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"ocean county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Powering more secular and democratic forces there were shortcomings We didn't succeed and we need to learn lessons from that Ambassador thanks for taking the time Well it's great to see you again Steve Zame khalilzad negotiated a 2020 agreement with the Taliban This is NPR news This is WNYC at 7 19 the national weather service has issued a flash flood warning for New Jersey's Middlesex county and Monmouth county as well as north central ocean county That's in the southern part of the state through 11 o'clock this morning their warning people to take care especially in New Brunswick Perth Amboy Somerset Edison Lakewood Middletown old bridge Jackson how east Brunswick south Brunswick and they're also causing drivers to watch for flooding on the New Jersey turnpike between exits 9 and 13 and on interstates one 95 in two 87 and the garden state Parkway If you are driving and encountering ring flooding the national weather service advises that you turn around and do not try to drive through it 7 19 this is WNYC in New York WNYC supporters include the Guggenheim Museum presenting Vasily Kandinsky around the circle which explores the spiritual possibilities of color line and form in the museum's spiraling rotunda learn more and reserve time tickets at Guggenheim dot org The New York community trust listeners can leave a charitable bequest.
"ocean county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Up every Saturday and Sunday night businesses going Sounds like the place to be. I would quit my job. I just rent my swimming pool. You got a fucking because I know they're the stories I guess have popped up. I think in Jackson where I used to live in, like Ocean County, and you can't do it. There does violate some sort of pool sharing ordinance. They have They have a pool share. I don't know what to tell you something. There's there's some a friend of mine rabble. Uh, kept his boat, uh in brick, and it was one of those private things where you would have, like, you know, they have showers and all that, and I mean we were there. One night is pool. He's got the boat and you know we're having a few Corwin's by the pool. And next thing you know, a whole bunch of people from Lakewood snuck in. Really with Children in minivans and totally like dominated the thing to the point of like, what the hell is that? And when I was very upset, I'm sure he was very, very upset that the trade the treachery of owning a pool and a boat people taking advantage of the free showers. Ah! Oh, Okay. Now it's now starting to sink in, But it happened. He shot the free showers and find a find a body of water and jump in. Really? I'm telling you sure you can find a bar. But I'm telling me about this is true story. I knew a guy who you know those bar pool tables. Yes. You put the quarter in a slot. Yes, All right. A couple of guys who had a basement apartment in Union city, and they put one of those in the living room and they would just have parties. And just pay the rent off the quarters, so they actually they had the machine, the pool table that took the core quarters and it paid Then they had actually do it. That is a smart, smart moved, so I mean, if you want to tell you bike if I get that many people rent the light.
"ocean county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Right now as you head on home, maybe you gonna need some coffee to keep you awake as it's going to be a while, in some spots to get to where you want to be. New Jersey bash traffic now above it looks like We've gotten a whole lot better between Cape May and Atlantic counties were still a little bit slow in Somers point after exit 29, but it's not a terrible back up at this point. And then through the rest of Atlantic County up through Ocean County, the parkway has opened up significantly. Now coming out of wall. We're still a bit slow after exit 98 up to the Neptune area, then from one of five up towards 19 and then again, right near 1 16 will hit the breaks up towards Hazlitt and Keyport. And then we're busy into Woodbridge. Over the Driscoll Bridge. North bound traffic goes up to 1 29 at the turnpike. Turnpike gets a little bit slow heading up to interchange 13 for the Gospels. You've got delays. They're leaving New Jersey and about a 10 to 15 minute wait down at the Outerbridge Crossing two at the Hudson the worst if it's been the George both decks now in the 15 minute range, and there's also erect on 2 87 Coton still being cleared away before reach 78 Watch out for a crash on route 80. That's on the eastbound side, heading out to exit 30. Traffic every 15 minutes. The next reports up at 4 48 on Jeff from New Jersey one at 1.5. This Labor Day weekend. New Jersey one at 1.5 is going back to school with back to back hits. I guess you're just what I needed. I need a good times will play double shocks every hour of your favorite artists all weekend long stop That's the way you need it anyway. This Labor Day weekend join us for back to school back to back hits only on New Jersey one at 1.5. Enter the key is Sorrento sweepstakes sponsored by total energies. He recommends courts engine oil by hotel energies to keep your engine running younger. For longer. One lucky winner will drive off in a new Kia Sorrento for your chance to win. Enter online at win with total energies dot com or visit a participating Kia dealer and receive a bonus gift while supplies last visit win with total energies dot com for official rules, no purchase necessary open to legal U. S. Residents 18 and older promotion. Yeah. September. 23rd is national Checkers Day. It's also national Great American Pot Pie Day and in celebration of National Bourbon Heritage Month. September 23rd is bourbon spirited Thursday at Virginia,.
