News for Wall, NJ. The township of Wall is the 9th most populous municipality in Monmouth County and the 95th most populous in New Jersey with more than 25,800 residents. The mayor in 2021 is Timothy J. Farrell.
Parking lot crash leads to gas pump fire at Wall, NJ Wawa
Thick black smoke filled the air above the Wawa on Route 34 in Wall Township on Tuesday afternoon.
NJ dad in prison for beating baby boy also admits killing newborn
Austin Meli, already serving 10 years for assaulting his young son, has pleaded guilty to causing his six-week old daughter's violent death in 2019.
Football to continue at Wall after criminal hazing case
A new football coach will lead the Wall High School program but lawsuits against the Board of Education will linger.
Lawyer says Wall, NJ high school 'hazing' was 'not sexual'
"This is not the Sayreville case. This is not the Glen Ridge case of old. This isn't the Holmdel case of decades ago," attorney Chris Adams said about the alleged locker room assault.
Ex-judge questions student suspensions amid Wall, NJ hazing probe
Defense attorney Deborah Gramiccioni cautioned against Wall High School administrators being quick to suspend teens amid allegations of hazing involving some football players.
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Ex-Long Branch, NJ police officer admits making drugs in meth lab
Christopher Walls, 50, pleaded guilty months after being arrested at his Long Branch home.
Public speaks out on Wall school hazing, sex assault accusations
Community members packed a township board of education meeting, amid allegations and a probe of a locker room incident and a sex assault off school grounds.
Wall High School cancels Thanksgiving football game amid scandal
Township school officials — who have slammed rumors — announced the game was scrapped, ahead of a Board of Ed report on accusations of a locker room assault on a fellow player.