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14 hrs ago | Patch.com
A flashing police sign at the scene of a hit-and-run accident that left a 68 year-old pedestrian in critical condition aims to spur the public to send tips in, in hopes of finding the vehicle and driver of the red sedan which drove away from the scene Monday night.
18 hrs ago | Patch.com
Brick Township held its annual Menorah Lighting on Dec. 2. Marking each day since Hannukah began with its outdoor Menorah, the township also held a special event Dec. 2 honoring the Jewish holiday and sharing the story of Hannukah with the audience.
Police are looking for a red Nissan sedan that drove away after striking a pedestrian on Lanes Mill Road near Burnt Tavern.
One of the two vendors for New Jersey's controversial red-light cameras has put out a video intended to provide a comprehensive look at the process - and clear up some persistent questions, according to a story posted on nj.com.
A Chambers Bridge Road sobriety checkpoint Friday yielded several arrests for drug possession and other offenses, including two dozen traffic summonses.
Keith Horn, 28, of Point Pleasant was charged with driving while intoxicated at a sobriety checkpoint that started 10 p.m. Friday and ended 3 a.m. Saturday, Brick Police Sgt.
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Work on a steel wall, designed to protect the municipality from storms such as superstorm Sandy, is expected to start early next year, borough officials said.
Two people are facing drug charges after a predawn raid of a Brewers Bridge Road home.
Political maneuvering has started for the congressional seat held by Rep. Jon Runyan, R-NJ, who has announced he will not seek re-election.
For 13 years, Peter Kiraly has volunteered to cook dinner for people in need on Thanksgiving at The Church of the Epiphany's annual holiday meal.