Michael L. Diamond, MyCentralJersey

Michael L. Diamond


Neptune Township, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Michael:

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

NJ hospitals: Boost patient satisfaction with eye contact, saying 'thank you'

New Jersey hospitals might spend thousands on the latest life-saving technology, but some decidedly old-school values can make patients happier. → Read More

Stock market for sports? Ranney grad's Mojo offers new kind of athlete bets

Growing up in Eatontown, Vinit Bharara loved sports, especially the Yankees and Eagles. Now he's started a Mojo, which lets fans invest in athletes. → Read More

NJ minimum wage going higher than planned in 2023. Here's why

New Jersey's minimum wage will climb to $14.13 an hour beginning Jan. 1, 2023, for most employees, a larger-than-usual increase. → Read More

Hackensack Meridian to keep child care centers open, but it'll cost more

Parents no longer have to worry Hackensack Meridian Health will close six child care facilities at its hospitals, but they'll have to pay more. → Read More

Kevin Smith expands business empire with Atlantic Highlands movie theater purchase

Filmmaker Kevin Smith is growing his Monmouth County business footprint with the purchase of a historic Bayshore movie theater. → Read More

Six Flags Great Adventure to hire hundreds for annual 'Fright Fest'

Six Flags Great Adventure is searching for ghouls, technicians, makeup artists for annual Fright Fest. → Read More

Hackensack Meridian Health revisiting decision to close child care centers

Facing intense pushback from parents, Hackensack Meridian Health has formed a task force to revisit the decision to close its child care centers. → Read More

NJ private-sector jobs back to pre-COVID levels. But will hiring spree last?

New Jersey added 9,800 jobs and its unemployment remained a low 3.9% in June, a sign that businesses and consumers have continued robust spending. → Read More

Parents scramble as Hackensack Meridian plans to close child care centers

Hackensack Meridian Health plans to close its on-site child care centers at its hospitals at the end of September, the company told parents. → Read More

Asbury Park: Motorist, SUV rescued out of Deal Lake

A man was rescued after driving through a stop sign into Deal Lake in Asbury Park, fire officials said. → Read More