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Holmdel, NJ school board closer to amending transgender policy
HOLMDEL – Another Monmouth County school is ready to repeal its transgender policy but is considering a different approach to the issue of protecting the rights of both transgender students and their parents. The Holmdel Board of Education voted to repeal the state's transgender policy at Wednesday night’s meeting...
Vehicle Flips On Garden State Parkway (Developing)
The crash occurred at about 6 a.m. in the local lanes northbound South of Exit 116 (PNC Arts Center) in Holmdel Township, according to the New Jersey Turnpike Authority. The left shoulder remained blocked at about 10:20 a.m., 511nj.org reported. CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES. to follow Daily Voice Monmouth and...
These New Jersey Towns Got The Most Rain Today: NWS
The National Weather Service released a report of exactly how many inches fell across some parts of the state in the afternoon hours as responders worked to rescue trapped vehicles. Parts of Monmouth County got the most amount of rainfall, with 4.39 inches having fallen in Asbury Park and 4.18...
Storm worsens fears of homes collasping in Middlesex County
The homes in Middlesex County are located on Heather Lane.
Long Branch Declares State of Emergency
LONG BRANCH, NJ - The City of Long Branch has issued the following message to residents: Due to the current storm, the City of Long Branch has declared a State of Emergency. Multiple areas within the City have experienced flooding due to the recent rain and several roads have been closed due to flooding. Please use caution when driving and DO NOT attempt to drive on roads which are flooded as it is difficult to determine the depth of the water. If you experience a power outage, call 1-888-LIGHTSS or text 544487. The police department, fire department, and EMS are here to help you if you have an emergency. Please call 911 or 732-222-1000 to talk to someone in the Police Department.
Middletown's Seafood Scene: Exploring the Two Best Restaurants
In this article, we are excited to present two exceptional seafood restaurants located in Middletown. Have you had the pleasure to dine at either of these establishments yet? If you have, we would love to hear your experiences and thoughts in the comments section below.
NJ Man Charged With Impersonating Police Officer, Robbery
A man from Freehold has been arrested and charged in connection to two separate incidents, one where he allegedly impersonated a police officer. 46-year-old Anthony Burke of Freehold is facing one count of both fourth-degree impersonating an officer and second-degree robbery, plus four counts of third-degree possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Man charged with killing former N.J. HS football star
An arrest has been made six weeks after a 27-year-old man was shot and killed in Elizabeth. Maurice I. Pierce is accused of gunning down Jameer Outsey on Aug. 12 in the area of Broad Street and Magnolia Avenue, the Union County Prosecutor’s Office said in a statement. Outsey,...
Four Die From Fentanyl Sold By NJ Dealer: Feds
A federal judge in Newark ordered Mauricio Gutierrez, 50, of Somerset held following an initial court appearance on charges of distributing drugs that killed users. Special agents of U.S. Homeland Security Investigations Newark took custody of Gutierrez after he was busted selling coke in Piscataway on Thursday, Sept. 28, authorities said.
Jersey Shore towns brace for another round of heavy rain, flooding
Residents living in areas where they see water rising out of storm drains should be extra alert Friday during the morning and evening high tides.
Football: Holmdel keeps season perfect with shutout over Freehold Boro (PHOTOS)
Holmdel’s defense put on another dominant display to take a 31-0 shutout win over Freehold Borough, in Holmdel. Through five games, the Hornets (5-0) have conceded just 20 points, and the team has kept its opposition scoreless in 14 consecutive quarters. Matt Iulo led Holmdel’s offense with a pair...
Office building on the way to Marlboro; suites sold in Holmdel
What's Going There tracks all sorts of commercial development around Monmouth and Ocean counties. Last week, I wrote about a new shopping center, being built by New Horizon Properties, that has come together at the corner of Route 33 and Colts Neck Road in Howell. It's now fully leased with...
Winner: Powerball Lottery Player Takes Home $50K In Monmouth County
The winning ticket was among four in the state that matched four of the five white balls and the Power Ball drawn on Wednesday, Sept. 27, winning the second-tier prize. The winning ticket was sold at RS Fuel LLC, 70 US Highway 9, Morganville. The winning numbers for the Wednesday,...
