JACKSON TOWNSHIP, NJ – Jackson Township Mayor Michael Reina, who is facing two federal civil rights lawsuits and multiple workplace lawsuits as mayor and at his $104,000 patronage job at Ocean County is listing his Hawkin Road home for sale. Related: FBI Probe Into Possible Corruption in Jackson Township Expands, Continues Reina, who was onceCONTINUE READING
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – Days after four men were shot and one killed by a bicyclist with a gun, a 22-year-old Atlantic City resident was charged for illegally possessing a gun after
A man with ties to Florida and New Jersey was arrested yesterday for crimes related to the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, which disrupted a joint session of the
TRENTON, NJ – If there was a movie to depict Murphy’s stance on rising inner city violence in New Jersey, it would be named “Don’t be a Menace in Atlantic City while
BRICK TOWNSHIP, NJ – Early Tuesday morning, State Police Troopers Ryan Koehler and Vincent Ferdinandi, of Point Pleasant Station, located a Golden Retriever that was reported missing out of Brick Township since
A shooting that left one person dead and another hospitalized early this morning is under active investigation, acting Union County Prosecutor Lyndsay V. Ruotolo and Elizabeth Police Chief Giacomo Sacca and Police Director
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, NJ – Detectives are searching for a young girl who was reported missing to Winslow Township Police on Saturday, June 12th, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer
Jersey Joe lays down the law about the differences between Taylor Ham and Pork Roll. Central Jersey doesn’t exist and it’s sprinkles, not jimmies.
SOUTH ORANGE, NJ – WSOU, a radio station based out of Seton Hall University calls it “Pirate Radio”. Catholic priests in New Jersey are calling it “Satanic Radio”. The station, which has
POINT PLEASANT, NJ – Do you miss the sounds of the Manasquan Inlet? Seagulls chirping, the water rushing and the sound of an endless parade of boats coming in and out? If
It was a hot night Sunday night, which according to Governor Phil Murphy, could have been the motive for a shooting in Atlantic City that left three wounded and one dead. A
TRENTON, NJ – If a Democrat-sponsored bill in Trenton passes and is signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy, dog owners who don’t have fences will be subjected to the same law
LONG BRANCH, NJ – A 7 foot long, 184 pound female great white shark named Martha has been spotted about 15 miles off the coast of Long Branch Tuesday morning. Martha, tracked
LONG BRANCH, NJ – If you’re paying close attention to what Governor Phil Murphy is saying these days, you might be somewhat frightened for what the future will hold in the Garden
TRENTON, NJ – The Pick-6 drawing on June 21 produced five winners of $5,432 for matching five out of six white balls drawn. One of those tickets was purchase with the XTRA multiplier making it worth $10,864.
RANDOLPH, NJ – The unwoke majority stood up to the woke minority in Randolph Township, New Jersey after the school board decided to drop the names of holidays for the 2021-22 school
TOMS RIVER, NJ – The community pool at Snug Harbor in Toms River could see access fees double. Tonight, the township will vote on an ordinance that will increase the current weekday
JACKSON TOWNSHIP, NJ – If you’re not connected to the township of Jackson and you submit a permit to build in town, the process could take months or even years. That is
New Jersey’s first Juneteenth state holiday is a lesson in American history, and Senator Joe Pennacchio said it is also an opportunity to unify the races.
Bipartisan legislation sponsored by Sen. Holly Schepisi that allows paramedics to administer buprenorphine was approved by the New Jersey Senate.
Mental health services in New Jersey schools would be enhanced under legislation sponsored by Senator Kristin Corrado passed by the Senate.
State residents with disabilities would have better access to adequate employment opportunities under legislation sponsored by Sen. Anthony M. Bucco and approved by the Senate.