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Monmouth County Woman Indicted For Child’s Overdose
ASBURY PARK – A 26-year-old woman has received a five-count indictment for the death of her 2-year-old son who died due to a drug overdose earlier this year, officials said. Quanique Smith of Asbury Park is charged with first-degree Aggravated Manslaughter, two counts of second-degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child, third-degree Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance, and third-degree Hindering Apprehension.
PHOTOS: Two Overturn Accidents in Lakewood Minutes Apart
There were two overturn accidents in Lakewood just a minute apart from each other this evening. The first one occurred at approximately 8:05 PM at the intersection of Cedarbridge Avenue and Clover Street. The second rollover accident happened just minutes later on the E. 7th St., between Somerset Avenue and...
Traffic stop nets 13 lbs of marijuana, one arrest
MONROE TWP—Miami County deputies stopped a vehicle for expired registration on southbound I-75 at milepost 69, on Sunday, at 11:39 P.M. in Monroe Township. Deputies made contact with the driver, Jennifer Jo Havens, 53, of Springfield. Deputies detected a strong odor of raw marijuana coming from the vehicle. Havens indicated there was in fact marijuana in the vehicle, contained in a suitcase in the back seat. Approximately 13 pounds of marijuana was located in plastic bags within the suitcase.
Jersey Shore Woman Left Heroin/Fentanyl Within Toddler's Reach: Prosecutor
A 26-year-old Asbury Park woman has been indicted in the drug overdose death of her 2-year-old son, authorities said.Quanique Smith was charged with first-degree aggravated manslaughter and other offenses, according to Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago.Shortly after 1 a.m. on Jan.…
Ocean Township Easter Egg Hunt Set for April 2
WARETOWN - Township of Ocean Recreation & Municipal Alliance's Annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place on Sunday, April 2 at the Waretown Lake. Children ages 6 and younger are asked to meet at the lake by 12:45 p.m. That hunt begins at 1 p.m. sharp. Children ages 7-12 are asked to arrive at 1:45 p.m. That hunt begins at 2 p.m. sharp. Light refreshments will be provided to all children free of charge. Sponsored in part through a grant by GCADA
The 8th Annual ‘Lobster Run’ is Back In Asbury Park, NJ This Year
The 8th annual Lobster Run is back this year and better than ever. If you’re a runner or if you’re just looking for an excuse to walk the boards a little early this year down the shore, this event is definitely for you. The American Littoral Society has...
Monmouth University gifted $21M; largest gift in 90-year history will expand educational access
An anonymous donor has gifted Monmouth University with the largest single gift in the West Long Branch institution’s 90-year history. An outright gift of $21 million will establish a new scholarship program that will aid undergraduate students who meet specific academic and financial criteria by helping provide access to a private university education that would otherwise be financially challenging or unattainable for them.
Dump Truck Flips On NJ Turnpike
A dump truck overturned and went off the New Jersey Turnpike, authorities said. The crash occurred at about 3 p.m. Monday, March 27 on the outer roadway southbound South of Interchange A (Route 32) in Monroe Township, according to the New Jersey Department of Transportation. All lanes were open, 511nj.org...
Red Bank Council Announces Special Meeting
RED BANK, NJ: The borough announced that a Special Meeting will take place this Wednesday, March 29, 6:30pm at Borough Hall, 90 Monmouth Street. According to the Agenda, the council will discuss amending the Borough Code for Chapter 270 which refers to the cannabis regulations and Chapter 490; the Planning and Development Regulations. Click HERE to read this draft ordinance. Support Red Bank Small Businesses! Please Support our Sponsors! TAPinto Red Bank is free to read, funded entirely by business marketing partnerships – 47% of our readers have purchased a product or service from a TAPinto advertiser! If you enjoyed this article, please “Like” and “Follow” us on the TAPinto Red Bank Facebook page, and sign up for our daily e-news, so you’ll never miss what’s happening in Red Bank! And please share this article with your friends and family! Know a local story we should share with readers? Email Editor E. Scott Wingerter and tell him about it
What Was He Doing in There? NJ Man Blows Up His Garage
All Monroe fire departments responded to an explosion in a detached garage in the township. Following the blast, the garage was burning, and the homeowner was using a garden hose to try to extinguish the flames. Firefighters quickly arrived and were able to pull hand lines to start extinguishing the...
