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An accident on Ridgeway Boulevard in Manchester
An accident on Ridgeway Boulevard in Manchester (Manchester Police)
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Spider Causes Crash

Manchester police say a spider was to blame for a for a one-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon.

Officers say 41-year-old Thomas A. Buchko was traveling south on Ridgeway Boulevard near the River Point adult community when a large spider lowered itself in front of his face

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Jocqui Brown
Jocqui Brown (Lakewood Police)
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Robbery Suspect Surrenders

The man wanted in connection to a robbery in Lakewood in September has turned himself in.

Investigators say 19-year-old Jocqui Brown of Raleigh, NC, surrendered to police in Asbury Park after finding out police were looking for him on his Twitter feed

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Georgian Court University
Georgian Court University (Facebook)
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GCU to Host WW1 Conference

Historians, sociologist, literary scholars, theologians and students will be gathering at

Georgian Court University (GCU) for a two-day conference about World War 1 this week. The Lakewood institution is joining the conversation a

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(Siniša Botaš, ThinkStock)
(Siniša Botaš, ThinkStock)
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Federal Funds to Fight Drugs

A federal grant is funding anti-drug programs in municipalities hit especially hard by the heroin epidemic.

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Man Blames Spider for Accident in Manchester

Arachnophobia can be blamed on a pickup truck verses utility poll accident on Ridgeway Blvd in Manchester Tuesday afternoon. Police said 41-year-old Thomas Buchko left the roadway and struck a poll while attempting to swat a large spider that lowered itself in front of his face as he traveled south bound near the River Point adult community

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Ingram Publishing / Townsquare Digital
Ingram Publishing / Townsquare Digital
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Lakewood Pharmacist Admits Health Care Fraud

The president of a Lakewood compounding pharmacy faces up to five years in prison for fraud that federal prosecutors say cost health insurors and federal health benefit programs hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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Ocean County Prosecutor's Office, Toms River (Townsquare Media)
Ocean County Prosecutor's Office, Toms River (Townsquare Media)
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Dash Cam Ruling Causes Concern

A New Jersey judge has ruled that police dash cam videos are a part of the public record, but the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office is planning an appeal.

That means anyone could access those recordings at any time, simply by filing a request under the Open Public Records Act (OPRA).  Polic

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50-yard line of the Sayreville High School football field
50-yard line of the Sayreville High School football field (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Sayreville scandal increases awareness about bullying

The scandal is making other school districts evaluate their programs and be more aware of potential bullying.

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Ocean County Courthouse
Ocean County Courthouse (photo courtesy of Ocean County Website)
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Landlord Tenant Workshop

Another free Landlord-Tenant Workshop is being hosted this Friday by Ocean County Court staffers. Ombudsman Ann Marie Fleury said the seminar is designed to take attendees through the whole process

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(Carmelka, ThinkStock)
(Carmelka, ThinkStock)
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Change in Animal Abuse Law

A heinous animal abuse case has prompted legislators to introduce a bill that would amend the current abuse law, requiring all convicted animal abusers be given mental health screenings.

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