STAFFORD — A woman was flown to a trauma center after a serious three-vehicle crash that happened just before 9 a.m. on Route 9 in Stafford, snarling traffic as authorities closed the road for the investigation, said Capt. Thomas Dellane. Route 9 was reopened about 11 a.m., he said.

STAFFORD — Gloria McElroy, 87, of Jennings Road has been found unharmed and safe, according to a statement by the New Jersey State Police, which issued a Silver Alert when she was reported missing Sunday evening.

A jury today found David K. Haugland, 41, of Stafford guilty of two counts of second-degree theft and one count of attempted theft

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A Stafford Township doctor facing drug, weapons and money-laundering charges pleaded not guilty in a brief first appearance in court Monday.

STAFFORD — Dr. Liviu Holca was arrested Friday and authorities shut down his practice in the Manahawkin section of the township, charging him with illegally distributing the prescription drugs Percocet and Xanax for no medical reason.

Liviu Holca, 55, is accused of dealing Percocet and Xanax to undercover officers out of his Manahawkin medical office

-a5089ae18efbdb2c.jpgLiviu Holca, 55Ocean County Prosecutor 

MANAHAWKIN — An Ocean County physician whose office was raided on Friday morning was arrested and charged with illegally prescribing Percocet and Xanax, authorities said.

Liviu Holca, 55, a general practitioner, was charged with distributing more than an ounce of each of the painkillers through medically unnecessary prescriptions, as a result of eight undercover operations conducted by detectives, Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato said.

Prosecutors have also filed forfeiture papers to attempt to shut down Holca’s practice and are seeking the title to the Beacon Avenue medical building wher

STAFFORD — Jess Bartlett, owner of of Cake That! in the Manahawkin Mart will be part of one of the notable advance Super Bowl parties leading up to the big game on Feb. 2.

Mathew Rosado arrested and charged with burglarizing homes and synagogues – one week after his brother is arrested for a string of break-ins, police say

-b69739c59000d1a1.jpgMathew Rosado, 25, of Tent City in LakewoodOcean County Jail 

LAKEWOOD — The brother of a man arrested for a string of robberies last week was himself charged with counts of burglary and theft just days later, police said.

Mathew Rosado, 25, was arrested Saturday on outstanding warrants after police responded to a report of an argument between a man and a woman at the BounceU kids’ play place, said Sgt. Gregory Staffordsmith.

Rosado, who lives in Tent City, a community of mostly homeless people in Lakewood, was noted to have several outstanding warrants, the sergeant added. A further investigation determined his i

As one accused burglar was trying to sell jewelry from an alleged burglary, another man across town was caught after committing another burglary, police say

-b2a0ea2785134b07.jpgAlihbo Rosado, 26Ocean County Jail 

LAKEWOOD — Two accused burglars were arrested and charged in separate, months-long series of burglaries in town, police said.

As a Tent City resident was trying to sell some jewelry from a recent home burglary, a police response to another burglary led to another arrest for a “crime spree” ongoing since August, said Sgt. Greg Staffordsmith of the Lakewood police department

Alihbo Rosado, 26, was arrested on Wednesday on Clinton Avenue, in the downtown area, after he tried to sell some jewelry taken from a recent home burglary, Staffordsmith said.

While the inve

Hours after Gov. Chris Christie announced his next steps in an internal review of Bridgegate today, he promised victims of Hurricane Sandy that nothing would keep him from getting residents back in their homes more than a year after the massive storm

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MANAHAWKIN — Hours after Gov. Chris Christie announced his next steps in an internal review of the George Washington Bridge scandal today, he promised victims of Hurricane Sandy that nothing would keep him from getting residents back in their homes more than a year after the massive storm.

“This is where I intend to spent the rest of my life and whatever test they put in front of me, I will meet those tests because I’m doing it on your behalf,” the governor said.

Christie visited Stafford Township Volunteer Fire Company #1 to announce the administration had distributed more than $800 million in federal housing recovery funds.

But the small town firehouse was packed with national media as the scandal over why lanes to the George Washington bridge were closed in September swirled around the governor and

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