The Jackson Times

The Jackson Times Founded in 2000, The Jackson Times covers one of the largest municipalities in the Ocean County area.
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Published by Micromedia Publications, Inc. Stewart Swann, President Robyn Friedrich, Vice President Jason Allentoff, General Manager/Editor-In-Chief Allison Gradzki, Production Manager Chris Lundy, News Editor Sara Grillo, Assistant News Editor Adriana Starcic, Graphic Artist Laura Hoban, Distribution Manager Office closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Mission: Micromedia Publications, Inc. was founded in 1995 by Stewart Swann and Robyn Weber for the purpose of publishing high quality local weekly newspapers within New Jersey.

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A hot beach day today at the Jersey Shore. (Photo by Bob Vosseller) #oceancounty #beach #jerseyshore #sunshine #surf #wa...
07/19/2020

A hot beach day today at the Jersey Shore. (Photo by Bob Vosseller) #oceancounty #beach #jerseyshore #sunshine #surf #waves #sand #summer #tourism #recreation #jerseyshoreonline

Read the latest edition of The Jackson Times in-print, on your desktop, smartphone or tablet. https://issuu.com/micromed...
07/18/2020
2020-07-18 - The Jackson Times

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The Street Crimes Unit, which is tasked with finding crimes such as drug dealing, made 22 arrests in one week, 20 of whi...
07/18/2020
Police Make 20 Arrests Involving Condo Complex | Jersey Shore Online

The Street Crimes Unit, which is tasked with finding crimes such as drug dealing, made 22 arrests in one week, 20 of which involved the Maple Leaf Condominium Complex.
https://www.jerseyshoreonline.com/brick/police-make-20-arrests-involving-condo-complex/

BRICK – The Street Crimes Unit, which is tasked with finding crimes such as drug dealing, made 22 arrests in one week, 20 of which involved the Maple Leaf Condominium Complex, according to a report. Drugs, firearms, disorderly conduct, and other charges were levied against people. The followi...

This case is still under investigation and charges are pending. Anyone with information is asked to contact police. http...
07/17/2020
Man Stabbed Breaking Up Fight Near Rail Trail | Jersey Shore Online

This case is still under investigation and charges are pending. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.
https://www.jerseyshoreonline.com/berkeley/man-stabbed-breaking-up-fight-near-rail-trail/

BERKELEY – Police reported that a man was stabbed while trying to break up a fight involving his son and four other male juveniles. The incident happened on July 16 in the area of Wheaton Avenue and Central Boulevard. The juveniles had fled the scene prior to police arriving. They all knew eac...

On the letters page of our seven weekly print editions, we give you a chance to endorse the candidate of your choice. Yo...
07/17/2020
Editorial: Micromedia WILL NOT Endorse Candidates | Jersey Shore Online

On the letters page of our seven weekly print editions, we give you a chance to endorse the candidate of your choice. You’ll see endorsements for any party. But what you won’t see is an endorsement from the newspaper itself. http://ow.ly/TMdq30qYWoH

On the letters page of our seven weekly print editions, we give you a chance to endorse the candidate of your choice. You’ll see endorsements for a...

Staff of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission recently submitted a report to Congress on the best practices for Community A...
07/17/2020
Nuclear Regulator Commission Submits Report On Advisory Boards | Jersey Shore Online

Staff of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission recently submitted a report to Congress on the best practices for Community Advisory Boards involving decommissioning nuclear power plants like the Oyster Creek Nuclear Plant in Lacey. http://ow.ly/rdye30qYWoa

NEW JERSEY – Staff of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission recently submitted a report to Congress on the best practices for Community Advisory Boar...

Wanna win tickets to Six Flags Great Adventure? Jersey Shore Online is pleased to announce our 2020 Summer Giveaway. To ...
07/17/2020

Wanna win tickets to Six Flags Great Adventure? Jersey Shore Online is pleased to announce our 2020 Summer Giveaway. To be entered into the random drawing, all you have to do is subscribe to our E-Blast for a chance to win! Visit https://www.jerseyshoreonline.com/e-newsletter/ and sign up today!

