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Top 4 places in NJ to get the best sushi

As you know, I am a big believer in a high-protein diet. Meats, fish, and eggs all top the list for me and my family. One of my favorites, partly because of the wasabi component, is sushi. There are some great places around the Garden State for you to enjoy.

Ocean County woman turns 106

LAKEWOOD, NJ – Six years ago, Lakewood resident Jeannette Mazur, a resident at the Harrogate Senior Living Community in Lakewood, turned 100. Her birthday was met with great fanfare, and this week, Jeannette turned 106. A former Rutgers University Student who was born in Newark, she spent most of her life in Union County before spending twelve years between Iowa and Illinois. Now, she has lived at Harrogate for the past 19 years. On November 23rd, she celebrated her 106th birthday. She was born in 1916. The post Ocean County woman turns 106 appeared first on Shore News Network.

What Do Disney, South Jersey, And Christmas Pajamas Have In Common?

It's time to fess up, South Jersey. I've figured it all out!. This is the time of year when everyone starts posting all of the wonderful festivities they're doing with their close family and friends. The holiday season is the epitome of oversharing on social media; tell me I'm wrong. People post EVERYTHING. All decorated for Christmas? Shared it. Kids got their pictures taken with Santa? Shared it. Baked cookies for the first time this season? Shared it.

SHOCKING: Ocean County Employee Put Up Skit Poking Fun at Jews in Lakewood, Former Employee Alleges [UPDATE – COUNTY INVESTIGATING] [PHOTO]

An Ocean County employee allegedly poked fun of Jews during a skit he put up in an Ocean County garage, a former County employee who witnessed the event recently revealed. On January 30, 2018 Arthur Reece, who at the time was in charge of the roads in Lakewood, Jackson and Plumsted, allegedly put on a skit in the Plumsted garage.

Missing Howell woman found dead in friend’s basement

Editor’s note: This story was originally date-lined Howell, NJ incorrectly. It has since been corrected to Howell, MI. HOWELL TOWNSHIP, MI – A 59-year-old woman who was the focus of a township-wide search over the past five days has been found. Police said Kelly Dorsey, 59, went missing on September 4th. A community-wide search was conducted over the next five days. On September 9th, she was found dead in a friend’s basement laundry room. She was found at around 8:30 am by the friend, whose name was not released. Police said Dorsey entered the man’s home and went to the The post Missing Howell woman found dead in friend’s basement appeared first on Shore News Network.

Specialty Supermarket to Move Into Former Brick Pathmark Site, Opening in 2024

A specialty supermarket based in Monmouth County will move in to the space formerly occupied by Pathmark. Livoti’s Old World Market announced over the recent Thanksgiving holiday that they would be opening a fifth location in Brick Township. The market currently operates stores in Aberdeen, Marlboro, Freehold and Middletown, all located in Monmouth County. The Brick location will hold a liquor license – the same license that was slated to be utilized by Corrado’s Market, another specialty supermarket that had been poised to occupy the space before a dispute over back rent ended the venture before it started.

Dozens of Neglected Dogs, Cats Cared for at Manahawkin Shelter After Removal From ‘Horrific’ Conditions

Cleaned of encrusted feces, dogs that were rescued from tragically overcrowded conditions in Brick settled into a warm rest in blankets donated by an outpouring from Southern Ocean County residents, reported volunteers from the Friends of the Southern Ocean County Animal Shelter on Monday. After emergency care and bathing, “they...

Traffic Light Coming Soon to Park Avenue And East 7th Street in Lakewood

The planned traffic light at the intersection of 7th Street and Park Avenue in Lakewood is happening soon, Mayor Ray Coles confirmed to TLS. The Lakewood Township has received bids from four contractors regarding the planned improvements for Park Avenue and East 7th Street intersection, one of the most congested intersections in the town.

Shelters Caring For Animals Rescued From Brick Home

OCEAN COUNTY – The 175 malnourished dogs and cats evacuated from a home at 111 Arrowhead Park Drive in Brick Township are receiving care from the Ocean County Health Department. Ocean County Health Coordinator Dan Regenye said the department was taking care of 175 of the 180 animals brought...

Unity Bank Opens New Lakewood Branch, Cites Township’s Exploding Growth

Unity Bank has opened a new full service branch in Lakewood at 1255 Route 70, expanding its branch network to Ocean County and the state’s fastest growing municipality. “Ocean County has lost almost 25% of its bank branches in the past decade and county officials are concerned that senior citizens in the county are underserved by the current population of banks,” Unity Bank President & CEO James Hughes explained in a statement.

Should Access To Records Come With A Cost?

BERKELEY – The Township Council once again asked for a change in the state law that allows people to have township officials retrieve public documents for them. The Open Public Records Act allows people access to town information, but some say that it is being abused. Several members of the governing body and administration spoke recently about how they feel strongly that government should be transparent. However, there has been an unintended cost that is being passed on to the taxpayer.

Cops Ask For Help Finding Burglars

BERKELEY – Township police are asking the public to help them identify suspects in a burglary of a residence on Lena Lane. Two males broke into the house through a locked rear window at around 2:40 p.m. on December 2, police said. A neighbor spotted one of them – the one in the gray sweat shirt – walking in front of the house about 10 minutes prior.

Brick Hosting Annual Christmas Light Decorating Contest

Brick Township is hosting its annual Christmas light contest, and residents have one more week to channel their inner Clark Griswold and get decorating. The township announced the contest this week. Residents can enter by registering online or calling town hall at 732-262-1044. After registering for the contest, residents should send one or two of their best photos (photos only – no videos, the announcement said) of decorations with one’s name and email address to The contest is open for entries until Dec. 13.