"ocean county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Here in Hamilton County City, Cincinnati, would always asserted, But now they're paying off claims. They're giving up sovereign immunity when one of their employees commits a negligent act. They're kind of giving up on that, because it's good public policy to pay those things off, but But in reality, this thing's going to last a long time. It's going to go Surfside collapsed. They were notified 30 35 years ago it was sinking. It was built in a marshy area. Secondly, the lawsuit filed six years ago gave further notice and then the building inspector said that he was suspicious of the building. And so at this point, I would think if you're indeed, county Or if you're in Surfside, The first thing you want to do at some point is check all the other buildings there were built in the 19 eighties. Plus, you got the issue of being so near the ocean. That sea salt is a problem Plus you in an area that's had numerous hurricanes come through That way. You put it all together. And maybe maybe there was notice this thing was going to happen. But I like the comment by many that in America, this does not occur unless airliners fly into a building generally of building does not collapse on its own without some outside influences. I don't think there's any gas lines available. I lived in Miami and I have a home in Naples. And there's no gas lines because you don't need gas generally because it doesn't get any Cooler than about 45 or 50 degrees. And so I don't see a gas line explosion And the most likely thing is just deterioration of the filaments inside the cement that cracked and then gave way. That's the most likely thing but down the road. We'll see what happened now. Secondly, Your law firm Freaking Myers and rule put out a A column written by a fine law clerk about the U. S Supreme Court decision. My good friend. Nurse Tony Bender has very athletic Children that are gonna look forward to participating at the University of Kentucky, making lots of money using their images and UK Kentucky just passed a law that said that football players, basketball players gymnasts whatever. Can take advantage of their image. So kind of without getting too deep in the legalese. What did the U s Supreme Court rule and what impact does it have on Tony benders? Children? Yeah. Turn by. Turn here. Good set up. You know what you're doing? Not your first rodeo, huh? A few. Let's let's talk about. Uh, yeah. Good old Spencer Campbell. Quick shot out, put together. Really nice, quick post in shameless plug, indulge before a second Willie for any listener that wants a nugget. It is information about anything, especially Ruling about employment claims with more specifically the law in general on ECA Mars website Death, um or dot law. You go on their school at the bottom is our blog hit, Subscribe and truly Spencer in this case, or anyone else that contribute to the blog takes all of these, and I'm looking at it now. 40 yard pages of Supreme Court justices popping off the mouth and gives you a couple paragraphs with what you need to know. So let me tell you what you do need to know. Give it to me. I'm laid on you because it is two parts. Essentially, they try to what we call split the baby a little physical reference. This is what the Supreme Court does a lot now They kind of punt. They want to hedge their bets. Find this is what they determined First, they kind of gave a quasi win to the students because they said, All right, we understand that you're generally being exploited. You absolutely are. But we can't give you a free ticket to be paid astronomical amount because the first purpose of what you're doing a student athletes emphasis on students who were there for pedagogical purpose offensively, although we know that's not always the case. But they did say you're allowed to get unlimited amounts. As long as it relates to education. That was a cause I win for the students. The other part of this, Willy and for the listeners to know was the partial win. For the N C double way, which was that they did permit that the is permitted to limit the amount for direct scholarships and aid. In other words, the biggest takeaway is that in the headlines kind of miss concerned, it's not surprisingly right. This wasn't an all out victory for the students at all. In any way. It was more so a partial win for both in the sense that there's some element approaching parents for the student to incentivize them. To really use their bodies for the benefit of the N C. W A Austin, La Puma Tony Bender thinks his kids are going to become millionaires at UK and I'm saying no, That's not the case because I read the synopsis of the decision and essentially said that if you're a student athlete, you get books, tuition, and you can also get computers. You can get additional aid, but it's all relatable to being a student. But you don't get a check in the mail. Correct. You do not get a check in the mail. They are still prohibited from direct payments. Willie they can knock out their checkbook and write a big fat check made payable to Tony benders, kids that they cannot not with the rule of law set and there it goes. He was going to retire and is one daughter is a great gymnast. And so there's no money in that. But they can't get extra academic assistance not given to other students because of the money they bring to the university. Exactly. You want to talk about money because I know that, you know, follow the Almighty dollar right in the beginning of opinion, Willie. Like I said, I write it for you, The only person that get me too, and I'll be brief. Is the astronomical amounts that this cartel and I said cartel with the reason that's what they were called in the opinion is making March madness alone. $1.1 billion generated. The college playoff just the playoff 470 million. So when you talk about the uniqueness in this situation will in no other type of industry would it level of at best. Exploitation at war, straight predation be permitted, and that's effectively what the Supreme Court decided as well. And you can imagine that the additional football playoffs are going to generate overeat over a billion $100 million every year in additional income and the players the workers receive little or nothing of that chunk..
"ocean county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Mother's Day to all the mothers out there just hanging out with me right now. Let's see how those roads are looking. It's New Jersey. Fast traffic. Couple slow spots right now, Heading up the turnpike. If you're hopping off it interchange 13 for the Gospels Bridge and continuing out across the span bumper to bumper traffic, leaving New Jersey right now, with the Gospels at least 15 20 minute Wait. Just to get across the bridge and then traffic still very heavy onto the Staten Island Expressway Further north and Interchange 14 that's heavy with exiting volume, and it looks like they're in the process of clearing the crash from the North bound car lanes right after exit 14 that blocks the right lane. The other crossing back to Staten Island. The Outerbridge crossing backs up to the Garden State Parkway. So some volume off the parkway at 1 27. Further north, though it looks like they cleared a crash up at 1 42 handed some general volume 1 43 upto 1 45. Also moving along better through Ocean County with a north bound rec picked up by exit 74. So from Lacey Township right up to the Driscoll Bridge Parkway looks okay this evening. Handsome traffic there. Lakewood on Route nine. Both ways out by 88. Still a mess at the Hudson leaving the state the Holland Tunnel 35 to 40 minutes from both approaches the Lincoln Tunnel. It's about a 30 35 minutes away, George Washington Bridge a 60 minute back up, that's gonna be on both levels. Western Spur the turnpike Busy up towards route 46 as well. Hand and the route 46 approach at least a 45 minute. Wait about the same, offered four. Traffic every 15 minutes. Next reports at 7 33. I'm Jeff from on New Jersey One of 1.5. One line. New Jersey one on 1.5 Instant weather. Rainy skies Tonight lows will drop down somewhere around 48 degrees. Port smarts could be mix of sun and clouds high 62 Tuesday.
