What the Jersey Shore’s Circus Drive-In meant to generations of patrons, workers
Word of the iconic Circus Drive-in on Route 35 in Wall Township going up for sale is hitting employees and customers hard and stirring feelings of nostalgia.
Jersey Shore police officers to help with security at Trump inauguration
The Wildwood police officers won't know their responsibilities until they arrive in the nation's capitol.
Ocean County may have suffered more than 200 overdose deaths in 2016
As New Jersey's heroin and opiate epidemic worsens, a task force is assembling to tackle the problem.
Chickenpox spreads among dozens of unvaccinated kids in Lakewood
Exposure to chickenpox can be dangerous, Ocean County health officials warn.
New Year’s on a weekend — NJ cops worried about more drunk driving
With the upcoming New Year's holiday falling on a weekend this year, there's greater concern that accidents from impaired driving could increase in New Jersey.
How to make a 2017 resolution you won’t give up on before February
Psychologists in New Jersey say there are ways to successfully fulfill promises made for 2017.
Your guide to holiday tipping in New Jersey
If you've got good relationship, you might tip more ... but where do you start?
How to prevent your Christmas tree from drying out too soon
If you're buying a real Christmas tree this year, there's a few things you should keep in mind.
Hit-and-run driver wanted in fatal pedestrian crash in Toms River
*Editor UPDATE: 6PM on November 23: The suspects car may also be a late model Nissan Altima or a Blue Infinity Sedan. Article first written on November 23, at 8:06 AM. Toms River police and the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office are looking for a driver of a newer blue Infinity sedan wanted for allegedly leaving the scene of a fatal accident Tuesday night...
This 80s party drug is making a NJ comeback
The heroin epidemic has been at the forefront of New Jersey's war on on drugs, but another drug is on the rise.
NJ Poison Center warns of Halloween dangers in unexpected places
Glowsticks. Flashlights. Even perfectly packaged, secure candy can cause a bad reaction. Do you know what to do?
Thousands of Jersey Shore residents still not home 4 years after Sandy
As the four year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy approaches this month, a number of impacted families from Monmouth and Ocean counties remain displaced. "Of the 260,000 households that were affected by the storm, there are still several thousand that have not been able to return home," said Maureen Mulligan, executive director for Coastal Habitat for Humanity based in Spring Lake Heights