People in NJ get sick after reports of contaminated ground turkey
The products were produced between Dec. 18 and Dec. 29, 2020, according to the FSIS, which does not believe the products are available for purchase any longer.
Toms River man punctured woman’s tire, then kicked and spit at Jackson Police
A Toms River man who went on a anger fueled tirade is in a heap of trouble for puncturing a woman's tire and then assaulting several Jackson Police Officers.
One Of Six Women Who Suffered Blood Clots After J&J Vaccine Is Hospitalized In New Jersey
I was all set to get my Johnson and Johnson COVID vaccine the next morning and then the news scrolls across my phone that the J&J shots were on hold.
Friday NJ weather: Wraparound rain showers, then brighter skies this weekend
As a storm system departs, we’ll see a resurgence of clouds and showers Friday afternoon, before brighter skies and warming temperatures carry into the weekend.
Atlantic City casinos should remain smoke-free beyond pandemic, advocates say
Since reopening to the public in July, Atlantic City's nine casinos have been blocked from permitting their guests to smoke indoors, due to COVID-19 concerns.
610 Plastic Bottles?! A Special Thank You To The Jersey Shore’s Salt Water Warriors
I was recently scrolling through Facebook and I saw something that caught my attention. It's something that defiantly needs to be highlighted and recognized for all Jersey Shore residents to see. Most of us love the beach and we take pride in keeping our towns clean, so I think this is just the…
Elections occurring across NJ on April 20 — how to cast your votes
April 20 likely won't attract anywhere close to the number of ballots cast in New Jersey in November, but officials want to make sure you know that you may have an upcoming opportunity to vote on local leaders.
Play ball: NJ minor league teams set to return after 2020 hiatus
Going to a game is going to be different for many reasons, most related to COVID-19, but also because the very landscape of New Jersey minor league baseball has shifted since 2019.
Grewal says ‘de-policing’ a real issue after pot legalization law
State racing to develop training for police so they're comfortable with how marijuana and alcohol possession among youth are to be handled.