‘New locals’ at the Jersey Shore couldn’t be happier after moving from Philadelphia, nearby towns
"Story today. Kind of dovetailing with what Christine and I were talking about. People that have sure properties. You probably you either. Maybe one of these people or you may know somebody like this who have basically just packed up and relocated and move down the shore for the entire of year. Of this pandemic, and I've been doing all their work. Primarily or exclusively down the shore. Ellen Mogul Owns honeys Sitting eat, which is I mean, one of the greatest breakfast I've ever eaten in this town. Not for nothing. I don't know that she would care for my endorsement. I'm just telling you, it's Kind of, uh, Northern Liberties area. I love it. But anyway, these days, it says she's hanging her hat down the shore. Some of her fellow expat neighbors this winter in the beach town of Ventnor included in New York City financial consultant who traded in apartment in Long Island for a house. Three blocks from the ocean. Former band member of the psychedelic Furs who walks a Labradoodle in red canvas sneakers and the Chairman family who's dead. Jimmy admits to feeling a bit self conscious when he showed up to his kid's soccer practice in Margate, wearing the all black Street uniforms of his former home in the Big city. They aren't looking back. As part of a can't miss them influx of new locals. They kept things busy over the winter for appreciative pandemic starve shore businesses. Discovered the calming rhythms of the off season and even learned that heading off the island is properly known, is going off shore. Like to walk the dogs to the edge of the continent, Mogul said the other morning, speaking from a car where she was headed over the bridge into Philadelphia. A year ago. Second home owners were warned to stay away from the off season short towns during a pandemic that was threatening to strain local hospitals. But they didn't listen. Referring to hole up inside beach homes rather than apartments right out the coronavirus lockdown in less populated towns rather than anxious suburbs. Others bought at the shore for the first time, driving up real estate prices and creating a frenzy of bidding wars in Ocean County. Median sales prices in January and February jumped 38.5%. With nearly 500 units sold. That's a jump of 17.2%, according to the stats. Some realized renting. Year round in a short town is a bargain and houses a few blocks from the beach could be bought in some towns with mortgages requiring a fraction of what they were paying the rent in big cities. Once you step off the hamster wheel of New York, says Daniel Yahiko analyst who bought a home in Ventnor with her mortgage, now half what she paid in rent in New York City. And where her sister is also relocating, she says. It's hard to go back to work. Even in Atlantic City, often overlooked coastal real estate booms, has now seen an uptick in prices. You know, for years we've talked about what would bring Atlantic City back. Could it be a pandemic?
Wisconsin prosecutors seek Rittenhouse arrest, higher bond
"Prosecutors in Wisconsin are seeking a new arrest warrant for the teen who is out on bond charged with killing two protesters last summer in Kenosha now eighteen years old tile Rittenhouse is accused of failing to tell the court he changed his address in Illinois so can ocean county prosecutors want him back in custody but his lawyer says the team moved to a safe house after receiving threats written house says it was self defense when he shot three protesters in August killing two during protests over the shooting of a black man Jacob blik conservatives rallied around Rittenhouse raising his two million dollar bond while gun control advocates question why is seventeen year old boy was walking around with an assault style weapon last month prosecutors alleged Rittenhouse was photographed drinking with others at a bar in Wisconsin posing with a hand gesture used by white supremacists I'm Jackie Quinn
"ocean county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Word of this announcement coming just after the close on Wall Street today, a market which in general has been wildly fluctuating in the past week. Now that the brunt of this storm is in the rear view mirror many New Jerseyans will be spending today tomorrow. Next couple of days digging out But for some people shoveling can be deadly. Sabino Tori and an interventional cardiologists at ST Barnabus Medical Center. Is not only is shoveling hard work, but plunging temperatures caused the blood vessels to constrict. Keep the body's temperature up. So you working harder, both with the physical activity lifting this? No. But also your blood pressure and circulation may be working against you, Tori says. When shoveling, it's important for people to dress warmly. Take break, stay hydrated and when possible push Rather than lift the snow Ocean County prosecutors announced the arrest of a man a hawk and man in connection with a crash that left two teenagers critically injured Saturday night and Egg Harbor Township authorities say 26 year old Michael Pillar, Ella Failed to negotiate a curve and struck an oncoming vehicle that being occupied by a driver and passenger both under 18. I'm Patrick Claverie, New Jersey One of 1.5 is your covert 19 Vaccination Information station. Go to when j. 115 dot com slash coronavirus to find out how you can make an appointment and for a list of vaccination sites in your area on Lian NJ, wanna 15 dot com slash coronavirus. Hey, it's Bill Spadea. We're halfway through the work week. Tomorrow is Wednesday will Mark Day 325 of 15 days to stop the spread. And we have politicians.
"ocean county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Pennsylvania. Fine Line in New Jersey for free Home gambling Problem call 1 800 gambling his fast traffic trouble on the turnpike truck lanes. This report sponsored by Mothers against Drunk driving. On the turnpike South down accident number one in the truck lanes is right around exit number, 10, You'll find the left lane out of service than farther down the line and exit nine. That is a collision. Also in the left lane, emergency construction on going north down the trump planes approaching Exit eight. The right lane remains out of service. 35 Mile an hour speed restriction the entire length of the turnpike because of the weather. On the parkway and no incidents currently reported through Ocean County, Armanis County. But the farther north you go the slippery or you're going to see salting and sanding operations going on through Mom of County and especially the case north of the Driscoll Bridge, heading up towards to 80 on to 80 on the West. Downside, an extra 14 and no work. That's an accident being cleared. 35 North down closed in Belmar near Route 71. That is because of tidal flooding. Same deal Long Beach Boulevard in a number of different spots on Long Beach Island, Route nine north down in Pleasantville that's closed because of an accident. Right in the area. Black horse Pike and South down to 95 were still slow approaching black horse Pike. That's a jackknifed tractor trailer. For victims of drunk and drugged driving. Your grief is unique. But you are not alone. You always have a place that mad. Call the 24 hour victim. Help line at 877 mad help or visit mad dot org's Category. 15 minutes. You're next, reported a 33 Mike Barker on New Jersey one on 1.5, New Jersey one on 1.5 is your news, traffic and weather. First responders count on us for up to the minute information from our award winning news team. I'm Eric Scott Topping our report this hour. Now, don't us to get you around with fast traffic. Bob Williams, New Jersey Traffic North. You'll Byron, New Jersey traffic South killed on us to keep you and your family safe with instant weather meteorologist and Zahra. Cheers. He won a 1.5 your first responders for news, traffic and weather. Staying on top of your family's health is more important than ever this year and getting an annual eye exam is an essential part of it. So use your renewed vision benefits at Pearl Vision Right now they'll cover your out of pocket costs or insurance Co pay for your eye exam. Prioritize your family's health and schedule their eye exams that pearl vision.
