Susanne Cervenka, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Susanne Cervenka

The Asbury Park Press NJ

Linden, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Susanne:

Free speech? Bradley Beach mayor boots volunteer off tree board over Facebook posts

A Bradley Beach volunteer said she was unfairly removed from a board that plants trees over her Facebook posts. → Read More

Asbury Park road 'in dire need of repair' gets $435K construction grant

Asbury Park won a $435K grant to rebuild Eighth Avenue, a road city officials say is 'in dire need of repair.' → Read More

Monmouth County OKs nearly $1M contract to get COVID relief money to renters

Monmouth County re-hired Parsippany-based Solix to help get residents pay their overdue rents. → Read More

Asbury Park students learn how to keep Deal Lake from dying

Asbury Park High School students learned engineering first-hand thanks to a Deal Lake water quality project. → Read More

'Get the gun off the streets': Freehold gun buyback coming after big Asbury Park haul

Bethel AME hosts a gun buyback Saturday with Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office. → Read More

Rumson mansion, The Lauriston, could soon be destroyed, replaced with $1M townhouses

The Lauriston, an aging Rumson mansion, could be demolished in the coming days or weeks. Its the site for a proposed luxury town house development. → Read More

Work starts on bigger $130M replacement for Rumson-Sea Bright Bridge

A $130 million project to replace the Rumson-Sea Bright Bridge moved into reality Friday morning. → Read More

Monmouth County election: GOP countywide candidates win by 2-to-1 margin

Monmouth County Republicans appear to have maintained their lock on countywide offices, according to preliminary election results. → Read More

NJ Elections: District 13 candidates focus on schools, small businesses and property taxes

Candidates vying to represent New Jersey's Legislative District 13 focused on the impact COVID-19 has had on schools, businesses and property taxes. → Read More

Monmouth County commissioner election focuses on COVID-19, spending and raises

Sue Kiley and Mike Beson are vying for one seat on the Monmouth County Board of Commissioners. → Read More

Storytellers reflect on 'home' in personal, emotional ways during virtual event

New England and Atlantic Storytellers Project returns to the Northeast with its virtual "Home" show on Sept. 30. → Read More

Fair Haven mayor resigns after a decade of service

Fair Haven Mayor Ben Lucarelli resigned Tuesday after serving the borough for more than a decade. → Read More

Five people found dead in Elizabeth apartments after Ida flooding, official confirms

Five people were found two Oakwood Plaza apartments on Thursday as officials went door to door in the Elizabeth complex after heavy flooding from Ida. → Read More

NJ school bus company indicted for 'flagrant' safety violations, AG says

The owners of an Essex County-based school bus company allegedly failed to conduct required drug tests of drivers or criminal background checks. → Read More

Bring on the racing pigs: Monmouth County Fair returns after COVID-19 hiatus

While the Ocean County Fair was canceled again this year, the Monmouth County Fair will go on. → Read More

Body of Lakewood woman identified among those lost in Florida building collapse

The body of Malky Weisz of Lakewood has been identified among the remains of the building collapse in Surfside, Florida. → Read More

Asbury Park schools names interim chief, searches for permanent superintendent

Asbury Park School Board named Dr. RaShawn M. Adams as the interim superintendent as it searches for a full-time replacement for Sancha K. Gray. → Read More

'We need to change': Reflecting on a call to action, one year after death of George Floyd

The death of George Floyd prompted NJ residents to take action in numerous ways. → Read More

Monmouth County starts COVID-19 vaccinations for teens and adolescents on Saturday

Monmouth County will start administering COVID-19 vaccinations to those 12 years and older starting on Saturday. → Read More

A day at the beach: What to do in Asbury Park and Ocean Grove (there's a lot)

Check out the Silverball Retro Arcade, catch a concert at House of Independents and grab a bite to eat in Asbury Park and Ocean Grove. → Read More