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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

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One big problem with legalizing marijuana in NJ

There is one problem with legalizing marijuana in New Jersey, and it's massive There is no reliable way to test stoned drivers. The consequences could be disastrous.

Centers for Wound Healing at Hackensack Meridian Health Bayshore...

Centers for Wound Healing at Hackensack Meridian Health Bayshore Medical Center, Jersey Shore Medical Center and Ocean Medical Center Garner Awards Newswise - Holmdel, NJ October 12, 2017 The Centers for Wound Healing at Bayshore Medical Center in Holmdel, N.J., Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune, N.J. and Ocean Medical Center in Brick, N.J. are excited to receive a Center of Excellence award and to have been named Centers of Distinction by Healogics, Inc., a company with an expertise in wound healing that works for the advancement of wound healing treatment.

George Campbell celebrates 100th birthday in style

Most people would find celebrating a 100th birthday amazing enough by itself, but for George Campbell there is much more to celebrate as Oct. 10 has been declared "George Campbell Day" in Point Pleasant Beach. The declaration was made by Mayor Stephen Reid, who attended an Oct. 8 party for Mr. Campbell, along with family, friends and other special guests.

Contractor sought after ripping off customers, police say

A masonry contractor who lives in the Slate Belt but works out of New Jersey is wanted on two warrants that say he took advance money for work but never did the jobs, Forks Township police report. On June 12, Christopher Bobko, 40, of the 2100 block of Lower South Main Street in Washington Township , took an $8,750 deposit from a Forks couple to begin a $35,000 job involving a retaining wall and boat ramp at 4191 North Delaware Drive, police said in court papers.

George Campbell celebrates 100th birthday in style

Most people would find celebrating a 100th birthday amazing enough by itself, but for George Campbell there is much more to celebrate as Oct. 10 has been declared "George Campbell Day" in Point Pleasant Beach. The declaration was made by Mayor Stephen Reid, who attended an Oct. 8 party for Mr. Campbell, along with family, friends and other special guests.

Four Ocean County residents busted after Manchester Police find $1,400 worth of cocaine in car

Conducting surveillance by the Surf and Stream Campground on Route 571 near Ridgeway Boulevard, Manchester Township Police Department's Narcotics Enforcement Team pulled over a vehicle they deemed suspicious. In addition to finding 27.4 grams of cocaine in the car, police also discovered drug paraphernalia and a container of suspected urine.

Unarmed Zombies descend on Asbury Park

Unarmed zombies descend on Asbury Park in wake of Vegas massacre Heightened security doesn't deter the undead from invading Asbury Park during the 10th annual Zombie Walk. Check out this story on northjersey.com: http://on.app.com/2kvuAoB Tom Pryor of Old Bridge and Dave Fischer of South Ambory at the Asbury Park Zombie Walk in Asbury Park NJ on October 7, 2017.

Brick announces intent to sue opioid manufacturers

Brick Township has retained a national law firm to sue opioid manufacturers, including Purdue Pharma, a producer of oxycontin, Mayor John Ducey said. According to the mayor, the lawsuit will be based on the "companies' misrepresentations to medical providers and patients of the danger of opioid painkillers."

Business owner gets 3 years in prison for insurance scam

TOMS RIVER -- The owner of an electronic recycling warehouse was sentenced Monday to three years in prison for orchestrating a $600,000 scam in which he lied about the type of work his employees did to obtain cheaper workers' compensation rates. Albert Boufarah, 50, of Toms River, the owner of Supreme Asset Management Recovery in Lakewood, was also fined $100,000, the state attorney general's office said in a statement.

Toms River police officer dies nearly 9 months after Parkway truck crash

Police Officer Brett Hansen, whose extensive injuries in a crash on the Garden State Parkway in January struck an emotional chord and produced an outpouring of support, reached the end of his struggle to survive. Township police, via Facebook , said that Hansen's death at age 28 was unexpected.

Inside the 'ghost towns' of N.J.'s Pine Barrens

The one million-acre reserve is home to more history and legends than that of the Jersey Devil, as it turns out. Barbara Solem, a Pine Barrens expert and author of "Ghost Towns: And Other Quirky Places in the New Jersey Pine Barrens," takes groups of more than a dozen people to trek around the sites with the local tourist and outdoor group Pinelands Adventures.

Township clears major hurdle in Foodtown site redevelopment

The township has cleared a major hurdle in the long-anticipated redevelopment of the former Foodtown site, expediting the project timeline by up to two years. According to Mayor John Ducey, the state Department of Transportation [DOT] has issued a letter of no interest for the project, which is essentially an approval of the plan to construct an indoor sports facility and retail space at the site, located on Route 70. "The council had hired a traffic expert, he did a report, put in a request for what they call a letter of no interest, which means 'We're good with it,'" Mayor Ducey said.

Man, 51, struck and killed by car in front of Egg Harbor Township hotel

EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP -- A New Jersey man was struck and killed by a Jeep early Sunday in front of a hotel along the Black Horse Pike, according to authorities. The 29-year-old driver of a 2014 Wrangler swerved left but was unable to avoid hitting David M. Byrnes of Brick at 12:43 a.m., Egg Harbor Township said in a statement.

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