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Jason Walsh of Bayville, Photo Credit Ocean County Prosecutor's Office
Jason Walsh of Bayville, Photo Credit Ocean County Prosecutor's Office
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OC Men Arrested for Sexual Assault of Minors

A tier-three Megan's Law sex offender from Bayville and a Toms River man were arrested Friday in separate incidents involving the alleged sexual assaults of minors. Jason Walsh, of Bayville, is accused of assaulting a 16-year-old female while giving her a driving lesson

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Gas Prices, Photo Credit to Listener Robyn Key
Gas Prices, Photo Credit to Listener Robyn Key
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Gas Tax Hike Proposal is Not Popular with Shore Lawmakers

State lawmakers consider increasing the gas tax to help replenish the anemic Transportation Trust Fund (TTF) but officials from the Jersey shore are not on board.

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Nick Folk
Nick Folk
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Lakewood High Wins Health Award and Visit from Jets Kicker

New York Jets Kicker Nick Folk will visit Lakewood High School on December 16 to honor the school as the 2014 winner of the New Jersey Department of Agriculture's Jets PLAY 60 "Eat Right, Move More" program. State Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher will also appear at 12:30 that day.

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Sanctuary Program, photo credit to Sandra Whitehill
Sanctuary Program, photo credit to Sandra Whitehill
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Sanctuary Program Restarts This Weekend

A seasonal Freehold-based soup kitchen restarts for an eleventh year this weekend. The Sanctuary program that began primarily as a shelter from New Jersey's cold long winters for immigrant day laborers, will begin serving breakfast and lunch at the First United Methodist Church on West Main Street

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(L-R) South Toms River Administrator Joseph Kostecki, Councilman-Elect Sandy Ross, Councilman Greg Handshy, Mayor-Elect Oscar Cradle, Councilman Bill Gleason (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media
(L-R) South Toms River Administrator Joseph Kostecki, Councilman-Elect Sandy Ross, Councilman Greg Handshy, Mayor-Elect Oscar Cradle, Councilman Bill Gleason (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media
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South Toms River Sharpens Priorities for 2015

Modest in size - a little over a square mile, population less than 4,000 - and relatively young age - on the maps since 1927 -  South Toms River has evolved into a center for marine commerce and light industry while keeping its small-town closeness intact. The borough's leaders are now engineering the most ambitious transformation in its brief but active history.

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Townsquare Digital
Townsquare Digital
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Fuel Spill Reported in Sandy Hook

A fuel spill described as "major" in scope in Sandy Hook has sparked response from the Coast Guard and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection this afternoon.

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(Robert Giroux, Getty Images News)
(Robert Giroux, Getty Images News)
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Extra Flu Vaccination Clinics Scheduled in Ocean County

Weeks and weeks of flu vaccination clinics have all been prep, say Ocean County health officials. Prime time starts now, as temperatures drop, indoor activity increases, and with it the risk of exposure to viruses.

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Edward Cipriani (Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office)
Edward Cipriani (Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office)
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Hazlet Contractor Charged in Sandy Rebuild Fraud Probe

A home improvement specialist in Hazlet awaits court proceedings for theft, accused of taking $120,000 toward rebuilding a Superstorm-battered home in Union Beach but never starting the job.

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Fire Engine (Townsquare Digital)
Fire Engine (Townsquare Digital)
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Gas Line Rupture in Holmdel Triggers Evacuation

A gas line, compromised at midday in Holmdel, reportedly forced the evacuation of everyone inside a senior living facility.

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Sandy victims
Sandy Huffaker, Getty Images
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Free Clinic in Berkeley Township to Offer Legal Advice for Sandy Victims

Sandy victims and recipients of FEMA recoupment letters are invited to receive free legal advise in Berkeley Township this Saturday.

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