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Brick Township is located in northeastern New Jersey. It is more commonly known as "Bricktown." The town was nationally known for a claimed autism epidemic. Out of 6,000 children, 40 were found to have autism, which is not necessarily significantly higher than the national average. After further research no evidence was found to prove that the levels of autism are linked to any specific environmental factor in the town. Notable residents have included actress Kirsten Dunst (Bring It On, Interview with a Vampire, The Virgin Suicides) and author Harry Bernstein (The Invisible Wall).

Population: 76119
Local Newspapers: Ocean Star Trenton Downtown
Local Sports Teams: MetroStars New Jersey Devils New Jersey Gladiators New Jersey Nets
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Towns/Cities near brick, new jersey : Leisure Village Point Pleasant Bay Head Mantoloking Lakewood Ramtown

Brick News
Say it ain't Joe! Crab Shack has shut down 2 NJ restaurants

Fans will need to go elsewhere for their seafood cravings, as there's been a couple of Joe's Crab Shack spots closed down in New Jersey. Amid the parent company's bankruptcy process, the restaurant at the Monmouth Mall complex was shuttered earlier this month.

Brick couple's amazing lost-and-found story

Nine years after losing diamond engagement ring, Brick couple found it -- in Italy Justin and Margaret Mussel returned from vacation with a remarkable souvenir. Check out this story on Ever lose something valuable in a couch cushion, only to find it later? Well, Brick couple Justin and Margaret Mussel know the feeling.

Couple exploited Lowe's website glitch to steal $250K in merchadise, cops say

BRICK -- A husband and wife are accused of exploiting a glitch in Lowe's and possibly other store websites to get more than $250,000-worth of items shipped to their Ocean County home for free and then resell them on Facebook. Kimy Velazquez, 40, and Romela Velazquez, 24, of Brick, stole enough items from the home-improvement store to fill an 18-foot trailer, according to a statement released by Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato and Brick police Chief James Riccio.

Maureen [Clancy] Donnelly

Maureen [Clancy] Donnelly, 79, of Point Pleasant died on Aug. 12 at Sunnyside Manor surrounded by her family. Maureen was born and raised in Elizabeth, the only child of Thomas and Marie Clancy.

Permits now required for large groups using parks

Large groups of 15 or more people will now be required to obtain a permit to visit township parks or beaches. The township council unanimously approved an amended ordinance at the Aug. 8 meeting designed to protect the safety of residents and visitors and prevent large crowds from taking over public spaces.

Sea Girt 5K drew almost 2,000 runners on Saturday

Red t-shirts and red shoes flooded the Sea Girt Plaza on Saturday as approximately 2,000 runners crossed the Sea Girt 5K finish line. With rain storms travelling through the area Friday night into early Saturday morning, the race crew was nervous about the conditions on Saturday.

Fund started to help family of former Brick teen who died after party

A GoFundMe page has been started to help the family of a 19-year-old former township resident who died Friday after a party while he was back visiting New Jersey. A statement from the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office says they were called to Ocean Medical Center in Brick after being alerted to the death of Austin Siler, who had been living in Kettering, Ohio.

Lifeline Theatre presents SYLVESTER

LifelineTheatre presents Sylvester, adapted by Lifeline Theatre ensemble member Christina Calvit and directed by Lifeline Theatre Artistic Director Dorothy Milne , based on the novel Sylvester: or the Wicked Uncle by Georgette Heyer . Sylvester, Duke of Salford, was born with wealth and good looks, but a life of privilege has rendered him unfeeling towards others.

Ohio teen pronounced dead at Brick Medical Center

Austin Siler, 19, of Kettering, Ohio, was pronounced dead at the Ocean Medical Center in Brick Township on Friday, Aug. 4 at 8:21 a.m., according to the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office. The Brick Township Police Department responded to the hospital after a call from emergency room staff, reporting that Mr. Siler had been transported to the hospital by friends, according to a press release from the prosecutor's office.

Now drug users can walk into 5 Ocean County police departments and get help, not charges

TOMS RIVER -- Two Ocean County towns have joined a county-wide program that allows substance abusers to walk into police headquarters and get treatment, officials announced last week. Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato launched in January the Heroin Addiction Response Program, also known as "Blue Harp," to offer drug addicts the ability to walk into police headquarters, with drugs in hand, and get a treatment evaluation without any threat of charges or jail.

Landlord, worker sued for $5M over massive furniture store fire

HACKENSACK - A lawsuit alleging more than $5 million in damages has been filed against a landlord and the construction worker he hired to repair a roof on a North Bergen furniture store that later caught fire and burned to the ground. The lawsuit, filed by Discount Kennedy Furniture on July 25 in Bergen County Superior Court, alleges a blowtorch was used but that nobody obtained a permit from North Bergen township.

Lakewood seniors taking 'cautionary tale' to surrounding towns | Di Ionno

"What we want is transparency in how decisions are made here," said Tom Gatti, chairman of the Senior Actions Group . As the African-American population in Lakewood dwindles and Hispanic activism has been quieted because of immigration concerns, the town's senior citizens have emerged as the most vocal opposition to the power structure in Lakewood.

Overdoses, deaths fall under Brick recovery program

Opioid related overdoses have declined significantly since this time last year, primarily due to the efficacy of the township's addiction recovery program. Ocean County has become notorious from opioid related overdoses and deaths.

the Moms Unveil Covers Ep and Announce Tour Dates

In support of their upcoming stint with Brick + Mortar, New Jersey's favorite sons THE MOMS revealed their new EP Songs from the Road today. The 4-song EP is a collection of cover songs by bands that have a special meaning to The Moms and is now available worldwide.

Jersey Shore Towns Scramble for Revenue as Sandy Aid Dries Up

The streets of Ortley Beach here were once considered ground zero for the destruction from Hurricane Sandy in 2012, with houses and debris strewn about for months. Today, vacant lots still dot the blocks, but they are outnumbered by new homes and a beach as crowded as ever.

Booker: Obamacare critical in addiction treatment

U.S. Sen. Cory Booker was at Ocean Medical Center in Brick on Saturday for a roundtable discussion on the opioid addiction crisis in Ocean County. Booker: Obamacare critical in addiction treatment U.S. Sen. Cory Booker was at Ocean Medical Center in Brick on Saturday for a roundtable discussion on the opioid addiction crisis in Ocean County.

Faces of Sandy fraud: NJ has charged 96 people with taking funds meant for victims

In the years since the storm decimated Jersey's coast in 2012, prosecutors have charged 96 current and former state residents with defrauding the government and victims of Sandy. In the latest batch of charges, officials say five more people were caught applying for relief or low-interest disaster loans for which they were not eligible.

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