Jai Agnish, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Jai Agnish

The Asbury Park Press NJ

New Jersey, United States

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Past articles by Jai:

Partying for New Year's? Here are two ways to avoid surge pricing for Uber and Lyft

If you plan to use a ride-hailing service tonight, be prepared for the possibility of surge pricing. → Read More

Partying for New Year's? Here are two ways to avoid surge pricing for Uber and Lyft

If you plan to use a ride-hailing service tonight, be prepared for the possibility of surge pricing. → Read More

Jones Hardware in Pequannock demolished to make way for Chase bank

Piles of rubble and a gaping basement hole were visible on the site of the former Jones Hardware store after the last building was demolished. → Read More

Hey, NJ: Start 2019 'on the right foot' at one of these trails on New Years Day

State parks, forests and historic sites will offer 22 guided hikes, mountain bike rides, one horseback ride and one lighthouse climb on Jan. 1, 2019. → Read More

Walmart agrees to remove 40 shipping containers used for storage from parking lot

Officials hope that Walmart's final Christmas gift to the borough is for them to rid their Route 23 property of 40 shipping containers. → Read More

It's not your imagination. Convenience stores are multiplying in NJ with no end in sight

The "need it now" attitude is driving the convenience store craze as more open throughout New Jersey. → Read More

Here's the secret to building the perfect gingerbread house

The secret to building the perfect gingerbread house? Don't use gingerbread. Or use it very sparingly, says Melissa Harsley. → Read More

Lincoln Park officials focus on parking impact from new downtown building

How will a new three-story mixed-use building impact downtown parking, officials ask at planning board meeting. → Read More

17 area residents charged as drug dealers in a North Jersey cocaine ring allegedly run by Hackensack man

Authorities released the names of all 17 suspected drug traffickers in a cocaine distribution ring in North Jersey after a lengthy investigation. → Read More

Hearings for new Wawa, CVS and Panera Bread in Butler pushed off

Hearings on the plan to demolish the vacant Stop & Shop on Route 23 for a Wawa, CVS Pharmacy and Panera Bread have been delayed. → Read More

Pequannock's Hillview Med lands investors in quest for medical marijuana license

Supermarket and liquor store entrepreneurs have pledged an investment to a potential marijuana farm and dispensary called Hillview Med. → Read More

'I'm not a hero. It's the boys that crashed,' says 101 year-old Army Air Force Veteran

Steve Bolcar, 101, and Bob Grenz, 94, served with the U.S. Army Air Forces. They recently shared their remarkable war experiences at an event. → Read More

Do you know what a ukulele is? Well, it's really popular right now

The ukulele with its sounds of Hawaii is replacing the traditional recorder in some elementary music classes. → Read More

Lincoln Park considering new three-story mixed use building for downtown

A new three-story mixed use building for Main Street and a possible streetscape plan for downtown are under review by the Planning Board. → Read More

Game time! NJ game stores bring to life '80s favorite board, card games

Dungeons & Dragons, Dragon Ball and Star Wars. It's not an '80s flashback, rather local game stores that give fans a place to play. → Read More

Santa train to make stops at North Jersey stations to collect toy donations

Once again Operation Toy Train, with Santa on board to collect toys for needy children, will stop at local train stations throughout North Jersey. → Read More

Thomas Kolding, the Mountain Lakes runaway teen, turns up safe in Philly. Now what?

Thomas Kolding turned up two weeks after he left a note with his parents and walked out the door of his suburban New Jersey home. What happens now? → Read More

Mountain Lakes teen Thomas Kolding puts spotlight on runaways

There are an estimated 1.3 million underage runaways on any given day in America, 313 of them from New Jersey. → Read More

Riverdale OKs mountain development despite residents' fears of falling rocks

A three-home development on a mountain was approved despite opposition from neighbors who fear falling rocks. → Read More

The story of 10 Capuchin friars who went from a Nazi concentration camp to Ringling Manor

The history of Ringling Manor is more about a group of Polish friars than the circus impresario who died in the mansion three years after building it. → Read More