Swimmers have had to worry about the increasing presence of stinging sea nettle jellyfish in the Barnegat Bay, but a rare and more dangerous species of box jellyfish with venomous tentacles could reappear in the ocean along the Jersey coast this year.
While the cause of autism remains a mystery researchers at the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark are continuing to try and figure out why the Garden State's rate has increased over the past decade and remains the highest in the nation.
World War I discharge records from the early 1900s will be donated to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in Washington D.C. after being found in the Toms River Township Municipal Building.
A group of Bay Head residents chipped in to pay for a protective storm wall currently being built along the northern end, but could be forced into giving up some of their property anyway for a federal beach replenishment project planned for the entire Jersey coast.
Climate change and unprecedented warming of ocean waters in the Northeast, including New Jersey, is pushing several species of fish and crustaceans to cooler waters, according to new research by a Rutgers team.
Cindy Botwinick is leading a petition drive to convince the Toms River School District to begin the school day later than 7:15 a.m. The mother of three has collected more than 500 signatures so far by going door-to-door and soliciting names online.
The global Santacon Convention returns to Asbury Park for a third year on Dec. 13. Countless merry-makers dressed as Saint Nicholas will gather at noon at the Asbury Park Train Station to spread holiday cheer.
An Ocean County woman displaced when Super Storm Sandy flooded her Seaside Heights apartment is being told she has to repay nearly $7,000 in money that FEMA approved for her to seek temporary housing and replace items destroyed during the hurricane.
Not wearing a seat belt can be considered a crime in New Jersey if the driver violates a law intended to protect the public, is proven to have demonstrated recklessness and kills someone, according to a recent State Supreme Court ruling involving a case in Sussex County.
To avoid bottlenecks getting into Seaside Heights this weekend for the three-day Columbus Day Festival, avoid using Route 35 and take Route 37 through Toms River instead, New Jersey Department of Transportation officials advise.
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