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Located 60 miles south of Manhattan, Toms River is part of the New York City metropolitan area. During the American Revolution, Toms River was home to a strategically important salt works that supplied colonial militias, as well as a base for privateer vessels that plundered British and Tory ships off the coast. Toms River is home to many beaches located along the Jersey Shore.

Population: 94889
Local Newspapers: Asbury Park Press
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Local Colleges: Ocean County College

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Towns/Cities near toms river, new jersey : Beachwood Pine Beach Lakehurst Ocean Gate Seaside Heights Leisure Village

Toms River News
Suspected drug dealer at Wawa had 500 bags of heroin, Ocean County cops say

Almost 500 bags of heroin that police say were in a man's car took him from Route 530 in this township to the Ocean County Jail in Toms River on Monday. Cody Lessing, 24, of the Bayville section of Berkeley, is charged with possession and possession with intent to distribute heroin, hindering evidence by concealment, possession of marijuana under 50 grams, and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to township police.

The Ocean County Breakfast Show2017 Toms River Christmas Tree Lighting

It's that "beautiful" time of the year, most of our towns and communities light their downtown Christmas tree for all to see! and is all set and ready to go with a fun, festive night of singing Christmas Carols, Mrs. Claus, and Santa! It will be an exciting night for all!

Rutgers Baseball Recruiting Class Announced

Football is a little different with the recruiting calendar, but other sports including men's basketball and wrestling have already had their commits discussed. Baseball head man Joe Litterio announced his program's 2018 class at the end of last week.

Trees fall, power knocked out as winds whip across New Jersey

"This strong cold front will drive 40+ mph wind gusts. A Wind Advisory is in effect for all 21 counties in New Jersey until this evening," Townsquare chief meteorologist Dan Zarrow said.

Busy travel week off to deadly start on N.J. roadways

Four people were killed and another woman was left in critical condition within less than 24 hours through early Saturday in separate traffic-related incidents on roadways around New Jersey. The deadly toll came days before Thanksgiving, one of the busiest travel weeks of the year.

Christie says promise on addiction, mental health treatment coming true in 2019

Nine months after Gov. Chris Christie vowed to add nearly 900 psychiatric and drug treatment beds to help halt the epidemic of opioid addictions and overdoses in the state, the governor announced Friday that 26 health providers have committed to open inpatient facilities and meet the demand within two years. Through a solicitation from the state Health Department, four of the 26 treatment providers have committed to building new private inpatient hospitals, according to Christie's announcement.

Crazy crash: Pickup flips onto Toms River front yard

A driver who tried to avoid hitting a car that stopped short in front of him wound up on the front lawn of a house, police said. Joseph Ferguson, 33 told Toms River Police he was driving his 2008 Ford F250 pickup on Coolidge Avenue when he saw a car stopped at Birchbark Place.

School driver does more than 80 mph on Parkway - Police, company investigate

In the latest listener-submitted video, a bus from DAG Transport is seen passing the car. The car is traveling at 77 mph, according to the car's speedometer, as the bus zooms past.

Rt 37-166 overhaul in Toms River enters next phase

Get ready for long-term lane shift on a short hop of Route 166 in Toms River, from Route 37 to Old Freehold Road Starting Wednesday night at 10, contracted crews will begin moving traffic to one lane in each direction on the northbound side, creating a work zone on the opposite side for installation of construction barriers and roadway striping. It also closes the jughandle from westbound 37 to southbound 166.

Rowan soccer players among those arrested in drug sweep

The Glassboro Police Department sent out a press release on Oct. 27 regarding a search warrant that was executed on an off-campus home. According to the department, a residence on Silver Avenue had been the subject of a one-month investigation involving the distribution of marijuana from the home.

Youth baseball league president charged with stealing money from program

SOUTH TOMS RIVER - The president of the youth baseball league in this tiny Ocean County town was arrested Wednesday after police determined he had stolen money from the league. Luis Quiros is accused of stealing from the South Toms River Youth Baseball League.

Guadagno tells veterans: Kneeling for anthem is not 'acceptable'

TOMS RIVER -- Republican nominee for New Jersey governor Kim Gaudagno told a group of military veterans Saturday morning that while the U.S. constitution gives people the right to knee in protect during the National Anthem, that doesn't mean it's the right thing to do. "As governor, I would have to set an example," Guadagno, the state's current lieutenant governor, said during a campaign stop at a Toms River American Legion.

Sexual harassment suit against freeholder director settled for $550K

OCEAN COUNTY -- A sexual harassment suit filed by a now-retired worker against the Ocean County freeholder director has been settled for $550,000, according to court documents obtained by APP.com . Former general supervisor of building services Rosemary Mennona, 53, of Toms River agreed to the payout July 13, the settlement document shows.

Homeless man drowns in the Toms River

Edward Kosac, 51, was having difficulty walking near the water in Mathis Plaza park off Route 166 just before 3 p.m., according to Ocean County Prosecutor's Office spokesman Al Della Fave. A 911 call reported Kosac in the water, prompting a response from the State Police Marine Unit, Ocean County Prosecutor's Office, Ocean County Sheriff's Department, Toms River police and several surrounding area fire departments.

Toms River targets seedy motel with 750 police incidents

The corporate owner of the Red Carpet Inn, 2 West Water LLC, and its managing member, Kartik Patel, are identified in the complaint by Toms River police. Police claim that there have been at least 750 incidents requiring their response since 2015, many involving drugs, weapons and thefts.

4 more charged in Lakewood fraud sweep seek pre-trial program

TOMS RIVER - Four Lakewood residents accused of wrongfully collecting thousands in public benefits appeared in Superior Court in Ocean County on Wednesday, and their cases will proceed to a grand jury. Appearing before Judge Linda Baxter was Eliezer, 33, and Elkie Sorotzkin, 31, and Jerome Menchel and his wife, Mottel Friedman.

5 years later, Sandy cleanup continues

Lisa Mentges works with a United Methodist volunteer team in October 2013 to repair her home in Long Beach, N.Y. after it was flooded by Hurricane Sandy. The volunteers are from the California-Pacific Conference.

Trial set for man accused of beating retired NY firefighter to death

TOMS RIVER - The trial for a Colts Neck man accused of killing a retired NYPD firefighter at his vacation home on Long Beach Island in 2015 is scheduled to start in 2018. The trial for Conrad Sipa, who is facing up to life in prison for the beating death of Richard Doody Jr., is expected to start on Nov. 5, 2018, and last at least five weeks.

Driver dies in head-on crash after fleeing other collision, police say

LAKEWOOD - A man was killed in a head-on collision Saturday night after he had fled the scene of another crash, according to police. German Alonso Velasquez Gonzalez, 41, of Toms River, was driving a 2003 Nissan Altima when he rear-ended a 2016 Nissan Sentra around 8:40 p.m. on the westbound side of Route 88 near the intersection of Dr. Szold Way, said Detective Lt.

The hidden scars of Sandy | Di Ionno

If not boarded houses, then places still under construction, or vacant lots, many with "for sale" signs, posted like the white flag of a homeowner who has given up. Or lost it all to a bank.

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