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Counterfeit Bill Suspect (Brick Township Police Dept.)
Counterfeit Bill Suspect (Brick Township Police Dept.)
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Bad Benjamins in Brick Township Spark Suspect Search

Someone blithely bought about $1,300 worth of electronic goods in a Verizon Store in Brick Township, and paid cash. Turns out they were counterfeit hundreds. Now, there's a hunt on to find the big spender.

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Townsquare Digital
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Kids Threatened with Rifle, Say Barnegat Police

It isn't clear what spurred a confrontation between Amanda Ponzio and some juveniles in Barnegat Tuesday afternoon. But police say it stopped when they allegedly found her in the middle of Schooner Avenue, brandishing a rifle.

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Arrest Made in Long Branch Double Murder

A suspect is arrested in the double-homicide of a Long Branch couple. 22-year-old city resident Carlos Menjivar was charged with two counts of first degree murder and a weapons count Wednesday, December, 17th for the deaths of Maria Catejo-Munoz and Fredis Ventura in 2013

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Getty Images, Credit Sven Creutzmann/Mambo Photo / Contributor
Getty Images, Credit Sven Creutzmann/Mambo Photo / Contributor
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NJ Professor Talks Cuba

It's about time! That's the thought of a New Jersey university professor about the United State's re-establishment of diplomatic ties to Cuba. Kean University History Professor Frank Argote Freyre said the policy of the embargo against Cuba made no sense.

"I mean it's just a complete f

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Route 35 Reconstruction work,, R.Key Townsquare Media
Route 35 Reconstruction work,, R.Key Townsquare Media
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Ire Over Route 35 Lane Closure in Lavallette

Lavallette business owners and town officials are demanding assurances that the Route 35 construction work will be suspended once again this summer. Mayor Walter LaCicero is expressing concern because he said they weren't notified by the State Department of Transportation (DOT) about this week's northbound lane closure, that's expected to last until Spring

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Sunset Road Car into Garage Pic, photo credit Manchester Police
Sunset Road Car into Garage Pic, photo credit Manchester Police
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Crash Leaves Whiting Residents Homeless

A home in Manchester's Whiting Section is deemed uninhabitable after a township man crashed through it this morning. At around 10 a.m., Police said 80-year-old George Leo left the roadway, drove over two lawns, collided into a mailbox, a flag pole and through the garage of a Sunset Avenue home before coming to a stop

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Holiday Eating Strategies (Audio)

Tis the season to toss sensible eating habits out the window. For many of us, the sugary, salty and or fried tasty holiday treats and hors d'oeuvres are just too good to pass up. The big concern? is that getting back on the right eating track after a holiday binge may not be as easy as you think

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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
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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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