Newman Springs Accident Tops Stories on Red Bank-Shrewsbury Patch in February
The Feb. 24 incident, which sent four people to the hospital, was the most-read story on Patch in February.
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.)
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.)
A fire that broke out in the roof off an unoccupied Tinton Falls office building was successfully knocked down before it could spread to the rest of the building, fire officials said Friday night.
Fire crews responded to reports of a fire at the NTS Engineering and Testing Services building on Gilbert Street just behind a Shrewsbury Avenue car dealership after neighbors in an adjacent building reported seeing smoke and flames. (Click here to read more.)
Map showing snow accumulation for the Feb. 8 snowstorm. (Click here to read more.)
A Woodbridge man was taken to Jersey Shore Medical Center for treatment of a broken leg this morning after being struck by New Jersey Transit train 7208. (Click here to read more.)
Shrewbury Police responded to a reports of a disorderly person, credit card theft and road rage last week. The department is also investigating a report by a borough youth of being followed by an unknown adult. (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.)
Red Bank issued a boil water advisory for residents in the area of Spring Street and Harding Road shortly before noon on Monday. (Click here to read more.)
Shrewsbury police investigated several reports of theft and mischief along Broad Street last week. (Click here to read more.)