The recently updated 2020 Resource Directory is being distributed by the Ocean County Office of Senior Services and it i...
07/17/2020
Ocean County Updates Free Senior Resource Guide | Jersey Shore Online

The recently updated 2020 Resource Directory is being distributed by the Ocean County Office of Senior Services and it includes information on a host of programs and services geared to assist seniors living in Ocean County. http://ow.ly/fXEK30qYWpr

TOMS RIVER – Ocean County seniors now have an easy way to find the programs and services that are available to them. This will be a benefit to th...

The Ocean County Health Department brought attention to a new study that estimated the spread of COVID-19 could be contr...
07/17/2020
New Study: COVID-19 Spread Could Be Controlled If Everyone Wore Mask | Jersey Shore Online

The Ocean County Health Department brought attention to a new study that estimated the spread of COVID-19 could be controlled in 4-8 weeks if everyone wore a mask.
https://www.jerseyshoreonline.com/featured/new-study-covid-19-spread-could-be-controlled-if-everyone-wore-mask/

OCEAN COUNTY – The Ocean County Health Department brought attention to a new study that estimated the spread of COVID-19 could be controlled in 4-8 weeks if everyone wore a mask. The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Robert Redfield, said in a July 14 interview with...

The Barnegat Bay from Seaside. (Photo by Chris Lundy) #seaside #barnegatbay #sky #sun #photography #summer #oceancounty ...
07/16/2020

The Barnegat Bay from Seaside. (Photo by Chris Lundy) #seaside #barnegatbay #sky #sun #photography #summer #oceancounty #news #newspaper #jerseyshoreonline

With the assumption that all school districts are going to have some form of virtual learning in September, the State is...
07/16/2020
State Allots $115M For Virtual Learning | Jersey Shore Online

With the assumption that all school districts are going to have some form of virtual learning in September, the State is allotting $115 million to provide technology so that every student in New Jersey will have the ability to learn from home. http://ow.ly/mxiZ30qYSsu

IRVINGTON – With the assumption that all school districts are going to have some form of virtual learning in September, the State is allotting $1...

The Crime Suppression Unit surveilled the residence on Wood Duck Court, and said they saw suspicious activity. They arre...
07/16/2020
Cops: Man Dealing Drugs From His Townhouse | Jersey Shore Online

The Crime Suppression Unit surveilled the residence on Wood Duck Court, and said they saw suspicious activity. They arrested a subject who left the residence and then got a search warrant for the home. http://ow.ly/6lsa30qYQe8

HOWELL – A resident told police they thought someone might be dealing drugs out of a townhouse on Wood Duck Court. Police investigated and made a...

Bartley Healthcare Nursing, Rehabilitation & Assisted Living
07/16/2020

Bartley Healthcare Nursing, Rehabilitation & Assisted Living

Time to blow out the birthday candles! 🎂 Ida celebrated her 100th birthday with the team at Bartley Healthcare. She has been a long-term care resident since 2018. We are honored to celebrate Ida's special day with her.

A local man pled guilty to charges that he murdered a man and threatened his ex-girlfriend with a gun while her five-yea...
07/15/2020
Man Pleads Guilty To Murder | Jersey Shore Online

A local man pled guilty to charges that he murdered a man and threatened his ex-girlfriend with a gun while her five-year-old child was near. http://ow.ly/UNq430qYCNw

LONG BRANCH – A local man pled guilty to charges that he murdered a man and threatened his ex-girlfriend with a gun while her five-year-old child...