East Brunswick: Water Main Break Causes Sinkhole on Louise Drive
EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The East Brunswick Police Department has announced that there is a water main break on Louise Drive near Riva Avenue. Motorists are advised to expect delays on Riva Avenue. East Brunswick Water Utility workers onsite told TAPinto East Brunswick that the aging water main burst this afternoon, causing a crater-like sinkhole near the intersection of Riva and Louise. Water quickly moved the sandy soil out of the ground, leaving only the relatively thin layer of blacktop behind. Workers were using a backhoe to clear away debris at the location. PSE&G also arrived at the scene. Plan an alternate route, advise police. The East Brunswick Water Utility Department will be making repairs to the water main. There will be service interruptions and possible water quality issues in the area for an undetermined amount of time. Some Louise Drive and nearby Riva Avenue residents will experience water shutoffs until the water main is repaired. In November, 2022, a water main break occurred on Ryders Lane in the township, causing traffic problems and interrupting local water service. Any questions or concerns can be forwarded to the Water Filtration Plant by calling 732-390-6793.
Absecon, NJ, Police Arrest East Brunswick Attempted Murder Suspect
A man wanted for attempted murder in Middlesex County has been arrested in Absecon. Officials with the East Brunswick Police Department said last Tuesday afternoon, March 21st, their officers were alerted to a possible shooting in an apartment complex and a suspect who fled in a Dodge Magnum. Officers at...
Eat Clean Bro raises over $100K for Children’s Specialized Hospital
Eat Clean Bro hosted its second annual gala last week, where the Eatontown-based firm gathered 220 guests including celebrity attendees such as Michael & Lauren Sorrentino, Jackie & Todd Frazier, Danielle & Nate Cabral and more. The gala supported Children’s Specialized Hospital by raising money to help local kids living with complex medical conditions and special health care needs.
Questions mount, amplifying devastation after young mother dies in recovery
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A mother to a young daughter and beloved “free spirit,” 27-year-old Melissa Veltidi lived and died at Amethyst House, New York City’s only sober living home for women, at a time when the facility was wracked with alleged mismanagement and neglect. But...
The Absolutely Outstanding Sport Bars in Monmouth County, NJ
It's easy to find a bar with TVs at any number of chains, but only local Monmouth County sports bars get it just right. Each one of these sports bars has its own unique quality. Whether it's history, food, drink selection, or atmosphere, you're hard-pressed not to find a place...
Get your shopping carts ready: There’s a new Lidl in New Jersey
🔵 The Lidl grocery store chain is continuing to grow in New Jersey. 🔵 Freehold Township will become home to the 24th home of Lidl in NJ. 🔵 Early stages of development with news awaiting on opening date. You can soon make it 24 Lidl stores in...
Former commanding officer of Staten Island precinct to take over NJ police department
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — New Jersey Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin announced on Monday that his office will be handing over control of the Paterson Police Department, including all police functions such as internal affairs investigations, to a former commanding officer of Staten Island’s 120th Precinct. Isa Abbassi,...
After 139 years, Irwin family gives up Red Bank marina. Here's what will happen
RED BANK - In the family for 139 years, the sale of Irwin Marine, the landmark marina along the Navesink River in Red Bank, gives Channing and Christine Irwin something they haven't had before — summers off. Sagamore Blue, a Brooklyn-based marina-focused investment and management company, purchased Irwin Marine,...
Motorcyclist Hurt In Accident On Route 9 [PHOTOS]
A motorcyclist was injured in an accident on Route 9 in Howell this evening. The two-vehicle accident happened approximately 8:45 PM at the intersection of Route 9 and Lanes Mill Road. Paramedics were requested to assist in treating the driver of the motorcycle, who was transported to the hospital with...
Summer Basketball Registration is now Open
BELMAR, NJ — The Belmar Recreation Department has announced that summer basketball signups are underway. As of March 1, registration has been open for youngsters looking to engage in some friendly, local competition. Registration costs $60 for Belmar/Lake Como residents as well as St. Rose students, and $80 for non-residents. The registration deadline is June 18. Click here to register now. The season will begin in July and will consist of six games with no game on the Fourth of July. Boys and girls between the grades of second and eighth are eligible to participate. Kids will play in the grade division of the grade they’re in May 2023. Meaning, eighth graders can still play even after middle school graduation. Additionally, children between second and fourth grade will play their games on a lower basketball hoop. According to the recreation department, volunteer coaches and clock stoppers are needed. For those seeking more information on the league and/or how to volunteer, call the recreation department at 732-681-3700 ext. 211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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