92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: December 21
One more night of Code Blue until temperatures reach more moderate levels. Ocean County homeless individuals are warming up in the Lakewood Community Center and the First Assembly of God Church in Toms River.
An employee of the Haven at Silverwoods in Toms River faces a raft of theft counts, accused of pocketing and pawning more than 100 jewelry items belonging to elderly residents. Police are trying to determine if there are more suspects.
Health and wellness for students in the Toms River Regional School District will be influenced by RWJ-Barnabas Health for the next five years. The entities struck a 637-thousand-dollar deal that also rebrands the current Pine Belt Arena.
The trail of more than 500,000 tabs of fentanyl stretched from China to California to Monmouth County, for distribution throughout the country, according to federal investigators. Two suspects from Beverly Hills and Altadena risk lengthy prison terms if convicted of federal charges filed Wednesday.
Technological advances might help Monmouth investigators find the woman who gave birth to the baby whose remains were found in a Farmingdale dumpster three years ago. For the first time, investigators have an idea of what the mother might look like, based on sketches created rom DNA traces.
Two Manchester police officers are recognized for saving a resident's life in April. Patrolmen John Decker and Thomas Dill applied cardiopulmonary resuscitation methods to revive a man found unconscious and unresponsive outside his house.
Was it the doorbell camera that prompted two men to walk up to a housefront in Jackson, then suddenly walk away, hop in a car and leave? Police are interested to know. We've got video on our web page.
Cat lovers flock to Asbury Park April 7 and 8 for the city's first-ever Catsbury Park Convention. The exposition at Convention Hall will include links to services and information about keeping Tabby healthy.