Loud parties, public drunkenness, urinating in public …. those are some of the quality of life issues Point Pleasant Beach officials are hoping to curtail this summer in their residential areas with some of the steps they’ve taken and are considering taking.
Don’t be alarmed if you see a larger than normal number of emergency vehicles on Ocean County’s roadways this morning. The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management says it’s part of a three-day drill by its Technical Search and Rescue Team that starts Tuesday and runs until the Thursday.
3rd District Republican Congressman Jon Runyan addresses questions about his stance on the Fair Tax Legislation, Veterans Healthcare and benefits, Medicare, the U.S. Postal Service and the student loan interest rate standoff on WOBM’s live monthly call-in program ‘Ask the Congressman’.
A total of 7 tons of nonperishable food is projected to come in as part of Monmouth County’s month long food collection drive that ends today according to Executive Director Carlos Rodriguez of the Foodbank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties.
Despite claims of jobs shifting. Monmouth County Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande is lauding CommVault’s plans to build a 650-thousand-square-foot professional office and research and development building on the former Fort Monmouth site.
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