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About: Brick, NJ

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 Courier
Local Sports Teams: MetroStars, New Jersey Devils, New Jersey Gladiators, New Jersey Nets
Local Colleges: State UniversityN/A

Zip Codes associated with Brick, NJ: 8723, 8724
Towns/Cities near Brick, NJ : Leisure Village, Point Pleasant, Bay Head, Mantoloking, Lakewood, Ramtown

Brick News
Jersey Shore Fishing: Stripers Forever survey shows coastal striper decline

A recent survey by Stripers Forever, a no-fee internet organization devoted to making the striped bass a gamefish all along the Atlantic coast, confirmed the decline of the coastal striper population that migrates from the major spawning grounds in Chesapeake Bay up to New England. Though there were brief shots of bigger bass in quantity off Montauk and Block Island last summer, fishing for linesiders was very poor in New England.

Announcing Broad Range of Insurances Now Accepted at Jersey Coast Vascular Institute

Improving access to care is an important focus at Meridian Health, and a new partnership with Jersey Coast Vascular Institute is making high quality vascular services more readily available for local residents. In particular, the surgical practice is expanding the insurance coverage accepted by their physicians.

Brick Residents: Activities Canceled Tonight, Take Heed

Brick Township officials have announced that the Planning Board meeting scheduled for Wednesday has been canceled, as has Municipal Court. Anyone scheduled to appear in Municipal Court will receive a notice in the mail with your new date, the notice says.

After Christie veto, Senate panel tries again to clarify N.J.'s surrogate parenting law

Surrogate mother Mary Beth Whitehead sits with her dog in this 1997 file photo. She was embroiled in a famous bitter fight for custody over "Baby M" with William Stern and his wife in New Jersey.

One Person Dies, 9 Displaced By Fire At Brick Apartment Complex

One person died and nine others were displaced Monday night after a fire in a fourth-floor apartment at the Chambers Bridge Residence, officials said. Fire Chief Kevin Batzel told the Press that the fire occurred just before 8 p.m. when a resident turned on a stove burner and caught other materials on fire, according to a report by the Asbury Park Press .

Getting back to normal after 'crippling' storm fizzles

A snowstorm that had been billed as "crippling and potentially historic" instead left only a few inches of snow in New Jersey on Tuesday, yet still strangled the state with travel restrictions and shut down train service. Here's a breakdown of what happened and what happens next as the state works to get back to normal: Instead, snow totals ranged from as little as half an inch in Bellmawr, Camden County, to 10 inches in Brick, Ocean County, according to the National Weather Service.

What happened to the blizzard?

National Weather Service: 'Deepest apologies' The blizzard of 2015 was a bust, at least in New Jersey, so what happened? Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://on.app.com/1Cc2pN5 The lack of Blizzard snow is captured in a time lapse video in Brick Township from 6pm Monday until 7am Tuesday, Traffic moves northbound over the slush covered Garden State Parkway near Exit 91 in Brick Township Tuesday, January 26, 2015. BRICK, NJ SNOWSTORM0127D STAFF PHOTO BY THOMAS P. COSTELLO The "very formidable storm" was 75 to 100 miles farther east than forecast, and its heaviest snowfall missed the Garden State, according to David A. Robinson, the New Jersey state climatologist.

Resident suffers fatal heart attack after Brick apartment fire

Authorities say one person died and nine residents were displaced when a fire broke out at a southern New Jersey apartment complex. Brick Township fire officials tell the Asbury Park Press that the fire started shortly before 8 p.m. Monday in the kitchen of a fourth-floor unit at the Chambers Bridge Residence complex.

Brick Residents: Garbage, Recycling Collection Resume Wednesday

Residents whose garbage and recycling are collected on Tuesdays should put those cans at the curb for Wednesday collection in Brick, township officials announced Tuesday.

Going Out To Shovel In Brick? Keep These Safety Tips In Mind

When you shovel the snow out of your driveway in Brick, the National Safety Council urges you to be cautious.

'Blizzard' 2015's legacy? A skeptical populace

'Blizzard' 2015's legacy? A skeptical populace Locals react to the bust of a snowstorm.

Winter storm warning remains in place for Ocean County as snow continues to fall

BRICK - While the winter storm passing through the region didn't sock Ocean County as hard as expected , snow is still falling and local officials are asking residents to drive carefully. Up to two feet of snow had been predicted for the area but according to unofficial totals from the National Weather Service in Mount Holly , Berkeley Township received the most accumulation with 8 inches of snow.

The blizzard 0f 2015 approaches

A crossing guard at the Herbertsville school in Brick stops traffic for children after an early dismissal - January 26, 2015-Brick, NJ-Staff photographer/Bob Bielk/Asbury Park Press The blizzard 0f 2015 approaches A crossing guard at the Herbertsville school in Brick stops traffic for children after an early dismissal - January 26, 2015-Brick, ... (more)

Brick Officials To Open Call Center To Aid Residents During Blizzard

The Brick Township Office of Emergency Management said the township will have a call center open Tuesday beginning at 6 a.m. for residents needing non-emergency assistance due to the blizzard. "As always, for emergencies you can utilize 911 or call the Brick Township Police Department's main number at 732-262-1100," the news release said.

Brick Officials: Schools Open Monday; Afterschool Activities Canceled

Brick Township students who were hoping for a snow day Monday might be disappointed to learn they will be in school. District officials posted a notice on the schools' website Sunday evening, saying school will be in session Monday, but afternoon activities have been canceled due to the impending blizzard.

Brick Cancels Monday Evening, Tuesday Activities Due To Storm

In the wake of increasing snow predictions for Brick and Ocean County from the National Weather Service, township officials have canceled all Monday evening and Tuesday activities sponsored by the town, according to a post on the township's Facebook page . National Weather Service forecasters are calling for 10 to 18 inches of snow for Ocean County as of 3 p.m. Sunday.

National Weather Service Issues Blizzard Watch For Brick

The Nor'easter is expected to start as light snow between 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. on Monday and then ramp up during the day and into the night before finally ending on Tuesday, according the National Weather Service. The NWS has issued a blizzard watch with 10 to 18 inches of snow possible and northerly wind between 20 to 30 miles per hour, with gusts up to 45 miles per hour.