Veterans’ Housing Initiative Passes NJ Senate again
A bill to expand housing opportunities for veterans has been approved by the New Jersey Senate, but remains on the back burner in the Assembly.
Pepper Spray sends Asbury Park students to the hospital
Five Asbury Park High School students had be taken to the hospital Monday when a classmate discharged pepper spray, according to authorities.
Power Boat racing returns to Point Pleasant Beach this weekend
The sound of power boat engines will again roar and echo from the ocean off Point Pleasant Beach Sunday.
Two killed in separate motorcycle crashes in Monmouth County
Two motorcyclists have died in separate accidents in Monmouth County over the weekend, according to authorities.
Tradition returns to Barnegat Bay this summer
Decades ago when Baymen were done clamming for the day on Barnegat Bay they raced their wooden boats back to the docks, spawning what has become the sport of Garvey Boat Racing today.
Toms River police need help identifying suspects
Toms River police are seeking the public's help in identifying two suspects who allegedly purchased items with a stolen credit card.
Lakewood High School student gets knife past metal detector, report says
Lakewood police aren't sure how a student was able to sneak a knife into the High School, making it past metal detectors.
Stamp out hunger with the US Postal Service
Each spring the United States Postal Service holds its annual "Stamp Out Hunger" drive and is again asking residents to leave a bag of food donations on the curb by the mail box this Saturday to help struggling families in their communities.
Breaking News: Fatal accident in Jackson
One person has died following an early morning crash in Jackson, Township police confirmed.
180 Turning Lives around accepting volunteer applications
The private non-profit 180 Turning Lives around in Monmouth County is seeking volunteers for its Sexual Assault Response Team (SART). Training to become a confidential Victim Advocates will be held in June.