Arrest made in vandalism at Lacey Township High School
Lacey police have arrested a 17-year-old Township boy for allegedly causing $2,500 worth of damage to freshly painted art murals in the Lacey High School parking lot earlier this month by spinning truck tires over them.
Man wanted for allegedly trying to run over South Toms River Cop
South Toms River police are seeking a man who allegedly tried hitting a police officer with his car early Wednesday.
Toms River man found dead on a boat in Lacey
The body of 48-year-old Michael Merz was discovered in a docked boat Tuesday afternoon, by the owner of the Laurel Harbor Marina and Yacht Club, according to New Jersey State Police.
Belmar house fire kills two people
Flames engulfed a Belmar home, killing two people Monday night, confirmed Mayor Matt Doherty on Twitter.
Search ends for missing swimmer off Bradley Beach
The Coast Guard suspended its search Sunday night for a swimmer reported missing off the coast of Bradley Beach Saturday night, according to officials.
Newark man charged with DUI in Seaside Heights bicycle accident
A Newark man has been charged with driving under the influence, following a hit-and-run accident involving a 13-year-old bicyclist in Seaside Heights Saturday night, according to authorities.
NJ cave bats nearly wiped out from fungus that turns their wings to ‘Swiss cheese’
When was the last time you saw bats flying over the skies of New Jersey?
Will recent motorcycle deaths increase NJ fatality rate?
It's too soon to tell whether a couple of deadly motorcycle accidents this month in New Jersey will lead to an increase in the fatality rate for 2016, but there were fewer such incidents last year, according to State Police.
UPDATE: Crash that led to power outage and road closure in Brick leads to DUI charge
A Brick Township man is charged with DUI after a one-vehicle crash this morning that downed a utility pole on Cherry Quay Road, causing a partial closure and power outage, according to Brick Police Department spokesman, Sgt. Neil Pedersen.
Accident causes power outage in Brick Township
As many as 1,500 JCP&L customers in Brick Township are without power this morning, due to a motor vehicle accident, according to the utility's website.