Once again, Sue Volpe, a township resident with rheumatoid arthritis, is back on the road. Friends, family and people Volpe says she didn't even know rallied after a story appeared late last year in the Asbury Park Press about the theft of her newly purchased 2008 four-door, charcoal-gray Hyundai Elantra — with her wheelchair in the trunk. She told police the car was stolen from Howell Lanes on Route 9.
A checkpoint to detect drivers under the influence of alcohol and or drugs will be conducted from 11 p.m. tonight through 3 a.m. Saturday on Route 35 North. The checkpoint is staffed by the Monmouth County DWI Task force.
What a difference a week makes. Last week, I told you about our efforts to work with parents, school officials and educators to help improve the graduation rate and performance of students attending Asbury Park Public Schools.
Florida Georgia Line perform in a special concert as part of the Outnumber Hunger initiative benefiting food banks, sponsored by General Mills, Big Machine Label Group and Feeding America.
Charles Kelcy Pegler Sr., 56, of Spring Lake, president of Wall-based Roof Diagnostics Inc., admitted to providing false and misleading information to the business's workers' compensation insurance carrier to avoid paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in premiums.
On Tuesday afternoon, volunteer chef Tony Bello had 20 legs of lamb seasoning in pans on the prep table in the Jersey Shore Dream Center kitchen.
A crash on Alexander Avenue Wednesday night left 21-year-old Ronald Tremblay Jr. of Howell dead.
A Manalapan High School team took top place in the New Jersey Coast Robot Challenge earlier this month at Brookdale Community College.
Residents and fire fighters put township committee members on the hot seat Tuesday night demanding to know why Fire Company #1 was disbanded last week before elected officials took formal action to restructure the fire department.
The officer who was driving a township police car Wednesday morning when it slammed into a pole in a Route 66 parking lot 'was on routine patrol' when the crash happened, a township police department spokesman said.
The Asbury Park police department has launched an internal investigation into reports of police brutality against citizens during a large fight early Saturday on Springwood Avenue.
Richard E. Kinzler of Matawan was charged with armed robbery and weapons possession charges after he was arrested Wednesday for the robbery of gas station attendant in Keyport last week, said Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni.
Before Occupy Wall Street, before the 1960s' counterculture movement, there was the North American Phalanx.
The Rev. Al Sharpton, president and founder of the National Action Network, will deliver the keynote address Saturday during an urban empowerment summit here.
Police have arrested a tractor-trailer driver who was allegedly on drugs when he rear-ended a woman's car on a New Jersey highway, killing her.
The township is closer to learning whether its report, which conflicts with a state assessment on alleged dune failures on Island Beach State Park during superstorm Sandy, has any academic support.
While it's not the Pulaski Skyway, drivers in the borough will have a construction project in their way when a major intersection will be closed starting on April 21.
An environmental group and New Jersey fishermen are objecting to scientists' plans of a seismic sea floor survey, contending it could disrupt fishing seasons and the movement of marine mammals this summer.
Borough Council members on Wednesday night confirmed the appointment of four new library board trustees, who are, along with Mayor Pasquale Menna, enough to get the board running again after most of its members resigned earlier this week.
Oscar Prior-Ramirez of Eatontown as sentenced Thursday to 27 years in prison for killing his estranged wife, who was found buried in shallow grave off the Garden State Parkway in 2011.