Toms River, NJ – Toms River Township Councilman Terrance Turnbach who won his seat on the Toms River Council in 2017 on a campaign platform of stopping “Lakewood style development” is now saying the advertisements and newspaper he approved in 2017 are anti-Semitic and shameful. Turnbach said he had nothing to do with his DemocratCONTINUE READING
This week, amidst a sea of other shocking and life-altering bills, political moves, executive orders, and scandals, both the House and Senate voted on and passed a law which granted Internet Service
Tests on several water sources on and off Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst show contamination from two chemicals contained in firefighting foam used on the base for decades, the base said. On base, some
BRIDGETON — A member of the state Pinelands Commission has filed a defamation suit against 14 people who she says have attacked her on social media because of her backing of a
There’s a new slice at the Jersey Shore, but it’s not like the usual local and New York based Italian pizzerias we’re all used to and the name doesn’t end in a
Six Flags Great Adventure celebrates 2017’s opening weekend April 1 and 2. Guests can enjoy their favorite attractions such as Kingda Ka, El Toro, Nitro and Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom. On the
Originally built in the 1950s, the Chadwick Beach Island Bridge has served the residents of the island well providing access from their homes to Route 35. It even weathered Superstorm Sandy in
TRENTON — Aetna, the second-largest health insurance company in New Jersey, notified 45,000 policy holders this month that unless contract negotiations improve soon with the state’s largest hospital network, patients will have
This year’s baseball season officially kicks off April 2, but excitement is already in the air. The sport, of course, is as synonymous with America as apple pie and July 4th. The
Heads up, MDL! Units from the New Jersey National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve will be conducting heavy and light weapons training beginning today through the weekend. Training is slated to run
A sleepover is a great opportunity for kids to bond with one another. It enables a child to practice good manners, learn social boundaries and — perhaps most important — make new
SEASIDE HEIGHTS-County and local officials estimate only about 400 to 800 people will be attending this weekend’s MAGA (Make America Great Again) March being held on the boardwalk in Seaside Heights. According
Opening Weekend – April 1 & 2 Six Flags Great Adventure celebrates 2017’s opening weekend April 1 and 2. Guests can enjoy their favorite attractions such as Kingda Ka, El Toro, Nitro
For the Eisenschmied Family of Jackson, NJ, the Eagle has landed – three times! This past Sunday, the youngest of the Eisenschmied trio of Eagle Scouts, Andrew, had his formal Eagle Scout
Press Release from Ocean County TOMS RIVER – Ocean County officials celebrated the first days of spring with a grand reopening of the Cooper Environmental Center at Cattus Island County Park, here.
Spring has sprung and now is a good time to start thinking about your summer arrangements for the kids. Jackson summer camp registration is going on now. Also, for your older kids (7th
TOMS RIVER-Have you ever dreamed of sailing the Barnegat Bay in pirate ship? Now you have that chance. The pirate ship “Pirate Time” is up for sale and costs just $195,000.
TOMS RIVER — Beach replenishment for the northern Ocean County peninsula is set to start the middle of next month, with Ortley Beach as the first spot to get the sand. State
ROXBURY – Officials rescued Sunday morning a deer stuck in a frozen pond for nearly 24 hours in Roxbury. The deer is out of the water but is struggling to walk on
EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ (Friday, March 17, 2017) – Quality Insights Quality Innovation Network, supported locally by Healthcare Quality Strategies, Inc. (HQSI), is continuing its partnership with Meals on Wheels of Ocean County
JACKSON-The Jackson Township clerk has announced the rescheduling of Tuesday night’s cancelled council meeting where the council was expected to vote on a controversial ordinance to ban dormitories within the township. The
JACKSON-The Township of Jackson, in New Jersey has been put on notice by a lawyer representing the growing community of Orthodox Jewish families within its borders. Robert L. Greene, a lawyer from D.C.
As many of you may have already heard this upcoming winter storm has the potential of hitting us with up to a foot of snow, heavy winds and hazardous driving conditions. Everyone
High winds and dry conditions have elevated the risk of forest fires today. Residents are warned against discarding smoking materials from their vehicles or in areas where conditions favor easily combustible material.
BRICK-For the past 12 years, International House of Pancakes (IHOP) has celebrated National Pancake Day by donating millions of dollars to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. This week, Brick Mayor John Ducey
The Toms River Police Foundation presents the Hope Center of Toms River with a $2,500 donation. It was a portion of the proceeds from their 18th Annual Jingle Bells Run 5K Race