10. Morganville Woman Medevaced After Accident on Rt. 34 in Aberdeen
A Morganville woman was medevaced to Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center Monday afternoon after an accident on Route 34 in Aberdeen Township.
9. Cliffwood Beach Man Dies After Route 34 Head-On Collision in Marlboro
A head-on collision on Route 34 in Marlboro claimed the life of Michael Myers, 29 of Cliffwood Beach on Wednesday night, according to Marlboro Police Captain Steve Mennona. Myers was pronounced dead on the scene.
8. UPDATE: Victim Identified In Route 36 Fatal Car Accident
Hazlet Police are investigating a fatal accident at Route 36 and Munro Avenue, also known as Monroe Avenue, around midnight last night.
Wide eyes took in the scene on West Front Street in Keyport Tuesday morning, as bayshore residents crunched over the carnage of their beloved local businesses and marinas.
A 23-year-old man, described by neighbors as a recently discharged military veteran, shot and killed two co-workers before taking his own life at the Pathmark supermarket in Old Bridge early Friday morning, according to Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce Kaplan.
5. PHOTO: Aerial View of Union Beach
1st Lt. Vincent Solomeno of the New Jersey National Guard shared his photo of an aerial view of his hometown of Union Beach.
4. Man Turns Himself In To Matawan Police After Barricading Himself in Tree Haven Apartment
A man with a gun barricaded in his Tree Haven apartment on Ravine Drive in Matawan turned himself into police without incident at about 9:40 p.m., according to Lt. Ben Smith.
A boil water advisory that was implemented in Old Bridge and certain sections of Aberdeen on Monday night was lifted in Old Bridge Wednesday night after test results indicated there was no longer fecal coliform bacteria in the water supply.
2. Hurricane Sandy Takes Bite Out of Historic Waterfront Home in Union Beach
Before Jon Zois and his girlfriend Meredith evacuated their Union Beach home that overlooks the Raritan Bay Sunday afternoon, they each packed a suitcase and moved their more valuable possessions up to the second floor.
Thousands of residents of Matawan, Aberdeen and Keyport lost power when Hurricane Sandy rolled through the area on Monday, Oct. 29. Seven days later, many are still in the dark.