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Rosetta Key

Rosetta Key is a News Anchor and Reporter for Townsquare Media's Ocean/Monmouth County Bureau.  She's covered news in New Jersey for over 15 years and is the winner of the 2007 and 2008 New Jersey Associated Press Broadcaster's Association Award for Best News Series.
Ocean County Courthouse
Ocean County Courthouse (photo courtesy of Ocean County Website)
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Minority and Housing Groups Explain Why They’re Suing Berkeley Twp

We'll soon find out whether the Walters Group will be able to build affordable housing units for Superstorm victims along the Route 9 corridor in Berkeley Township. State Superior Court Judge Vincent Grasso in Ocean County is hearing a lawsuit filed by the NAACP, the Latino Action Network and Fair Share Housing today

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Kimberly Pedre 16-year-old Missing Howell Teen, Phote Credit :Our Howell Facebook page
Kimberly Pedre 16-year-old Missing Howell Teen, Phote Credit :Our Howell Facebook page
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Howell Teen Remains MIA but There’s a New Development

Two weeks and a Howell Township teen remains missing. But police said sightings of 16-year-old Kimberly Pedre are being reported in the Browns Mills area.

Kimberly's step mom, Cindy Pedre, and her birth mother, Lisa Dohan, have both expressed deepening concern over her lengthening time away from home to WOBM News

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Minister Steve Brigham, by Tom Mongelli TSM
Minister Steve Brigham, by Tom Mongelli TSM
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Homelessness Remains a Persistent Problem For the Shore Area

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As one year of free rent comes to a conclusion, Lakewood's former Tent City residents face the prospect of homelessness again. On WOBM-AM's Townsquare Tonight, homeless advocate Minister Steve Brigham, who list his own address as a vehicle in the parking lot of a big box store, explains why these people can't seem to get it together.

Brigham, one

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Rescue Eight Miles off Barnegat Light (U.S. Coast Guard)
Rescue Eight Miles off Barnegat Light (U.S. Coast Guard)
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Boating Safety is Encouraged During the Winter Months

Even during the frigid winter months, you'll see a few boaters venture out on the ocean, rivers and lakes all over the U.S. National Safe Boating Council Executive Director Rachel Johnson believes mariners are going out for any number of reasons. She said some are going out because they just h

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Photo: From left to right, Manchester Township Animal Control Officer Margaret Dellapietro poses with June Nicolaus and her dog Annie after being reunited this week.
Photo: From left to right, Manchester Township Animal Control Officer Margaret Dellapietro poses with June Nicolaus and her dog Annie after being reunited this week.
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Missing Terrier Reunited with Her Owner in Manchester After Two Years

After missing for two years, a black and tan mixed terrier named Annie has been reunited with her owner in Manchester. Police said Animal Control Officer Margaret Dellapietro was able to capture the tiny dog, who snuck away from her Crestwood Village 6 home of June Nicolaus, three months after she was adopted from the Popcorn Park Zoo

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Annie Cody
Annie Cody (NJ State Police)
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Missing Elderly Asbury Park Woman is Found

A Missing elderly Asbury Park woman that triggered a major search is located in Lakewood Township. According to the Asbury Park Sun, 79-year-old Annie Cody, who was missing since February 2nd and described as at risk, was found by the Lakewood Police Department in good condition.

Township Police transported her to Monmouth Medical Cen

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Residents of Ortley Beach, NJ watch their home get demolished (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Superstorm Sandy Still Fills the Agenda of Toms River’s Mayor

Superstorm Sandy may have occurred two and a half years ago but it continues to dominate the efforts of local shore area officials. On WOBM-AM's Townsquare Tonight, Superstorm Sandy directly impacted everything Toms River Mayor Tom Kelaher spoke about.

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Ocean Grove Fire 2-6-2015, Photo credit Liz Ricciardi
Ocean Grove Fire 2-6-2015, Photo credit Liz Ricciardi
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Ocean Grove Fire Deemed Non-Suspicious

The fire that caused damage and destruction to 9 buildings in Ocean Grove last week, started in one of the apartments at 50 Main Avenue. According to Neptune Township Police, the Monmouth County Fire Marshal determined that the Friday, February 6, blaze was not suspicious and began on the second floor

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