Jersey Shore Business Owners Struggling To Fill Seasonal Jobs Blame $300 Federal Unemployment SupplementBusinesses at the Jersey Shore are struggling to fill thousands of seasonal jobs with summer right around the corner.
Prosecutors: Driver Who Struck, Killed 80-Year-Old Was Under The Influence Of Multiple DrugsInvestigators later learned the driver had removed heroin from his vehicle and hidden it before officers arrived on the scene.
Fire Destroys Home, Damages 3 More In Ocean CountyThe fire broke out at 11:45 p.m. and spread to three residences at Oceanfront near New York Avenue.
New Playground Honors Memory Of Slain TeenWith bags of cement on their shoulders, friends, family, and even strangers worked to cement Brendan Tevlin's memory into a playground in Lavallette.
Whoops! Road Sign In New Jersey Misspells Borough's NameA road sign in New Jersey is getting some attention for the wrong reasons.
After Losing Home To Sandy, N.J. Firefighter Loses New Condo To FireA firefighter who lost his home to Superstorm Sandy responded to a call last week, only to find his own new home was on fire.
Lavallette Rebuilds Boardwalk Destroyed By SandyOn Monday, Lavallette held a ceremony to officially reopen its boardwalk, three-quarters of which was wrecked by the Oct. 29 storm. Mayor Walter LoCicero said having a boardwalk has long been part of his town's identity.
Police Dispatcher, School District Employee Caught In N.J. Drug Ring BustA municipal police dispatcher and a school district employee were among 25 people hit with charges in New Jersey after authorities broke up an alleged drug ring.
Christie Pledges $200 Million In Federal Aid To Rebuild Vital Jersey Shore RoadwayChristie has set an aggressive timetable for the project and expects the rebuilding effort to be completed by the summer of 2015.
More New Jersey Towns Look To Become Their Own Utilities After SandyFor at least one New Jersey town, power was restored quickly and orderly after superstorm Sandy, and there is a very good reason.