92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: October 24
The daughter of a formerly-imprisoned Brick Township mayor loses her municipal job, faces five years of incarceration, and owes the township almost $950,000 for a health-insurance scam. Kim Bogan admitted submitting false claims for chiropractic treatments for at least six years.
Five years after Superstorm Sandy, how far along is recovery on the Jersey Shore? Jeff Tittel of Sierra Club New Jersey finds bright spots in planning and protections, but sees areas such as flood plains needing work. He hopes to hear your views Wednesday, 7 PM, in the Ocean County Administration Building cafeteria.
You check the kids' Halloween candy for sharp objects. Adopt the habit of checking for drugs, too, says Ocean County Prosecutor Joe Coronato. He warns especially to be on the lookout for edible marijuana.
The fire that destroyed Schneider's Restaurant in Avon is ruled accidental. The owners, now in their seventies, have not committed to rebuilding. The shore home of German cuisine stood for almost 60 years.
California-based Mann Packing Company recalls more than 50 types of processed veggies under the Mann label, over concerns of possible listeria contamination. They were shipped to Target and Trader Joe's nationwide.
Todd Frazier says so long to New York area fans through social media. The Toms River native has run out his limited contract with the Yankees, and there are no signs that he'll be offered a new one, as the team develops younger talent and manages costs.