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7 Candidates Vie for 3 BOE Seats in Upcoming Elections; 3 are Former Members

boe 2014Three former Board Of Education members are among seven who have filed to run in the Read more ›

Rible: Cyber Attack Attempts Illustrate Need to Protect Student Data; 1 Million Attempts per Month Made to Hack State Info

assemblyman david rible tlsAssemblyman Dave Rible said a recent report by the state attorney general that New Jersey faces more than a million hacking attempts per month underscores the need to enact Read more ›

Lakewood DPW Preparing for Winter

brine truck systemThere’s no snow in the forecast for Lakewood just yet, but preparations for the Winter are well underway at the Department of Public Works, Read more ›

The Shabbos App: We Have become Enslaved to the Very Technology Designed to Liberate Us

TheShabbatApp-230x150By Rabbi Ari Kahn, Aish. It is unclear whether or not people who lived through it were aware that what we now call “the industrial revolution” was Read more ›

Ocean County Health Department Meets With Several Other State and County Agencies to Discuss Ebola Preparedness Measures

ebolaThe Ocean County Public Health Emergency Preparedness Advisory Committee met Monday morning to Read more ›

Airport Road U-turn to Permanently Close; New Traffic Pattern

rt 70 eb tlsThe existing Airport Road U-Turn on Route 70 Eastbound will be permanently shut. The project, which began this week, will allow for the building of the new Garden State Read more ›

New NJ Legislation Would Allow Drivers to Pay MVC Fines in Installments

ticketed by lpdLegislation to make it more convenient for drivers to pay motor vehicle fines was advanced recently by an Assembly panel. The bill Read more ›

Cong. Smith Honors World War II Husband/Wife Vets at Ceremony

Cong. Smith presented honors to Mr. and Mrs BrotzkyU.S. Congressman Chris Smith (NJ-04) on Oct. 16 presented a long-overdue Purple Heart to a World War II veteran for being injured in the Battle of the Bulge, and a U.S. Flag Read more ›

Research Suggests States Could Reduce Crashes by Extending GDL Requirements

nj licenseExperience behind the wheel may matter more than age when it comes to the safety of young-adult drivers, according to two new studies Read more ›

Beginning Next Month, Post Office to Move All Retail Operations to Swarthmore Ave

post offc swarthmoreEffective Monday, November 3, 2014, all Lakewood post office retail operations will be moved to the Lakewood Postal Facility located at 1820 Swarthmore Avenue Read more ›

Q&A on America’s Response to Ebola

B0ZeimcIUAAxWPi.jpg largeThe White House: As the Ebola situation continues to develop both at home and abroad, President Obama’s first priority is Read more ›

PHOTOS: Another Public Parking Lot Comes to Downtown Lakewood

photo 2For years, Lakewood merchants and their patrons have been clamoring for more parking downtown, especially considering Lakewood’s growing population. Read more ›

Two Weeks to Elections: 2 Township Committee Seats up for Grabs

election 2014Two Township Committeemen are up for reelection in two weeks. Read more ›

Babies Born Today Get Free $500 Mutual Fund Investment

infant hospital If you have a baby today in the U.S., your newborn is eligible for a free $500 mutual fund investment from Voya Financial (VOYA), formerly known as ING U.S. Read more ›

Starting that Post-Yom Tov Diet – By Ezi Levi

ezi leviBy Ezi Levi: Perhaps the best time of year in the Jewish calendar to start a healthy eating/ weight loss plan is the time from after Succos until Pesach, as this is the longest stretch in our calendar without a Yom Tov Read more ›