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Teen Colts Neck Stabbing Suspect to be Tried as Adult

The case of a Colts Neck 17-year-old accused of knifing a township woman in her home and stealing her car moves out of family court. Brennan Doyle will stand trial as an adult, according to information issued today from the office of acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Grammiccioni.

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New Jersey Lottery
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A Very Good Year for the NJ Lottery

The New Jersey Lottery performed very well in Fiscal Year 2013.

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Balance Of Power At Stake As Midterm Elections Draw Near
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Poll: NJ Dems Hold Advantage in Congressional Races [AUDIO]

A Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll released Wednesday reveals Democrats hold the early edge over Republicans in the Garden State's midterm Congressional races.

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NJ Report Card Would Include Student Career Readiness [AUDIO]

A New Jersey lawmaker is pushing a bill that would require the annual New Jersey School Report Card to include indicators of student career readiness.

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Booker, Menendez: Make Polluters Pay [AUDIO]

Both of New Jersey's United States Senators are stressing the importance of the Environmental Protection Agency's Superfund program.

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David Silverman, Getty Images
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Tackling Unemployment Insurance Theft in NJ [AUDIO]

The New Jersey Attorney General's Office has announced that eight people have been indicted for allegedly stealing about $100,000 in unemployment insurance benefits -- while they were serving time behind bars.

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Middletown Arts Center Building
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A Monmouth County Community Celebrates its 350th Anniversary

 

Middletown Township New Jersey will be commemorating its colonial era founding with an Anniversary Gala on Friday, June 20th followed by the burial of a time capsule and a massive parade the next day. Mayor Stephanie Murray said 800 people have signed up to participate in the parade.

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Colts Neck Men Use the Postal Service for a Marijuana Operation

 

Monmouth County law enforcement officials seize almost 20 pounds of marijuana and arrest four Colts Neck men Monday as part of a month-long investigation.

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Raymond H. DeSylva (Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office)
Raymond H. DeSylva (Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office)
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Suspended Home Contractor Charged With Scamming Same Owners Twice

A home contractor from Oklahoma suspended by New Jersey officials is charged with taking more than $38,000 from owners of a Superstorm-damaged Keansburg home in two separate agreements.

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Sandy-Struck Businesses Offered a Helping Hand

Shore communities are still hurting, but help is on the way.

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