Shannon Mullen, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Shannon Mullen

The Asbury Park Press NJ

New Jersey, United States

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Past articles by Shannon:

'Red Bank has lost a creative giant.' Two River Theater co-founder Robert Rechnitz mourned

Robert M. Rechnitz, a playwright, philanthropist and promoter of the arts, died Wednesday. → Read More

Neighbors wary of Red Bank apartment complex

A public hearing got underway for a developer's plans to build a 210-unit apartment complex with office and retail space along one of Red Bank's busiest intersections. → Read More

'Pizza Pope' to appear on NBC's 'Today Show' Saturday

Anthony Mangieri, the Jersey Shore native who is regarded as one of America's top pizza makers, is scheduled to appear on NBC's "Today Show' Saturday. → Read More

NJ judge gave teen pass on sex assault charge because he's from 'a good family'

A state appellate court has criticized a Monmouth County judge for his handling of an alleged sexual assault by a 16-year-old Eagle Scout. → Read More

Belmar police: Woman in critical condition after being struck by vehicle

A Belmar woman was hit by a vehicle as she crossed the street Monday. Police say she's in critical condition. → Read More

Cat revived by CPR in Toms River apartment fire

Firefighters successfully revived a cat who was apparently overcome by smoke as a result of a cooking fire in a Toms River apartment on June 26. → Read More

At least one pedestrian struck by a vehicle in Belmar

Police in Belmar are investigating an incident involving a vehicle and at least one pedestrian early Saturday. → Read More

Manasquan beach and best restaurants: Here's what you need to know

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

NJ weather forecast: Mom's not gonna like this

Lots of rain is predicted for the next two days. (Sorry, moms.) → Read More

Baby killed in Neptune NJ: Here's what we know

Here is a rundown about we know so far about the alleged murder of a newborn boy in Neptune. → Read More

Garret Latorre charged with attempted murder in Toms River stabbing

Garret Latorre, 18, of Toms River, was charged with attempted murder in connection with a stabbing Saturday outside the Toms River Fitness & Aquatic Center. → Read More

$2 toll hike on Verrazzano Bridge takes effect Sunday

Toll increases for the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge take effect Sunday. The cash toll is jumping to $19, but New York E-ZPass holders will pay less. → Read More

One year after murder of 10-year-old boy, is Asbury Park safer?

Shootings and other violent crimes are decreasing in Asbury Park. But raw numbers can't measure the collective grief of decades of gun violence on the city's West Side. → Read More

Hearing on Lakewood developer's plans for Eagle Ridge golf course postponed

A judge ordered a 30-day postponement of a public hearing on a controversial redevelopment plan for Lakewood's Eagle Ridge Golf Course. → Read More

Asbury Park fire leaves 16 homeless

Sixteen residents of a home on Second Avenue in Asbury Park were displaced by an early morning fire Sunday. → Read More

Toms River accident: Lakewood mourns victims of deadly crash

Kevin Quispe-Prieto, Jimmy Quispe-Prieto, Victor Lugo and Robert Ordenana were killed Wednesday in a Toms River accident on the Garden State Parkway. → Read More

Sirens pay tribute to fallen South Jersey firefighter

South Jersey volunteer firefighter Natalie Dempsey, 21, was killed in a car accident on her way to an emergency call on Christmas morning. → Read More

Spring Lake Heights councilman cleared of drug charges

Drug charges against Spring Lake Heights Borough Councilman Robert T. Merriken Sr. were dropped in Brielle Municipal Court Tuesday. → Read More

Christmas tree shortage: This is why they're harder to find in 2018

Due to a national shortage of Christmas trees, the Jersey Shore is feeling the pinch. → Read More

LGBT youth forum in Middletown draws hundreds

Middletown High School South hosted the 15th annual NJ GA Forum for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and nonconforming students on Saturday. → Read More