"ocean county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Are you off and if you're out, how are the roads? 1 802 831 on 1.5. Let's check in with Gina. Hey, Gina, you're in Jersey One a 1.5, where he at what you're doing. Gina. Yes. Hi. Yeah, I had to go to work this morning. The money, Miss Teen, Actually not Jean. Oh, explains the delay. Yeah. Okay. Judges didn't hear your Jo Jo didn't hear you're right. So, Yeah, we apologize. It was a G on our screen because that's what he heard. No wonder no wonder you weren't answering. Okay. Sorry, Tina. So, what did you have to do? Okay. Yeah, I had to go to work this morning. I had to be there at seven this morning. And I'm the cop person that doesn't call out for anything. I only Coyle if I'm sick or from or family member sick, right, So I hardly ever call out and I got to work late this morning. Because the roads were bad, and I couldn't get a driver to take me to work. Because I don't have my car right now. My still right. My mom's house. Okay, wait, wait now, my car. So wait. How did you get to work, then? I have a list. It took a while for them to get a lift driver. Okay, I got you. And I'm sorry. And what do you do for a living? What? Your job. I work at a grocery store, our work and food service making sandwiches. And then when I'm done over there, they put me over in Delhi to help out the deli department. That's one thing I was not thinking of. When I was running down that list of places that I think about being open on a day like this, But, yeah, grocery stores, obviously. Wasn't busy. No, not really at all. I'm not busy at all, and we had a lot of coal out. In fact, I had called the man I had called the mental. Um, I may have to call out because I couldn't get away there. And finally they did. Send me a driver out. And then I call it work it. So listen a moment a moment away. What were the I mean? I know you weren't the one driving but what with roads looking like when you're on your way in this morning? Very slick. Yep. Yeah, and even the backwards they hardly ever play all the back roads. Mm. All right, Tina. Thanks for your call. Oh, man. Speaking of back roads yesterday, one of my boys, Uh, one of the two who were on the spectrum. He had occupational therapy yesterday, Okay? And it was in the afternoon and it was down in Princeton and then you know, back 200 County. And you know, these are all kind of like wind the rural roads. And I thought they would have treated them unless it was just coming down and sticking. Even though they treated the roads. I really couldn't tell that they were treated because it was sticking big time. And it was like I mean, I was already slipping. And this was yesterday. Not even today. Yeah, really surprised me. All right. So who was working today? Who is off today? 1 802 831 on 1.5, Nick and Toms River. You're on New Jersey One of 1.5. Hey, guys. How you doing? All right, Nick. Yes. So I decided. I work at physical therapy office and they closed down today because of the storm, but adored ash on the side. Like all my days also, I've been doing that since, like, nine o'clock this morning. Really? Wow, You're a workaholic. If you would go out when you don't really have to. Well, Dorr actually looking in this area, If you want to risk your life will be the next $4 per run. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. But okay, But you okay? Maybe jump in and ask you if somebody door dashes, though, on a day like this. I would hope they're giving you phenomenal tips right? And it's better miss. Like one person I did a dash for and they gave me 20 bucks. Oh, my God. That's right, Like super nice of them, And then someone gave me $2 and I want to knock on the door and you know it's a state of emergency, right? It's whatever. Yeah, seeing Toms River and break because I'm going back and forth between the show and it's like they're just flush everywhere. And it goes from Ranger like sleeps a little bit of smell about, you know, rain, So because of where you are right, if you if you arm or inland it would be very, very different. Yeah. I mean, if I could go home and lock my doors and hide from the smell, I'd be awesome. Yeah, Zimmer fees asking everybody to thanks to you call, you know that's kind of funny because My son and I got a hotel room last night. So would have to drive in this today. He's talking about being hungry. And I said, Well, you could grubhub because you don't think they'd be working on a day like today. But there, Nick is doing his door dash, even the middle of a snowstorm, so What? Your power to you. He didn't You need No Oh, would you go to the vending machine or something? I don't think he ain't anything. Oh, my God. Look for Sam. At least he was warm. All right. We're asking you. What do you do for a living? And are you working today? Or were you off today? 1 802 831 on 1.5 Earlier this hour. We had a call from a guy. Whose job wanted him to work, and he drives truck. You know, big truck, big rig 18 Wheeler, and he was like Nope. Not going to do it. He started out in the Rose is just so bad. He you know, used the day and he and he called out So if you are off today was that your decision or did your company just say Hey, don't even come in. That's another interesting question, because, you know On a day like this. If you've got the kind of job and you know you've been there a number years do you know? You know, Historically, you're not really doing much work on a day like this anyway. It's kind of almost like pointless if it's that type of job, I'm saying Where you really don't get a whole lot done. There's really not a whole lot of money coming in on a day like 80% of your workers aren't there right? Coworkers? I should say, right. It's like why Why do some businesses insist on risking the lives of their of their workers by coming in? But then if you use a personal day and call out then, are you are you looked at kind of sideways by the boss for that. Let's talk to Judy and Whiting. You're in New Jersey. 