Susanne Cervenka, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Susanne Cervenka

The Asbury Park Press NJ

Linden, NJ, United States

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Recent:
  • The Asbury Park Press NJ
  • Daily Record
  • MyCentralJersey
Past:
  • North Jersey News
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • USA TODAY
  • wusa9
  • Courier-Post
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • KENS 5
  • thedailyjournal.com
  • ksdk.com

Recent articles by Susanne:

Property taxes: Here's a look at Monmouth County's biggest taxpayers

Monmouth County's average property tax bill comes in at $8,975. But the top 12 paid over $1 million. → Read More

NJ jobs: Amazon joins, A&P drops top NJ employers this decade

See how the companies have rose to become New Jersey's top employers -- and how others have fallen off the list. → Read More

NJ school funding: These districts spend the most per student. Is yours one of them?

The average cost per student to educate a New Jersey kid is about $16,000. But some districts spend a lot more -- and a lot less. → Read More

Lyme disease as a weapon of war? Rep. Chris Smith's call for investigation advances

The U.S. House approved a federal probe into claims about Lyme disease's origin as a biological weapon. Rep. Chris Smith hopes this leads to a cure. → Read More

Property taxes on average NJ home? Anywhere from $1.5K to $24K

Say you just want to buy a typical house in New Jersey. It would set you back $323K. How much for property taxes? Well that's a different story. → Read More

NJ construction worth $15.6B approved, and these towns had the most

More than $15.6 billion in construction was approved by New Jersey communities in 2018. See which towns are receiving that growth. → Read More

Rich in New Jersey: Here are the 50 wealthiest towns in the state. Is yours one of them?

Where do you live if you're wealthy in a state that's already considered one of the richest in the nation? → Read More

Some Asbury Park families can't afford beach badges, so community raised money for them

Asbury Park community members have raised more than $21,000 to help families in need enjoy a day at the beach. → Read More

Lyme disease in NJ: New cases down last year from highs in 2017

New Jerseyans reported 3,956 confirmed and probable cases of Lyme disease in 2018, according to New Jersey Department of Health data. → Read More

17-year-old rescued after falling into water near Mathis Bridge

A 17-year-old boy was taken to the hospital after he suffered a medical episode and fell off a personal watercraft. → Read More

Spending the day in Bradley Beach? Here's info on the beach and where to dine

Bradley Beach in the summer: What to know about beach badges, and best places to eat. → Read More

A secret safe found in a basement held $3.5M in gold certificates. Now who gets them?

Elaine Palmer always told her granddaughter her antique money would be worth something. The problem was no one knew where it was. → Read More

Asbury Park secret safe had $3.5M in gold certificates; now who gets them?

Elaine Palmer always told her granddaughter her antique money would be worth something. The problem was no one knew where it was. → Read More

Drug busts in Monmouth County: A look at some of the biggest dealers police took down

Authorities have busted numerous Monmouth County drug rings, taking millions of dollars of drugs off the street and locking up dozens of drug dealers. → Read More

Ocean Grove fire breaks out at Dunes Boardwalk Cafe

Fire broke out around midday at the north end of the Ocean Grove boardwalk, apparently under the Dunes Boardwalk Cafe. → Read More

NJ double dippers: At least 64 public employees make more than Murphy

The median New Jersey double dipper worked four jobs and took home a salary of more than $93,000 in 2018. → Read More

Hundreds gather for funeral of Samantha Josephson, student killed after getting into wrong car

Family and friends gathered to mourn the death of the New Jersey woman killed after getting into a car she thought was her Uber. → Read More

NJ property taxes: Schools soak up more than half of the average tax bills

Just over half of the average NJ property tax bill goes toward schools. But some towns pay significantly more — and significantly less — than average. → Read More

Andy Kim town hall: 9 things the new District 3 congressman want you to know

U.S. Rep. Andy Kim hosted his first town hall meeting in Ocean County. He talked about veterans health care costs and taxes. → Read More

Manasquan fire: Firefighters quickly snuff condo blaze

Firefighters from at least four towns responded to quickly extinguish a fire in a Curtis Avenue condo in Manasquan. → Read More