Stories By Daniel Nee
Fun at Bricktoberfest!
The township’s first Bricktoberfest celebration was a gigantic success Saturday, with thousands of township residents enjoying plenty of great food from...
Dragons Dominate in Win, Mustangs Fall to Jackson Memorial
After a loss to Wall Township last weekend, the Brick Township High School Dragons returned to their dominant ways this weekend,...
Reminder: ‘Bricktoberfest’ Set for Saturday
Remember to bring your appetite to the first ever Bricktoberfest celebration, set for Saturday at Windward Beach Park. Bricktoberfest will include...
Police, Fire & Courts/ 8 years ago
Toms River Cops Looking for Homeless Burglary Suspect
Toms River police are asking the public to be on the lookout for a man who was recently released from jail...
‘Eakfest’ Returns to Brick Friday, Saturday With Haunted Fun and a Great Cause
“Eakfest” is back for the seventh year and better than ever, organizers say! “It’s definitely blowing away all the other years,...
How Are The Route 35, Steel Wall Projects Going in Brick?
Contractors with the state Department of Transportation and Department of Environmental Protection are hard at work in Brick’s barrier island portion...
Shore Environment/ 8 years ago
Snowy or Warm Winter Ahead? NOAA Releases Seasonal Predictions
Are we in for a snowy winter this year? The answer: maybe. Predictions from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate...
Ocean County Health Department Forms Task Forces, Will Seek Bids on Decontamination Services in Ebola Preparation
The Ocean County Health Department is taking a number of steps to prepare for a potential Ebola case within the county,...
Government/ 8 years ago
Brick Purchases Sewer Vacuum, Backhoe Loader for $426K
Brick Township officials purchased a combination jet-vacuum sewer cleaner vehicle and a new backhoe loader from a cooperative at the Oct....
Brick Priest Cleared of Child Molestation Charges, Convicted on Lesser Charge
A Brick priest was found not guilty Wednesday of charges he molested two children, but was convicted on a lesser charge...