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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

Brick News
Crafter takes leap of faith

Kristin Gates recently started living by the mantra "do what you love and do what you are good at." When she turned 35 in May, Gates, who is married with two young children, quit her 9-5 job working at a local vision care center and chose to embark on a new career path that she can already say has brought her joy.

Nation-Now 29 mins ago 4:06 p.m.Authorities: NJ couple used website...

Romela Velazquez, 24, and her husband Kimy Velazquez, 40, of Brick, were arrested and charged in connection with an alleged scam to receive $258,000 worth of goods for free. A New Jersey couple used a website glitch to try and get more than $258,000 worth of goods - everything from a gazebo to an air conditioner to a stainless steel grill - for free from a home improvement store, authorities said.

Police shoot, kill man following domestic disturbance

Ocean County prosecutors say Brick police were called to the home around 5:30 a.m. Sunday. They say arriving officers found the man outside the house armed with a handgun.

1 dead following officer-involved shooting in Brick, authorities say

BRICK TOWNSHIP -- A man who was armed with a handgun was fatally shot by township police early Sunday morning following a domestic dispute that left two women hospitalized, authorities said. Brick police responded around 5:33 a.m. to a home on Meridian Drive after receiving a call from a neighbor regarding a domestic dispute, according to Al Della Fave, a spokesman for the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office.

Teen fatally struck crossing Route 70 in Brick

The 15-year-old boy was riding north on Burnt Tavern Road in Brick and was struck by a 2017 Subaru Forrester as he crossed Route 70 around 10:45 p.m., according to Brick Police. The boy struck the windshield of the SUV driven by Kathleen Calabro, 68, of Toms River.

15-year-old bicyclist killed in crash on Route 70, police say

BRICK -- A 15-year-old bicyclist was killed Saturday night when he was struck by a station wagon on Route 70 in the township, police said. The teenage boy was traveling north on Burnt Tavern Road on a bicycle when he entered the westbound lane on Route 70, where he was struck by a 2017 Subaru Forrester, authorities said.

Lawyer: Woman didn't exploit glitch, she just spotted a deal

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Wawa and retail center application is rejected

Residents emerged victorious Wednesday evening after the board of adjustment rejected plans for a Wawa and retail center on Route 88. This was the second time this year that an application to construct a Wawa in the township has drawn strong opposition from residents and a "no" vote by the board. The applicant before the board this week, JSMa Sat Martin Blvd., LLC sought approval to build a Wawa convenience store and gas station, a drive-through bank, a multi-use commercial building and a day care center with a fenced play area.

Woman accused of exploiting Lowe's website glitch is an expert shopper, attorney says

BRICK -- A township woman who authorities say exploited a glitch in the Lowe's website to steal items is actually just really good at spotting deals, her attorney said in a statement. The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office announced on Tuesday that it had arrested Romela and Kimy Velazquez and charged them with finding a "weakness" in the home-improvement store's website in order to have items shipped to the couple's Harding Drive home without payment.

Say it ain't Joe! Crab Shack has shut down 2 NJ restaurants

Fans will need to go elsewhere for their seafood cravings, as there's been a couple of Joe's Crab Shack spots closed down in New Jersey. Amid the parent company's bankruptcy process, the restaurant at the Monmouth Mall complex was shuttered earlier this month.

Brick couple's amazing lost-and-found story

Nine years after losing diamond engagement ring, Brick couple found it -- in Italy Justin and Margaret Mussel returned from vacation with a remarkable souvenir. Check out this story on Ever lose something valuable in a couch cushion, only to find it later? Well, Brick couple Justin and Margaret Mussel know the feeling.

Couple exploited Lowe's website glitch to steal $250K in merchadise, cops say

BRICK -- A husband and wife are accused of exploiting a glitch in Lowe's and possibly other store websites to get more than $250,000-worth of items shipped to their Ocean County home for free and then resell them on Facebook. Kimy Velazquez, 40, and Romela Velazquez, 24, of Brick, stole enough items from the home-improvement store to fill an 18-foot trailer, according to a statement released by Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato and Brick police Chief James Riccio.

Maureen [Clancy] Donnelly

Maureen [Clancy] Donnelly, 79, of Point Pleasant died on Aug. 12 at Sunnyside Manor surrounded by her family. Maureen was born and raised in Elizabeth, the only child of Thomas and Marie Clancy.

Permits now required for large groups using parks

Large groups of 15 or more people will now be required to obtain a permit to visit township parks or beaches. The township council unanimously approved an amended ordinance at the Aug. 8 meeting designed to protect the safety of residents and visitors and prevent large crowds from taking over public spaces.

Sea Girt 5K drew almost 2,000 runners on Saturday

Red t-shirts and red shoes flooded the Sea Girt Plaza on Saturday as approximately 2,000 runners crossed the Sea Girt 5K finish line. With rain storms travelling through the area Friday night into early Saturday morning, the race crew was nervous about the conditions on Saturday.

Fund started to help family of former Brick teen who died after party

A GoFundMe page has been started to help the family of a 19-year-old former township resident who died Friday after a party while he was back visiting New Jersey. A statement from the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office says they were called to Ocean Medical Center in Brick after being alerted to the death of Austin Siler, who had been living in Kettering, Ohio.

Lifeline Theatre presents SYLVESTER

LifelineTheatre presents Sylvester, adapted by Lifeline Theatre ensemble member Christina Calvit and directed by Lifeline Theatre Artistic Director Dorothy Milne , based on the novel Sylvester: or the Wicked Uncle by Georgette Heyer . Sylvester, Duke of Salford, was born with wealth and good looks, but a life of privilege has rendered him unfeeling towards others.

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