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Swastikas drawn on parts of Long Branch park, police say
Police are looking for a suspect who painted swastikas on West End Park near Chabad of the Shore.
Wild West, Frontier and Cowboy City: Whatever happened to these Shore tributes to the old West?
Judge Russo’s fate hangs in the balanceMembers of the Senate Judiciary Committee had great hopes for John F. Russo Jr. when his judicial nomination came before them. 3 days ago
Belmar sandcastle contest fills hot beachesTake a tour of the annual sandcastle contest on the Belmar beach. 4 days ago
Get to know NJ’s ling: Why people travel miles for this ‘ugly’ fish you’ve never heard ofSubscribers Only: There are people who will get in their car at 4 a.m., drive from Philadelphia to the Shore, pay $75 to board a party boat, just to catch ling. Culture | 3 days ago
Cownose rays are back in the N.J. surfThe wing-tipped sea creatures with the big snout have been spotted in the surf Animals | 4 days ago
Fire levels ‘old Shaheen property’ in West Long Branch"An awesome job by all and a very long night for them," the borough's Office of Emergency Management posted on Facebook. Emergencies | 4 days ago
Get $10 Amazon gift card for Shore blood donationThe Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders is hosting its annual summer blood drive on July 31. Donors can receive $10 Amazon gift card and more. News | 4 days ago
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Scammer posing as Long Branch cop tells woman she is $1.6B in debtCity police are warning the public after a woman reported getting a phone call from a scammer posing as a Long Branch police officer Monday. LONG BRANCH | 4 days ago
Abandoned mansion destroyed in overnight West Long Branch fireAn overnight fire ripped through an abandoned home set back off Norwood Avenue in West Long Branch. 5 days ago
Flood insurance reform: How high will premiums rise?Congress is again working to reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program but advocates worry that a House bill would allow premiums to soar. PERSONAL FINANCE | 5 days ago
Colts Neck murders: Caneiro charged with insurance fraudThe indictment alleges that he collected disability payments for a car crash while continuing to work, receiving payments through his wife. Courts | 5 days ago
Route 34 closed in HowellIn a Facebook post police said a utility pole and wires were down and the road would be closed "until further notice." Commuting | 5 days ago
Neighbors wary of Red Bank apartment complexA public hearing got underway for a developer's plans to build a 210-unit apartment complex with office and retail space along one of Red Bank's busiest intersections. RED BANK | 5 days ago
Ocean Town Center developer could wrap up case tonightThe public hearings are winding down on the Ocean Town Center proposal. A vote could be days or a few weeks away. Redevelopment
Highlands fire displaces family of four, injures firefighterThe fire erupted on Fourth Street late Saturday night, according to the Highlands Fire Department. Emergencies
Nature, not homes, in flood-prone portions of Monmouth Co.?NJ is crafting a plan that, if adopted by towns in Monmouth County, could move hundreds, maybe thousands, of people out of flood-prone neighborhoods. ENVIRONMENT
Will Red Bank apartments worsen Rt. 35 traffic?Traffic congestion is a key issue surrounding plans to build a 210-unit apartment complex plus office and retail space in downtown Red Bank. RED BANK
Monmouth, Cape May sheriffs defy NJ AG, extend jail contracts with ICEThe Monmouth and Cape May county sheriff's departments quietly extended agreements with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement earlier this year. MONMOUTH COUNTY
Monmouth County SPCA shelters dogs that would have been eaten in Chinese festivalThe dogs were rescued from Yulin, Quangxi, China, through the organization No Dogs Left Behind. Pets
Neptune shooting: 1 victim treated and releasedThe prosecutor's office initially said Monday morning that the shooting was in Neptune City, but later confirmed that it had been in Neptune Township. JERSEY MAYHEM
Full dinner for $9 in Asbury Park, but there is a catchFull dinner for $9 in Asbury Park, but there is a catch - you need to have four legs at Kim Marie's Eat N Drink Away.
Authorities at scene of Aberdeen home fireAuthorities are investigating a fire on Phillip E. Frank Way in Aberdeen. Emergencies
Ocean Grove marks 150 years, nation’s independence with paradeThe annual Ocean Grove Independence Day Parade weaved it way through the community on Saturday. OCEAN GROVE
‘Pizza Pope’ to appear on NBC’s ‘Today Show’Anthony Mangieri, the Jersey Shore native who is regarded as one of America's top pizza makers, is scheduled to appear on NBC's "Today Show' Saturday. Dining
Six times Bruce Springsteen surprised Jersey Shore club-goers in JulyJuly has been a fruitful month to catch a Bruce Springsteen surprise club appearance. Here are six times the magic happened. Music
NJ judge gave teen pass on sex assault charge because he’s from ‘a good family’A state appellate court has criticized a Monmouth County judge for his handling of an alleged sexual assault by a 16-year-old Eagle Scout. MONMOUTH COUNTY
800-pound great white shark Miss May surfaces on N.J. coastThe great white shark swam up from Florida Animals
Trump offshore drilling plan frightens NJ business, environmentalistsNew Jersey's environmentalists and business advocates join forces to block an offshore drilling proposal. ENVIRONMENT
Mother of slain son confronts murderer in courtThe murder sentencing for Calvin Johnson got emotionally charged Wednesday during victim impact statements.
Belmar woman struck, injured crossing streetA Belmar woman was hit by a vehicle as she crossed the street Monday. Police say she's in critical condition. Belmar
Fort Monmouth theater, key piece in entertainment district, up for saleA new arts and entertainment facility is envisioned on the decommissioned Fort Monmouth land. Redevelopment
Cat revived by CPR in Toms River apartment fireFirefighters successfully revived a cat who was apparently overcome by smoke as a result of a cooking fire in a Toms River apartment on June 26. TOMS RIVER AREA
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