Top 10 Little Silver-Oceanport Stories in June
These articles drew the most attention last month on Little Silver-Oceanport Patch.
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Little Silver got good news that the Willow Avenue property that had been tied up in the Solomon Dweck bankruptcy estate finally had a new owner.
A suspect armed with a stainless steel revolver and carrying a handheld scanner or radio allegedly robbed Blue Stove Antiques, a store on River Road in Fair Haven.
A body was recovered from the ocean near Pier Village on June 2 in Long Branch.
Gov. Chris Christie visited Oceanport on June 30 to address the water main break that had placed residents of about 22 Monmouth County towns under a boil-water advisory and severely restricted water usage.
An 11-year old Oceanport boy and his very-relieved mom got the opportunity to thank Ptl. Gregory Lauretta, who performed CPR on the boy in April when he woke up vomiting blood and collapsed.
Little Silver Police were called to Garden Road on Father's Day when a neighbor there called to report seeing a man break a window and enter an unoccupied home.
The new owner of the Little Silver Bottle Shop announced the store would begin to offer an increased selection of wines and concentrate on expanding the quality and value of what customers would find on the shelves. Credit cards would also be accepted.
After 70 years, Little Silver Liquors, the downtown staple since 1944, was sold.
New Jersey American Water banned outdoor water use and asked residents of several Monmouth County municipalities to only use water for essential reasons following a water main break on June 29.
The boil water advisory, issued following a water main break on June 29, was reduced to cover just the towns directly served by New Jersey American Water Company.