyport, Monmouth County News | Tags: Keyport, Keyport Fire, Monmouth County News | Comments Off on Officials probe cause of blaze that injured 8 firefighters in Keyport
The Keyport Garden Club is decorating the Governor’s study at Drumthwacket, for the holiday open houses at the official residence of New Jersey’s chief executive, according to a statement by First Lady Mary Pat Christie.
Keyport’s garders cut and dried hydrangeas and luminaria from members’ gardens, which club designers artfully turned into elegant holiday pieces. Preserved cream colored roses and orchids are interspersed throughout our arrangements to add elegance and brightness to the Governor’s Study. Dogwood red twigs, also from a Keyport Garden Club member, creates a gentle flow to the arrangements. Also, the white vestibule is decorated by the club to entice visitors into the Governor’s Study.
Also participating in the holiday decorating of the mansion are garden clubs from Bayhead, Mountain Lakes ,Warren, Morristown, Somerset Hills and for the first time, the Garden Club of America.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Keyport, Monmouth County News | Tags: Drumthwacket, Keyport, Keyport Garden Club, Monmouth County News, New Jersey First Lady Mary Pat Christie | Comments Off on Keyport Garden Club Decorates Governor’s Study
On Monday, November 2, Merla announced his troubles via facebook:
The Past 14 Days Have Without a Doubt, Been The Toughest Time For Me Personally, When The SAY The Devil Works 24-7 Thats No Bull !!! Yes It Is True My Store Has Been Temporarly Closed Down For The Past Week, The Little Orange Sticker Doesn’t Tell All Only What The Haters Want To Read…I Personally Can’t Believe The Amount Of Friends, Great Customers And Family That Have Reached Out To Me Or A Family Member To Try To Help, This Setback, Just Made Me Much Much Stronger Then Ever, We Have OptionsAnd We Are Weighing Our Options Very Carefully… Many Of You Want The Store Back OPEN, And That Is One Of Are Options…I Just Can’t Tell You How HARD I’ve Worked This Past 5 Years To Make A Little Business Work For Our Community, I Really Wasn’t Going To Write This But Because Of The Support For The Business And My Family I Had Too…. I’m Sure Those That Have Been Supportive Will Appreciate It, And Those Who Like The Drama, And Want To Continue To Hate,Love It Too…. All I Can Say Is We’re Looking At Every Option Possible….The Devil Might Work 24-7, But I Work Harder…… Anyone That Knows What I’ve Done And My Business Has Contributed, Knows Where My Heart Lies…….Thank You For Your SUPPORT!!!!!!!
Merla told MMM publisher Art Gallagher that a former employee complained to the State that his wages were paid in cash.Posted: November 6th, 2015 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Keyport, Monmouth County, Monmouth County News | Tags: Jersey Shore, Jersey Shore Subs and Soups, John Merla, Keyport, Monmouth County News, NJ Division of Taxation | 1 Comment »
Investigators are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Anthony Tassello, a 55-year-old Middletown man, who was reported missing on Monday by family members. Tassello was last seen around 9:15 a.m. on Monday, February 16, 2015. He is a white male, approximately 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 230 pounds.
The vehicle he was driving, a white 2008 Ford Escape, was one of five vehicles burned during a suspicious fire at the Tom’s Ford dealership on Route 35 in Keyport, on Tuesday morning, February 17, 2015.
Police are concerned for Mr. Tassello’s safety. He was last seen wearing a gray tweed hat, a vest and blue jeans and may possibly be in the New York City area,
The Keyport Indians Football & Cheerleading Team is holding a Cornhole Tournament Fundraiseradmin | Filed under: BizEturtle, Keyport | Tags: Cheerleading, Cornhole, Football, fun, fundraiser, Keyport | Comments Off on Teams Needed for Fundraiser for the Keyport Teams
Five Bayshore business groups and the Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau joined together yesterday in Keyport to kick-off the Summer of 2014 on the Monmouth County Bayshore..Exit 117…the Gateway to the Jersey Shore.
Lt Governor Kim Guadagno, Congressman Frank Pallone, State Senator Joe Kyrillos, Keyport Mayor Harry Aumack were on hand as the Northern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce, the Keyport Bayshore Business Copperative, the Hazlet Business Owners Association, the Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce, the Highlands Business Partnership and the Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau joined together in cooperation for ceremonial ribbon cutting for the region’s summer tourist season.
Posted: May 17th, 2014 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Atlantic Highlands, Business, Hazlet, Highlands, Jersey Shore, Keyport, Monmouth County | Tags: Atlantic Highlands, Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce, Frank Pallone, Harry Aumack, Hazlet, Hazlet Business Owners Association, Highlands, Highlands Business Partnership, Jersey Bayshore, Jersey Shore Convention and Tourist Bureau, Joe Kyrillos, Keyport, Keyport Bayshore Business Cooperative, Kim Guadagno, Northern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce | Comments Off on Business groups join together to kick-off summer on the bayshore