Dan Radel, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Dan Radel

The Asbury Park Press NJ

Englewood, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Dan:

Jenkinson's Boardwalk, beaches will not open for Memorial Day weekend

Pt. Beach, one of the Jersey Shore's biggest tourist destinations will not open for Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

At some Jersey Shore beaches, expect a wait to use the bathroom

Some Jersey Shore towns will start the summer with portable toilets at the beach due to social distancing rules. → Read More

For-hire boats start fishing again under tight restriction; some party boats hold back

Gov. Muprhy lifted the closure on charter and party boats but with 10 passenger limit → Read More

Asbury Park Village Friday night shooting investigated

A city man was taken to the hospital Friday night with a gunshot wound. Law enforcement is investigating. → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: Monmouth, Ocean add 188 more cases Saturday; NJ hospitalizations drop

New Jersey reported another 115 deaths from COVID-19, bringing the total to 10,249. → Read More

Tagged great white shark 'Ironbound' arrives to New Jersey coast

Ironbound, a 899-pound great white shark has reached the New Jersey coastline. → Read More

Election: challenger concedes race to Deal's 3 commissioners

The challenger Deal commissioner has conceded the race, meaning three incumbents will remain in control → Read More

Deer herd roams Manasquan's beaches and streets

A small herd of deer, mostly, if not all does, was spotted at the Manasquan beach this morning. → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: $11M to keep NJ fishing industry alive; 'This is getting very serious'

New Jersey's hard-hit fishing industry will be allocated $11 million of the $300 million available CARES Act. → Read More

Homeless, low-income veterans can get affordable apartments in Tinton Falls

Soldier On will proceed with construction of a Tinton Falls apartment building for homeless veterans. → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: charter, party captains send 'S.O.S.' with boat parade

Charter and party boat captains, shut down by the pandemic, parade to shed light on their ordeal → Read More

Runaway sheep escape through Long Branch streets; owner fined

No, you can't keep farm animals in your backyard in Long Branch, as one sheep owner discovered. → Read More

Long Branch adopts tax incentive plan for home and small business owners

Long Branch home and small business owners can get a tax break on improvements to their dwellings in a new tax plan. → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: Monmouth, Ocean counties' COVID-19 cases climb to 9,317

The Shore saw 10 more deaths from COVID-19 and the total number of positive cases increase by 241. → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: Trump pal, real estate mogul Stanley Chera dies after Elberon visit

Stanley I. Chera, New York City real estate mogul and friend of Donald Trump w → Read More

Florida police suspect missing West Long Branch native was murdered

Police in Jupiter Florida police suspect missing West Long Branch native was murdered. → Read More

Coronavirus at the Jersey Shore: Recap of COVID-19 news in Monmouth, Ocean

A recap of the big news stories on the coronavirus front at the Jersey Shore. → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: When the worst strikes, the Navy hospital ship Comfort will aid the Garden State

New Jersey has been granted access to the USNS Comfort, the Navy's floating hospital ship. → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: Outdoor seafood market helps Point Beach fishermen sell catch

Shore Fresh Seafood Market in Point Pleasant Beach holds an outdoor fish market to help fishermen. → Read More

Wife of former Long Branch mayor found shot to death

A homicide investigation is underway at the home of former Long Branch Mayor Philip Huhn. → Read More