The suspect who made off with about $1,000 from a TD Bank branch in Lakewood Friday night continues to elude the grasp of law enforcement. Now, police hope that additional surveillance images might jar the memories of potential witnesses.
A Toms River restaurant must sell its liquor license within the next two years after three customers who, according to the state Alcohol Beverage Commission, were visibly drunk, allowed to keep drinking and then got into serious or fatal accidents.
Vowing not to forget New Jersey's downtrodden, state Senator Barbara Buono (D-18) met denizens of Lakewood's Tent City face to face Thursday in a derivative step on her campaign trail to become the state's next governor.
As members of the House Ways and Means Committee wades into America's tax-code quagmire in search of simplification, shore Representative Jon Runyan (R-3) urges the panel to take renewable energy into account.
Six Ocean County law enforcement agencies, 10 each in Monmouth and Burlington and seven in Atlantic County plan to step up the watch on drunken and impaired drivers during New Jersey's "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" crackdown that starts Friday and continues through Labor Day Weekend.
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