Stafford Teen Dead After ATV Accident
Grief counselors will be available for students at the Southern Regional High School today following the death of one of their own.
Ocean Gate Turbine Too Loud At Night?
The small community of Ocean Gate suffers a snafu with their first wind turbine and residents are now seeking more information.
School Bus Accident In Freehold
A bus has driven into a tree on Stillwells Corner Road and Saratoga Drive in Freehold.
Ocean County Officials Defend Airport Upgrades
Ocean County officials are standing by their plans to build a crosswind runway at the Robert J. Miller Airpark in Berkeley Township, despite loud and resounding opposition from local residents and environmentalists.
A Proposed Airport Runway Subject To A Hearing [AUDIO]
A controversial project at an Ocean County airport forms the basis of a public hearing next week.
Toms River Breaks Ground On Animal Shelter
After years of talking about it, there’s finally some action. Toms River Township gets set to build a new animal shelter. It would be constructed on Oak Avenue right near police headquarters and the justice complex.
Little League Sets New Bat Restrictions
In an effort to prevent injuries and deaths during Little League games, there are new requirements that will do away with several high-end composite bats.
Celebrating National Public Health Week – Part 5
As National Public Health Week comes to a close, we turn the fifth and final part of our series to mental and emotional well-being.
Celebrating National Public Health Week – Part 4
National Public Health Week continues for a fourth day. This time, we turn the focus on reproductive and sexual health.
New Report Shows Toxins In Jersey Waterways [AUDIO]
Here’s a story that will turn your stomach. A startling report shows some of New Jersey’s waterways are very polluted with dangerous toxins.
Brick Council Has Two Weeks To Shore Up Budget
In just two weeks time, Brick Township will formally introduce their spending plan for 2012. The council continues to work feverishly to stave off layoffs in the Department of Public Works.
Brick Looks To Save Dept. Of Public Works
It’s been a battle brewing in Brick Township for quite some time. Yet both Republican Mayor Stephen Acropolis and the mostly Democratic Council are working hard to try and keep the Department of Public Works intact and 77 staffers on the payroll.