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By BRENDA NEMCEKJuly 17, 2018
WARREN, NJ - The Warren Township Board of Education accepted the resignation of Warren Middle School Dean of Students, Max Achtau, at Monday’s night’s meeting and approved his replacement
Achtau’s resignation is effective July 27.
Maria Mensinger, currently Supervisor of Special Services for Grades 6-12 in Bernards Township, will take over upon release from her current ...
By TAPINTO STAFFJuly 17, 2018
SOMERSET COUNTY, NJ - The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for this area from 11 am this morning through 12 am Wednesday.
Thunderstorms producing heavy rain could result in flash flooding across along and near the Interstate 95 corridor in New Jersey and southeastern Pennsylvania, according to the NWS.
One to two inches of rain is expected, though locally higher ...
By TAPINTO BELMAR/LAKE COMO STAFF AND MONMOUTH COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S OFFICEJuly 17, 2018
FREEHOLD, NJ — Two Neptune teenagers have been indicted on murder and related charges in the shooting death of a 10-year-old Asbury Park boy in February, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office.
A Monmouth County grand jury has returned a six-count indictment charging Karon Council, 18, and co-defendant Jah-Del K. Birch, 17, with killing Yovanni Banos-Merino and ...
By LOU MONACOJuly 17, 2018
SPRINGFIELD, NJ - Australian 16-year-old Karl Vilips and 15-year-old Kelly Chinn of Great Falls, Va., each fired the lowest scores of the day at 5-under-par 66 on Baltusrol’s Golf Club’s Upper Course after the first round of the 118th U.S. Amateur Championship in Springfield Monday.
Akshay Bhatia, of Wake Forest, N.C., who the AJGA Polo Junior Classic at nearby Echo Lake Country ...
By CURTIS LEEDSJuly 17, 2018
WARREN, NJ – Jersey Central Power & Light has filed a four-year infrastructure plan with the state Board of Public Utilities aimed at enhancing the reliability and resiliency of its distribution system against severe weather and reducing the frequency and duration of power outages.
The company announced the plan in a press release.
JCP&L calls the $400 million plan ...
By AUDREY BLUMBERGJuly 16, 2018
RARITAN, NJ - A viewing for the 1-year-old Raritan boy killed on Anderson Street July 7 will be held this week at St. Ann Church in Raritan, according to an obituary released by the Bongiovi Funeral Home.
Matias Ortega-Rosales was killed on the evening of his first birthday when a vehicle hit two cars and then his family as he was being pushed in a stroller by his mother, Domitila Rosales.