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Sports Mania Class Coming to Jake’s Branch Park

by Lisa O’Neill BEACHWOOD-Freeholder John C. Bartlett, Jr., announces that the Ocean County Department of Parks and Recreation will be conducting a new class; Sports...

Daughtry Coming to Toms River July 29th

RWJBarnabas Health Arena on the campus of Toms River High School North will host two big summer shows one week apart. Daughtry: ON SALE NOW! Daughtry,...

After Heavy Rains, Officials Warn of Stagnant Water and Mosquito Breeding...

TRENTON- With a wet spring coupled with the arrival of a hot summer, the Department of Environmental Protection is reminding property owners of common-sense...

Baby Parade Coming to Wildwood Boardwalk July 31st

The 109th Wildwoods Baby Parade, a Wildwoods tradition since 1909, takes place Wednesday, August 1 and kicks off this year with the Wildwoods Baby...

Woman, Dog Dead in Monmouth County Fire

FREEHOLD- An 18-year old Middletown woman was killed in a residential fire early Tuesday morning, announced Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni. Aubree Larusso, 18, of...

Child Safety Seat Inspection to be held July 28, 2018

On Saturday, July 28, 2018, the Lacey Township Police Department will be hosting a courtesy (non-enforcement) child seat safety check at the Lacey United...

Lines Out the Door at Ocean County Mall for Build-A-Bear Promotion

TOMS RIVER-It was a promotion by the Build-A-Bear Workshop nationwide, with a location at the Ocean County Mall gone wrong.  Thousands lined up for...

What was the Black Sludge Being Pumped onto Beach in Ortley...

ORTLEY BEACH-As dredging began in Ortley Beach to replenish sand lost during Superstorm Sandy on Thursday, beachgoers also noticed a layer of black sludge...

MTV’s Jersey Shore Looking to Film in Brick After Rejections from...

BRICK-The cast of the MTV show Jersey Shore has found itself in a bit of a situation while trying to find a new home...

Dune Replenishment Project Begins in Ortley Beach

TOMS RIVER TOWNSHIP-The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues to move south from Mantoloking and Brick to continue replenishing the beach and dunes along...