Polar Plunge People! Your best pic could be worth $150
If you're freezin' for a reason with us in Seaside this weekend, download the NJ 101.5 app and send us your best photos.
Blood money? Bill would pull NJ pensions from gun investments
A new bill sponsored by Democratic lawmakers would prohibit New Jersey's pension funds from investing in manufacturers of firearms or ammunition.
Woman killed by roommate in Jersey Shore motel, police say
Sharon Falcetano, 59, was hit by her roommate in their room at the Glendale Motel in Seaside Heights on Thursday night.
Headed to Polar Plunge? Beware of Route 37 delays
Don't get caught on Route 37 and the Matthis Bridge into Seaside Heights as thousands head to Seaside Heights on Saturday,
Asbury Park child murder case: What we know so far
The names of a 10-year-old boy fatally shot in Asbury Park and his mother were released by the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office as the search continued for the person who fired the shots late on Wednesday night.
Arming us would turn schools 'into arsenals,' NJ teachers say
"We cannot shoot our way to safety," NJEA President Marie Blistan wrote in her criticism of the call to arm teachers against mass shooters.
Wet weekend in NJ, but early next week looks promising
At least it's rain and not snow, right?
NJ Cardinal's surprising tweet: 'Nighty-night, baby'
Spokesman Jim Goodness says Newark Archbishop Joseph Tobin has eight younger sisters and "they're all his baby sisters."
Armed guard did nothing to stop Florida school shooting
School resource officer Scott Peterson never went in, officials say.
Want to support our troops? Buy them a pair of socks
Second annual Socks for Soldiers Drive hopes to collect 12,000 pairs of socks for troops overseas.
It's only February, but Jersey ants already on the march
NJ residents have been seeing ants in their homes and apartments.
NJ creates agency to tackle opioid abuse epidemic
A new office is being created in New Jersey to fight the ever-growing opioid abuse epidemic.
How to avoid confusion during the I-95 to 295 switcheroo
As I-95 in Mercer County changes to I-295, many signs are being changed and some drivers are getting confused.
$3.6M deal: An iPad or MacBook for every Englewood student
"We don't want to be a traditional model," said superintendent Robert Kravitz. "We want independence. We want to foster learning and creativity."
1,000 cops have been trained to guard NJ schools
The Garden State continues to lead the nation in the practice of unannounced school shooter drills, according to the New Jersey Department of Education.
Neptune Twp. teen charged in killing of boy, 10, in Asbury Park
A 16-year-old student at Neptune Township High School was arrested Thursday and charged in the shooting death of a 10-year-old boy in Asbury Park.
New Jersey forms gun safety coalition with three Northeast states
The idea was in development for a year, first as a campaign promise of Gov. Phil Murphy, who said the work accelerated after the Florida school shooting.
Monmouth senator: Gun industry at fault in Asbury Park shooting
Newly elected state Senator Vin Gopal said he was frustrated about the shooting death of a 10-year-old boy in Asbury Park and blamed the gun industry before all the facts of the case were released by the Prosecutor's Office.
Family of NJ man who wanted cops to shoot him sues after death
Police went to the New Jersey home with a child support warrant but were held at bay for almost four hours. It was not the first time the man had a run-in with cops.
19 names Dan Zarrow could have given his new baby
Seriously? "Wheel Zarrow?" ROFLMAO.