By Iyanna Smith
More and more stories of youth doing amazing things are being told. And it’s nice to know that even in a small town like Bradley, those big changes can still be seen. This story is about a hero of our own: 14-year-old Logan Caldwell. Read more
The 28 seventh graders of Bradley Beach Elementary School had an amazing opportunity this year to work with a professional photographer and teaching artist, Erik James Montgomery in a project they will never forget. Read more
By Emely Hernandez Aparicio and Emely Herrera Montoya, guest reporters.
“Woohoo!” roared the crowd.
This year’s 2019 Cheerleading Exhibition was a success for the BBES Cheerleaders. This year, only seven schools participated in the MCAL Cheering Exhibition: Antrim, Belmar, Bradley Beach, Brielle, Manasquan High School, Neptune, and St.Catharine’s. We had four captains: Audra Lowe, Alexandra Zarate, Heidi Ruiz, and Roselyn Herrera. It took Mrs. Morder one and a half months to choreograph the dance. Read more
By Joshua Nesheiwat
This year, our boy’s baseball season was 0 and 14 … again. But thanks to our new coach, Mr. Coulson, we ended up feeling like winners.
“It’s not about how many times you fail; it’s how many times you get back up,” Mr. Coulson said recently. Read more
By Claire Cooperman
I’ve always loved summer. Since I was a little kid, my family would come down to the beach from my old house, around an hour away, on the first day of summer and leave on the last. My cousins, aunts, uncles, and grandparents all came for overnight stays as well. Every day was a beach day, and every day was loads of fun! Here are my five favorite things to do in the summer! Enjoy! Read more
By Noah Jamieson
Everyone has heard Fortnite. It is everywhere — on the computer, in stores, and even on TV. But did you know there is a new game that is growing every day? Some say it may dethrone the recent game king, Fortnite. Read more
Bradley Beach — Visitors are invited to peruse the porches and stoops of beautiful Bradley Beach at the first annual Porch Fest, a townwide celebration to be held on Saturday, May 18 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
There will be food, live music, photography, storytelling, poetry, and other surprises on 16 featured porches throughout the .63-square-mile beach town. Jump on at any porch and pick up a map of the exhibitions.