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More Shake Shacks Coming to New Jersey, Will One Finally Come to Ocean County, NJ Read More: More Shake Shacks Coming to NJ, Will One Finally Come to OC

Shake Shack has become so popular, especially in the last 5 years. Shake Shack has a new “HOT” menu out. Thanks to the, Shake Shack’s newest menu items are Hot Ones Chicken, Hot Ones Burger, and Hot Ones Bacon Cheese Fries. There are several Shake Shacks in Monmouth County. The closest ones to us in… Keep Reading

Toms River Cops Connect With Neighborhood Watch Group

TOMS RIVER – Not everyone who shows up at Toms River Township’s Police Department walks in with a problem. Some come hoping to be part of the solution. Around 30 township residents appeared at police headquarters as part of the town’s Neighborhood Watch group. Meetings are on the first Thursday of most months and run… Keep Reading

Water Main Project To Begin On Route 9

TOMS RIVER – About 2 miles of water main on Route 9 in Toms River will be replaced. The project will begin tonight, September 12, weather permitting. Veolia said the replacement will provide local businesses and residential customers with improved water quality and reliable water service. “The opportunity to renew the water main presented itself… Keep Reading

JF Party Dragon doing outstanding work for many communities

There is a uniqueness about the Ocean County-based non-profit JF Party Dragon and that’s in part because they are middle-man — there to help out wherever the need is great. Tom Nuara, President, Chief Executive Director, and Co-Founder of JF Party Dragon along with Justin Greco, Treasurer, and CFO of JF Party Dragon, joined us on ‘Shore Time… Keep Reading


SEPTEMBER 8, 2022 Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L), FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) utilities have announced the hiring of several Brookdale Community College graduates of the Power Systems Institute (PSI) two-year educational training program. This program helps prepare the next generation of line and substation workers for FirstEnergy’s ten electric utility companies. Continue Reading on… Keep Reading

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