Devin Loring, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Devin Loring

The Asbury Park Press NJ

Neptune Township, NJ, United States

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Past articles by Devin:

A year after summit, NJ economy struggles with self-inflicted damage

New Jersey's economy has become more competitive in the past year, but it remains hamstrung by political infighting. → Read More

Asbury Park urban farm is hiring

If being outside and helping the community interests you, then you’re in luck — Interfaith Neighbors’ Kula Urban Farm in Asbury Park is hiring. → Read More

Urgent care facility coming to West Long Branch

A site formerly approved for a bank is being re-envisioned in West Long Branch. → Read More

Toys R Us lowers prices at Tinton Falls outlet

You can get great deals at an outlet store on clothes, shoes and accessories. Now, you can get a great deal on toys. → Read More

Several new businesses fill local strip malls

Strip malls are abundant in New Jersey, but they support many businesses in Monmouth and Ocean counties. Let’s take a look at which businesses have taken residence in strip malls, and elsewhere, at the shore. → Read More

New stores come to Pier Village in Long Branch

The new owners of Pier Village promised some changes to the development, which are underway in the midst of summer. → Read More

Asbury nonprofit food truck needs your help now

The Jersey Shore has a lot going for it. But there’s one thing we don't have: a communal food truck. So far. → Read More

From hot dogs to luxury apartments in Sea Bright

SEA BRIGHT - Nearly four years after superstorm Sandy, there is still rebuilding going on at the Jersey Shore. → Read More

Roy Rogers restaurants coming back to Shore

The story of the Roy Rogers restaurant business reads like an old western. The chain was once prosperous, but then fortune fell against it and it went nearly extinct. Now, it's making a comeback. → Read More

New apartments, stores for Atlantic Highlands

A new housing and retail building will soon front 1st Avenue in Atlantic Highlands, while another will face West and Bay Avenues. → Read More

Shore Board brings ocean ads just off the beach

There is one boat in the Southside Marina in Point Pleasant that’s different than the rest — as in, it’s a renovated houseboat that has a 213-square-foot LED billboard mounted to it. → Read More

Jughandle Brewing opening in Tinton Falls

Eight months after signing a lease, Jughandle Brewing is ready to open its doors and debut its lineup of craft beers. → Read More

Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce chief leaving

After six years and a portfolio that includes creating a restaurant and wine tour as well as rebranding Asbury Park, the executive director of the Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce is stepping down. → Read More

What's Going There: Chipotle, Kay Jewelers, Advisors Mortgage Group

What's Going There: Chipotle, Kay Jewelers, Advisors Mortgage Group → Read More

New Rt. 35 businesses for Middletown, Holmdel

One building was demolished while one is being repurposed to bring new businesses to Route 35 in Middletown and Holmdel. → Read More

Cosmetology students get practice, help others

Adult cosmetology students at the Monmouth County Vocational School got the opportunity to not only practice their crafts, but help others in need Wednesday. → Read More

Fitness center, beauty salon coming to Howell

Howell is continuing its growth with a slew of new development and business off of Route 9. → Read More

Uber for the air: Blade comes to Jersey Shore

What if there was a way to ditch your commute? No more getting stuck on the Parkway, no more Jersey Shore summer traffic. Period. → Read More

Freehold Township Sam's Club is hiring

A job fair on Tuesday, June 7 will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. → Read More

Il Giardinello restaurant owners look for buyer

Long time restaurant Il Giardinello Beach Grill, in Normandy Beach, did not reopen this season and has been taken over by Patti's Kitchen, a breakfast and lunch restaurant. → Read More