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Susan Porfido-Gibson (Ocean County DOC)
Susan Porfido-Gibson (Ocean County DOC)
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Nanny Charged with Child Endangerment and DWI

Toms River police arrested 50-year-old Susan Porfido-Gibson of Bayville Friday afternoon on multiple charges after she allegedly got drunk while babysitting a child in Toms River.

Investigators say officers were initially called to a home where Porfido-Gibson was working as a nanny contracted through the online service care

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Lippincott Avenue in Long Branch
Lippincott Avenue in Long Branch (Google Street View)
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Adult and child reported dead in Long Branch home

Two people were found dead in a Long Branch home on Friday night.

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John T. Kosarowich (Brick Township Police Dept.)
John T. Kosarowich (Brick Township Police Dept.)
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UPDATE: Missing Manasquan Man Found Unharmed

A Manasquan man who disappeared after abandoning a borrowed car in a stranger's driveway in Brick Township Wednesday night has been found.

Police say 60-year-old John T. Kosarowich was located at a home in Jackson Thursday night.  He was unharmed.

Investigators have not rel

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Class Tour at Memorial, photo by Robert Gangi
Class Tour at Memorial, photo by Robert Gangi
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History Comes to Life during Free Tours at the NJ Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial and Museum

Vietnam veterans will lead free tours of the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Memorial and Museum in Holmdel in commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the conflict.  

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Autism walk
Autism walk fundraiser. (Andrew D. Bernstein, Autism Speaks via Getty Images)
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Autism Speaks to Host Kick-off

Autism Speaks invites the public to the kick-off dinner of one of its major annual fundraising walks in Long Branch.

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John T. Kosarowich
John T. Kosarowich (Brick Police)
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Missing Manasquan Man Sought by Brick Township Police

A Manasquan 60-year-old who apparently borrowed a car a week ago and left it in a driveway in Brick Township is sought for questioning by police.

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Melissa Hirschmann
Melissa Hirschmann (NJ State Police)
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Police seek south Jersey jewelry theft victims

Category: New Jersey News, News
This photo provided by the CDC shows an ebola Virus. U.S. health officials are monitoring the Ebola outbreak in Africa but say the risk of the deadly germ spreading to the United States is remote. (AP Photo/CDC)
This photo provided by the CDC shows an ebola Virus. U.S. health officials are monitoring the Ebola outbreak in Africa but say the risk of the deadly germ spreading to the United States is remote. (AP Photo/CDC)
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Are we ready if the Ebola outbreak goes global?

There is growing concern the Ebola outbreak in West Africa could soon go global.

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John Martocci
John Martocci (Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office)
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Matawan Contractor Admits Sandy Repair Fraud

A ventilation contractor from Matawan can expect to spend five years in a New Jersey state prison for taking more than $3,200 in deposits for post-Superstorm repairs he never performed.

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(Anton Prado Photography, ThinkStock)
(Anton Prado Photography, ThinkStock)
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Teen Hit by Car in Howell, Police Seek Witnesses

A teen hit by a car in Howell Township late Tuesday afternoon remains hospitalized today, and investigators ask anyone who witnessed the impact to step up.

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