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The Second Annual Celebration of HOPE Walk, hosted by HOPE Sheds Light, will provide hope and support for families on the Jersey Shore that are affected by addiction.

Much has been made of the deadly drug’s crawl into suburbia, but it isn’t until you take a closer look that this becomes completely clear.

“I laid down on the grass in a park, in Asbury Park … I wasn’t sure if I was ever going to get back up again.”

Gov. Chris Christie signed two bills targeting the state’s heroin crisis Tuesday, one mandating sober housing at most state colleges and universities and another that would allow former addicts taking treatment drugs like Suboxone to complete drug court.

Bucket Brigade founder Cassandra Vitale was able to help hundreds of storm victims, but, in the end, she was unable to help herself.

In the bleak realm of obituaries, there is one category of death that remains taboo even in a social media-obsessed, overly candid world. It is typically cloaked in euphemism: He died suddenly. She died unexpectedly. He died at home.

Anthony “Nygee” Stevenson dealt soul food and heroin, authorities say. Now he’s going to prison.

A surfboat used for competition was donated to the Ship Bottom Beach Patrol carrying a logo that its donors hope might help someone in need of relief from addiction.

A Monmouth County grand jury handed up an eight-count indictment Monday charging a suspended Middletown physician and his assistants with operating a prescription drug ring, announced Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni.

Alicia Cook, 29, of Toms River is a writer and the associate director of admissions for St. Peter’s University in Jersey City who has submitted columns for APP’s “Relationship Series.” Today, she shares a very personal letter to her cousin who died from a drug overdose more than eight years ago.