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Daniel Spivey, 51, of Eleventh Avenue, Neptune was charged with possession of heroin this week, according to court documents on Thursday.
Dominique J. Lenzo-Villalta, 21, of Lakewood was charged with receiving stolen property after police say she sold $4,000 worth of jewlery to Asbury Jewelers, according to court documents Thursday.
Had enough of the snow? So did the people of the Jersey Shore 100 years ago this week, after a record-breaking nor'easter clobbered the Mid-Atlantic states, dumping two feet of snow on Asbury Park in hurricane force winds that shredded electric, telegraph and telephone wires.
Solari was found guilty of assaulting an arrestee in the borough police station.
"In Asbury Park they didn't have assistance-no shelter, no soup kitchen," he said.
The city may be different, but many of the faces remain the same at this year's Garden State Film Festival.
With the sun shining Wednesday afternoon and temperatures finally above freezing, car after car lined the driveway at St. Dorothea's Roman Catholic Church for an outdoor Ash Wednesday service.
A 23-year-old Asbury Park man was charged with sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl, according to court documents.
In commemoration of Black History Month, the Red Bank Regional High School invited the prolific Asbury Park Technical Academy of Dance to perform for its students.
Ward Shelley and Alex Schweder are inside a 25 foot high wood and metal structure they built themselves.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has been badly bloodied by the bridge-gate scandal and criticism over Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts, pollsters and political observers told Newsmax, but he still maintains the support of half the state's voters.
Jury selection began Tuesday morning in the murder trial of a 27-year-old man accused of killing his 2-year-old daughter from Lakehurst, and then leaving her lifeless body in the Shark River Park section of Wall three years ago.
Jury selection began Tuesday morning in the murder trial of a 27-year-old Eatontown man accused of killing his 2-year-old daughter, and then leaving her lifeless body in the Shark River Park section of Wall three years ago.
A judge held an unusual hearing in New Jersey Tuesday: a lawsuit brought by an 18-year-old who says her parents kicked her out of their house.
When Radia Perlman attended MIT in the late '60s and '70s, she was one of just a few dozen women out of a class of 1,000.