JACKSON- NJ – Joseph Mazzella, a Jackson Township resident put the local school board on notice Wednesday night claiming that government entities are playing politics with the health and well-being of school children through ‘unconstitutional mask mandates”. Mazzella said he feels those decisions are counter to health and science. He claimed teachers are now takingCONTINUE READING
TOMS RIVER-Let’s face it, our local governments spend a lot of money each year on public information services. In fact, in Ocean County alone, there is over $1,000,000 in public funds spent
One was accused of bending back the fingers and rapping the knuckles of uncooperative students. Another allegedly helped kids cheat on state tests. A third robbed a bank. Last year, New Jersey
LONG BEACH ISLAND-For several years, it has been a hobby for many Jersey Shore residents and a nightmare for others, tracking a mammoth great white shark up and down the eastern seaboard.
BRIELLE-The Brielle Police Department, Fire Department and EMS responded to a vehicle fire on the 500 block of Fisk Ave. at 10:34 a.m. today. No injuries were reported.
A man has been charged with making terroristic threats after allegedly warning he was going to “shoot up” a march calling for stricter gun laws due to be held in Washington. Shane
Fire crews on Wednesday battled a fast-spreading blaze at a Lakewood building, at least the second major fire that came as a powerful winter storm brought snow and lighting to the region.
A nor’easter predicted to hit just days after a similar storm brought high winds and coastal flooding could spell erosion trouble for New Jersey beaches. While Friday’s nor’easter resulted in mostly minor
The man accused of killing Livingston native Brendan Tevlin three years ago in a terror-inspired slaying abruptly pleaded guilty during jury selection Tuesday to fatally shooting the Seton Hall Prepatory School graduate
by Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders TOMS RIVER-The Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders unveiled its 2018 budget that comes with a small decrease in the county property tax rate while
Reports on Facebook and Twitter are trending. A “huge monster” storm is heading for New Jersey this weekend, but a local and trusted amateur meteorologist says maybe not. Bob “Weatherman” Burger operates
TOMS RIVER-With a new governor in the Statehouse, Ocean County’s Republican-backed prosecutor Joseph Coronato’s job could be in jeopardy. Today, the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders is expected to sign a resolution
Despite its scenic Jersey Shore beaches, mountain destinations, pinelands and proximity to just about anything in New York and Pennsylvania, a study claims New Jersey isn’t exactly the place you want to stay
With the marijuana legalization debate set to heat up this year in New Jersey, leaders in two of the state’s highest-profile towns say they have no problem with weed businesses in their
On Tuesday night, the Travel Channel will air its episode of Andrew Zimmern’s show “Bizarre Foods:Delicious Destinations” filmed last year at the Jersey Shore. “Andrew Zimmern uncovers the boardwalk indulgences of the
For some, the evening commute on Monday could include some freezing rain and sleet. A winter weather advisory has been issued for central and southwestern New Jersey, from 1 p.m. to 9
Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs have filed a Complaint alleging that a South Jersey-based contractor used deceptive practices to obtain more than $348,000 in
Gov.-elect Phil Murphy and U.S. Sens. Cory Booker and Bob Menendez agree: The sole New Jersey Republican to support the President Donald Trump-backed tax plan needs to change his votes. The state’s
SEARCHING FOR the perfect holiday gift? Then shop smart and always be aware of your rights, said Freeholder Director Joseph H. Vicari “Not every holiday gift is the perfect gift,” Vicari said.
WHEN forecasters start using the s-word – snow – or other terms like wintry mix, Ocean County officials say the County road crews, buildings and grounds and other departments are ready for
SEVENTY-SIX YEARS ago this week, Imperial Japanese forces launched a sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, killing 2,403 men and women and launching the United States into the Second World War. Nearly eight
OCEAN COUNTY officials are hoping to make this holiday season the most wonderful time of the year for everyone and are asking for your help. “We are encouraging our citizens to help
TOMS RIVER – The Public is invited to join Ocean County officials, Toms River school children and assorted elves at the annual lighting of the county’s Christmas tree on Wednesday, December 6th
by The Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Joseph Vicari, Gerry Little PRIVATE BOWE BERGDAHL is a deserter and should be treated as such, not awarded $300,000 in back pay and a
In the upcoming days and weeks, downtown business districts and shopping areas – small and large – throughout Ocean County will come alive with the spirit of the holiday season. “No matter
SURROUNDED BY HEAVY EQUIPMENT and the sounds associated with it, Ocean County Freeholder John C. Bartlett Jr. took a recent tour of the Berkeley Island County Park redevelopment project to see firsthand