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New Jersey Natural Gas Rates Being Raised Friday

It’s getting cold outside – and expensive to stay warm inside. Just as the winter season gets underway, New Jersey’s Board of Public Utilities has permitted New Jersey Natural Gas, which serves Lakewood, Read more ›

“Assumption” is Not a Good Form of Teaching Torah – Part 2 | Rabbi Dovid Abenson

Of course, it does not make sense to translate every single word into English. It is certainly valuable as much as possible to use original words in Lashon HaKodesh. However, this cannot be done at the expense of students understanding the content of the material. Read more ›

Opinion: The Democratic Circus Is Off To A Screeching Halt | Shlomo Rudman

Led by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, House Democrats on Wednesday began hearings in their show trial of President Trump. Read more ›

VIDEO & PHOTOS: At the Xtreme Challenge awards and appreciation event in Long Branch; With performance by Eli Levin

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The Ultimate Yissachar – Zevulun Deal: Entire Shas, Rashi & Tosfos in just one Year!

[COMMUNICATED] The Ultimate Yissachar – Zevulun Deal: Entire Shas, Rashi & Tosfos in just one Year!

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Two injured in accident on Cedarbridge Ave (VIDEO)

Injuries are not life-threatening. Read more ›

GoFundMe Campaign Started To Help With Funeral Expenses Of Men Killed In Tragic Accident

A GoFundMe campaign has been launched to help pay for the funeral expenses of Braden DeMartin, 22, and Dan Foley, 23, who were tragically killed in a bizarre auto accident Read more ›

Does Jackson have something to hide? | G. Sonnenfeld

Jackson Township has unanimously voted on a resolution that appeals to legislators to form a commission to reconsider the Open Public Records Act, Read more ›

Pipes freeze and burst in Lakewood as temperatures drop; Here’s how you can prevent it

Along with the freezing weather which set in last night, came multiple incidents in Lakewood of frozen and burst pipes. Read more ›

PHOTO: Lakewood Fire Department welcomes two new firefighters

The Lakewood Fire District No. 1 Board of Fire Commissioners, Read more ›

Letter: Hey NJSP, While you’re here, how about catching the burglars?

For 13 consecutive weeks, Lakewood homes have been burglarized on Friday night as homeowners slept. The thieves carrying out these acts specifically target Jewish homes. Week after week, Read more ›

Preschool Teacher Hid Painful Family Life

[COMMUNICATED] “He’s awake. I can’t believe it, he’s awake.”

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Rep. Chris Smith Gets Another Democratic Challenger

Rep. Chris Smith, who has represented New Jersey’s 4th District in the US House of Representatives for 20 consecutive terms, will be running for reelection in 2020, but not without a challenger. Read more ›

Watch Live: Impeachment Hearings begin

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Thursday – Open House: Free course to learn the basic concepts about a job where top candidates are earning $100k+ within 3 years

Eastern Union is on pace to close $5b+ for the second year in a row, and the drive for this growth was how their brokers used the latest in data analytics, business intelligence and basic artificial intelligence to know which clients and deals to focus on and then which banks were best suited to place which deals. Read more ›

We Must Make N.J. Affordable or More People Will Leave, Lawmaker Says

By Senator Mike Doherty. Elected public officials have a responsibility to deliver essential public services at the lowest possible cost to taxpayers. Too often, however, Read more ›

Code Blue & The Men in Blue: Police Chief Greg Meyer sends hot food, blankets and supplies to Lakewood warming center (PHOTOS)

Temperatures have dipped below the freezing mark in Lakewood, prompting the County to issue a Code Blue – which means the opening of the warming centers in around Lakewood. Read more ›

You Could Win $140,000 TONIGHT!

[COMMUNICATED] Alei Siach was established in Israel over 30 years ago as a home for children and adults from frum homes with disabilities and special needs. Read more ›

UPDATE: Prosecutors Submit Appeal in Eisemann Case, Rebuttal Preparation Now Underway

After 120 days of delays and excuses, prosecutors in the case of Rabbi Osher Eisemann have finally submitted their appeal brief today. Read more ›

In Response to recent Tragedies, Chai Lifeline NJ/ PA Director, Rabbi Sruli Fried, MSW, Provides Crisis Response Training at Oak Street Elementary School (PHOTOS)

Rabbi Sruli Fried, MSW, Director of Chai Lifeline NJ/ PA, presented a crisis response training to 75 teachers at the Oak Street Elementary School in response to several recent tragedies in the Lakewood community. Read more ›