BELMAR/LAKE COMO, NJ — From arrests involving drugs and weapons to motor vehicle accidents and investigations, news that involved the Belmar police grabbed many of TAPinto Belmar/Lake Como’s top headlines in 2019.
The other most-read stories of the year focused on a variety of topics, including Belmar's fiscal health, liquor licenses, beach badge prices and the new home for the New Jersey Seafood Festival. Click on each headline below for the leading stories of 2019, based on pageviews.
- Editor's note: Nearly six months after the accident, an arrest was made in December. Click here.
- Editor's note: Joe's Surf Shack received a seven-day liquor license suspension as a result of the incident. Click here.
- Editor's note: Beach badge price hikes did take effect, but a new teen badge was scrapped. Click here.
- Editor's note: The Belmar Council on December 17 approved the liquor license transfer. Click here.
- Editor's note: Moving the annual three-day festival to the heart of Belmar received positive feedbckk from attendees, nearby residents and borough officials alike. Click here.
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