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Officials say it cost $8.4 million in overtime to plow snow and spread salt on the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway in 2013.
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Point Pleasant Boro's tax collector kept a fake urn of ashes and acted much like Adolf Hitler when she told workers she "exterminated" problem employees, according to a lawsuit revealed by The Asbury Park Press.
ASBURY PARK - Cookman Avenue down to Ocean Avenue was lined with thousands of people adorned in green celebrating the city's first St. Patrick's Day parade on Sunday.
No injuries were reported in the fire at the Sixty Acre Reserve development in Jackson, which broke out around 3:50 p.m. Saturday.
State police say a man was killed and two other people were injured when three vehicles collided on the Garden State Parkway in northern New Jersey.
Randy Thompson is on a mission to save lives. After enduring the loss of one too many loved ones from drug overdoses, the recent epidemic of heroin deaths hit home for the Asbury Park resident.
From The Asbury Park Press : The beach may be going smoke-free this summer. Mayor Matt Doherty said at the Borough Council meeting on March 4 that the council will vote on a resolution to ban smoking along the boardwalk and on the beach at its next meeting on March 18, according The Asbury Press .
We all know that iconic character known as Tillie who gazed down with crazy eyes for many years from the side of Asbury Park's Palace Amusements.
Numerous charges have been filed against an accused drug dealer who allegedly punched a woman who claimed the man sold her ground-up soap instead of crack cocaine.
What makes the Jersey Shore attractive to millions of visitors every summer could prove to be its worst enemy over time.
Thomas Scalgione of Stafford was sent to jail for six months on Friday, but his accomplice, Mark Niemczyk of Tinton Falls, escaped a jail term when a judge sentenced the pair for collecting thousands of dollars in donations in a 9/11 scam on the guise that it would go to help families of those killed in the Sept.
Zombies and a priest are expected to be part of the city's inaugural effort Sunday to celebrate Saint Patrick, the Irish and all things green.
Michael D. Davis, 33, of Asbury Park is in the Ocean County Jail after he beat and terrorized a woman who had a final restraining order against him, according to criminal complaints filed by the police.
Two different parts of the world - two very different types of performances - showcase the grace, athleticism and passion of two very different cultures.