Ocean County News
As a teenager in the ’90s, no actor better represented blockbuster movies than Bill Paxton. Although Paxton wasn’t typically a leading man in those movies — he would often play the brother, the second-in-command, or the comic relief — he served as a kind of talisman of quality. If you saw Paxton’s name in the opening credits of a movie, you knew that the film was going to be better for it.
Gusty winds and heavy rain from a line of thunderstorms ended New Jersey's early taste of spring.
An anonymous caller tipped off the Neptune Township Police Department of a possible "shots fired" situation on Squirrel Road last Thursday night...
Gusty winds, torrential downpours, and dangerous lightning may arrive suddenly as strong thunderstorms march across the Garden State.
Prosecutors and Quason “Qua” Turner's family protested the sentence.
South Jersey prosecutors are pursuing death by auto charges against two drivers who were behind the wheel of cars that were involved in separate deadly crashes.
The shooting victims are described as being "uncooperative" with police.
The first incident happened two weeks ago, according to police, but the girl involved didn't tell anyone what happened.
Christopher Walsh, of Yardville, faces up to 20 years in prison.
Obama was the first sitting U.S. president to address a Rutgers graduation class.
St. Aloysius parish in Jackson said 400 of its 2,000 students are in a religious education home study program for "a variety of reasons."
Prospective slashes in summer flounder catch limits sought by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) would be delayed pending new analyses, under federal legislation being crafted by a Democrat and a Republican from the Jersey Shore
Eligible JC Penney employees will be offered an early retirement package as part of the chain's plan for future growth.
The unique wood-and-metal likeness of Bruce Springsteen that was reported stolen from an Asbury Park housefront last November resurfaces...amid a stash of weapons. crack, opiates, electronics and jewelry in a city apartment, according to police.