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Look: Deion Sanders Had An Interesting Guest Speak To His Team

Jackson State head coach Deion Sanders isn’t afraid to think outside of the box, and he proved that by bringing in a very interesting guest to speak with his players. Earlier this season, the Jackson State football team was greeted by Brittany Renner. She was brought in to discuss relationships and how athletes can educate themselves on this topic.
JACKSON, NJ
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Important Message from Lakewood Police Chief Greg Meyer

The following message was provided to TLS by Lakewood Police Chief Greg Meyer:. If you are leaving for Shabbos Chanukah, be sure to:. 1) Never leave home with candles burning. 2) Leave lights on in your home – preferably on a timer. 3) Check that your windows and doors –...
LAKEWOOD TOWNSHIP, NJ
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Brick holiday walk-through delights community

BRICK — A family in the Lake Riviera section of Brick Township has created a unique festive experience for adults and children alike to enjoy this season.  The home, located at 579 North Lake Shore Drive, features an eye-catching display of holiday lights. In the backyard of the home, there is an interactive walkthrough and a scavenger hunt for children to participate in.
BRICK, NJ
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Social media threat closes Manchester, NJ schools on Friday

MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP — All schools in an Ocean County township are closed Friday by threatening student comments on social media. A threat made by a student Thursday morning was investigated and determined to not be credible by police, according to a message from Superintendent David Trethaway on the district website. In the afternoon additional statements appeared online involving other individuals who claimed to know about a threat against the high school .
OCEAN COUNTY, NJ

Police find a large headless snake body

FORKED RIVER, NJ – During the afternoon of 12/1/2021, the Ocean Township Police Department received a complaint of a deceased snake near the baseball field at Tuomey Park. Ocean Township Patrol Officers and Humane Law Enforcement Officers responded and located a deceased, headless, four foot long snake which sustained additional injuries to it.
OCEAN TOWNSHIP, NJ
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Manchester Police Investigate School Rumors “Referencing Potentially Violent Event”

A rumor referencing a potentially violent event at a local school turned out not to be credible, police said. “In order to quell any further public alarm, the Manchester Police Department wanted to inform the community that yesterday we were made aware of numerous rumors, originating at the Manchester Township High School, in reference to a potentially violent event involving a gun taking place today at the High School,” police said. “The school administration and the Manchester Police Department worked together to gather all the information and speak to all individuals involved. Out of an abundance of caution, while the rumors were actively being investigated, the decision to close the schools was made by Superintendent Trethaway.”

RED BANK: NO DECISION ON HOUSE RAZING

The house at 26 Wallace Street, believed to have been built in 1889, would be razed to expand a parking lot under a developer’s proposal. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.) By JOHN T. WARD. A decision on a developer’s plan to raze a 132-year-old house in downtown...
RED BANK, NJ
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Little Egg man get 14 years in fatal stabbing

A Little Egg Harbor Township man was sentenced to 14 years in prison in a 2018 fatal stabbing. Kendrick Coley, 29, previously pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter in the death of Richard Pone. Police were called to a home in Little Egg at about 8:15 p.m. May 16, 2018, for...

New Concept Might Cut Down On Stinging Jellies

BERKELEY – A new plan might reduce the number of stinging nettles in the Barnegat Bay, and it’s being done for the first time ever in Berkeley Shores. The idea is to strike at the jellyfish when they’re at their weakest, as they are polyps clinging to bulkheads or other structures. Scraping them off when they’re young means, in theory, that there will be much less adults in the bay the following season.
BERKELEY TOWNSHIP, NJ
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