For years now our radio station has been supporting a very special place that helps neglected and abused children and their families. But they still need money to complete this special place. Now you are invited to a wonderful event to help this great cause.
This beautiful boy from Spring Lake Heights stepped in front of a NJ Transit train and died. His mom, suffering any mother's worst nightmare, somehow found enough strength to get through it for the sake of her other two boys. And now she has published a book about her journey that she hopes will help others who may need it.
The kids are settling into their new classrooms and gearing up for another school year. Many parents think they may be past the back to school rush, but one Monmouth county mother got a school supply list that would make most jaws drop.
Recently, Abercrombie and Fitch came under fire over remarks their CEO made about not wanting overweight people to wear his clothing. Now Rue 21 is catching flack for a remark one of their employees allegedly made.
I remember reading the horrific and hate-filled anonymous letter sent to a mom complaining about her son with autism and being shocked that someone could be so hurtful. That mom has now written a response letter, and it's wonderful.
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