Ocean County News
Bob Murray, CEO of Murray Energy, is mad that John Oliver said some mean things about him.
I wanted the tick horror headlines to be wrong. As if Lyme disease and Powassan aren't enough to worry about in NJ! But it's true, a bite from a Lone star tick can spark a red meat & dairy allergy. No more steak?! Here's my plan, NJ.
Steamy, unsettled weather will carry only through the first half of the first weekend of Summer.
Check the latest weather and surf conditions and forecasts for New Jersey's beaches, boardwalks, and bays.
Who is Joshua Huddy and why is there park named after him?
In the first part of our two-part series into Toms RIver's impact on the Revolutionary War, we learn about its hero.
Experts and the families of sufferers agree "it takes a village" to care for someone with Alzheimer's or another form of dementia, but most caregivers are on their own, or at least feel that way.
About 91 percent of teenage boys and girls ages 13-17 know what kind of job they want after they graduate high school. This, according to new research by Junior Achievement of Southern Pennsylvania — an organization that dedicates itself to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to plan their future...
Penalties over Medicaid billing issues aren’t typically disclosed by the Department of Human Services, let alone announced publicly by Gov. Chris Christie.
Police said the teen went missing in Rowan Lake and Crosswicks Creek in Roebling Park.
The cool wet spring has delayed some of the, "allstars of Jersey Fresh," the corn, peaches and tomatoes this summer. But it could have been worse.
While driving, do you have the mental power to avoid checking the latest incoming text message or phone call?
'Everyone was so shocked,' the Chelsea Fire Department's manager said.
The likely culprit is Monday's heavy rain that picked up bacteria.
A Jackson Township man who allegedly helped himself to some loose change in a number of unlocked cars outside of a condo complex on Brookfield Drive around 11 pm Monday is facing a number of charges.
Pretty typical weather is forecast for New Jersey's first day of Summer 2017, with warm temperatures, reasonable humidity, and a few showers and thunderstorms.