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Robert Novy, Prominent Ocean County Attorney, Reportedly Arrested

Attorney Robert Novy, a prominent Republican and senior partner in the firm of Novy Associates, was arrested today in Brick,according to several sources familiar with the case.   The exact charges have not yet  been confirmed, but one of the charges is rumored to be First Degree Money Laundering.  This is a breaking story, and

By |October 18th, 2016|Brick, Manchester, Ocean County, Uncategorized|0 Comments
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Men had 4 pounds of pot, $61K in cash, cops say

BRICK — Three men were arrested Monday after authorities searched two homes and found more than 4 pounds of marijuana, psychedelic mushrooms and $61,000, police said. The arrests came after a joint investigation spanning several months by the Brick Township Drug Enforcement Unit, Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office’s Special Operations Group and detectives from Point Pleasant Borough.…

By |May 21st, 2016|Brick, Ocean County|0 Comments
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Beach replenishment for northern Ocean County could be near, mayors told

BRICK TOWNSHIP — A beach replenishment project for the northern Ocean County peninsula will be broken up into at least two phases and is expected to go out to bid the end of this summer, officials said. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has told the state that enough of the long-standing property issues should be…

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Guy told to “sit down and shut up” by Christie is running for Congress

OCEAN - The man Chris Christie told to "sit down and shut up" during an event commemorating the 2nd anniversary of Hurricane Sandy is running for Congress.  Jim Keady, an activist, is running to represent New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District.  He was heckling Christie over the handling of the Sandy recovery efforts when the governor yelled at

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PRESS RELEASE BRICK - Mayor John G. Ducey, the Township Council and Brick Township Recreation Department invite Brick’s senior citizen community members to enjoy the free 2016 Senior Citizen Prom on Saturday,May 7th from noon to 4PM at Lake Riviera Middle School, 171 Beaverson Boulevard. Participants must be Brick residents. National Honor Society students from Brick

By |April 4th, 2016|Brick, Ocean County|0 Comments
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PRESS RELEASE BRICK TOWNSHIP - Free tree seedlings will be available to Brick residents this spring as part of the New Jersey Tree Recovery Campaign. This campaign helps communities replace trees damaged or destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. The Brick Township Shade Tree Commission, along with the Environmental Commission, will make the seedlings available to interested residents

By |April 1st, 2016|Brick, Ocean County|1 Comment
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STRIKE IS OFF: NJTRANSIT and Railroad Unions Reach Deal

A deal has been reached between NJTransit and the railroad unions to avoid a strike that would've had devastating result for people traveling along the NJ coastline. About 4,000 railroad workers would've potentially stopped working and effectively shut down operations.  Negotiations had been ongoing since 2011. The APP is reporting a final sticking point was

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Spread the Word- Help a Vet!

The GI Go Fund is hosting a job fair for Veterans on Tuesday, April 12th.  This will be their 8th annual Newark Veterans Job Fair at NJ Performance Arts Center.  The job fair provides jobs, college opportunities, and benefits to military personnel, veterans, and their families.  The event will be held from 10 AM to 2 PM. Click

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NJ Transit Strike Creates Uncertainty for Commuters

A looming strike by railroad workers continues to bring uncertainty on how commuters will get to work.  March 13 at 12:01 am marks the deadline for a deal to get to done.  If a deal isn't reached up to 4,000 railroad workers are expected to strike and 65,000 people will have to find a new way to

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PRESS RELEASE (Brick Township)-Township-based service providers and contractors are being encouraged to join Buy in Brick - the property tax reward card program introduced by Mayor John Ducey in 2014. Through the program, residents receive a credit on their property tax bill every time they shop at participating businesses. "In a little less than a

By |March 5th, 2016|Brick, Ocean County|0 Comments