Update: Surveillance photos from Howell armed robbery
In an effort to nail the suspect who held up a Howell Township convenience store at gunpoint before dawn Wednesday, police issue surveillance images of him and his car, and urge anyone who recognizes him to contact them.
Shore highways teem with Troopers Thursday – hurricane evac drill
The Parkway, Route 72, Atlantic City Expressway, and several other highways will see a massive turnout of police and traffic coordinators this Thursday. New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) and related emergency agencies roll out a full-bore hurricane evacuation exercise.
Shore communities receive state anti-litter grants
Ocean and Burlington Counties and six Ocean. Monmouth and Middlesex communities earn sizeable portions of more than $20,000,000 in state grants to keep control of litter.
Seaside Heights boardwalk melee under investigation
An alleged Memorial Day weekend late-night clash on the Seaside Heights boardwalk is scuttled quickly by borough police, who managed to retrieve some belongings that tied some of the combatants to North Jersey.
Bike auction Saturday in Monmouth’s Ocean Township
Bicycles that have piled up at police headquarters in Monmouth County's Ocean Township go to bidders, at an auction this Saturday in Joe Palaia Park.
Bear spotted in Middletown: second shore sighting in less than a week
Last week, Manchester...this week, Middletown is where a bear's been sighted roaming neighborhoods.
Route 33 closure in Neptune starts tonight
A sewer infrastructure project in Neptune Township forces the shutdown of a section of Route 33, beginning tonight at 9.
NWS Earle rapid-fire weapons drill begins Monday
Harbor security at Naval Weapons Station Earle takes the form of machine gun drills, May 8 through 12, in the waters surrounding the base's pier in Leonardo. Navy officials say it'll be loud enough to notice.
Point Pleasant man charged with planning bomb to support ISIS
A pressure cooker hidden in a bedroom closet leads to a Point Pleasant man's appearance in a Newark courtroom today, facing a federal charge of attempting to provide material support to terrorists.
Wakeup call works – SLEEPER graffiti suspect turns himself in
The social media buzz that grew after Brick Township police posted surveillance images of a suspected graffiti artist Thursday delivered the results they hoped. The man they sought walked into headquarters.
Vandal alert! Brick police issue wake-up call for Sleeper
A graffiti-happy vandal has tagged a bunch of buildings and vehicles in Brick Township with the legend "SLEEPER." Police plan to catch him napping, and if you've seen him, they hope to speak with you.
Not too late for summer work – Acme, McDonald’s lead May 6 job fair in Ortley
Think all the summer jobs at the shore are taken? Think again. Two major retail chains, anticipating a busy season, lead a cadre of local businesses seeking help at a job fair May 6 at the Acme Market shopping plaza on Route 35 in Ortley Beach.