92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: September 25
The shore's deadliest summer in recent memory continues into autumn. If autopsy results of a body recovered off Barnegat Light today point to a weekend swimming-related death, it would be the fourth, along with fatalities in Seaside Park, Point Pleasant Beach and Long Branch.
A Manchester woman is hospitalized after a crash that flipped her car twice. Police said that Anne Corey was trapped in her car after it hit a parked vehicle, turned on its side, then overturned again after rebounding off a curb.
The Yankees' 11-3 demolition of Kansas City at the Stadium today catapulted Aaron Judge into the MLB record books. He slugged home runs number 49 and 50, eclipsing Mark McGwire's 1987 mark for rookie-season dingers.
A Democrat hopeful for higher office seeks to abolish PARCC test passage as a requirement for high school diplomas. Senator Shirley Turner's bill would relax the
No charges have been filed connected to the death of a Toms River man, hit by a car while walking his dog Saturday evening. Police are trying to determine whether Joseph Bartolotta or the driver had the right of way when the 81-year-old crossed a street.
Viral meningitis strikes the Lacey Township school district. Parents were notified by the superintendent of a student's condition, though the student's identity and the school in question were excluded from the memo.