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Get Free Wood for your Lag Ba’omer Bonfires

lag baomer bonfire tlsMaking a bonfire? A local resident has notified TLS he has lots of broken pallets available for firewood. The wood is free, and first-come-first-serve. Read more ›

5/5/15 = National Fiveish Day

national-fiveish-day[COMMUNICATED] Why is today THE day to enter the Oorah Auction? Because it’s National Fiveish Day, that’s why!  Read more ›

Thousands in Lakewood Celebrate Cinco de Mayo; Police on Higher Alert for DWI Offenses

cincoLakewood Police today, into this evening, are on higher alert for DWI offenses as thousands celebrate the Cinco de Mayo holiday, officials told TLS. Read more ›

Mike Huckabee Joins Republican Presidential Race; Second Run for Presidency

huckFormer Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has announced he will be running for president.  Read more ›

Live from 12-1:30 PM: Therapy with LCSW Mordechai Weinberger; Submit Your Questions

mordechai weinberger tls[LIVE 12-1:30 PM] Beginning at 12 p.m., Social Worker Mordechai Weinberger LCSW will be answering your therapy questions – live on TLS. Read more ›

Reader-submitted: Vehicles being Ticketed for Cutting Through Development

opinionThis is a public service announcement for drivers who drive through the development of Andrews Corner on Chestnut and New Hampshire in order to cut the traffic. Read more ›

Lakewood Volunteer Fire Dept: Making a Lag Ba’omer Bonfire? Here’s what you need to know

lag baomer 2014With Lag Ba’omer just around the corner the Lakewood Volunteer Fire Department would like to offer the following safety tips. Please review and employ these bonfire safety tips and have a joyous holiday: Read more ›

O.C. Prosecutor Calls for Increased Vigilance by Law Enforcement Ahead of Summer Season

prosecutor joe coronato tlsWith Prom season and the busy summer travel season looming, Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato announced the continuation of its’ annual countywide DWI checkpoint program. Read more ›

OCHD: May is National Stroke Month – Act F.A.S.T.

ochd“Although we know the tremendous toll stroke takes on individuals and their families, the vast majority of Americans do not think of stroke as a major health concern. Read more ›

Opinion: Four Republicans Worth Voting For: Part 1 – by Yosef Stein

ysAs the Republican primary field for next year’s presidential election begins to take shape, it would be prudent to attempt to differentiate the top candidates in the running from those in the lower tiers. Read more ›

PHOTOS: Dr. Rich Roberts Hosts Luncheon for U.S. Congressman Chris Smith

smith rich robertsDr. Rich Roberts on Sunday hosted a luncheon for U.S. Congressman Chris Smith – Representative for New Jersey’s 4th congressional district. Read more ›

Reader-submitted Dashcam Video: Safe or Selfish? You Decide

safe or selfishVIDEO: This video and other similar dashcam videos are posted on TLS as an awareness to drivers to use more caution on the roads, and perhaps prevent serious accidents by exercising more courteous driving habits. Read more ›

Fuentes & DeAngelo Bill to Require Street Light Outage Response Plans Now Law

jcpl tlsLegislation Assembly Democrats Angel Fuentes and Wayne DeAngelo sponsored to improve public safety by requiring public utilities to prepare street light outage plans has been signed into law. Read more ›

Kiddush Hashem: Lakewood Woman finds over $1,000 Cash at the Mall; Gives it to the Cashier

cashA Frum Lakewood woman could have easily pocketed a bundle of cash without anyone noticing or knowing, but instead chose to give the owner a chance at getting it back. Read more ›

Bill to Protect Holocaust Reparations Advances in the Legislature

gary sLegislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Gary Schaer, Gordon Johnson, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Tim Eustace and Vincent Mazzeo to protect monetary reparations received by Holocaust survivors from being seized was advanced on Monday by a Senate Panel. Read more ›