Massive New Howell Waste Facility Could Receive Final Approval by Committee...

HOWELL-A large solid waste management facility to be built on Randolph Road in Howell Township could be getting the final nod from the Monmouth County Solid...

Township to Continue Leaf Pickup After Resident Complaints

JACKSON-Residents took to social media during January's winter storm to ask why the township has yet to finish the fall leaf pickup in many...

NJ DEP: High Fecal Counts in Toms River Prompt Shellfish Harvesting...

This week, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection issued a notice suspending the harvesting of shellfish from the Toms River due to public...

Shore News Network Leaves New Jersey News Commons

After nearly five years, today Shore News Network has chosen to leave the Montclair University Center for Cooperative Media's New Jersey News Commons.  The...

Dems Think 800,000 Illegal Immigrants Are Worth Forcing Active Military To...

Democrats are threatening to hold national security hostage, potentially costing the economy billions and forcing hundreds of thousands of federal government employees to go...

When Will Cooksbridge Road Bridge Project be Complete?

JACKSON-The Ocean County engineer has provided an update to ongoing bridge project on North Cooksbridge Road to replace a bridge over the Metedeconk River. The...

New Jersey Ranked Second Worst Place to Retire in America

Despite its scenic Jersey Shore beaches, mountain destinations, pinelands and proximity to just about anything in New York and Pennsylvania, a study claims New Jersey...

Brick Cancels $42,000 in Law Enforcement Grant Funding

BRICK-A resolution to cancel nearly $42,000 in outstanding, uncollectable and unspent grant funding was presented at last night's Brick Township council meeting. Brick Mayor John...

Ordinance to Allow Brick Cops to Enforce NJ Traffic Laws in...

BRICK-The Brick Council on Tuesday voted in favor of an ordinance to allow police officers to perform traffic enforcement operations in some of the...

Jackson MUA Charity Grants Awarded through Home Serve USA Contract

JACKSON-The Jackson Municipal Utility Authority has awarded their 2017 grants to local charities through their deal with Home Serve USA, a private line insurance...

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Democrat Brick School Board Hires Law Firm Owned by GOP Chairman,...

BRICK-A politically bizarre turn of events occurred this week at the Brick Township School Board when the "Clean Slate" Democrats who control the board...

N.J. gets first Sikh attorney general in U.S. history

Gov. Phil Murphy's pick for New Jersey's top law enforcement job got swift legislative approval Tuesday, hours after Murphy took office. Former Bergen County...

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