Michael Russo of Jackson Liberty is the first semifinalist from the Shore at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. He will be joined by four others.
Cops say Kevin Carter of Keansburg punched woman in the face after she complained cocaine he sold was ground-up soap
A woman who complained to her drug dealer that he had sold her grounded-up soap instead of the crack cocaine she had paid for was punched in the face after she confronted him, according to police.
It was a training session that involved soldiers, horses, donkeys and mules.
You've sent in your photos this week and we've collected them here in this gallery!
Authorities seized four dozen bricks of heroin in a Friday afternoon raid at a West Sylvania Avenue apartment.
A car struck a divider near the Asbury tolls on the Garden State Parkway south Saturday morning after 10 a.m., police said.
Four adults were displaced by a fire that broke out on Wyckoff Mills Road early Saturday morning, according to Laura Steinmetz, a spokeswoman for the American Red Cross Jersey Coast Chapter.
Crews from the New Jersey Forest Fire Service will be conducting a controlled burn at Monmouth Battlefield State Park on Saturday, according to Michael Timpanaro, a historian at the park.
Two Ocean County residents were charged with driving while intoxicated early Saturday morning.
Warmer temperatures will make their way into the area today, as there will be mostly-sunny skies with a high near 49 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
Start your day by quickly catching up on the latest news from around the Shore and the world.
Plus, students get to build things
Thomas Scalgione of Stafford was sent to jail for six months on Friday, but his accomplice, Mark Niemczyk of Tinton Falls, escaped a jail term when a judge sentenced the pair for collecting thousands of dollars in donations in a 9/11 scam on the guise that it would go to help families of those killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Township workers started to remove equipment from a closed Port Monmouth skate park Thursday, but it's not going without a fight.
Michael D. Davis, 33, of Asbury Park is in the Ocean County Jail after he beat and terrorized a woman who had a final restraining order against him, according to criminal complaints filed by the police.
Do you remember what happened five and 10 years ago? We do! Check out our gallery of happenings at the Jersey Shore from 2004 and 2009.
'Police officers must know they cannot assault defenseless individuals in their custody for no reason,' state Superior Court Judge Francis J. Vernoia said.
Zombies and a priest are expected to be part of the city's inaugural effort Sunday to celebrate St. Patrick, the Irish and all things green.
The Manalapan-Englishtown Regional School Board debated what days schools would close during the upcoming 2014-2015 school year.
Don't miss our video guide to all the local happenings this weekend, from entertainment to family-friendly events.