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Route 9 Gets Dedicated Turning Lane at County Line Road

Route 9 at County Line Road has finally received a dedicated turning lane. The northbound lane just south of County Line Road has had its own left-turn light for a while, but the State Read more ›

O.C. Fire Marshal’s Office: Permit Required For All Lag Ba’omer Bonfires

[PERMIT APPLICATION] The Ocean County Fire Marshal’s Office is asking the Lakewood Community that if they are planning to have a Lag Baomer fire on Saturday Read more ›

Reader-Submitted: Thank You Officer, Whoever You Are

Reader-Submitted: Hi, my Name is Ray Guyre, on Saturday April 6th I took my family to a Blueclaws game, and at the bottom of the 8th inning my wife told me to go and start the car, so I did. Long story short, I locked both sets of Read more ›

Orthodox Union Expresses Support for Federal Legislation to Prevent Gun Violence

Today, the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America – the nation’s largest Orthodox Jewish umbrella organization– expressed its support for federal legislation Read more ›

Wildfire Risk High in Southern and Central New Jersey

With spring wildfire season getting under way, the New Jersey Forest Fire Service today urged the public to exercise extra caution when outdoors. Read more ›

45 Women Kick Off Lose4Autism’s Weight-Loss Competition; Not Too Late to Join

On Sunday, 45 women-participants of Lose4autism joined together for an inspirational and lavish buffet lunch at Ottimo, kicking off the women’s weight-loss competition. Read more ›

PHOTOS: U.S. Troops, Officials Gather in Honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day at MDL Joint Base

PHOTOS: U.S. Troops and officials gathered at the MDL Joint Base today to honor Holocaust Remembrance Day, which also marks the 70-year anniversary of the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto uprising. Read more ›

LCSW, LPD Looking for Suspect Who Attempted to Lure Child

The Lakewood Civilian Safety Watch and Police are looking for a driver who allegedly attempted to lure a child to his car this evening, as reported on our News Alerts. At about 6:30 PM, Read more ›

JCP&L Rate Increase? Handlin & Casagrande: A Thousand Times No; Sign Petition

[PETITION] Assembly Republicans Amy H. Handlin and Caroline Casagrande have collected hundreds of signatures objecting to a rate hike proposed by Jersey Central Power & Light, which Read more ›

Police on the Lookout for Armed Robbery Suspect

The Howell and Lakewood Police Departments are on the lookout for an armed man who allegedly attempted to rob a shopping center in Howell at gunpoint moments ago. Read more ›

PHOTOS: Neighboring Brick PD’s Patrol Car Gets New Look

PHOTOS: The Brick Township Police Department will not only have a new style police car, but a new look for 2013. The Brick Township Police Department has chosen to outfit their patrol officer with Read more ›

10-hour MP3 Series on Emunah Now Available Free For Limited Time

You might have to listen to Rabbi Dovid Sapirman’s landmark lecture series about Emunah to understand why listeners are so enthusiastic about it. But make no mistake about it: Read more ›

25 Arrested in Multi-Jurisdictional Investigation; Weapons, Drugs, Cash & Vehicles Seized

Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato announced today the arrest of several individuals as a result of a cooperative multi-jurisdictional investigation conducted by the Read more ›

VIDEO: Group in Lakewood’s Red Square Call for Support of Immigration Reform and Gun Control

VIDEO: A group of people – including William Field, a 30th District candidate, were in Lakewood’s Red Square Sunday afternoon calling for support of Immigration Reform and Gun Control in New Jersey. Read more ›

LHS Teacher-Turned-Lawyer: Arthur H. Lang

Mr. Arthur H. Lang graduated pre-law from the University of Texas (UT) in 1983 with a degree in government. He was immediately accepted to the prestigious UT Law School, but deferred it for a year to continue Read more ›