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McAtasney Denied Change in Court Venue for Sarah Stern Murder Trial

September 18, 2017

FREEHOLD, NJ — The trial of the 20-year-old Neptune City man charged in the death of Sarah Stern will remain in Monmouth County.

Superior Court Judge Lisa Thornton ruled on September 18 that the attorney for Liam McAtasney failed to show sufficient evidence to warrant a transfer of venue due to what was claimed to be negative pretrial media coverage and public perception of the ...

Belmar Bar Owners Ask Court to Toss Settlement Agreement Between Borough and Riverfront Developer

BELMAR, NJ — Belmar’s recent settlement of a lawsuit with the developer of a stalled riverfront project has prompted new legal action by the bar owners who are suing Belmar for preventing them from opening an outdoor establishment on that site.

Brothers Timothy and Matthew Harmon are asking the court to invalidate the borough’s recent settlement with Loko Co., LLC, that ...

Fomer St. Rose Baseball Coach Set Free After Being Sentence for Time Served

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — The former St. Rose High School baseball coach charged with child endangerment is now free, after he was sentenced to 18 months in prison but was credited for the 872 days he has already served.

Bartholomew “Coach Bart” McInerney, 51, was sentenced on August 25 in Superior Court, Middlesex County, where he had pleaded not guilty on July 10 to 10 counts ...

Belmar Sued by Food Vendor for Alleged Breach of Contract on Two Beachfront Leases

FREEHOLD, NJ — Belmar is being sued for allegedly breaking the terms of two leases held by the same beachfront vendor.

Hilary and Trent Colanduoni, owners of 10th Avenue Freeze Out, have accused the borough of breach of contract on its new 10-year lease at the recently opened Rowland Pavilion at 10th Avenue and another lease they claim allows them to operate their ice cream concession ...

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