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The state is giving away thousands of trees. Here’s how to...

Get your green thumbs ready: Spring is here and New Jersey is giving 90,000 young trees away for free. The state forest service's New...

Jackson Council Recognizes Education and Sharing Day

JACKSON-The Jackson Township council on Tuesday celebrated Education and Sharing Day, a day to honor the works of Hasidic Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson. Councilman...

Ocean County to Spend $1,000,000 on Service Center Improvements

STAFFORD-After just eight years in operation, Ocean County's Board of Chosen Freeholders have announced they will be spending nearly $1,000,000 in upgrading their Southern...

Jackson MUA: Commissioner is Township Resident

JACKSON-The Jackson MUA said on Thursday that the authority has sufficient reason to believe one of its commissioners, Geneva Clayton does, in fact, reside...

Easter Bunny taken to hospital after falling ill at mall

A woman working as the Easter Bunny became ill while working at Ocean County Mall, and was taken to a hospital for treatment, according...

Lakewood fraud amnesty offer gets 159 takers who will repay $2.2M

The Medicaid fraud amnesty program offered to Ocean County residents after 26 people were arrested last summer in a massive sweep has resulted in...

Where is Mary Lee, the East Coast’s Most Famous Great White...

LONG BEACH ISLAND-For several years, it has been a hobby for many Jersey Shore residents and a nightmare for others, tracking a mammoth great...

Toms River Students Learn All About Waste at Atlantic County Utilities...

TOMS RIVER-Mr. Vernachio's AP Environmental Science students at High School North visited the Atlantic County Utilities Authority last week. They were provided first-hand looks...

Broadway Conductor Nate Patten Visit Toms River North

he Arts Academy, located at High School North, hosted a lecture and question & answer session with Broadway musical conductor, Nate Patten.  The Arts...

New Jersey May Soon Have an Official State Reptile

The Senate State Government, Waging, Tourism, and Historic Preservation Committee has approved legislation sponsored by Senator Christopher “Kip” Bateman (R-16) to designate the bog...