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9 hrs ago | Red Bank Green
In a local event recorded for the ABC program 20/20, RFH senior Kate Sherman recently participated in an open forum with former Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice, who was fired from the program earlier this year for bullying behavior.
Should America's 11 million illegal immigrants be offered a path to citizenship?
Do You Know Which Congress Members Are Criminals?
14 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
Snow is expected to impact the morning commute today, as rain and snow are expected throughout the day, according to the National Weather Service.
18 hrs ago | Albany Times Union
Officer F. Sangi made the arrest. MEMORIAL DRIVE: City residents Eduardo Jose, 44, and Marcia Stano, 34, were charged Dec. 4 with second-degree strong arm robbery.
The West Neptune Homeowners Association will charge a $5 donation for entry to its annual holiday dinner at 7 p.m. Tuesday inside American Legion at 21 Gully Rd., according to a township news release.
If JoAnn Leone wins the MegaMillions jackpot, she wants to go to Hawaii. Beyond that, the 53-year-old resident of Neptune City has no idea what she would do with the unimaginable grand prize of more than $500 million, including whether or not she would move to Hawaii or just vacation there.
This opening marks the second location in the state of New Jersey, bringing America's favorite elevated sports tavern to 20 locations nationwide.
The 30-year-old man shot dead in front of his horrified wife Sunday in the garage of an upscale New Jersey mall was identified Monday as an attorney from Hoboken, a new report said.
The public is encouraged to provide gift donations. Volunteers who can dedicate a minimum of two hours per month also are welcome, according to a township news release.
December 13, 2013 - Neptune, NJ - Breast cancer patients are moms, wives, and caretakers.
Elm Drive has been closed between Cedar Terrace and Gully Road due to a water main break, police said.
As Nelson Mandela fought against injustice in South Africa during the early 1960s, Ermon Jones was waging his own struggle against discrimination, in the township.
What were the holidays like for a young Lenny Welch? "It was fabulous," said Welch, the music icon now known as Mr. Asbury Park.
Eight people were indicted Thursday on separate offenses charging them with possession of heroin, according to court documents.