The state-run Gun Buyback Program maybe getting a little divine help. Two Monmouth County churches are the unsung heroes in the successful gun amnesty program that yielded nearly 16-hundred guns over the weekend.
Shore streets are safer by 1,581 weapons. That's how many were turned in during the two-day gun buy-back initiative in Asbury Park and Keansburg, spearheaded by New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa.
Three shore-based defendants accused of using a Matawan charity as a cover to buy and export millions of dollars' worth of luxury cars while skipping the sales tax reach a settlement with the New Jersey Department of Consumer Affairs
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