The latest impact of New Jersey's recreational marijuana law has come into the fold as nearly 88,000 cases related to certain marijuana and hashish convictions or pending cases have been vacated or dismissed.
The Manchester Township Council introduced an ordinance this week along with an initial approval of a measure that would prevent cannabis shops from establishing themselves in this Ocean County municipality.
It could be months before pot shops are allowed to open up as the new Marijuana Law is rolled out in the Garden State, so while it is now legal, there is nowhere to currently legally buy recreational weed in New Jersey.
If you have not decided already by submitting your ballot, you still have a week and in that time Ocean County Health Leaders are hoping you'll carefully look over the numbers regarding marijuana and its affects on your health and driving.
A New Jersey Department of Transportation worker is recovering from minor injuries after the tractor he was using to cut the grass on the Route 18 median in Marlboro was hit by a car on Monday afternoon.
The Brick Township Police Street Crimes Unit sprung into action after several residents in the Kentwood Village Apartments off of Van Zile Road and on Van Courtland Drive were filing complaints of possible criminal activity taking place.