101.5. Hey, Judy. Hey, guys. How you doing today? All right. I just showed him leading him to make good and the roads weren't as you know, I realized I didn't show any accidents. We do have a lot of power outages out writing, no just traffic lights out and a lot of homes without power and sisters. But the sister beautiful, Okay, I know in on a better day. I know this, but I'm sorry. What county is Whiting in again? It's really a solution. It is an ocean county. Okay by Manchester. Yeah. The boondocks. Okay? Yeah, yeah. Yeah, They're saying they they thought Ocean County was gonna be hit harder. And it looks like from what I read earlier this morning. It looks like they're kind of backing off that lot asleep in the snow, right? Right. I gotta tell you, I shovel and I haven't made run some blind and killing a half years. I themselves well, so I'm hoping to get some hole over on. Really? Yeah, Yeah, I mean, big, much shoveling. I've been Children and all of the city for about 30 years, like, literally shoveling with a shovel or a snow blower. Doubles up. Really? Marcello, I got a brother in the morning. It's so peaceful and so beautiful. And, you know, I'm giving it all elderly. So you have to do a really good job, you know, Make sure we get it right down and with no blows up a rare Shatter e have trusted Reuben is not for 30 years I've been doing so. And you love this stuff that I do I have to do with separate. So alright, Hardy. I'm a stock surprise. You have a phone. All right, Judy. Thanks for your call. Enjoy. You're shoveling. All right. Are you off today or you're working your job? 1 802 83101.5. Dennis and Judy. Your workday best friends for over 20 years on New Jersey one a 1.5. 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"ocean county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Bob JIA Quinton here hanging out with you playing all of Jersey's favorite hits phone number here at the station, as always, is 1 802 83101.5 Give me a call. Let you know if there's a song you want to hear, and I'll do my best to get a song out there for you have a request from my buddy Saran listening down in Texas coming up in just a couple of minutes, but first Let's take a look. Those roads it's New Jersey fast traffic. Well, overall Garden State Parkway looks pretty good for the Saturday evening ride. Just one minor issue right now. It is a South bound crash off to the shoulder right near Route 78. That's exit. 1 42, south of 78 Parkway. Great right down to the Driscoll Bridge. No issues Further south and Mama and Ocean counties. Now in Ocean County. We've still got a crash in Toms River westbound side of 5 71 out by Bay Avenue hand It looks like they've still gotta crash being cleared away and brick on Lane's mill Road at South Bound Erection after Burt Tavern Road. And in Berkeley Township. Better news on Route nine. They picked up a north bound accident by Scott Drive and elsewhere on Route nine. We've still got emergency construction through Manalapan tonight. If you're heading north bound, right, lane closed a tailor's Mills Road. Crash being worked on in Freehold Township. Westbound side of 33 up by women Rock Road also on the eastern Spur the turnpike delays easing heading out of Secaucus. They cleared away a south bound pressure at least off to the shoulder just before 15 w crossings. Not too bad tonight if you're leaving the state First a bit of the Hudson. I'd say the Holland Tunnel five, maybe. 10 minutes from Route one and nine. Traffic every 15 minutes. Next report. 7 33. I'm Jeff from on New Jersey one a 1.5. New Jersey one of 1.5 instant weather A winter storm warning is in effect now until 1 p.m. on Tuesday cloudy skies for tonight. Those two drop down around 20 degrees for tomorrow will be cloudy. Some light snow.
"ocean county" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Temperatures, forcing some corona virus vaccine and testing sites to put things on hold. James Flipping, has the details out on Long Island at Jones Beach Cove in 19 vaccinations suspended through Saturday, No canceled appointments, though officials instead rescheduling things first Sunday through Wednesday of next week. Residents are getting text messages and emails. Meanwhile, in New Jersey, down in Ocean County, the health department closed the drive through testing site in Toms River due to high winds again. They're honoring appointments next week, and that's weather permitting, given the coming snow that goes for testing and vaccines, which are being done at the Toms River High School North campus. James Forman, w O R News Police are investigating after a woman was fatally stabbed in the head in the Bronx last night, Here's Paul to Castro. The incident took place inside an apartment at 1965, Lafayette Avenue and Castle Hill. Cops responded to a call around 8 30 found the 29 year old victim lying unconscious and unresponsive with a stab wound to her head. She was pronounced dead at the scene by E. M. S. Authorities say a 31 year old male was taken into custody at the scene. No arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing. Paul de Castro w O R News the CDC now requiring negative covert tests for anyone traveling into the U. S from another country. But so far there's been no such requirements for domestic air travelers. But that might soon be about to change. Here's a B C's Geo Benitez. The CDC says it is actively looking at that, too, and that worries much of the travel industry. Overnight, Some big trade group sent a letter to the White House saying, given the strong scientific evidence that the risk of covert 19 transmission on board an aircraft is very low. We believe that a testing requirement for domestic air travel is unwarranted. They also believe that the costs and consequences would outweigh any potential benefits. He should WR Weather Channel forecast. We've got sunshine Today we get up to around 34 our nighttime hours. Partly cloudy 18 clouds Sunday snow likely by late Sunday night by mid twenties to around three He could see 4 to 8 inches of snow on Monday. I'm meteorologist Jeffy. No Next news that one breaking news at once. Start your day with Len Burman and Michael Riedel in the morning. Six Till 10 Week days. I'm David Folk.