More winners announced in our Six Flags Ticket Giveaway! Congrats to Ann Marie McGinley, Frank & Heather Kneski and Jenn...
07/15/2020

More winners announced in our Six Flags Ticket Giveaway! Congrats to Ann Marie McGinley, Frank & Heather Kneski and Jennifer Saavedra. There is still time to enter our contest. All you have to do is subscribe to our e-blast. https://www.jerseyshoreonline.com/e-newsletter/

The Toms River’s Motor Vehicle Commission is closed for a “deep cleaning” after an individual fell ill, according to rep...
07/15/2020
Driver’s License Center Closed For Cleaning | Jersey Shore Online

The Toms River’s Motor Vehicle Commission is closed for a “deep cleaning” after an individual fell ill, according to reports. https://www.jerseyshoreonline.com/toms-river/drivers-license-center-closed-for-cleaning/

TOMS RIVER – The Toms River’s Motor Vehicle Commission is closed for a “deep cleaning” after an individual fell ill, according to reports. New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission spokesman William Connolly told APP.com that the individual has not tested positive for COVID-19, protocol requir...

The owners of the diner, located in Jackson Crossing Plaza on South Hope Chapel Road, announced via social media that th...
07/15/2020
Jackson Diner Closes Doors, A Victim of COVID-19 | Jersey Shore Online

The owners of the diner, located in Jackson Crossing Plaza on South Hope Chapel Road, announced via social media that they were closing their doors. https://www.jerseyshoreonline.com/jackson/jackson-diner-closes-doors-a-victim-of-covid-19/

JACKSON – For a dozen years if you wanted to get a taste of some real diner food in the township it wasn’t hard to find. The Jackson Diner offered up all the specialties. From a variety of omelets, to chicken parmigiana, and from meatloaf to milkshakes the diner situated in the plaza […]

Today is expected to be a stunner of a beach day. Here we are at Brick Beach III. (Photo by Laura Ackermann) #beach #bri...
07/15/2020

Today is expected to be a stunner of a beach day. Here we are at Brick Beach III. (Photo by Laura Ackermann) #beach #brick #bricknj #oceancounty #summer #sand #surf #waves #ocean #jerseyshore #tourism #recreation #jerseyshoreonline

Good night, Jersey Shore. (Photo by Denise Maynard) #lakehoricon #lakehurst #sunset #photography #nature #oceancounty #n...
07/15/2020

Good night, Jersey Shore. (Photo by Denise Maynard) #lakehoricon #lakehurst #sunset #photography #nature #oceancounty #news #newspaper #newjersey #calm #summer #jerseyshoreonline

A permit to make sure soil is clean is being challenged by two builder associations, but members of the governing body h...
07/14/2020
Builders Challenge Clean Soil Ordinance | Jersey Shore Online

A permit to make sure soil is clean is being challenged by two builder associations, but members of the governing body have said the ordinance reflects a State Department of Environmental Protection request. http://ow.ly/vNuD30qYkuc

JACKSON – A permit to make sure soil is clean is being challenged by two builder associations, but members of the governing body have said the or...

