Joint Base gears up for inaugural race series “Beat 539″
The Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst is hosting its inaugural "Beat 539" race series on Saturday, October 22, 2016, consisting of a Full Marathon, Half Marathon, 5K and 1 mile Fun Run to promote a healthy lifestyle and community involvement, according to race director Sandy Mckay.
September is Hunger Action Month: How you can help in NJ
September is designated Hunger Action Month by Feeding America, a nationwide awareness campaign, designed to mobilize the public to take action on the issue.
Bayville woman killed in Upstate New York car accident
36-year-old Carrie Ann Ganley of Bayville was a passenger in a 2015 BMW that reportedly crashed into a tractor-trailer on Route 17 west in Mamakating Wednesday morning, according to New York State Police.
Lacey couple busted on heroin charges
A Lacey couple has been arrested on heroin charges after police searched their Eagleswood Place home Wednesday night and found 514 folds, with a street value of about $5,000, according to Township Police Chief Michael C. DiBella.
Forum for NJ Veterans to raise awareness about benefits and help with access
Not all veterans in New Jersey are aware of the benefits available to them. MyVA New Jersey Veteran and Community Collaborative Network is hosting their first ever public forum this Saturday in Middlesex County aimed at raising awareness of existing programs and services as well as providing help on…
A child and a woman are flown to area hospitals following head-on crash in Stafford
A Cedar Run woman is charged with reckless driving, failure to maintain a lane, and failure to secure a five-year-old in a child restraint seat following a head-on collision in Stafford Township Wednesday night, that injured the child and the other driver, according to authorities.
Expert quells skepticism over municipal energy aggregation plans
Apprehension and uncertainty are common fears for residents of New Jersey towns that might be considering municipal energy aggregation programs, which one expert explains is very different from individual contracts that may have burned consumers in the past.
Ocean County Health Department stresses importance of keeping up-to-date with immunization…
With a new school year getting underway, the Ocean County Health Department is reminding residents about the importance of staying up-to-date with vaccinations that can protect against serious diseases.
Missing Berkeley Township man surfaces in Seaside Park
The Berkeley Township 91-year-old, who disappeared during a drive to the Lacey Township ShopRite Tuesday afternoon, turns up safe in Seaside Park.
Beachwood community seeking donations for victims of a house fire
The Beachwood First Aid Squad has organized efforts to help a registered nurse and her Borough family whose home was destroyed by a basement fire early Tuesday and is seeking monetary and clothing donations for the Armstrong's.