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Asbury Park NJ: Three "men" charged in 2009 murder of Red Bank teacher

James Fair, 27, Ebenezer Byrd, 35, and Gregory Jean-Baptiste, 26, all of Asbury Park broke into the wrong apartment … After realizing their mistake Gramiccioni said the three brutally murdered Jonelle Melton. 140 more words

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Bringing Back the Old...

I took this shot just over five years ago during a Scott Kelby photowalk. One of my favorite shots from Asbury Park mainly for it’s connection of the town to it’s music scene. 120 more words


Street "Preachers" at Asbury University: A Reflection

An antsy crowd huddled around the crosswalk near the apartments on Asbury University’s campus could have only meant one thing: Campus Ministry USA was back. This group consists of street “preachers” who use antagonistic tactics, such as yelling about how girls are whores damned to hell if they wear yoga pants, as their preferred method of “evangelism”.   660 more words


FIFA reschedules World Cup, alienates sponsors

At the time I’m writing this, it’s 8 p.m. in Doha, the capital city of Qatar. The country shares one border with Saudi Arabia; the rest is surrounded by the Persian Gulf. 419 more words


Asbury athletics: NAIA vs. DIII

For schools of Asbury’s size, it can be difficult to know where exactly to fit in in terms of athletics. For 78 years, the National Association of International Athletics (NAIA) has acted as a governing body for “small athletics programs that are dedicated to character-driven intercollegiate athletics.” In all, the NAIA represents over 60,000 student-athletes from across the United States. 403 more words


Day Thirty with Mark: Mark 7: 31-37

Today in Mark 7: 31-37, we see Jesus perform another miracle:

Jesus Cures a Deaf Man
31 Then he returned from the region of Tyre, and went by way of Sidon towards the Sea of Galilee, in the region of the Decapolis.

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Cardinal Stritch ‘Resilient’ Against Asbury in Low Scoring Affair

*This story was posted to MyNAIATourney.org on March 12, 2015. 

The No. 2 seed Cardinal Stritch University Wolves survived a scare and took down No. 7 seed Asbury University by a score of 50-43, thanks to a strong performance from junior guard Emily Neitzel, who dropped 12 points and hauled in nine rebounds. 386 more words

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