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Cause Of Death Revealed For Ex-Yale Football Star Who Died During Navy SEAL Hell Week Training

The cause of death has been revealed for a former Yale University football standout and Navy SEAL candidate who died during "Hell Week" training in February. Kyle Mullen, age 24, of Manalapan, New Jersey, died as a result of pneumonia during the training at Naval Base Coronado in California, his mom tells NJ Advance Media citing an autopsy report from the Armed Forces Medical Examiner.
CORONADO, CA
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Demolition of Holy Spirit Church Sought

Whether you prefer classic Joni Mitchell or the Counting Crows version, Holy Spirit Church’s possible demolition calls to mind the lyric “they paved paradise and put up a parking lot.”. At least that is what may happen according to a developer seeking permission to demolish the century-plus Holy...
ASBURY PARK, NJ
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With dozens of new legal weed businesses about to open, N.J. cannabis industry abuzz ahead of July networking event

It’s been three months since New Jersey’s legal weed market opened to consumers, but industry insiders say there’s still so much more work to do. NJ Cannabis Insider, the state’s leading B2B cannabis trade publication and events group, is hosting its latest networking event at The Asbury in Asbury Park on July 14 from 6-10 p.m. Tickets are limited, and past events have sold out fast.
ASBURY PARK, NJ

Firefighters Extinguish Early Morning Deck Fire

BRICK – Multiple stations extinguished a second alarm deck fire that spread to a home on Toronto Drive Sunday morning, officials said. Fire District 1, Station 22 and 21 of Pioneer Hose Co #1 were dispatched around 3:24 a.m. to the home where a fire had engulfed an entire backyard deck and started to grow towards the rear of the home.
BRICK, NJ
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Toll Bros. announces opening of Regent Oaks at Freehold

Toll Bros.‘ newest 55-plus community is now open, according to a Friday announcement. Regent Oaks at Freehold‘s new single-family homes in Monmouth County are now available for potential buyers to visit the sales center and tour professionally decorated model homes located at 3390 Route 9 S. in Freehold.
MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ
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Authorities investigating home burglary in Lakewood

Authorities are investigating a home burglary that occurred in Lakewood. Police say the burglar apparently made entry through a window, and ransacked the home. The homeowners were not home at the time. The burglar stole a computer and left the home a mess, police say.
LAKEWOOD TOWNSHIP, NJ
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