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Jennifer Peacock

Writer and Photographer

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Jersey Shore Online
09/24/2018
Allison Brutka Is (In Her Words) A "Magical Cancer Unicorn"

BRICK - Allison Brutka's singular focus has been her education. Last May, she completed her bachelor's degree in social work, and this past May, earned her master's degree. She's waiting on the state to process her license, but she's not counting the time. Yes, actually, she is. Three months and counting.

Jersey Shore Online
01/02/2019
Virginia Haines: The New Freeholder Director | Jersey Shore Online

LAKEWOOD - That Tuesday afternoon (Dec. 11) was sunny, and not Vermont cold. Virginia Haines had visited family up in the Green Mountain State for Thanksgiving, where the mercury didn't escape the teens throughout the extended weekend.

Jersey Shore Online
12/17/2018
Ocean County Freeholder Bartlett Remembered | Jersey Shore Online

PINE BEACH - The church at the corner of Hillsdale and Huntington avenues started out as a summer church for summer people, pastored by the Philadelphia minister who, among others, felt this tiny then-section of Berkeley Township needed its own house of worship. By the time the Bartlett family moved from Lakewood to Pine Beach ...

Jersey Shore Online
09/27/2018
Locals Keep Their Rural Roots As Towns Adapt Animal Ordinances

LAKEHURST - You see it first through the gaps in the stockade fencing, a dazzle of black and white stripes with a shock of red that wouldn't come up to an adult's kneecap. There's movement, but there might not be a precise verb to describe this walk.

The Manchester Times
Funny in 90 Seconds

Before she even asked if Julia Scotti wanted a booth or a table, the waitress at Heritage Restaurant in Whiting told Scotti she killed it.

Jersey Shore Online
10/09/2018
To Us, She's Just Ava | Jersey Shore Online

MANCHESTER - There are children and their families pouring into the courtroom of the Manchester municipal building, where the 6 p.m. council meeting will soon commence. The children range from pre-kindergarteners to tweens, who greet each other with squeals and quick side hugs. They're all wearing street clothes.

Jersey Shore Online
05/31/2019
Manchester High School Honors Its Fallen | Jersey Shore Online

MANCHESTER - Manchester Township High School held its inaugural Memorial Day Remembrance Ceremony. "We're going to be honoring our fallen service members who gave their lives in service to this country," event organizer Dan Staples said. Staples is a math educator and president of the Manchester Township Education Association.

Jersey Shore Online
07/30/2019
Endangered Sea Turtle Returns To The Ocean | Jersey Shore Online

POINT PLEASANT BEACH - The crowd gathered at the ocean near Water Street drew attention from walkers on the boardwalk. "Excuse me, miss. What is happening down there?" a man, walking with his wife on the boardwalk, stopped to ask. "They're releasing a rehabbed sea turtle today.

Jersey Shore Online
01/17/2019
Jersey Shore Resident Spins The Wheel Of Fortune | Jersey Shore Online

BAYVILLE - She was told if she made the cut, she would get an envelope in the mail in 14 days. So when the United States Postal Service didn't deliver that envelope on day 14, Gina Maslen's heart sunk a bit. "The 15th day, the letter was in the envelope.

Jersey Shore Online
10/26/2018
Attorney Bob Novy Sentenced To Ten Years In Prison For Stealing From Clients

TOMS RIVER - "The defendant's acts were heinous. He preyed upon elderly, weak and infirm," Judge Michael T. Collins said. The judge went along with the plea agreement, sentencing Robert Novy to 10 years in state prison, with parole eligibility in a little more in three years. He can appeal the sentence.

Jersey Shore Online
03/08/2019
Marijuana Legalization Has Unforeseen Cost: K-9s | Jersey Shore Online

MANCHESTER - While lawmakers in Trenton wrangle with questions over whether legalized recreational marijuana should be put on the November ballot, or legislated into existence, many local governments are exercising skepticism over any potential financial windfall and asking - rhetorically - who is going to pay for the green stuff?

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