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New Traffic Pattern Released for Toms River High School East
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New Traffic Pattern Released for Toms River High School East

December 17th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
TOMS RIVER-A new traffic flow pattern was announced today by Patrick Thomas, principal at Toms River High School East.  Beginning on January 5th, students and parents will be expected to adhere to a new policy which has the...
WOBM Christmas Basketball Tournament Begins This Weekend
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WOBM Christmas Basketball Tournament Begins This Weekend

December 17th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
TOMS RIVER-WOBM Christmas Tournament Director Kevin Williams is joined by TRRS Superintendent David Healy and Special Guest Speaker Lee Rubin at the 31st Annual Tip-off Brunch. The tournament begins this weekend at the Pine Belt...
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Ocean County Politicians Largest Benefactors of Illegal Birdsall Campaign Contributions

December 16th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
TOMS RIVER-A report by The Star Ledger today outlined the top 10 recipients of illegal campaign contributions by the embattled Birdsall Services Group.  The company directed employees to write personal checks to political...
19 Year Old Arrested for Alleged Sexual Assault of 14 Year Old Girl
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19 Year Old Arrested for Alleged Sexual Assault of 14 Year Old Girl

December 15th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
TOMS RIVER- Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit Detective Anthony Paciulli and Toms River PD Detective Jennifer Grob arrested Hernan Lokito-Flores, 19, of Toms River, charging him with Sexual Assault and...
 

Brick

Brick Police Seeking to ID Man Who Passed $1,300 in Counterfeit Bills at Verizon Store
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Brick Police Seeking to ID Man Who Passed $1,300 in Counterfeit Bills at Verizon Store

December 18th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
BRICK-The Brick Township Police Department is looking for the public’s help to attempt to identify a subject who passed counterfeit one hundred dollar bills at the Verizon Store located at 481 Route 70, Brick, NJ. On December...
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Brick Man’s Drug Sentence Overturned, Judges Cite ‘Post-Offense’ Conduct

December 18th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
Should a convicted criminal receive a lighter sentence if they’ve turned their life around in between their arrest and sentencing? New Jersey’s Supreme Court has ruled the factor must, at the very least, be given some...
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Crime in Brick: The Raw Numbers and What They Mean

December 18th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
Police in Brick Township are busier than ever, with calls for service set to reach a record high in 2014. But despite the workload, which includes everything from assaults, to medical calls, to car accidents, crime is trending...
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County Tweaks ‘No Stopping’ Regulations for Hooper Avenue in Brick

December 17th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
Ocean County has slightly modified the “no stopping or standing” traffic regulation for Hooper Avenue in Brick, the first update of the traffic code for the road since 1974. According to the new regulations, passed Wednesday...
 

Jackson

NJSPCA: Animal Cruelty Charges Filed in Jackson’s Dead Donkeys Case
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NJSPCA: Animal Cruelty Charges Filed in Jackson’s Dead Donkeys Case

December 18th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
JACKSON-The New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NJSPCA) has announced that charges have been filed after an investigation into the death of two donkeys here was conducted by the agency. “On December...
Jackson Business Delivers Thanks to Police and Fire Department on Thanksgiving
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Jackson Business Delivers Thanks to Police and Fire Department on Thanksgiving

December 17th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
On Thanksgiving Day, members of the Jackson Community volunteered their time to help feed some very special people in town. Paul and Eric Alders, owners of the Karate Dojo partnered with local business Glory’s Market and Deli...
Elms PTN Helps to Send Students to Princeton University
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Elms PTN Helps to Send Students to Princeton University

December 17th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
JACKSON-Through the generous support of the Elms’ PTN, this year’s fifth graders will be headed to the Princeton University Art Museum in January. At the museum, the Elms’ students will be viewing, discussing and writing...
Holman Students Changing the World One Pair of Shoes at a Time
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Holman Students Changing the World One Pair of Shoes at a Time

December 17th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
JACKSON-Mrs. Giovanni’s and Miss Lardieri’s 4th grade class initiated a school wide shoe drive during the weeks of November 12th – 21st, for SOLES4SOULS, an organization that distributes shoes to those in need in over...
 

Southern Ocean

Police Seeking to Identify Suspects in Home Burglary
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Police Seeking to Identify Suspects in Home Burglary

December 18th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
LACEY-On Friday, November 28, 2014, at 6:02 a.m., Officer Frederick Anderson responded to the 400 block of Riverview Road in reference to a residential burglary. The homeowner reported that upon leaving around 12:00 p.m. on...
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Woman Waving Rifle in Street, Arguing with Juveniles Arrested

December 18th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
BARNEGAT-On December 17th at 3:46pm the Barnegat Police Department received several calls of a female subject standing in the middle of Schooner Avenue waving a rifle. Multiple officers responded to the scene where they found...
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Barnegat Man Charged for Murder for 2012 Bar Fight

December 17th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
TOMS RIVER-Michael Lombardo, 39, of 13 Mast Drive, Barnegat has been indicted for Murder in connection with the death of Robert Bethanis. Mr. Bethanis died on September 19, 2014. Mr. Bethanis suffered serious injuries allegedly...
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Ocean County Politicians Largest Benefactors of Illegal Birdsall Campaign Contributions

December 16th, 2014 | by Shore News Network
TOMS RIVER-A report by The Star Ledger today outlined the top 10 recipients of illegal campaign contributions by the embattled Birdsall Services Group.  The company directed employees to write personal checks to political...

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    December 18th, 2014

    Boys Basketball – 2014-15 Preview: Class B North

    When it comes to classic Shore Conference basketball and long-standing rivalries, no division can match Class B North in a good year. With programs like Neptune, Red Bank and Long Branch as the traditional powers, the division has provided countless classic games and season-long rivalries...Read More