Generators: When needed, demand is high; otherwise, sales stagnant
JERSEY SHORE — After Hurricane Sandy hit two years, “generator” became one of the most popular buzzwords among the homeowners who endured days and weeks without electricity.
In the wake of the storm, because of the massive power outages, residents living along the shore scrambled to get their hands on a generator.
Hardware and home improvement stores had lines out the door, with hundreds of shipments of generators coming in ...
WALL TOWNSHIP — A Howell man was arrested last week following a report of lewd behavior at McDonald’s on Route 35, here.
On Friday, at approximately 4:30 p.m., authorities received a report from an employee at McDonald’s who described lewd behavior witnessed by an 8-year-old juvenile in the bathroom, near the sink, police said.
Gregory S. Rittman, 49, was arrested Friday afternoon following a joint investigation by members of the ...
JERSEY SHORE — With elections less than a week away, candidates running in municipal, mayoral and board of education elections have extended their outreach to local communities, and have increased last-minute campaigning efforts.
On Nov. 4, voters across the state and country will voice their opinions by selecting those they deem fit for public office.
For complete coverage of the local elections, see the town pages inside this edition of ...
BRICK TOWNSHIP — On Tuesday, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection [DEP] Commissioner Bob Martin gave an on-site update, here, on the $23.8 million sheet pile project that is nearly complete in Brick and Mantoloking after three months of work.
The last 45-foot-high section of marine-grade sheet piling was driven into the beach at the border of Mantoloking and Brick on Oct. 14. The project extends from Lyman ...
SPRING LAKE — Despite some residents’ concerns with adding more recreational facilities to Marucci Park, here, the borough’s governing body unanimously moved forward with a resolution authorizing a Monmouth County Open Space grant program application to do just that.
SPECIAL PUBLIC HEARING
The borough held a special meeting Tuesday night at 5 p.m., prior to its regularly scheduled council meeting at 7, for the purpose of holding a public hearing ...
More Local News Headlines
- Board candidate arrested in ’05, ’08; charges were subsequently dropped (Wall Township, 10/30/14)
- Three candidates to seek one spot on Spring Lake BOE (Spring Lake, 10/30/14)
- Petition deadline tomorrow (Belmar, 10/30/14)
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