New Year's Eve events Jersey Shore Point Pleasant Beach

Martell's Tiki Bar New Year's Eve Party

Martell's in Point Pleasant Beach is hosting a huge bash that promises to be the hottest party on the Jersey Shore featuring live entertainment from Dr. Cheeko and the Mike Dalton Band. Tickets are $25 per person and the doors open at 8 pm.

Twilight Fun Run/Walk in Lake Como

Stay fit and ring in the new year with a 2-mile run/walk to be followed up by a party at Paul's Tavern. Entry Fee includes: buffet, one drink ticket [well drinks, draft beer, house wines, soda and a long sleeve shirt designed by Dr. T-Shirt for all pre-registered runners. It all starts at 5:45 pm at Paul's Tavern. Call 732-859-6146 for more information. You can register at the tavern on Dec. 31 from 4-5:30 pm.

Irish New Year's…

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Allenwood NJ homes for sale Wall Township

A Charming Cape in the desirable Allenwood section of Wall Township. Well maintained home with many upgrades throughout the years, including kitchen, bath, and windows. Main floor includes family room, kitchen with butler’s pantry and a den with fireplace, plus a first-floor bedroom with full bath. Second floor has two additional bedrooms. Huge walk-out basement that can easily be finished off for additional living space. Large lot with access from Atlantic Ave & Cardinal. $420,000

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Our second home is a Classic Cottage. Features a formal dining room, living room, den, updated kitchen & bath on the first floor, plus a front and back porch. Second floor with two bedrooms and sitting area. The home also has a…

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Recycling in Bay Head NJ: What can be recycled

With Christmas just around the corner, many residents of Bay Head neighborhoods are thinking "out with the old, in with the new". Not everyone is familiar with Bay Head's Recycling Center & Public Works Garage (214 Park Ave.), so we thought we'd break it down and let people know what items can be recycled from your oceanfront Bay Head home(the center is open M-F from 7:15 am to 3:15 pm and Saturdays & Sundays from 8 am - 1:45 pm. It is closed on federal and state holidays).

Items Accepted At Bay Head Recyling Center

  • Paper, bottles, and cans: Steel & aluminum cans, glass bottles & jars, plastic bottles with neck smaller than body, newspaper,office paper, magazines, books with hard covers removed. Please rinse your containers. All material must…

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Check out these five great tips to help you sell your luxury home more quickly and for the most money:

Tips to sell your luxury home quickly

1. Make the Right First Impression

We cannot understate how important that first impression is, especially if you're trying to sell your luxury or waterfront home. Whether you enhance the curb appeal with newer landscaping or get a new front door or get the home professionally staged, buyers will be influenced by that all-important first impression.

2. Market Your Home Through Many Avenues

Just like advertising for your business, you need to advertise your luxury home to help get it sold. That means exposing it to as many potential buyers around your Bay Head area as possible through the internet, social media, newspaper ads, video and…

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Classic 1910 Bay Header, with a great personality & much charm! Therapeutic Ocean views from almost every level, the beach right across the street.  Our town of Bay Head is a favorite vacation place for those who enjoy a certain kind of quiet, a relaxing yet friendly way of life, and a safe haven in which to pursue both land and Bay Head Coast Beaches. 

This Classic home is perfect summer retreat for your family. The minute you walk in this house, you'll appreciate its past and start thinking about your families future. All the details are here that we are asked for time and time again, great oceanfront location, good size rooms, big updated kitchen, private back yard, just beautiful details throughout!  

The Bay Head home is location 440 East…

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Suffice it to say Bay Head residents still want no part of Gov. Chris Christie's plan to make beaches wider while building protective sand dunes along New Jersey's entire coastline of 127 miles.

Bay Head rock wall: Superstorm Sandy

To that end, residents of the Jersey Shores borough have raised $5 million from their own pockets to construct a rock wall to protect beaches and homes along the oceanfront. And Bay Head residents want to be exempt from Christie's coastline widening plan. In the Bellingham Herald, prominent Bay Head homeowner and major Republican Party fund raiser Lawrence Bathgate called the Governor's plan "stupid and wasteful". He told the paper "The science and economics don't support what they are doing. This sand will wash away in short order."

Christie's plan is…

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