Popular food truck opens in Brick this Friday
Foodies, the grand opening of the Empanada Guy's food truck in Brick finally happens this Friday, according to his Facebook Page.
Man shot in Lakewood home invasion
Three men allegedly forced their way into a Lakewood home on Eisenhower Street, shooting another man inside, then fleeing Monday night, according to reports.
The Presidential Primary and Sandy-related issues highlight “Ask The Congressman”
Don't expect Shore Representative Tom MacArthur (R-3) to publicly endorse any of the candidates seeking the Republican Presidential nomination just yet. MacArthur discussed his views on the Primary races on "Ask the Congressman" Wednesday night on News Talk 1160 & 1310 WOBM-AM wit…
GCU in Lakewood offers incentive to help boost enrollment
In a bold initiative, Georgian Court University in Lakewood is joining a small number of New Jersey Colleges and Universities now offering a two-year guarantee on grants, loans and scholarships as way of attracting more students to the private institution.
Lakewood house fire exposes possible illegal dorm
27 beds were found in a single-family Lakewood home that caught fire from a space heater Monday morning, according to Ocean County investigators.
Brick Township couple charged with home break-ins
37-year-old James Donegan and 35-year-old Amiko Donegan of Brick Township have been arrested in connected with a string of residential burglaries in the Green Briar Woodlands Retirement Community, according to Toms River Police Department spokesman Ralph Stocco.
Keeping the Joint Base viable and getting every superstorm-impacted family home highlight …
Protecting Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, vulnerable to another possible round of Base Realignment and Closures proposed in President Obama's budget for next year, remains a high priority for Shore Representative Tom MacArthur (R-3), who discussed the issue at length this week on "Ask …
Lakewood Township Committee mulls courtesy busing deal
A deal to avert Lakewood's courtesy busing crisis this month and continue providing some 10,000 public and private school students with transportation through June, continues to rest in the hands of the Township Committee.
Public hearing set on Toms River’s proposed real estate soliciting ban
Real estate agents would be banned from going door-to-door in Toms River for up to five years under proposed changes to the Township's "Cease and Desist" ordinance, designating two sections of North Dover off-limits to solicitors.
Permanent seat on radar for newly appointed Ocean County Freeholder
Virginia "Ginny" Haines already has her sights set on seeking a permanent seat on the Ocean County Board of Freeholders, after being appointed just over two weeks ago to succeed retired long-time member James Lacey of Brick.
Eagleswood School District attempts second referendum next month
Voters in the Eagleswood School District again will be asked to decide on a nearly $4.4 million referendum on March 8, six months after rejecting the same two-part measure seeking funding for facility upgrades and an addition to Eagleswood Elementary on Route 9.
NJ Homeless advocates continue seeking permanent shelters
As an annual county by county survey gets underway today to try and determine the exact number of homeless in New Jersey, advocates continue seeking permanent shelters, especially during the harsh winter months.