Police were called after one of two children at the home escaped to a neighbor’s house.
Police said the suspect came up behind a 37-year-old man as he was walking down the street and then bashed him in the head with a brick.
Shore communities all across the Tri-State Area were hoping for one last boost before the unofficial end of summer on Labor Day, but Mother Nature wasn’t cooperating.
Clouds parted and temperatures rose to the 80′s on Saturday as beach goers made one of the final trips of the season to the beach in Brick.
The stork – well, actually the hospital delivery room – is set to be busy in the Tri-State Area as the nine-month anniversary of Superstorm Sandy.
Gov. Chris Christie announced federal grant money has been made available for about 2,700 homeowners. Each homeowner will receive up to $30,000 in federal grant money to help them elevate their homes.
A teenage girl’s condition was reported as stable Sunday, after she was attacked with a brick in a Queens alleyway.
A 17-year-old boy has been charged with assaulting a teenage girl with a brick in Astoria, Queens this week.
A body was found off a major highway in Brick, N.J., this weekend, but authorities do not consider the death suspicious.
Coastal communities across the Tri-State area could experience minor to moderate flooding during times of high tide through Thursday morning.
A man working for a private company that was cleaning up debris spawned by Superstorm Sandy in Brick, N.J., was killed this week in a job-related accident.
Some helping hands in New Jersey have offered hope for a better new year following Superstorm Sandy.
Superstorm Sandy destroyed a home in Ocean County, N.J., but not cherished keepsakes.
Three FEMA mobile disaster units that were dispatched to Staten Island to assist Sandy victims were temporarily closed Wednesday due to the nor’easter.
The storm dropped 3.9 inches of snow in Central Park as of 11 p.m. Wednesday night. In fact, this storm was on track to be the biggest snowstorm on record in October or November. The previous record in Central Park for those months was 4.4 inches in November of 1989.