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.
Howell Township police debut digital, anonymous crime tip line
Reporting a crime or suspicious activity in Howell Township is easier and more direct than ever, with the addition of a digital connection to township police.
Brick Township sets up safe zone for online deals
Online buyers and sellers, who need a place to complete the deals in-person, now have one in Brick Township, well-lit, fully monitored, free of charge, and right next to police headquarters.
Townsquare Tonight Town Hall – chilling, yet hopeful look at opiate addiction
Part passionate plea, part confessional, part hope, part determination - attendees in Monday's Townsquare Tonight Town Hall on substance abuse saw the darkest section of the tunnel, and the faint, distant, but reachable, light at the end of it.
Sexting is Ocean County Prosecutor’s next cautionary tale for teens
Sexting - and its consequences - form the focus of the newest video in the Right Turns series from the office of Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D.Coronato.
Have you seen her? Missing Millstone teen considered at risk
A Millstone 14-year-old, considered at-risk and missing since March 1, is the object of a broadening search and a plea for information by New Jersey State Police.
What’s the best way around Asbury Park during Sunday’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade?
Amid all the festive costumes, bands, floats and hoopla of Sunday's St. Patrick's Day in Asbury Park, there'll be lots of flashing lights - atop squad cars and maintenance vehicles as roadblocks rise around the route.
Glimmer Glass Bridge between Manasquan and Brielle closed Monday
Routine maintenance on one of Monmouth County's historic bridges will mean traffic detours between Manasquan and Brielle on Monday, March 13.
How’s the quality of life in Middletown? Your chance to weigh in arrives March 15
Middletown residents who enjoy life in the community - and those who see room for improvement - are equally invited to engage township officials in discussion, March 15 in the Bayshore.
What kind of torpedoes did demolition workers in So. Toms River find?
Razing old properties is sometimes like rediscovering history. A demolition team in South Toms River got more than it bargained for, when they scraped away soil from a pair of torpedoes.
Missing Springsteen carving found in Asbury drug and weapons raid
The unique wood-and-metal likeness of Bruce Springsteen that was reported stolen from an Asbury Park housefront last November resurfaces...amid a stash of weapons. crack, opiates, electronics and jewelry in a city apartment, according to police.
Body discovered in Shark River Park
A body, found today in Shark River Park in Wall Township, is under investigation by Monmouth County authorities.