The Asbury Park Press is a daily newspaper in Monmouth and Ocean counties of New Jersey and has the third largest circulation in the state. Its investigative staff, led by editor Paul D'Ambrosio, has been awarded numerous national honors in journalism, including the Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting, two the Associated Press Managing Editors' Award for Public Service, the National Headliner Award for Public Service and two National Headliner Awards for Best Series (large papers). The Press ' investigative team was a finalist for the 2010 Pulitzer Prize in Public Service. The newspaper was also the home to editorial cartoonist Steve Breen when he won the Pulitzer Prize in that category in 1998. Source
BOUND BROOK – Perhaps the Point Pleasant Beach High School football team should come with a warning to Mid-State 37 Central Group I teams: ‘First-half performance no guarantee of future results.’The Gulls followed a familiar blueprint for the second straight week in the NJSIAA playoffs, looking flat in the first half to fall behind on the road by two touchdowns, only to come roaring out after intermission and getting it done with the pressure on.
Here are the top performances in Week 11's round 2 of the Shore Conference high school football playoffs:Freehold: Ashante Worthy, Rushed for 125 yards and three TDs, threw for 111 yards and a TD and also had two interceptions. Freehold: Ahmad Dixon. Returned the second half kickoff 79 yards to put Freehold ahead for good. Freehold: Quincy Davis, Had a 27-yard game-tying TD reception in the first half in which he wrested the ball away from a defender.
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Thursday, November 16, 2017
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BERKELEY - A rebuilt Berkeley Island County Park, bigger and better than it was before superstorm Sandy obliterated it five years ago, is expected to reopen in late spring, said Ocean County Freeholder John C. Bartlett Jr.“Everything is going well, the weather has been holding up for the construction work,” Bartlett said Friday.
WEST ORANGE - RWJBarnabas Health executives recently were girding for more changes to Obamacare and reeling from the arrest of a colleague, when a story caught Barry Ostrowsky's eye. It said by 2030, 95 percent of all cars on the road will be either driverless or electric, and the chief executive officer of RWJBarnabas Health wondered how that would upend the state's biggest health care company. "Forget policy coming frankly from legislators and chief executives of government," Ostrowsky said.
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This is the Hook, Line and Sinker aggregate page. Scroll down for videos and links to earlier reports. Catch a fish we should know about? Email Dan Radel at email@example.com or call 732-643-4072. Fishermen will be allowed to take roughly 35 million more pounds of menhaden out of the water after a quota increase was approved Tuesday in Maryland by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission.
TOMS RIVER - Donovan Catholic and Manchester Township reunited with its annual Thanksgiving game on Friday night, and once again the trophy changes schools, heading to the halls at Donovan after their 41-24 home win. The Hawks (4-7) presented its strong running game early and often, beginning with 11 straight running plays and leading to quarterback Jerry Ward’s 3-yard run to give Manchester an opening 6-0 lead, which would be its only lead in the game.
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