"ocean county" Discussed on 710 WOR
"20 departments, including Rutherford Patterson on Load, I responded to the fire. There are no signs of the blaze slowing after officials say several explosions from inside could be heard, and the building collapsed onto itself. The facility recycles single steam consumer recyclables. No injuries have been reported. Mayor De Blasio continues to try and make New York City less about vehicles and more about bicycles. As he's calling for bike boulevards and all five boroughs does. The vision is to connect areas that need You know where you have different bike lanes that need connections between them to provide that this is the kind of thing that's just gonna make it easier to be a bicyclist in New York City and safer, he says. Bike boulevards would be streets that encouraged by cues and discourage car use or high winds and freezing temperatures around the tri state or forcing some Corona virus vaccine and testing science to put things on hold. James Flipping, has details. Out on Long Island at Jones Beach Cove in 19 vaccinations suspended through Saturday, No canceled appointments, though officials instead rescheduling things for Sunday through Wednesday of next week, and residents are getting text messages and emails. Meanwhile, in New Jersey, down in Ocean County, the health department closed the drive through testing site in Toms River due to high winds again. They're honoring appointments next week, and that's weather permitting. Given the coming snow that goes for testing and vaccines, which are being done at the Toms River High School North campus. James Flippen W. O R News. The top leader of Isis in Iraq is dead after a joint mission with U. S and Iraqi forces, a spokesman for Operation Inherent Resolve, says the 43 year old known as Abu Yasser Was killed in an airstrike this week in the northern part of the country. The attack was meant to stem resurgence efforts and comes after the double suicide bombing in Baghdad last week, Colonel Wayne Morocco says. The U. S led military coalition will continue to remove key leaders and quote degrade the terrorist organization, he warned. Others they will be quote pursuit to the ends of the Earth. I'm Jim Forbes, and it looks like some snow is coming. Our way is a W O R Weather channel forecast winter storm watches creeping up from our South And we're going to see the snow before the weekend.
"ocean county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"New Jersey has fallen to one of the lowest rates of transmission in the nation for Kobe after spiking to among the highest just after the holidays at 10.91. Number signals the outbreak is slowing here. Hospitalizations have also dropped below 3200 after state health officials warn we could see 6000 hospitalized by February. With five million New Jerseyans eligible for a covert vaccine and many of them trying to get one. The demand still far exceeds supply. And even with 30,000 new doses a week promised by the federal government, it will not increase the pace of delivery. Those extra doses will be reserved for those who received their first shot intern on eating their second as New Jersey expects to get 130,000 vaccine doses weekly and for the next few weeks how many will actually be sent to your county? Middlesex County officials say their supply has fluctuated week to week based on what the federal government has earmarked for New Jersey. Somerset County says they'll be receiving 700 doses a week for those needing first shots and enough second doses as needed. Mama's county now is receiving 2500 shots a week, 80% of which are Stirred by appointment at Brookdale Community College. Ocean County first saw its vaccine supply cut from 5000 doses to 3000 doses a week and now will receive 3500 shots starting Monday for both the county and Long Beach Island Health departments. Aaron Vote New Jersey when a 1.5 news One of the state's six mega vaccination sites will be closed this weekend because they have no vaccine. The location in Rockaway Morris County is expected to reopen on Monday. Getting an appointment for a second dose has been problematic for many is hardest scheduling the first Health officials say if you made your first appointment through the state's registry You've already been scheduled and look for an email confirmation over the next few days, New report predicts you might actually enjoy some fun in the sun this summer with your family of the economy gets back on track. People start walking around without worrying about the pandemic. Rutgers economics professor James You says. With additional federal stimulus health anticipated, we should see significant job growth for the second half of the year. And if the covert vaccine rollout picks up steam is expected by late spring or summer. See people starting to take vacations they had to postpone them. Last year, people will flock to restaurants and other face to face activities. If they feel confident. It's safe, says use. There's a real Penta. Demand for consumer spending That should spark an economic rebound. David Matthau, New Jersey one on 1.5 News Family jersey's first news, 5 41. Even with the state, making millions Morrell eligible for covert vaccinations. Some groups have been left off the priority list among those arguing they should be eligible or the state's library workers their argument for inclusion. Includes close proximity to members of the public, especially when libraries have become vital to distance learning and job hunting. If you've lost your health insurance as a result of the pandemic,.
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"New Jersey has six new cases of the cove in 19 variant, first identified in the United Kingdom. Bringing the total number of reported cases in the state to eight. Among the reports of this variant for have occurred in Ocean County, too, in Essex. And two in Morris County. Ages of those affected range from 10 years of age to 65 State Health Commissioner Judy Per Securely says there has been one death with this variant. However, she adds, that person did have significant underlying health conditions. New Jersey factory set to make 90 million masks a month and employ 200 people formally open today. Hudson Holdings Corporation says production of the now commonplace, bloom asks Is already underway at the piss kinda way facility. The factories opening comes days after President Biden signed an executive order boosting U. S government purchases. The White House is once again being asked about safely reopening schools press Secretary Jen Psaki saying today the proposals are being formulated by the by do administration. President has stressed the importance of reopening schools and it's safe and effective manner. He wants to get it started in his 1st 100 days in office. Meanwhile, state lawmakers are analyzing whether it's feasible to let parents would like to have her child repeat a grade due to the disruptions caused by the health crisis. Senate President Steve Sweeney says that might not be physically possible for school district's, however, I'm really concerned about Children, all Children that have lost a year. In two years of education is even more highlighting becomes too disabled because our kids to go backwards. Sweeney mentioned the possibility at a meeting of the new Legislative Disability Caucus. The Federal Reserve says interest rates will hold steady. The Fed short term lending rates remains it near zero. Fed chair Jerome Powell says the economic outlook looks uncertain, but says the path of the economy will continue to depend on success in combat in the ongoing pandemic..
