TRENTON–The New Jersey Department of Education today announced grant awards to assist school communities as they recover from the effects of Superstorm Sandy. These funds, made possible through a $1.25 million grant award from the U.S. Department of Education’s Project School Emergency Response to Violence (SERV) program, are available to districts to fund short- and long-term [...]
TOMS RIVER–Now in its seventh year, Chevy Youth Baseball is a grassroots initiative that establishes a positive relationship between local dealers and the communities they serve. Chevy Dealers sponsor their local youth baseball leagues as a part of Chevrolet’s nationwide commitment to support youth sports, one community at a time. TRLL would like to thank [...]
By Olive Taylor JACKSON–Do you remember the first time you put on a pair of rollerblades or ice skates? You stepped out onto the rink and felt quite uncomfortable. Slipping and sliding all over the place, you felt as if all eyes were on you. Your heart raced and your palms were sweaty. Perhaps you [...]
JACKSON-Students at St. Aloysius created life sized history displays that included themselves for a recent school project. After completing a biographical book report, the 4th grade students dressed in character and posed as wax figures that suddenly came to life at the touch of a button.
MANCHESTER–At 14:03 hours on April 18, 2013, a four vehicle crash occurred on NJ Route 70, at the intersection of Colonial Drive and Route 70. A 2003 Toyota Corolla, being operated by Kevin J. Johnston (age 58) of Manchester, NJ was traveling east on NJ Route 70, when Mr. Johnston attempted to turn left onto [...]
Charges pending in Jackson and Plumsted. Hamilton Township, Mercer County– New Jersey State Police arrested four people in connection with a commercial burglary ring that is believed to have been responsible for more than 20 burglaries, and used lookouts, two-way radios, and other means to avoid detection by law enforcement. On Friday, April 12, State [...]
BRICK–Susan Gardiner, the branch manager of the Brick Township branch of the Ocean County Library was recognized by the township council during a “National Library Week” proclamation reading.
MANAHAWKIN–On Tuesday, both Jackson Memorial baseball and softball teams defeated A South rivals Southern Regional. The boys win their game 7-2 after six innings while the girls won 7-4. Photo by JPPhoto, for more pictures, visit: http://jpphoto9451.zenfolio.com/p120679090/slideshow
By Jason Allentoff, WOBM Townsquare Media LAKEWOOD-A grim discovery was made this morning at the Hilton Hotel on Route 70 in Lakewood. The body of a 26 year old Jackson woman was found inside one of the guest rooms shortly after 8 a.m. Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Spokesman Al Della Fave says the woman was [...]
Students from the Ocean County Vocational technical School’s Collision Repair Program put the finishing touches on 22 rain barrels as part of the Barnegat Bay Blitz Rain Barrel Challenge. The Barnegat Bay Blitz is a collaboration of residents, students, businesses and local governments to protect and preserve Barnegat Bay and the surrounding 660 square mile [...]