Brick Township students have until 7 a.m. Tuesday to remove any sexual images or videos from their phones and electronic devices, warned District officials in a letter to parents Friday following concerns high school students are sexting, according to Patch.com.
The appeal filed in state Superior Court in Toms River seeks to overturn the Jackson Zoning Board's decision in June to deny the building of an all-girls Orthodox Jewish High School on a 7.5 acre tract on Cross Street, according to the Asbury Park Press.
Pawn shops, cash for gold stores, scrap metal yards, and electronic resellers now must follow a stricter, uniform electronic reporting system to help police crack down on stolen goods from being sold at such establishments, under a measure approved by the Toms River Council Tuesday.
The Minke family wants a judge to throw out Long Beach Township's Eminent Domain Ordinance to prevent public access to the beach through the front yard of their Loveladies home, according to John H. Buonocore Junior, the Morristown attorney representing them.
The economy, the plight of the middle class, and job creation are among the main issues facing the three candidates running for Congress in New Jersey's competitive Third District race, according to retired Ocean County College Political Science Professor Richard Strada.
Don't panic if you see first responders and a heavy police presence at the Ocean County Mall Sunday morning. A simulated drill will be taking place from 7 to 10 a.m. to test and evaluate local agency responses, according to Toms River police.
If you're not sure where the candidates in New Jersey's twelve Congressional races and one U-S Senate election stand on key issues, such as social security, medicare, and financial security, AARP sorts out the facts for you with its annual Voter Guides.
The 361-page draft of the Hazard Mitigation Plan will be available online for public comment for 28 days at www.monmouthsheriff.org, according to Michael Oppegaard, Emergency Management Coordinator with the Monmouth County Sheriff's Office.
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