As crash data for Route 539 in Ocean County begins to pile up, County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato enlists local, county and state law enforcement to revive a safety initiative that kept the highway death-free for a period of 2016.
Police in Jackson Township are hoping you can help them find Richard McCrone III of Plumsted (Cream Ridge) whose wanted on a number of charges after using a machete to vandalize another persons home and car then evade authorities on Saturday night May 27.
What appeared to be a pipe bomb in a mailbox outside of a Plumsted home Saturday is now considered a crude, failed attempt to destroy the receptacle, and likely by a juvenile, say Ocean County investigators. That doesn't mean that Plumsted police aren't interested in tracing the source.
Apprehension and uncertainty are common fears for residents of New Jersey towns that might be considering municipal energy aggregation programs, which one expert explains is very different from individual contracts that may have burned consumers in the past.
Uncertainty is common for some residents of New Jersey towns considering municipal energy aggregation programs, which one expert explains is very different from individual contracts that may have burned consumers in the past.
Taking a cue from the dramatic drop in crashes and fatalities on Ocean County Route 539 during last summer's multi-agency safety enforcement initiative, Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato this year sets sights on Route 528.