Category: Monmouth County

VIDEO: Anti-lockdown protesters demonstrate in Phil Murphy’s own town

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. – Middletown’s municipal government has decided to keep its local parks open, but since the Republican-run Monmouth County community is also home to Governor Phil Murphy’s $10 million mansion, a caravan of protesters rolled through the streets on Read More

Middletown, N.J. vows to keep its parks open

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. – While Monmouth County government is falling in line the Governor Murphy’s closure of county parks, the county’s most populous county is keeping its parks open for quarantine-weary residents. On Wednesday, the township of nearly 70,000 issued a press Read More

Monmouth County bows to Murphy’s park closures; Sussex freeholder pens protest letter

FREEHOLD, N.J. – In most cases? New Jersey residents concerned that Phil Murphy has gone a bit (or a lot) too far with his draconian COVID-19 emergency orders can’t look to local Republican officials for leadership. On Tuesday, after the Read More

Rumson man’s attorney: “There was no corona party”

By Art Gallagher _ John P. Maldjian, the Rumson man charged with reckless endangerment and other charges related to violating Governor Phil Murphy’s social distancing orders, has hired one of New Jersey’s top criminal defense attorneys to defend him against the disorderly Read More

Rumson Police break up 30-person Pink Floyd party

Updated Sunday 4/5/2020 @ 11:00 p.m. RUMSON, N.J. – Approximately 30 middle-aged New Jerseyans ran afoul of the local police on Saturday night by participating in a front lawn Pink Floyd party. The local PD issued warnings rather than criminal Read More

UPDATE #2: Monmouth prosecutor, sheriff block release of 14 of 22 dangerous inmates

Updated: 12:25 p.m. 4/1/20 FREEHOLD, N.J. – 22 prisoners. One of them – a Megan’s Law violator – murdered a 16-year-old girl decades ago. Another compelled his own 7-year-old daughter to perform oral sex… on him. Two others are convicted Read More

N.J. Assemblywoman volunteers as EMR during COVID-19 crisis

HOLMDEL, N.J. – While most mid-level elected official have thrived on cliches during the present COVID-19 pandemic, one New Jersey legislator has spent considerable time volunteering with the Holmdel First Aid Squad. “I like being able to give back to Read More