Teens Implicated in Forked River Car Wallet Theft
Three southern Ocean County teens are implicated in the theft of a wallet and making over $000 dollars in illegal credit card purchases.
Pirates to Invade Barnegat Saturday
As you drive along Route 9 in the area of Bay Avenue in Barnegat this Saturday, you’ll notice a huge Pirate Ship blocking the Town’s main drag to celebrate a very special annual event.
Shore Town Wants Best Bathrooms Designation
If someone were to ask you what’s the scariest place to visit at any New Jersey beach? Hands down, most people would say it’s the bathrooms. However, the Borough of Belmar is paying attention to these little details in making it a favorite family destination.
Priest Arrested in Brick on Criminal Sexual Contact Charges
A Brick Township Priest is arrested for allegedly having criminal sexual contact with a mother and her teen child from his parish.
Big State Transition for Developmentally Disabled Children [AUDIO]
Thousands of New Jersey Families who have children with developmental disabilities are either filled with fear or anticipation as a result of big changes on the state level when it comes to the department now providing their services.
Brick Animal Cruelty Case Begins Wednesday
The animal cruelty case against a Brick pet store owner and manager heads to court this week and a special alternate prosecutor has been appointed.
What’s Got Pig Races, Amusement Rides, Entertainment and Food All In One Spot?
The 66th Annual Ocean County Fair kicks off this Tuesday at the Robert J. Miller Airpark in Berkeley Township. The family-friendly event that puts the spotlight on 4-H Fair projects, will also feature live entertainment, amusement rides, food and a host of attractions.
Outdoor Water Ban Lifted For Some Monmouth Residents
The outdoor watering ban is lifted for some Monmouth County residents. The good news applies only to all non-New Jersey American Water customers.
Join United Way’s Day of Action This Thursday
Volunteers will be fanning out through out Ocean County this Thursday to help nonprofit agencies with a wide variety of projects. It’s a part of the United Way of Ocean County’s annual ‘Day of Action.’
Lakewood Tent City Minister Arrested Again, Refutes Claims
Steve Brigham, the leader of Lakewood’s Tent City is facing another set of charges hours after he was released from the Ocean County Jail yesterday. Police confirm Steve Brigham was arrested on criminal mischief and additional witness tampering charges on Wednesday night.
Oyster Creek Opponents Voice Concerns at Public Forum
Opponents of the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant were able to vocalize their concerns and get a load off their chest. However, other than having officials from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission present as their sounding board in Toms River Wednesday night, little else was accomplished.
Stepped Up Police Patrols on Ocean County Beaches and Boards
New Jersey beaches were very busy with visitors trying to catch some relief from the heat. Seaside Heights Police Chief Tom Boyd says visitors have been very well behaved all weekend long.