Most of the construction happening on Long Beach Island is to rebuild older homes damaged during Superstorm Sandy almost two years ago, not necessarily for new structures, according to Realtor Matt Kulinski, with G. Anderson Agency on L.B.I..
Nearly two years after Sandy, the Toms River charity Hometown Heroes, will host the premiere of the documentary "Heart of the Shore: Defying a Superstorm," on Saturday, October 11, on the beach in Seaside Park.
A fire truck carrying members of the Whiting Volunteer Fire Department crashed into a parked car while responding to an alarm at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church on Lacey Road Sunday, according to Manchester Police.
The mid-term election is one of the few Republican seats up for grabs without a incumbent running. Representative Jon Runyan is not seeking re-election which has ignited a hotly contested race between GOP candidate Tom MacArthur and Democratic candidate Aimee Belgard. Frederick John LaVergne is running as the Democratic-Republican Party of New Jersey's candidate.
Howell Township Police, Fire, First Aid, Emergency Management and School District officials will find out this Saturday how well prepared they are to handle a disaster during a large-scale drill that is expected to cause traffic delays near Howell Middle School South on Ramtown Greenville Road from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m..
The New Jersey Department of Transportation is addressing some of the issues raised in a recent YouTube rant by Seaside Park business owner and Councilwoman Gale Coleman over the Route 35 Reconstruction project.
Councilwoman Gale Coleman said the New Jersey Department of Transportation completely ripped up Route 35, despite promising Borough Officials in a series of meetings that the construction would be done in phases.
The Toms River High School North Mariners Varsity Football Team is tackling cancer to raise awareness and donations for a cure by sponsoring Monmouth Medical Center's "Roll Out The Ribbons" campaign during the month of October.
The Monmouth County Sheriff's Department and the Neptune Office of Emergency Management are hoping to better educate the public on how to better protect themselves during disasters on "National PrepareAthon Day" Tuesday, September 30, by holding a free event along the Shark River in Neptune.
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