Suspended School Psychologist Tops Stories on Patch Last Month
The suspension of the Little Silver school psychologist led the pack of most-viewed stories on Little Silver-Oceanport Patch last month.
Little Silver's school psychologist was suspended by the district following an arrest last month for alleged distribution of marijuana and child endangerment. (Click here to read more.)
An accident on Newman Springs Road involving two vehicles resulted in four injuries, including one considered serious, according to Capt. Darren McConnell of the Red Bank Police Department. (Click here to read more.)
Bettina Forbes likes to look for the silver lining in things.
She moved with her family to Little Silver 10 years ago from Hoboken, and while she had made friends and become active in her new community, Forbes toyed with the idea of moving back closer to the city one day.
But when her ranch-style home at the corner of Point Road and Seven Bridges Road filled with water during Sandy -- literally wiping out most everything her family owned -- she realized how deep her roots had burrowed into Little Silver. (Click here to read more.)
Here's our best shot at summarizing the considerations for property owners as they rebuild after the Oct. 29 storm. But because of the considerable amount of confusion surrounding the whole process, feel free to share information, questions and observations in the comments section of this story. (Click here to read more.)
A stately Sycamore Avenue estate dating to 1903 went up in flames Monday afternoon in a four-alarm fire.
Volunteer firefighters and emergency rescue squads turned out from Shrewsbury, Northside (Tinton Falls), Little Silver, Red Bank and Eatontown. (Click here to read more.)
The fire that ripped through the historic estate on Sycamore Avenue in Shrewsbury on Monday, destroying what villagers a century ago called “The Castle,” was not the first blaze to cause damage to the property. (Click here to read more.)
The four-alarm fire that burned through a century-old estate in Shrewsbury on Monday was caused by fireplace ashes that had been "improperly disposed," according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office. (Click here to read more.)
A Little Silver has been indicted for illegal possession of ritalin, according to court documents.
Paul Hatch, 36, 20 Hickory Lane, was arrested in Union Beach on July 9 and was charged with knowingly or purposefully possessing methylphenidate HCI. He faces one count of possession of an illegal substance, a third degree crime. (Click here to read more.)
Map showing snowfall amounts for the Feb. 9 storm. (Click here to read more.)
The West Long Branch Police are investigating yet another bomb threat at the Consumer Centre in the borough; the third in the last two weeks. (Click here to read more.)