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Disgraced former superintendent immediately taken into custody by U.S. Marshals

Prizes will be awarded to the best-dressed boats and restaurants will have specials

The grants will be submitted to the state Department of Transportation for the improvements of Sunrise Boulevard and Bayberry Village

Sgt. Bruce Harris has had his gun returned to him

Reality shows film throughout the state, including Manchester

State and local officials will be hosting a Public Information Session at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26 at Lacey Middle School

Approximately 275 Forked River residents are without power

Read our live transcript of the Lacey Township Committee meeting

Construction of Phase V of the recreational trail, in the southern section of Lacey, should begin soon

Spicy Cantina reaches settlement with state

A lack of interest leaves the Democrats with just one candidate, which has been a continuous problem for the party, according to the Democratic municipal chairman

Lacey United Methodist Church to hold a dinner symposium co-sponsored by Meridian Health

Unhappy with the hour restrictions the Planning Board imposed on the fast food restaurant, White Castle has sued the township

The State Elks Association's committee has raised over one million dollars in eight years

Thefts and criminal mischief incidents

Flags line the main corridors of Lacey Township

Charges are pending following the two-car collision

A local first responder reflects on 9/11, 11 years later

The food truck, which donates a portion of its profits to the zoo, will return to the Planning Board in October for administrative approval

Only two findings marked as "green" and fell under a cross cutting aspect in the area of human performance and decision making

The non-profit group, Friends of Lacey Music has given Lacey Township School District $200,000 in support of and donations to the music departments, but is disbanding with no one to take over

Former Jackson Mayor, local Realtor will run against longtime incumbents

The county K-9 unit was utilized to track suspects to another home

Bill Heine, who had covered court before working for Monmouth County, dies Sunday

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