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"The BBC radio dot com I'm Bob Round Friday was no dough Stay in New York City with married oblige was saying covert vaccine supplies of hit rock bottom details. Whenever you see Sara Lee Kessler, we're canceling a lot of appointments, obviously, which is real sad. More than a dozen vaccine sites closed in the city police and firefighters unable to get a first dose of vaccine because the supply is Nearly gone. Councilman Mark Levin. We need 400,000 doses every single week. If we're going to get the herd immunity by the middle of this year, New York State is expecting just 250,000 doses next week, with less than half going to the city. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77 w. ABC News time New Jersey's announcing its first identified cases of these so called the UK strain of coronavirus Health Commissioner Judy Person. Kelly reports one cases from Ocean County while a traveler in North Jersey also tested positive. The variant may spread more easily and more quickly than previous strains. At this time. There is no evidence that infections by this variant Cause more severe disease, according to the CDC. Meantime, over a half million state residents have now received doses of the vaccine. Rangers lose the Pittsburgh for three and a shootout. NETS loose. The Cavaliers won 25 1 13. Nixon Sacramento baseball immortal Hank Aaron has died of the age of 86. WBC news Time. Trouble for traffic in transit on the way now forecasting the Ramseys Subaru Weather Center overnight mostly clear, low 28 later today Saturday Partly cloudy high 31 33 clear in Central Park. It's 34 in Newark. I'm Bob Brown streaming 24 7 on the only 77 W A B c mobile app weekends on 77 w A. B C only presents these super hit sound. Bruce Morrow. MUSIC Radio 77 w A. B C Tony Orlando plus dozens of top stars in continuing entertainment on Lydia Surround High Sundays. It's six PM People also need to speak out against He's bailed reforms against the defunding of the police and elect the proper officials. Mormonism board you want to hear is on 77 del anyway, ABC hoaxes and other fake news stories this Sunday morning attend. We should get people to ask questions. It's uncovering the truth with Dr Maria Ryan and Rudy Giuliani. We get to talk to the people who really run this country, people whom this country was created the people using common sense thinking with New York Street smarts, Mayor City.
"ocean county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Medical Group position visit. R W J b h dot org's slash Tellem Ed R W. J. Barnabas Health Let's be healthy together when they don't it to a 311.5. I'm Steve travelers should President Trump be tried for anything when he leaves office, his New Jersey one A. 1.5 is traffic. Construction on the New World Bank stench of the turnpike traveling eastbound between Newark and they own across the Bay Bridge. The right lane is out of service. It's not causing delaying right now, but it does bunch up from time to time. So keep that in mind as you head towards the Holland Tunnel heading away from the Holland Tunnel, at least for now. No construction to navigate through the main line. The turnpike the north downside. The car lanes are closed the entire length of the roadway. That is overnight construction work. You'll be going north and the truck lanes once you make that transition, a smooth ride right up in the Newark to 80 west down, they're gonna be setting up maintenance work here shortly. And Livingston and Rose land from exit five out towards except four and two lanes could be out of service on the parkway South down in Ocean County Be off ran through 37 eastbound that exit 82. That is closed till further notice because of utility pole repair job down below, on 37 eastbound and just one lane to the left, squeezes by as you go underneath the parkway and 70 in Manchester, both ways a Ridgeway road, the left lane is blocked. That's ongoing utility pole repairs crossing the Hudson and Delaware. You're fine traffic every 15 minutes. Next report. 8 48. I'm Mike Barker on New Jersey 101.5. New Jersey one of 1.5 insta weather seasonably cold the next several days. No major storm systems in the weather picture for the next three or four days. Clouds increasing tonight lows eventually down to 30, a chance for a few rain or snow showers to begin Wednesday. Rest of Inauguration.
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"McDonald's I'm lovin It was time you know four Now New Jersey one on 1.5 fast traffic. It looks like they're setting up construction on the eastbound Newark By extension, the turnpike east of 14 heading out towards the Bay Bridge. Eventually, one lane will be out of service. Keep that in mind as you head towards the Holland Tunnel. Pulaski Skyway. Maybe the better idea that's a good ride from the Newark side to the Jersey City side. On the parkway top to bottom, For now, a pretty good ride. With one exception. In Ocean County, the South out Ofran through 37. East down remains closed. That's because of ongoing emergency utility pole repairs down below on 37, he's found Leaving on Lee That left lane open right where that ramp from the parkway dumps off onto 37. He's found also in Ocean County, Doing better in Lakewood on north, down nine and Spruce Street. That accident has been cleared. 70 both ways and Manchester near 5 71 left lane out of service with emergency utility work from an earlier crash. But good news is no delay through the area North down terms like by the way any moment now they're going to close you down the car lanes the entire length of the roadway for overnight construction. I would anticipate very soon some delays as they do a slow down the set up the construction in the exit number six on that north. Downside. Category. 15 minutes. Next report 18. I'm like Barker on New Jersey. 101.5, New Jersey traffic brought to you by New York Blood Center. They're building the nation supply of convalescent plasma to treat patients with serious or immediately life threatening cove in 19 infections. Is it end wine? BC don ord to register in Donate today New Jersey When, on 1.5 news time, it'll five. Hey, guys, Bill Spadea Here I am looking forward to being back with you on Wednesday, which will Mark day 311 of 15 days to stop the spread. Now the.
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"Jersey, 11.5 and then j 115 dot com. Right now, let's get you out there on the roads. It's New Jersey fast traffic. It looks like they're setting up construction on Route nine through Lacey Township. If you're heading north bound by Lacey Road, the right lane blocked till six AM not causing a big slowdown, though in the area. In fact, Route nine looks pretty good through Ocean County. Heading up the line into Monmouth County. You're fine on nine and Route one. No issues between Trenton and Edison route. 18 looks good heading out of old Bridge back up their New Brunswick and I still see no issues on the major highways around the State Parkway and turnpike both very light. Sounds construction out there to worry about tonight. So if you're heading up to the George Washington Bridge, Turnpike approach looks fine Local and express lanes moving well up to the tolls and at the Holland Lincoln Tunnel's still no signs of construction. This evening, the same at the Delaware we look good leaving and entering the state. Traffic every 15 minutes. Next reports at 9 33 and New Jersey when a 1.5 New Jersey traffic made possible by the New Jersey lottery. If you're looking for a game, that's super easy to play. Try cash pop from the New Jersey lottery. You just need to match one number from 1 to 15 to win. And you could win up to 250 times. Your wager so pop in and play a new number wins every 15 minutes because anything can happen in Jersey. Right? Jersey, one of 1.5 instant weather clouds increase overnight lows dropped down to 24 FT. Smarter will be clear on high and 43 Tuesday. Sonny and 45.
