Christie commutes sentence of Point Beach woman

POINT PLEASANT BEACH- As one of his final acts as governor, Chris Christie commuted the sentence of a borough woman serving a 40-year term...

Offshore drilling plans draw bipartisan fire

POINT PLEASANT BEACH — The all-Republican borough council and Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy do not agree on many issues, but there is one issue...

Hawaii vacation goes ‘ballistic’ for borough man

This story was written by Dylan Josephson POINT PLEASANT — Bob Obsuth was walking back to his hotel after a yoga class early on Saturday...

Improvements planned for Carriage Way stir concerns

SEA GIRT — A group of residents are concerned over the borough’s plans for Carriage Way. Carriage Way is a residential one-way road that goes...

Borough rides wave in opposing offshore drilling

. MANASQUAN - The borough council on Tuesday approved a resolution opposing offshore drilling. The resolution, No. 40-2018, was approved unanimously. All members except Councilman Joe Bossone...

Police: Jumper rescued from freezing Shark River waters

AVON-BY-THE-SEA — Three men sprang into action when a man was discovered floating in the middle of Shark River Tuesday calling for help. Mark M....

Be sure to clear sidewalks, park offstreet if it snows

BELMAR — Belmar residents who don’t clear their sidewalks or park on the street during a major snow storm may be subject to a fine. According...

Bradley Beach fined 114 for snow parking violations

BRADLEY BEACH — Roughly 114 summonses related to parking violations were given out by the Bradley Beach Police Department during the snowstorm on Jan. 3...

On MLK Jr. Day, Wall High School walked the walk

WALL TOWNSHIP — Wall High School hosted its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service event on Monday and collected thousands of...

Polesky wins back-to-back National Geograhpic Bees

BRIELLE — When Brielle students competed in the school’s competition of the National Geographic Bee on Thursday, Jan. 11, Alek Polesky came out on top. Alek,...