Michael L. Diamond, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Michael L. Diamond

The Asbury Park Press NJ

Neptune Township, NJ, United States

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Past articles by Michael:

Gusty winds, rain and snow mix expected with multi-day coastal storm

The Jersey Shore could see 50 mph wind gusts with the latest winter storm, but should avoid the big snowfall once again. → Read More

Bell Works' Vydia bought by $1B Hollywood company, may move to Asbury Park, Fort Monmouth

Vydia, a Bell Works company that develops software to help musicians manage their careers, has been sold and may move to Asbury Park or Fort Monmouth. → Read More

It's supposed to snow in NJ again this week. Will the Shore see any flakes?

New Jersey is in line for a winter storm beginning Friday, but it remains on pace to set a record for the lowest snowfall in a winter. → Read More

'Banking deserts' spread at record rate in Ocean County, South Jersey as branches shut

New Jersey banks from Ocean County to the south closed 279 branches during the past three years, or 10% of their total. → Read More

Fatal Toms River fire ruled accidental, victim identified

A 76-year-old Toms River man who died in a fire on Roberts Road has been identified. → Read More

Employers can't bite into paychecks of NJ's 127,000 temp workers under new law

Gov. Phil Murphy signed a law that he says protects the pay of New Jersey's temp workers, who have grown to 127,000 with the warehouse boom. → Read More

Belford Terminal to get $4M from feds for ferry service upgrade

The Belford Terminal will receive $4 million from the federal infrastructure package to make dockside repairs for ferry service. → Read More

Seastreak restarting ferry from Bayshore to Jersey City, but what about service, price?

Seastreak's takeover of ferry service from NY Waterway at Belford has been rocky, but a restart of service to Jersey City might help. → Read More

Retiring RWJBarnabas CEO: NJ hospital mergers, magic wands and the wisdom of Mike Tyson

Barry Ostrowsky has led New Jersey's biggest health care system, RWJBarnabas, for over as decade. As he plans to retire, what does he see? → Read More

Has inflation bitten your holiday spending? How NJ shoppers are scaling back

Inflation has made 2022 an expensive year, and it's affecting how New Jersey shoppers are spending for the holidays. → Read More

Check out safety grades for 11 Central Jersey hospitals

Only 30% of hospitals nationwide received an A, 28% received a B, 36% received a C, 6% received a D and 1% received an F. → Read More

Holmdel-based Vonage paying $100M in refunds after customers struggled to cancel service

Vonage has been ordered to pay $100 million in refunds to customers who encountered obstacles and fees when they tried to cancel their service. → Read More

Horizon get NJ OK to change, after health insurer agrees to 11 conditions

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey can change its corporate structure, the state said, noting it won't hurt the state's health care system. → Read More

Affordable Care Act signup begins Nov. 1. This is what you need to know about NJ Obamacare

New Jerseyans shopping for health insurance will see more choices, higher premiums and expanded subsidies to help pay for policies. → Read More

Pedestrian in Toms River killed in overnight hit-and-run

Toms River police are investigating a hit-and-run accident that left a 28-year-old woman dead. → Read More

One injured in Brick car crash Saturday night, say police

One person was injured Saturday night in a car crash in Brick that shut down part of Chambers Bridge Road. → Read More

Recession with help-wanted signs? NJ job market weakens, but jobs still unfilled

New Jersey's private sector posted its first monthly job loss in more than two years, in a sign that the torrid job market could be slowing down. → Read More

'I've never seen this happen': NJ spends $20M to help manufacturers buy equipment

New Jersey small- and medium-sized manufacturers will be eligible for grants of up to $250,000, Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday. → Read More

Fatal dirt bike crash in Aberdeen under investigation

A 40-year-old man from Aberdeen was killed Friday night after he was hit while riding a dirt bike, officials said. → Read More

Traditional Medicare or Medicare Advantage? Here's what you should know

Depending on your health needs, there are significant trade-offs between the federal programs. → Read More