Child Pornography Sweep Nets 14 Arrests

A five month operation focused on online consumers of child sexual exploitation materials recently resulted in the arrest of 14 individuals during “Operation Trading Post.” The operation was carried out by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office Computer Crimes Unit and Monmouth County Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force between June of 2018 and October […]

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Prosecutor’s Office Prepared for Election Day Issues

Representatives from the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office will be available to assist voters with questions of fraudulent voting, illegal voting and voter intimidation, announced Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni. On Election Day, Tues., Nov. 6 representatives from the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office will be available to respond to reports of individuals casting a fraudulent […]

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League of Women Voters Alerts Public About Ballot Procedures

The League of Women Voters of New Jersey wants to remind residents that there have been important changes to the mail-in ballot process. Recent legislation, effective immediately, impacts this upcoming November General Election. Voters might have received time sensitive notification in the mail from their county clerk that they should not ignore. The most time […]

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Towns Ready for National Night Out

  The annual National Night Out is on Tues., Aug.7 this year in towns across America to highlight crime and drug prevention. The Allenhurst Police Department is hosting its event from 6 to 8 p.m. at Railroad Plaza Park. There will be live music, a canine demonstration, vendors and food. It will also feature a bounce house, dunk tank, […]

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Toxic Algea Bloom in Deal Lake

  A toxic algae bloom in Deal Lake, the largest lake in Monmouth County, has county public health officials issuing an advisory warning residents and their pets not to eat fish caught in the lake or enter the water. Water sampling last week tested unsafe bacteria levels in the water, resulting in a blue-green scum […]

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Asbury Park Man Named Community Relations Director at Brookdale

  Brookdale Long Branch Center Director and former Asbury Park Mayor Ed Johnson was appointed Executive Director of Governmental Affairs and Community Relations by the Brookdale Board of Trustees recently. In his new position he reports to BCC President David Stout and serves as a member of Cabinet and the Senior Executive Leadership Team (SELT). […]

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What a Weekend at the Shore

  As July 4 dawned shore residents were treated to a some cooler temperatures following the 90-plus degrees over the weekend and into early this week. Asbury Park’s Beach Utility Manager, Gary Giberson, couldn’t be any happier with this year’s start to the summer season. “We’re off to a great start, I don’t think it […]

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