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Rosetta Key

Rosetta Key is a News Anchor and Reporter for Townsquare Media's Ocean/Monmouth County Bureau.  She's covered news in New Jersey for over 15 years and is the winner of the 2007 and 2008 New Jersey Associated Press Broadcaster's Association Award for Best News Series.
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Neptune Launches a New Initiative to Prevent Minors from Buying Alcohol

A Monmouth County police department partners with Prevention First of Ocean Township and local businesses that sell alcohol in a new initiative to prevent underage drinking. It's called the 100% Proofing Policy, according

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Berkeley Emergency Response Team (BERT) vehicle, photo credit BERT Facebook
Berkeley Emergency Response Team (BERT) vehicle, photo credit BERT Facebook
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Box Truck with Oxygen Tanks Flips Over in Barnegat

Barnegat Police were on high alert when a box-truck containing pressurized oxygen tanks overturned on Route 539. Police said the Penske rental truck left the roadway and damaged a utility poll before flipping over near Route 72 late yesterday morning. The Berkeley Emergency Response Team (BERT)

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Barn Fire, Whiting, photo credit Manchester Police Department
Barn Fire, Whiting, photo credit Manchester Police Department
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Several Animals Die in a Manchester Barn Fire

A number of animals were lost in a raging barn fire in the Whiting section of Manchester late Thursday morning. Township police said they received a 9-1-1 call at around 11:45 am that a barn was on fire behind 318 Beckerville Road

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Sweeping Reforms are Coming to the National Flood Insurance Program

New Jersey U.S. Senator Bob Menendez meets with Superstorm Sandy victims today in a press conference to outline new measures aimed at cleaning up the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Menendez said he's gotten

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United Water Toms River Makes its Case For a Rate Increase

United Water Toms River, a subsidiary of French-based Suez Environment, takes it's request for a $5.2 million dollar base rate increase to the state Board of Public Utilities (BPU). Jim Mastrokalos, the utility's Director of Operat

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Residents of Ortley Beach, NJ watch their home get demolished (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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MacArthur Alleges FEMA’s Complicity with Insurance Companies

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A bold and surprising assertion about The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) from New Jersey's 3rd District (R) Congressman Tom MacArthur. The freshman representative, who's made his fortune in the

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Manchester Police Locate Mysterious Vehicle that Triggered Alert

Manchester police have located the mysterious Blue Chevy Trail Blazer seen parked near school bus stops in the Pine Lake Park section. After multiple interviews with the driver, police said the vehicle doesn't appear to be a child safety issue for township residents

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George J. Mitchell Elementary School, photo credit LEH School District
George J. Mitchell Elementary School, photo credit LEH School District
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Natural Gas Odor Reported at LEH Elementary School

Reports of a gas odor inside the George J. Mitchell Elementary School in Little Egg Harbor Township forces the temporary shut down of natural gas to the North Green Street building. New Jersey Natural Gas Spokesman Mike Kinney said they were notified by township police about the odor at 1:33 pm on Tuesday and had crews on the scene at 2:08 pm

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A business in Union Beach with a message for Sandy.
A business in Union Beach with a message for Sandy (Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Sandy Victim Forms Expert Panel to Discuss Recovery Issues

One of the leaders of a proposed lawsuit challenging the state and federal

government's anemic response to Sandy victims, has put together a panel of public policy experts to come up with solutions this week

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(L-R) Zack Slater, Olivia Beck, Bill Bourke by Tom Mongelli TSM
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Tech Fest Returns to Ocean County in April

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An all day music festival with twenty bands on two sound stages is an enormous task for any professional concert promoter. However, all the task that come with putting on a music festival, including performing, will be handled by high school students from the Ocean County Vocational and Technical School's Lakehurst-based Performing Arts Academy in April.

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