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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.
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Local Colleges: Ocean County College
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Urn found on NJ beach may have been stolen 26 years ago
After almost 40 years of marriage, Eileen Hunt said she is used to her husband Gary bringing home all kinds of random items. But she said the urn he found on Berkeley Beach last week may top them all.Spring nor'easter targets Northeast with heavy snow, winds
A spring nor'easter targeted the Northeast on Wednesday with strong winds and a foot or more of snow expected in some parts of the region. Airlines canceled flights and schools canceled classes ahead of the fourth major storm in three weeks.Applebee's at Ocean County Mall has new look
Applebee's at the Ocean County Mall in Toms River has redesigned its restaurant in bid to fend of competitors. Applebee's at Ocean County Mall has new look; will you go? Applebee's at the Ocean County Mall in Toms River has redesigned its restaurant in bid to fend of competitors.Brick police looking for hit-and-run driver
Brick police looking for driver of car that hit pedestrian The pedestrian was struck on Wednesday morning on Herbertsville Road near Maple Avenue.Two arrested in Toms River shooting that left a man dead
Sevon Hill of Toms River and Shakar "Anthony" Barksdale of Seaside Heights are facing charges of murder, conspiracy to commit murder and other charges. Toms River shooting: Two arrested after man found dead outside apartment complex Sevon Hill of Toms River and Shakar "Anthony" Barksdale of Seaside Heights are facing charges of murder, conspiracy to commit murder and other charges.Jay and Linda Grunin Foundation Supports Ocean Medical Center's New...
Hackensack Meridian Health Ocean Medical Center Foundation is pleased to announce a $1 million commitment from the Jay and Linda Grunin Foundation of Toms River to support the hospital's new Graduate Medical Education program. Ocean Medical Center recently announced that it received initial accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education for residency training programs in family medicine and psychiatry - practice areas in which there are serious shortages of physicians expected in New Jersey and the nation, and the Jay and Linda Grunin Foundation is the first to dedicate funding towards its success.Water utility announces plan for lower water bills in region
Water bills for customers of a New Jersey utility could possibly decrease next month due to a lower corporate tax rate. Suez, which serves customers in the Toms River area and parts of Hudson and Bergen counties, says it wants to cut the amount of revenue it collects from customers by about $14 million starting April 1. The Asbury Park Press reports the average residential customer will save an estimated $22 a year if the plan is approved by the state Board of Utilities.Lakewood man accused of threatening to shoot gun control rally
Police in Manalapan were alerted last month to the posts by 42-year-old Shane Steele last month, where he threatened to open fire at a March For Our Lives rally, the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office said. Police searched Steele's home, where no weapons were found.Sheriff's officer crashes while swerving away from vehicle
Authorities say a sheriff's officer in New Jersey swerved into a concrete barrier while trying to avoid crashing into another car over the weekend, injuring himself in the process. The unidentified Ocean County sheriff's officer was driving in Toms River Friday night when he swerved to avoid hitting another vehicle.NJ sheriff's officer hospitalized after crashing into barrier
An Ocean County Sheriff's Department officer was injured when his patrol car hit a barrier trying to avoid crashing into another vehicle. The officer driving was in one of the department's marked Ford Explorers on Route 37 at Mule Road around 10 p.m. on Sunday night when he swerved and hit a barrier in order to not hit another car, according to Toms River Police spokesman Ralph Stocco.Can a friend's tragic death help pass domestic violence law?
The two were at McCloskey's home in Collingswood on Dec. 30 when they were stabbed to death, prosecutors say. Brownell's ex-fiance Mark Lyczak, 45, of Burlington City, is charged with their murders and the attempted murder of a third woman.Massive 7-county drug ring destroyed, 28 arrested, 90K doses of heroin seized
Authorities in Ocean County announced Friday they dismantled a "sophisticated" drug ring that had tentacles in seven different New Jersey counties and New York and led to 28 arrests, the seizure of more than 90,000 doses of heroin and 191 pounds of cocaine, and $850,000 in cash. The widespread operation, dubbed "Operation Heading Back," began in April and involved 30 state, county and local law enforcement agencies.31 charged in Central Jersey drug ring
'Largest drug operation' in Ocean County shut down Dozens of law enforcement agencies collaborated on the operation. Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://on.app.com/2G8ghxv Operation Heading Back, spanned 11 months and seven counties and led to 28 arrests, 20 firearms and 33 raids.Lightning burns down house, offices as wild storm sacks N.J.
Fire crews on Wednesday battled a fast-spreading blaze at a Lakewood building, at least the second major fire that came as a powerful winter storm brought snow and lighting to the region. The blaze at the Cross Street small business complex, near Damiano Way, continued to burn around 4:30 p.m., about two hours after authorities received a call from a man who reported the fire and said he heard a "loud explosion," according to police.Manchester teacher struck by lightning
The teacher, who was on bus duty, was standing on a sidewalk with other staff members when her umbrella was struck by lightning. NJ weather: Manchester middle school teacher struck by lightning during nor'easter The teacher, who was on bus duty, was standing on a sidewalk with other staff members when her umbrella was struck by lightning.Nor'easter brings heavy snow, creates travel headaches across Northeast
Heavy snow is falling across the Northeast on Wednesday as another nor'easter takes aim at the region, creating travel headaches as thousands of flights have been canceled and several governors have declared a state of emergency. The storm is expected to drop more than a foot of snow in interior locations throughout the day, especially in locations from northern New Jersey, the lower Hudson River Valley and into northern Connecticut and western Massachusetts, according to Fox News Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean.Another snowstorm for US
The second big, blustery storm to hit the Northeast in less than a week brought wet, heavy snow Wednesday to a corner of the country where tens of thousands of people were still waiting for the power to come back on from the first bout of wintry weather. The nor'easter closed schools and government offices, grounded flights and raised fears of another round of fallen trees and electrical outages as it made its way up the East Coast.
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