TOMS RIVER, NJ – It was a horrible idea in April and now, New Jersey Assemblymen Gregory P. McGuckin of Toms River, John Catalano of Brick and James Holzapfel of Toms River
After watching last night’s council meeting as a resident of Toms River I am beyond disgusted and embarrassed at what I witnesses by elected officials that serve at the residents of our
TOMS RIVER, NJ – Mayor Maurice Hill is calling for the resignation of Toms River Councilman Daniel Rodrick. Hill remains furious after he Rodrick exposed a plan for Hill to hire his
TOMS RIVER, NJ – It started with a township council meeting in Toms River and it’s starting to grow into a very ugly scenario for the taxpayers of Ocean County and New
JACKSON, NJ – David Wildstein, editor of the New Jersey Globe reported today that tonight’s special council meeting in Jackson is to announce the resignation of Trump appointee Barry Calogero. Wildstein, a
TOMS RIVER, NJ – Toms River Councilman Daniel Rodrick made a startling revelation at Tuesday’s township council meeting, he has solved the mystery of the information leak in town hall and potentially
TOMS RIVER-Disgraced former Toms River Regional School District Superintendent Michael Ritacco, 72, has been release from federal prison and is now under the supervision of the Philadelphia residential reentry management field office.
OCEAN COUNTY, NJ – There is a call, mostly among Republicans and conservatives in and around the Jersey Shore to reopen parks. The shore is home to many spacious state parks, but
TOMS RIVER-At the April 14th, 2020 Toms River Township council meeting, Councilman Dan Rodrick (R) opposed a plan hatched by Mayor Mo Hill, township Democrats and Hill’s off-shoot Republican running mates to
TOMS RIVER-Ocean County GOP Chairman Frank Holman is probably the most disengaged Republican Chairman in the entire state of New Jersey and his political losses keep mounting. This time, despite henchman Jerry
LACEY TOWNSHIP-New Jersey Assemblyman Gregory McGuckin has a lot to worry about, especially when it comes to low-level offenders not being put in jail. Today, McGuckin and John Catalano, called by some
LAKEWOOD-There are now two distinct rifts growing between communities here at the Jersey Shore as we are midway through the second week of a state-imposed self-quarantine and shutdown aimed to stop the
BRICK, N.J. – Two New Jersey assemblymen from Ocean County have a message for out-of-area property homeowners, who have invested up to millions of dollars in vacation homes here at the Jersey Shore.
JACKSON TOWNSHIP-Jackson Township Mayor Michael Reina has fired longtime Director of Public Works, Fred Rasiewicz. Reina for years has complained about Rasiewicz’s performance in public and blamed many of the township’s problems
Mayor Maurice B. “Mo” Hill and The Township of Toms River has announced it will close all parks and playgrounds due the ongoing coronavirus shutdowns. “In following with Governor Murphy’s guidelines regarding
The following is an open leader to RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel: This week, Ocean County Chairman Frank Holman is pushing to become a delegate at the Republican National Convention August 24-27.
JACKSON-It hasn’t even been one year since Lacey resident Frank B. Holman, III, not to be confused with Frank B. Holman, Jr., took control of the Ocean County Republican party, but scars
The following is a letter submitted to Shore News Network and doesn’t represent the views of Shore News Network or its partners or affiliates. by Jimmy Roland As residents of Ocean County
JACKSON-In New Jersey politics, anything can happen at any time and usually when it does happen, there’s absolutely no shame involved. Jackson Mayor Michael Reina, a longtime ally of former GOP Chairman
JACKSON-When Frank B. Holman, III, of Lacey Township put his hat in the ring between the Jackson Township municipal government and Agudath Israel of America, a Jewish civil rights organization that defends
JACKSON-The Jackson Township Council has hired Gregory P. McGuckin as the township attorney to replace Jean Cipirani for 2020. McGuckin, a New Jersey Assemblyman and transition team leader for Toms River Mayor
JACKSON TOWNSHIP-According to meeting minutes released by the Township of Jackson, the township council will be hiring Gregory P. McGuckin, Esq of the lawfirm Dasti, Murphy, McGuckin, Ulaky, Koutsouris and Connors as
Lacey-The Lacey Township municipal government has indicated it is looking to hire a new general legal counsel in January and are leaning towards the more expensive bid of Dasti, Murphy and McGuckin.
JACKSON-Jackson Township has made it clear it no longer requests the services of former Gilmore & Monahan Attorney Jean Cipriani who has continued to serve the township in her new firm, Rothstein
ATLANTIC CITY-Public officials, community leaders, and elected politicians began their three-day visit to Atlantic City to learn about potential new services, ideas and to interact with those delivering critical information and possible