Former GOP Leader Sentenced To Prison, Appeal Likely

TRENTON – The former longtime head of the Ocean County Republican Party was sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison...

OCHD Offering Free Diabetes Program At WalMart

  OCEAN COUNTY – Learn how to shop healthy on a budget with the Ocean County Health Department Diabetes Prevention and Control...

Flood Insurance Will Be Discounted

  BERKELEY – Shore homeowners will see a discount in their flood insurance rates as Berkeley has improved their flood management program in town.

Curtain Opens For OCVTS Performing Arts Academy

TOMS RIVER – They arrived by bus and car and entered with excitement for their first day of class in the brand...

Now Hiring: Micromedia Seeking F/T Graphic Designer

Micromedia Publications, the publisher of seven weekly newspapers in Ocean/Monmouth and the hyperlocal website Jersey Shore Online, is seeking an innovative &...

Traffic Stop Leads To Arrest, Police Seize $6K In Drugs

  MANCHESTER – A Bayville man was arrested on drug charges following a motor vehicle stop, leading to the seizure of approximately $6,000 in...

Beachwood Police Welcome New Chief

  BEACHWOOD – Beachwood Police Department welcomes its newest Chief of Police Glen DeMarco, sworn in on Jan. 6 by Mayor Ron Roma.

Prosecutor’s Office Establishes Anti-Vaping Taskforce

  OCEAN COUNTY – In the wake of what many have coined the “vaping crisis,” the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office is forming...

Crash Sends Three To Hospital

  TOMS RIVER — Three individuals were hospitalized following a collision on Route 70 last week, police said.   On Thursday,...

Central Regional Presents “Willy Wonka Jr.”

  BERKELEY – Come out to see Central Regional Middle School Drama Club’s presentation of “Willy Wonka Jr.” on January 17 and 18 at...

Should Public Records Law Be Changed?

  BERKELEY – The Open Public Records Act provides for transparency in government by allowing people to see official documents. However, municipal clerks from...

Car Strikes Pole, Drugs Found In Vehicle

  BERKELEY – Two individuals were transported to the hospital after their car struck a pole on Route 9, police said.

Planning Board: South Seaside Park Shouldn’t Leave Berkeley

BERKELEY – After five years of testimony, the Planning Board made a recommendation to the township that South Seaside Park should not...

Man Charged In Summer Shooting In Ocean County

OCEAN COUNTY- An Irvington man has been charged in a shooting incident that occurred in South Toms River over the summer, announced Ocean...

Dope On A Rope: Dealers Caught Tainting Candy

FREEHOLD - Candy laced with dangerous narcotics was the root of a multi-state drug operation which Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced had...
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Jersey Shore Episodes Of Chef Ramsay’s Show To Air

  TOMS RIVER – Tune in next week to see some of our very own Jersey Shore spots highlighted on Gordon Ramsay’s hit TV...

Now Hiring: Micromedia Seeking F/T Digital News Reporter

Micromedia Publications/Jersey Shore Online, Ocean County's premier source for news and information, has a rare opening in the news department.

Injured Woman Rescued From Fire

PINE BEACH – Police reported that when they arrived at the site of a house fire, they found a 74-year-old woman on...

Animal Advocate: Neglect Law Needs Change

  OCEAN COUNTY – Residents seeking better care for animals have been vocal in the last several months about the need for new laws...

House Fire In Pine Beach Leaves Woman Injured

PINE BEACH - A 74-year-old woman had to be airlifted to a local trauma center following a house fire in the borough...

Complete Care Welcomes New Activities Director

TOMS RIVER – Complete Care Holiday City recently introduced new Activities Director Susan McNeil. Susan has been working in the Healthcare sector...

Artists Paint A Portrait Of Homelessness

SOUTH TOMS RIVER – They never craved the spotlight. In fact, they don’t want attention. However, they stepped out of the shadows...

Local PD To Undergo Accreditation Assessment, Public Comment

SOUTH TOMS RIVER - A team of assessors from the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP) will arrive on...

Bloody Burglary Scene, Suspect Was A Neighbor

BERKELEY - A township man faces a raft of charges, accused of breaking into a neighbors home, injuring himself in the process,...

Children Are The Shining Stars Of Holiday Party

  BERKELEY – There was food, gifts, song and dance, but the real star of the show was Santa Claus. At least, that’s...

Merry Christmas Editorial: Don’t Scrooge Up Your Holidays

Ebenezer Scrooge, upon reaching his epiphany at the end of “A Christmas Carol,” said “I will honor Christmas in my heart, and...

Another Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In Ocean County

BRICK - If you play the lottery, you may want to start buying your tickets in Ocean County if you don’t already...

Ocean County Challenges State On Senior Funding Loss

TOMS RIVER – If there’s one theme that can be seen this year, it’s that local officials have been questioning the state...

Final Questions As Part Of Town Tries To Leave

  BERKELEY – All the testimony has finally been given. Witnesses have spoken and many documents were entered in as evidence. The decision as...

Clean-Up Near Trestle Commended

  BERKELEY – The iconic trestle on the border of Berkeley and Lacey has always attracted young people. While some of them cause all...

South Toms River Police K9 Loki Receives Body Armor Donation

SOUTH TOMS RIVER - South Toms River Police Department’s K9 Loki has received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a...

Eight Ocean County Residents Arrested In Drug Bust Near School

BERKELEY - Police arrested eight individuals from Berkeley, Toms River and Barnegat on drug charges following an investigation into illegal activity at...

$500K Lottery Ticket Sold In Ocean County

PINE BEACH – Another stroke of good fortune in Ocean County!    Another big winning ticket was recently sold at...

Town Clarifies Opposition To Vaccine Bill

BERKELEY – The Township Council still expressed opposition to a bill eliminating religious exemptions to vaccines, but explained further why they feel...

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