Ocean County News
We're still in the peak of the Atlantic Hurricane season as the calendar turns to October this weekend, and Monmouth County officials unveiled a first of it's kind evacuation plan called "Know Your Zone" to educate locals on the zone they live in ahead of a severe storm.
While some models paint a scary picture for the U.S. East Coast, there is zero confidence in Matthew's potential track at this time.
Hand, foot and mouth disease has now affected eight football games after hitting several NJ schools.
A very slow-moving storm system will keep the chance of rain in the forecast for the Garden State through the weekend.
Jersey housing construction permits soared in August, but single-family construction continues to lag, according to the U.S. Census.
Given the stores' locations on heavily-traveled highways, they offer a convenient stop for busy parents and costume-hunting teens. But not everyone is a fan.
New crime statistics compiled by the FBI show a mostly positive trend in the Garden State.
Congress has voted to override a presidential veto of legislation that allows 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia over the 9/11 attacks.
A study commission has come up with 20 ideas for tackling the surge of student debt, including speedier college degrees, better financial literacy and tax breaks.
Penalties for manufacturing or distributing fentanyl in New Jersey would double under a proposal gaining traction after Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday issued an emergency order banning seven knock-off versions of the prescription drug used to treat terminal patients.
Bruce Springsteen made several hundred fans happy at his book signing in Freehold on Tuesday but disappointed others by leaving before the scheduled end time.
Hooded men seen through the lens of a store surveillance camera late on the night of September 23 and before dawn September 24 are sought by Wall Township police.
A blood testing lab marketer from Ocean Grove is given a year and a day in prison for bribing a Toms River doctor for referrals.
Two Sussex County men suspected of a murdering a Lakewood victim last December move closer to trial, and one defendant's mother also heads to a possible trial for allegedly trying to throw investigators off the trail.
It's like something you'd expect to see on the television show America's Funniest Home Videos. A driver struggled with a deer that jumped into her SUV in Howell, after the animal was struck by the vehicle, and it was all caught on tape by a Township officer.