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On this Day: Russian Poet Alexander Pushkin Died from Injuries Sustained...

JACKSON-On this day in 1836, Alexander Pushkin died from wounds suffered in duel days earlier. A memorial dedicated to Pushkin is here in Jackson, dedicated...

Concert Series Returns to Berkeley This Summer

BAYVILLE-Mayor Carmen F. Amato, Jr. is proud to announce the Sounds of Summer Concert Series will return to Veterans Park this summer. "I am...

140 Lakewood Teachers, Faculty Receive Rice notices

LAKEWOOD-The besieged Lakewood school district suffered another blow this week after 140 public teachers and faculty members received a Rice notice regarding their future employment...

Did this NJ Township Try to Ban Orthodox Jews?

A New Jersey town discriminated against Orthodox Jews when it barred them from a specific religious practice as part of an "archaic, fear-driven and...

Republican debate: It's Christie vs. Rubio and Trump vs. Cruz

WASHINGTON -- Gov. Chris Christie began the sixth Republican debate Thursday with an attack on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as seven GOP...

Heavy traffic expected for Polar Bear Plunge in Seaside Heights

SEASIDE HEIGHTS - The Special Olympics New Jersey Polar Bear Plunge has brought thousands of off-season visitors to the Jersey Shore every year for...

Expanding Access to High Quality STEM and Computer Science Education Provides...

by Sarah Huckabee Sanders A COMMITMENT TO THE AMERICAN WORKFORCE: President Donald J. Trump is dedicated to setting American workers up for success. One of...

Marine Mammal Stranding Center rescues first seal of 2015 in Point...

Less than a week into 2015, a Jersey Shore marine mammal rehabilitation center has its first guest of the year.  The newest resident at the...

Monmouth man charged with attempted murder of Eatontown cops in court...

by Charles Webster, MCPO FREEHOLD-An Eatontown man charged with the attempted murder of Eatontown police officers, during an armed robbery last month will have a...

Plan Unveiled for Two Restaurants at former Brick Joe’s Crab Shack

BRICK-Mayor John Ducey today announced that the former site of Joe's Crab Shack here is in the process of becoming two separate restaurants sharing...