Defendant in stock scam that trapped shore traders pleads guilty
Joseph Spera of Florida jointed Steven Constantin of Farmingdale, Paul Petrello of Brielle and Ronald Chernin of Calfornia in pleading guilty. One defendant chooses to go to trial.
Clouds likely to amplify Joint Base big booms Tuesday
Explosives training runs throughout the day, ending during the afternoon rush hour.
Stafford crash takes out power, services – driver survives
Police said that the driver from Marlton lost control on a curve on East Bay Avenue Sunday, and that utility pole replacement and reconnections lasted about six hours.
Detectives seek witnesses of Route 9 pedestrian death in Howell
Investigators determined that the pedestrian from Lakewood was crossing a quarter-mile south of the Alexander Avenue intersection Sunday evening.
92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: December 11
Shore lIfe at a glance, December 11, from the WOBM newsroom.
Movers & shakers sought for Brick Township advisory boards
Seven significant authorities, committees and advisory boards in Brick Township have openings for new members from the community.
Who will Jackson’s next community leaders be? Maybe, you
Residents with an interest in helping shape Jackson's future, can do so through any one of 12 committees, commissions and advisory boards now open for new membership.
Army worker in bribery probe indicted for obstruction
An Army employee, suspected of rigging construction projects at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst and Picatinny Arsenal, faces possible trial for allegedly taking bribes, orchestrating kickbacks and lying to federal investigators.
Ex-Bordentown police chief in excessive-force case indicted
Retired Bordentown Police Chief Frank M. Nucera, charged by federal prosecutors with civil rights violations amid allegations of excessive force during a 2016 arrest, edges closer to trial.
92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: December 7
Shore lIfe at a glance, December 7, from the WOBM newsroom.