Tinton Falls Man Sentenced to 19 Years for Crimes Against Special Needs Victim

A Tinton Falls man was sentenced to an aggregate 19 years in a New Jersey State Prison following his October conviction for retaliating against a 63-year old male with special needs. Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said  Luis Vializ, 49, of Tinton Falls, was sentenced by Monmouth County Superior Court Judge Vincent N. Falcetano […]

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Man Faces Charges After Tinton Falls Standoff

A 38-year-old man surrendered Oct. 3 after a five-and-a-half-hour standoff with police in Tinton Falls. The man barricaded himself inside his former residence, causing damage, and refused to vacate, prompting a response for the Monmouth County Emergency Response Team, said Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni. Steven Greene, 38, formerly of 58 Society Hill Way […]

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Free Certified Home Health Aide Course Offered at Seabrook

  Seabrook, an Erickson Living retirement community in Tinton Falls, will hold a free certified home health aide course, September 11 to October 11. The course will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 4 to 9 p.m.  For more information, call Kimberly Gibbs at 732-481-6084 and visit jobs.ericksonliving.com. Seabrook was certified as Great Place to Work in 2018 and voted […]

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Tinton Falls Names New Administrator Over Objection of Mayor-Elect

  By PETE WALTON Despite the pleas of Mayor-elect Vito Perillo, the Tinton Falls Borough Council voted 4-1 to name Interim Borough Administrator Elizabeth Perez as permanent administrator. Perillo had asked that the council let him recommend a candidate for the post before it made what the mayor-elect described as a “midnight appointment.” Council President Gary […]

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Vet, 93, Elected Mayor in Tinton Falls

  By PETE WALTON A 93-year-old World War II veteran is the apparent winner in this week’s Tinton Falls mayoral race. According to unofficial results, Vito Perillo upended incumbent in Mayor Gerald M. Turning by more than seven percentage points. Running under the slogan of “Taxpayers First,” Perillo received 2,499 votes to Turning’s 2,146 in […]

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