Steph Solis, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Steph Solis

The Asbury Park Press NJ

Neptune Township, NJ, United States

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Past articles by Steph:

Catholic priest sex abuse: Updated list of accused clergy with Jersey Shore ties

The Diocese of Trenton updated its list of credibly accused clergy to include past assignments and the number of victims of each cleric. → Read More

NJ protesters decry Trump's national emergency declaration for border wall funding

In Newark, Red Bank and elsewhere across the state, demonstrators vent their outrage over the president's move. → Read More

Trump national emergency declaration on border wall draws mixed reactions in NJ

Immigrants and liberals said the wall would be expensive and ineffective. Conservatives hope it will stem the flow of drugs across the border. → Read More

Odell Beckham Jr.'s pups up for adoption in Millstone

Odell Beckham Jr. teamed up with the Green Leaf Pet Resort in Millstone to offer a litter of puppies for adoption. → Read More

Paid parking is coming to Freehold Borough

The Freehold Borough Council introduced a $150,000 bond ordinance to fund the purchase and installation of parking meters. → Read More

NJ businesses push back against immigration services fraud charges

The businesses were accused of so-called "notario" fraud, alleged to have presented themselves as attorneys or immigration experts. → Read More

Freehold Township sued after denying Shake Shack application

Shake Shack is taking its fight to open a restaurant in Freehold Township to court. → Read More

Holmdel student: I was rejected from NHS because I back Trump

The superintendent says "no student would be denied admittance to NHS based on his/her political speech." → Read More

Lawyer seeks protections for undocumented immigrants who worked at Trump National

The workers said they were employed at Trump National Golf Clubs in Bedminster, N.J., and Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. → Read More

Indonesian detainee in Woodbridge is released, will fight deportation

Parlin Sinaga, a father of three from Woodbridge, spent 14 months in immigrant detention. → Read More

How to talk to your kids about death when it's violent and close to home

Adults may feel inclined to protect their children from the information surrounding a violent death. Why one expert says that's not enough. → Read More

From cardboard walls to new classrooms: Freehold schools celebrate expansion

The construction project increases the district's capacity from 1,148 to 1,589. → Read More

Henry Hudson students without ID barred from White House visit, report says

The students and their chaperones had to fight through a nor'easter - one that took New Jersey's public agencies rather by surprise - to get to Washington. → Read More

Here's what new NJ driver's license bill looks like

The bill proposes creating a REAL ID license and a "standard" one for undocumented immigrants, homeless people and others who can't prove their status → Read More

'Careless smoking' caused Toms River apartment fire, inspector says

Officials said the fire left smoke and water damage in about 75 percent of the Highland Plaza apartment complex. → Read More

100 people evacuated from Toms River apartment fire

Some residents suffered "minor smoke inhalation" at the scene of the fire, police said. → Read More

Manchester crash shuts down County Road 539

MANCHESTER -- Police are responding to a crash by the intersection of Route 70 and County Road 539 Thursday afternoon. County Road 539 is closed in both directions around the intersection. Police ask motorists to avoid the area. This is a breaking news story. Check for new developments. Read or Share this story: → Read More

Statewide sweep nets 28 New Jersey businesses accused of defrauding immigrants

The businesses were accused of engaging in "notario" fraud for allegedly charging for services they weren't authorized to perform. → Read More

With NJ supper clubs, immigrants, allies fight fear with food

New Jerseyans are bringing together immigrants and citizens in hopes of moving past politics. Is that possible in 2018? → Read More

NJ midterm elections 2018: Here are the Monmouth County municipal, school board results

See the NJ midterm elections 2018 county, municipal and school board results for Monmouth County, updated as they become available. → Read More