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Jackson Police Officers Take the Polar Bear Plunge

Originally published by JPD Sgt. Christopher Parise, JACKSON-On Saturday February 25, 9 members of the Jackson Police Department took part in the annual Polar Bear Plunge...

Decomposed leg washes up along Delaware River

NATIONAL PARK -- The lower part of a person's decomposed leg was discovered Sunday after washed up along the shoreline of the Delaware River...

Drug Deaths on the Rise in Ocean County

Drug deaths in Ocean County have double over two years despite law enforcement’s best effort to curb the rapidly growing addiction epidemic. Even with...

2017 Jackson Fire Election Results

On Saturday, January 18th, Jackson residents voted for their new fire district commissioners and fire district budgets. In Jackson Fire District 2 (Consolidated 1&2), Marty...

White Butterfly Delivers Valentines Day Cards to Jackson Police Officers

Kathy Water of the White Butterfly gift shop, owned by former township Mayor Michael Kafton delivered Valentines Day cards made by local residents and...

Seaside Heights Man Charged for Beating Small Dog to Death

SEASIDE HEIGHTS-Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato announced the indictment of Nicholas Piccolino, 34, of Seaside Heights, for one count of Animal Cruelty in...

Jackson Township Mayor Reina Supports League Of Municipalities Opposition of Bail...

JACKSON-Jackson Township is a rural suburb nestled at the edge of the New Jersey Pinelands.  It's New Jersey's third largest town by size in area,...

Report: Man Threatens to Kill Police With AK-47 if Released; Released...

A story coming out of Jersey City via the Star Ledger newspaper highlights the increasing absurdity of New Jersey's bail reform and speedy trial...

Jackson Police Report Another Weekend of Drug Related Incidents

Jackson police had another busy weekend with drug related incidents across the township. Here is last weekend's police blotter published by the Jackson Police...

Prosecutor: Toms River Fatal Fire Started by Discarded Smoking Material in...

Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato and Toms River Police Chief Mitch Little today announced that the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Arson Unit/Major Crimes Unit,...