Asbury Park Press reports that two Freehold Township Police officers delivered a baby girl in a gas station parking lot.
Two Freehold Township Police officers took on the role of a doctor Sunday morning, as they helped deliver a baby in a gas station parking lot. In an article published Sunday evening by the Asbury Park Press, the newspaper reported that two officers assisted in the delivery of a baby girl at an Exxon Gas Station off of Route 9. According to the report, Officers Frank Mount and Drew Galaydick delivered the baby at 6:30 a.m. in a small black car. The report states that after the delivery, the family proceeded to the hospital. Read the full Asbury Park Press article here.
Office was considered state-of-the-art newspaper facility when it opened in 1985.
The Asbury Park Press is putting its Neptune office building on the market and will begin to look for a new location, the newspaper reported Thursday. According to the newspaper's website, "The company's manufacturing facility moved to Neptune from Asbury Park in 1980, followed by its news and business office operations in 1985." The Route 66 office was considered state-of-the-art when the newspaper moved from its much smaller facility at Press Plaza in Asbury Park. The newspaper went beyond the warehouse look that was typical of media offices, and created a high-tech, modern facility with a cafeteria, a nurse's office and a running trail. Find out more, by reading the Asbury Park Press' article here.