Man Accused of ‘Severely injuring’ His Infant Daughter Back in NJ
A man from Monmouth County who is accused of severely injuring his own infant daughter during a domestic violence incident last month has been extradited back to New Jersey from Ohio and is now facing more charges. The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office says 20-year-old Byron M. Jovel-Barquero of Long Branch...
Hazlet has fun and educational events for seniors!
HAZLET, NJ: The town is full of fun activities on an ongoing basis for the whole family! Check out the October Newsletter with many things planned for seniors at the James J. Cullen Center. Special events include a Halloween Bash on Friday, October 13; Breast Health on October 4; Healthy Aging WISE workshops on Fridays beginning October 6; and Healthy Hop Transportation program session on October 12. There's also a busy schedule of daily events and the October Senior Nutrition monthly menu. Three ways to read the newsletter: -Pick up a paper copy of the newsletter at the Senior Center. -Read it now by clicking the image above. -You can also sign up for Notify Me e-delivery service to be alerted to the next newsletter, which will be published at the start of each month.
Rev Up for the September to Remember Street Festival & Classic Car Show!
🚗🎉 Gear up for a blast from the past! The September to Remember Street Festival, Classic Car & Motorcycle Show is roaring into town this weekend. Happening on Saturday, September 30, from 11am to 8pm, this free event is set to transform 301 N Wood Ave, Linden NJ 07036 into a buzzing hub of nostalgia and excitement.
Arts for Autism Event: Under My Skin For Life Gives Back to Oasis TLC
MIDDLETOWN, NJ: On Saturday, September 23rd, Under My Skin For Life Foundation held their annual Arts for Autism event. The event, held at the VFW Post 2179 in Port Monmouth, featured food, music, semi-pro wrestlers, a motorcycle run, vendors, and more! This year, the organization raised about $10,000 for Oasis TLC, a local nonprofit whose mission is to promote autism inclusion and acceptance and employs autistic adults to work on its farm.
Local Alert: Hepatitis A Case Reported at Asbury Park Eatery, Monmouth County Health Department Responds
On September 27, 2023, the Monmouth County Health Department (MCHD) in New Jersey addressed a Hepatitis A case at Cardinal Provisions, a food establishment in Asbury Park. A healthcare provider reported the case after a staff member tested positive for the virus. The MCHD inspected the establishment and found no food safety violations. The establishment voluntarily closed until all employees were vaccinated.
Shrewsbury Grandma Wears Birthday Suit To Meet ABC's 'Golden Bachelor'
Theresa Nist certainly dressed for the occasion. The premiere filming of ABC's "Golden Bachelor" happened to be the Shrewsbury resident's 70th birthday. And so, she came in none other than her birthday suit (well sort of), hoping to make a lasting impression on the Golden Bachelor himself, Gerry Turner. Turner...
Celebration of Progress: Reserve today for Hazlet's Hope Network's 5th Annual Gala
HAZLET, NJ: Join Hazlet's Hope Foundation in honoring local greats, today we are highlighting Raritan High School's Coach Nucci. He is being honored for his outstanding work beyond the wrestling room, including his support for former wrestlers in addiction recovery. Coach Nucci's dedication and passion have touched countless lives, both on and off the mat. He goes above and beyond, guiding us in training and instilling values of discipline and sportsmanship. But his impact doesn't stop there! Coach Nucci selflessly helps former wrestlers navigate addiction and recovery, offering support and belief in their potential. Nucci is passionate, no doubt saving lives, and healing families. Let's show our gratitude for his extraordinary efforts! Reserve the date today: October 11, 7pm, at The Gramercy At Lakeside Manor. Join a fantastic group of people to celebrate Coach Nucci's achievements and express appreciation for his invaluable work. Purchase tickets on line; https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTg3ODIz To learn more about Nucci, watch this video and see how passionat Coach Nucci is. Note that since this video the number of deaths has at least doubled in the Bayshore: