92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: December 11
Buses resume in and out of the Port Authority Terminal in Manhattan, but the pipe bomb that detonated beneath it this morning leaves four injured, including the Bangladeshi emigre who allegedly planted it and a police officer. Akayed Ullah is in custody. Police believe he acted alone.
A Lakewood man dies crossing Route 9, and police seek witnesses. Investigators said that Isidro Martinez-Mendez was about a quarter-mile south of Alexander Avenue when he was hit by a car. The driver and a 10-year-old rider from Jackson were injured.
New Jersey's bear hunt marches past its original deadline. State officials say that they haven't reached their anticipated quota of 20 percent of all tagged bruins. The hunts have resulted in 328 bears killed so far this year.
Toms River residents who want to improve conditions for the disabled have a chance to join the tonwship's Americans With Disabilities Advisory Board. The unit, now in its 25th year, has engineered the addition of staircase and rest room accessibiity in township public buildings and spaces, and members also advocate regarding workplace matters, ordinances and more.
Santa has breakfast in Neptune Township Saturday, and all the kids are invited. There are free gifts for the first 100 to sign up for the event in the Elks Lodge on West Bangs Avenue.