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Brick cops looking for gas station stabber Police are investigating a daylight stabbing at the K and D Gulf station on Burnt Tavern Road in Brick.
Chris Christie in Sea Bright last week: If John Wisniewski wants to succeed him as governor, he'd better stop at this red light.
As a small public college that targets top high school students, the College of New Jersey prides itself on high retention and graduation rates and regular recognition as a top economic value for families.
A woman attacked a friend who was driving her home from Atlantic City and then assaulted three police officers involved in her arrest, authorities said.
SPCA: Aberdeen man threw live cat in dumpster to die A witness caught the license plate number of an Aberdeen man seen throwing a live cat in a dumpster Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1tYGfqZ A township man put a live female cat in a closed plastic container and threw it in dumpster to die, authorities said.
According to Time Magazine, Cape May County is one of the most dangerous places in the nation for natural disasters.
Spring Lake sobriety checkpoint on Ocean Avenue The checkpoint will be conducted from 9 p.m. Saturday to 1 p.m. Sunday on Ocean Avenue.
A Port Monmouth man was arrested on August 27 after police executed a search warrant of his residence on Port Monmouth Road and charged him with drug offenses.
Earlier this week, the Monmouth County SPCA recognized three law enforcement officers for saving the lives of dogs in their communities.
Spider-Man "Passes the Baton" to Neptune Mayor Michael Brantley, center, and Tim Hogan, regional hospital president, Monmouth County, Meridian Health, in celebration of innovative cancer research.
Twenty years ago this month, a captain in the New Jersey SPCA went after a man who killed a rat and created a national sensation Jersey Roots: Requiem for a Jersey rat Twenty years ago this month, a captain in the New Jersey SPCA went after a man who killed a rat and created a national sensation Check out this story on app.com: ... (more)
A New Jersey town is getting $8.5 million to repair and expand a sea wall designed to protect it from future storms.
Life-threatening rip currents and dangerous surf conditions will continue to affect beaches up and down the Jersey Shore, weather forecasters say.
A Red Bank man who admitted he was responsible for the 2011 stabbing death of another Red Bank man was sentenced to 14 years in a New Jersey state prison, announced Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 05:34 am
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