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Serious Crash Partially Blocks Route 35 (DEVELOPING)
A serious crash partially blocked Route 35 in Old Bridge, authorities said.The crash occurred at about 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 28 south of Route 689 (Lawrence Parkway), according to the New Jersey Department of Transportation.One left lane of two lanes was closed, 511nj.org reported.This is a devel…
New Jersey man shoots 3 of his relatives dead: police
A New Jersey man has been arrested after he allegedly shot three of his relatives dead inside a condo on Monday morning. The victims included two 72 year olds and a 38-year-old.
Experience Authentic Flavors at Hazlet's Top 3 Bagel Shops
In this article, we're exploring three delightful bagel shops in Hazlet. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? We'd love to hear about your experiences. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below!
A Journey Through Time: America's Oldest Running General Store
Nestled within the Middletown Village Historic District lies an extraordinary piece of Americana: the oldest running general store in the United States. This enduring establishment, in operation since the 1700s, provides a unique window into the nation's formative years, reflecting Middletown's rich history and commitment to heritage preservation. As a staple of the community, it has served generations, offering everything from groceries to garments, and stands as a vibrant reminder of small-town America's spirit.
Sweet Tooth Satisfaction: Hazlet's 5 Outstanding Bakeries
In this article, we're exploring five exceptional bakeries in Hazlet. Have you had the opportunity to visit any of these sweet spots yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments below!
Dave’s Hot Chicken finally sets opening date for 2nd NJ location
Hot chicken seems to be all the rage today. If you missed this food party invite it’s based on Nashville-style hot chicken, a combination spices and seasonings to make chicken spicy enough to make your tongue sit up and notice. And one of the fastest-growing hot chicken joints around...
Rumson Police Investigate Attempted Home Invasions
Rumson police on Nov. 25 released security camera photos and a statement regarding early morning Nov. 24 “attempted home entries.” They asked that residents remain on high alert for suspicious activity and review security cameras. The attempted entries occurred between the hours of 4 and 6 a.m. on...
Massachusetts man wanted as fugitive from justice in two states arrested after New Hampshire crash
A Springfield, Massachusetts resident wanted as a fugitive from justice in New York and Massachusetts was arrested following a crash in New Hampshire over the weekend.
Police: Body found at Mazza Recycling was Atlantic City man; investigation ongoing
TINTON FALLS - The body found earlier this month mixed in with recyclables at a recycling plant has been identified, authorities confirmed Monday. Carlos Murillo of Atlantic City has been identified as the victim found on November 8 at the Mazza Recycling plant on Shafto Road in Tinton Falls, according to Chris Swendeman, a spokesperson for the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office.
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WWE Hall Of Famer, Red Bank Native Tammy Sytch Gets 17 Years For Fatal DWI Crash
The Monmouth County native, who achieved fame in the then-WWF as Sunny in the mid-1990s, was sentenced to 17 years in prison after pleading no contest to driving drunk and killing a 75-year-old man in Florida last year. She will also serve eight years of probation after she's released from...
Allegedly bloodied in traffic dispute, former Staten Island political figure is suing driver of pickup
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A former founding member of the Staten Island Democratic Socialists of America claims in a lawsuit she was brutally assaulted last year in a traffic incident involving a male driver. The plaintiff, Kwynn Hogan of West Brighton, who in 2021 submitted an opinion piece to...
Best of New Jersey: Tasting authentic Mexican food at Meximodo
News 12’s Mike Rizzo visited Meximodo in Metuchen for this week’s Best of New Jersey.
Woman, 28, arrested for intentionally mowing down 23-year-old scooter rider in NYC road-rage killing: cops
A woman who allegedly intentionally mowed down a 23-year-old moped rider, killing him, in the Bronx has been arrested and charged with murder for the road rage-fueled attack, police said Monday. Lillibeth Vasquez, 28, of Allentown, Pa., allegedly flew into a fury when the victim, Robert Jimenez, sideswiped her Honda Civic, knocking off her mirror, around 2:20 p.m. Saturday on Fox Street, near the Intervale Avenue intersection, cops and law enforcement sources said. Both continued driving, but Vasquez is then accused of ramming into the scooter rider, leaving him with fatal trauma to his body, according to police. Jimenez, who lived just about two miles away, was rushed to Lincoln Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. Photos from the site of the deadly collision showed a red vehicle with its front violently smashed in and the front right tire turned on its side. Jimenez’s death was later classified as a homicide, cops said. Vasquez was arrested and charged Sunday with murder and manslaughter. Her arraignment in Bronx Criminal Court was pending Monday.
Marlboro's Haunting Legacy: The Rise and Fall of the Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital
For nearly seven decades, the Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital was a prominent feature of Marlboro Township's landscape. Opened in 1931 under the supervision of Dr. J.B. Gordon, the hospital was a self-contained community set on a vast rural expanse. Initially intended to serve 500-800 patients, the hospital expanded over the years, reflecting the changing landscape of mental health care. At its peak, the facility employed over 1,400 staff members and served an average of 780 adults daily.
Man found dead inside U-Haul truck in Brooklyn: NYPD
The NYPD is investigating after a man was found dead in a U-Haul truck Monday morning in Brooklyn, authorities said.
Woman reportedly robbed of jewelry, cell phone on MTA bus on Staten Island, NYPD says
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A woman reportedly was the victim of a violent robbery on an MTA bus in Castleton Corners on Monday afternoon. The incident occurred around 1:10 p.m. on a S54 bus in the vicinity of Manor Road and Ocean Terrace, according to a spokesman for the NYPD’s Deputy Commissioner of Public Information.
This New York City snow total is shocking
New York State is currently being hit by a lake effect storm, resulting in heavy snowfall. Some areas are currently experiencing heavy snowfall, while others are facing drought conditions. In certain towns, residents and businesses are being supplied with water to help replenish their wells. Believe it or not, there’s...
CODE BLUE: Tonight through Wednesday Morning
LONG BRANCH - The NWS in Mount Holly has issued a weather forecast which calls for temperatures to fall within the prescribed Code Blue Alert thresholds. As such, pursuant to the law, a Code Blue Alert has been issued for Monmouth County for the following periods: November 27th at 6:00pm through November 29th at 9:00am. For assistance, please call 732-222-1000. Or stop in to Police Headquarters at the lower level of 344 Broadway.
Four arrested for drugs in Wall trailer park after man knocks on neighbor's door for help
WALL TOWNSHIP - Four people were arrested at the Garden State Trailer Park on drug charges Saturday after an Asbury Park man knocked on the front door of a home across the highway, claiming he was assaulted in one of the trailers, according to Wall Township Police. Around 3 a.m....