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683 Route 70 Unit 2B
Lakehurst, NJ
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Ocean County 4/23/20 Town Name Number of Cases Barnegat 169 Barnegat Light 2 Bay Head 7 Beach Haven 5 Beachwood 71 Berkeley 381 Brick 699 Eagleswood 4 Harvey Cedars 0 Island Heights 7 Jackson 485 Lacey 142 Lakehurst 20 Lakewood 1461 Lavallette 7 Little Egg Harbor 82 Long Beach Township 18 Manchester 383 Mantoloking 0 Ocean Gate 8 Ocean Twp. (Waretown) 31 Pine Beach 8 Plumsted 35 Point Pleasant Beach 31 Point Pleasant Borough 125 Seaside Heights 21 Seaside Park 4 Ship Bottom 6 South Toms River 57 Stafford 160 Surf City 4 Toms River 921 Tuckerton 10 Total Positive Cases: 5366
Great to see the Easter Bunny!! Thank you to Station 55!!!
URGENT ON FACE MASK AVAILABILITY: "Every day I watch the pleas for PPE on different channels. We produce them. 10 Million Masks a Day. A Day! But, it is so time consuming to find the right persons in the right agencies to make the right decisions so we can supply them. We have been donating to the doctors that we know. But that's like spitting to the wildfire trying to stop it. If you know someone making these decisions, please give them my phone number: 609-902-5188 John Liu With a five minute phone call, we can get these materials to them right away! People are dying" (I personally know John, - worked with him in the past at Straw Studios in Cranbury NJ. John Liu has been in a position of manufacturing for over 25yrs. When he says he can get these masks, he Can!) PLEASE - PLEASE help me get this GREAT NEWS out to Everyone you know - & don't know!!!!!
Letter sent to Diocese of Trenton's Communications Director: Rayanne, After his latest abuse St. Aloysius' Pastor Bambrick received over 1,000 negative comments on the parish page. To hide and shut down criticism yesterday he removed the site off Facebook. He has shut down communications among over 1,900 families relying on the site for information and for offline interpersonal communications with each other. He is a tyrant who now attempts to shut down free speech of his parishioners. He deprives them of what was a valuable resource. He is vile. He got bad press and in a childish and spiteful act shut down the game and took back his marbles. Is this how your leadership as Diocesan Communication Director operates? It should be him and not Facebook that should be removed. Nic Haros St. Al Parishioner
Hi To Anyone who can Help the Bread from Heaven Cafe Soup kitchen We Serve the people ... All People this is a no judgment zone !!! We are in need of brown paper bags for our take home lunches . We need large and small plastic bags Soup cups Butter cups Plastic utensils Napkins Paper towels Any kind of prepared or raw foods you can offer Tin trays Peanut butter and jelly Cheeses butter olive oil Paper towels Large round tablecloths like from the dollar store Meats Eggs Parmesan cheese Sugar free jello or pudding mixes ... below are some of our foods that were lovingly prepared for our residents from Soup to Nuts fresh salads 2 entrees this day ...Shepherds pie .. tortellini chicken soup ...Pierogies with fried onions ... potato salad macaroni salad .. bananas and oranges ... pizza 🍕 wawa sandwiches.. breads bagels and delicious pastry is almost always served ... Some of you may not be aware that we last Tuesday lost our Founder Helen Ludwig ... she peacefully Joined the Good Lord and I’m positive she’s already trying out her wings ... The community has always always helped us provide for the people ...God Bless you all for your help Always !!!! Iwe know Helen so loved her works !!! She not only fed her soup kitchen with her Amazing family of volunteers but she also fed and helped many in the community thank-you all so much for your offerings!!!!💜💜💜
Explain situation that Bread From Heaven Cafe urgently needs a place to store our food and supplies. With the death of our founder Helen Ludowig it is imperative we find a place to store food and supplies. We are looking for a garage with electricity or a piece of land where we can place a trailer and have access to electricity. Best case is somewhere in Jackson near Bartley Road. 🙏💜🙏💜🙏💜🙏💜🙏💜🙏💜🙏💜🙏💜🙏💜🙏💜🙏
To all registered voters, please come out tomorrow and vote for your local fire departments. Whatever district you live in, the men and women that help protect this town would appreciate the support for the budget. District 2 Votes at the Miller Avenue Firehouse District 3 Votes at the Johnson Park Firehouse District 4 votes at the Countyline Road Firehouse Thank you
Is it true... RITAS was sold ???!
The day is approaching, we are almost ready. The lights go live on Saturday, November 30. Our Christmas Light Show will start nightly at 6pm. It will run through New Year's night. Come by and listen to the lights. We hope this year will be bigger and better than the past years. Hopefully, with the support of those who come and watch the show, we will surpass an unbelievable $30,000 raised for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. We look forward to seeing everyone. www.facebook.com/cookschristmasnj the address is 1 Carlson Ct., Jackson.
Election day is just one week away. Please come out and VOTE for me. Haskins for Jackson board of Education. Thank you for your support!