No charges filed against officers in shooting of Jacob Blake
"In Wisconsin. No charges will be filed against the officers involved in the shooting of Jacob Blake over the summer in Ocean County District Attorney Michael Gravelly, announcing Tuesday he will not file charges against officers in the shooting of Jacob Blake, saying he believes he cannot prove the officers were not acting in self defense. Burden of proof is on the state. It's on the prosecutor to disprove Self defense like was left paralyzed by the shooting. His attorney, Ben Crump, tweeting his disappointment with the decision. Lakes family calling for peaceful demonstrations. Marco Malard ABC News
Ocean County prosecutor testifies about Synthetic opioids like fentanyl
"Speaking at a house of representatives hearing on illegal synthetic drugs. Ocean county prosecutor Joe Coronado began his testimony with a story about his first two weeks on the job in two thousand thirteen saying eight people died in that time all the victims were under the age of twenty eight at one young girl. Eighteen years of age died in a motel room. This young woman was doing fifty packs of heroin a day twenty five in the morning and twenty five at night Coronado says that in two thousand fourteen ten percent of a fatal overdose victims his office examined had all in their system for years later that number has jumped eighty
Torres, New Jersey and David Summers discussed on Steve Trevelise
"Has plenty of high traffic areas ninety five eighty to eighty a lot down the southern part on nine out front media says billboards in monmouth and ocean counties are in very high demand right now because of the influx of seasonal torres federal fish and wildlife officials say a pennsylvania man has been poaching turtles and their eggs for marshes on new jersey's coast sixty two year old david summers is accused of trafficking more than three thousand five hundred diamondback terrapins which he'd been keeping in levittown home he also allegedly smuggled turtles to canada are more ninety degree days ahead the complete new jersey one one point five forecast is coming up new jersey fast traffic in one minute napa.
Meghan Shepherd, Officer and Guan discussed on Deminski and Doyle
"Five dot com after swimming at an unsanctioned beach of millstone man's being treated for an infection caused by flesh eating bacteria but how exactly did this organism invade his body heavily understood open wound enters your bloodstream and causes fashion throughout your body and then turns into negative fasciitis which people refer to as the flushing bacteria that's meghan shepherd the cumberland county health officer the prognosis is uncertain such infections can require limb amputations but the man received treatment quickly that's a key to successful recovery the teaneck mother who was the sole survivor after her whole family was killed in a car crash in delaware sunday guan's shoulder surgery and is recovering members of her church have rallied around her bedside trying to help the woman cope with loss and begin planning funerals pennsylvania man indicted today for trafficking and protected turtles diamond terrapins are a protected species but there are also prized in the reptile pet trade for their unique die shaped shell markings the turtles have dwindling habitat range and the waters of jersey and that's where federal prosecutors say david summers would find the creatures poached them and their eggs from coastal marches before illegally selling them a billboard along the turnpike near exit thirteen attracts the attention of more than a million drivers and passengers a week the billboard business jerseys all about numbers and lamar advertising says jersey has plenty of high traffic areas i eighty to eighty live a lot out front media says billboards in monmouth and ocean counties are in very high demand right now because of the influx of seasonal tourists more.
Hundreds block Pittsburgh interstate in police shooting protest
"High school student was planning to open fire at his graduation ceremony abc's brian clark has the story law enforcement officers in southern new jersey said they were told of a social media threat to open fire at graduation for new egypt high school the ocean county prosecutor's office says an investigation led them to nineteen year old matthew vanderbeek and while serving a warrant on his cream ridge home they found he had allegedly made the threat and was trying to obtain a gun he's been arrested and charged with third degree terroristic threats with a threat to kill and second degree charge of attempting to possess a firearm for an unlawful purpose the already say there's no threat to the community or the graduation brian clark abc news for the second night hundreds of people in pennsylvania take to the streets to protest the fatal police shooting of a seventeen year old boy protesters demonstrated outside the east pittsburgh police headquarters last night before marching through the streets shutting down a major interstate antoine rose junior was shot by a police officer tuesday after he fled from a traffic stop a video of the confrontation shows the officer firing three shots seconds after antoine and another passenger or seen dashing from the car a lawyer for antoine's family says the boy did not pose an immediate threat to anyone an eight hundred pound chunk of the uss arizona battleship that sank during the bombing of pearl harbor is heading to texas the arizona went down with eleven hundred seventy seven men on board many of whom remain entombed there the texas panhandle warm memorial in amarillo will receive part of the battleships weathered wooden deck and rusted hull the navy cut the section from a piece of the zona that was removed when the memorial was built over the ship decades ago devoting immigration policy overrode tolerance cryan family separation trump signed an executive order to end family separating ongoing debated need executive orders simply pick up the phone call jeff sessions and say stop the policy the lingering controversies finally secure our border the news watch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time five twenty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
Basics of sports betting in New Jersey
"And today new jersey officials are confirming the presence of clinging jellyfish and yet another of the state's waterways the state's department of environmental protection says mom clare state university researchers tested water from the makita river located in ocean county and ken confirm the clinging jellyfish are there in previous years monmouth county shrewsbury and manosque kwan rivers were found to have the invasive species as well native to the pacific ocean clinging jellyfish are difficult to spot and water but pack a powerful and painful sting they aren't usually seen on beaches are sandy areas but rather back bays and rivers where folks are encouraged to use waiters or boots so as to avoid being stung james flippin for seven ten w o r people in new jersey reacting today to governor murphy signing the sports betting bill feeling lucky regarding status officially the second state to legalize sports betting governor murphy signed the legislation yesterday but there will be no wagering before tomorrow when the new jersey racing commission holds a hearing to review regulations establishing sports betting at race tracks monmouth park expects to be ready to roll and take the i bet thursday morning sports betting is expected to bring in thirteen million in annual revenue with beck taxed at eight and a half percent alice stockton rozina seven ten wwl and the forecast is.