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Roof Leak Prompts Day Care Evacuation in Brick

Fifty children and operators of the Smarty Pants Day Care center in Brick Township were evacuated safely this morning, but they won't be meeting there again until waterlogged electrical fixtures in the ceiling are repaired.

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Governor Chris Christie delivers his Fiscal Year 2016 Budget Address to the Legislature in the Assembly Chambers at the Statehouse in Trenton, N.J. on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015. (Governor's Office, Tim Larsen)
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Christie Town Hall in Freehold Tuesday

While state lawmakers work through Governor Chris Christie's budget and reform proposals, the chief executive brings his case to taxpayers starting Tuesday in Freehold.

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Toms River Considers Anti-Tethering Ordinance

Animal rights activists have asked the Toms River Council to consider adopting an ordinance that would set out clear rules for how dogs can be restrained outside.

Louise O'Brien says the current laws on the books in most New Jersey towns just don't get the job done

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Offshore Drilling Hearing Set

Shore lawmakers and environmental activists are getting their wish when it comes to the controversial plan to allow offshore oil drilling off the Atlantic coast.

Well, part of it, anyway.

Federal officials have announced a public hearing on the plan to be held i

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Route 530, Berkeley Township, March 5, 2015 (Dianne DeOliveira, Townsquare Media)
Route 530, Berkeley Township, March 5, 2015 (Dianne DeOliveira, Townsquare Media)
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There’s “Snow” More Money

If winter weather takes another swipe at Berkeley Township in 2015, there's "snow" more money to clean it up.

Mayor Carmen Amato, Jr., says the township is already over its snow removal budget by $7,000 for the year

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James Habel (Frank Galipo, Patch of Wall)
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Former Wall Schools Superintendent Convicted of Official Misconduct

James Habel, the onetime head of the Wall Township school district, faces a mandatory five years in a New Jersey prison following his guilty verdict by a Monmouth County jury to a count of official misconduct.

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Scene of seven-car crash in Manchester, March 10, 2015 (Manchester PD)
Scene of seven-car crash in Manchester, March 10, 2015 (Manchester PD)
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Three Hurt, One Hospitalized, in Manchester 7-Car Crash

A Manchester 69-year-old was rushed into trauma care in the aftermath of today's grisly seven-car crash on Route 37 in the township.

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Suspect Charged in Death of Seaside Heights Mayor’s Son

The Lakewood man suspected of supplying the heroin that took the life of William Akers of Seaside Heights last October now faces formal charges.

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Corpse Found in Point Beach, Probe Under Way

A lifeless body found near the NJ Transit tracks in Point Pleasant Beach this morning is the object of an investigation this afternoon.

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Lacey Township Drug Suspect Charged in Brick Township Overdose Death

A Lacey Township 28-year-old is accused of supplying a Brick Township man with the heroin that killed him.

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