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Goldberg Lands Column A in Republican Primary in Ocean County, Hugin...

TOMS RIVER-Brian Goldberg, represented as Ocean County MAGA (Make America Great Again) Republicans has secured the coveted Column A in the 2018 June 5th...

Mayor Amato Fights For Seniors: Restore Full Funding to Homestead Rebate...

BERKELEY - Mayor Carmen F. Amato, Jr., today has asked The Township Council to adopt a resolution in support  of full funding for the...

NWS: Meteotsunami Struck Jersey Shore Last Night

The National Weather Service confirmed a minor Meteotsunami was created by Tuesday night's passing thunderstorms. At around 9pm, the NWS released a tsunami warning to...

Brick Democrats Fail to Deliver Touted Traders Cove Marina

BRICK-Chefs International, a company that proposed to build a restaurant at Traders Cove, a municipally owned property has backed out of the deal after...

Report: Democrat Congressional Candidate Andy Kim is Coming for Your Guns

TOMS RIVER-Andy Kim, a Democrat candidate for Congress to represent New Jersey's third congressional district said he is in favor of a federal gun...

Are Owners of Proposed Howell Transfer Station Taunting Local Residents?

HOWELL-A sign that sprang up at the property owned by Resource Engineering, a recycling firm owned by the family of longtime Monmouth political insider...

Video: Route 37 Motorcycle Crash Highlights State of Disrepair on Route...

TOMS RIVER-A motorcycle crash on Route 37 on Saturday highlighted the dangers of potholes on one of the shore's most traveled summer highways. This week,...

Jackson Firefighters Save Ducklings from Storm Drain

JACKSON-Jackson firefighters responded to a call for assistance after a resident reported hearing sounds coming from a sewer drain.   On Sunday morning, May 6th,...

Jackson Home to Make Way for Commercial Offices in Whitesville Section

JACKSON-Since 1935, a property located at 276 Hope Chapel Road has been home to a quaint 2,200 square foot home, but now, a developer...

Mayor Amato Continues to Promote “See Something – Say Something” Campaign

  Berkeley Township - Mayor Carmen F. Amato, Jr., and Chief Karin DiMichele continue to promote the See Something - Say Something campaign. "It's important to...