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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
Woodbine State Police Station Releases Arrest Report for April 20-May 9, 2017

The charges and allegations contained in the complaint are merely accusations and the defendants are considered innocent unless and until proven guilty. This report is based on information received from law enforcement.

VIDEO: SUV sinks into Jersey Shore beach

A man's trip to the Jersey Shore to take scenic pictures of his SUV was cut short when he was forced to dig his sinking car out from the wet sand. Video posted to Facebook shows an unidentified 20-year-old using a shovel to try to dig out his sinking Land Rover while waves surround the vehicle.

Findings released in fatal police shooting of N.J. teen

MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP - The state Office of the Attorney General and the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office have determined that a township police officer used "appropriate force" when he shot an killed a 18-year-old Toms River resident , the prosecutor's office announced in a Wednesday morning release. Limichael Shine, 18, of Toms River, called 911 shortly before 2 p.m. on July 31, 2016 saying that he wanted to commit suicide and that "you will see people laughing as soon as the first patrol car arrived," the prosecutor's office said.

Toms River police take on NFL players in the Pros vs. Heroes game

One of the reasons I started Blue Friday was to highlight the good deeds that our local police officers are doing that don't necessarily get reported by the media. We need to change the narrative and show that there are far more good stories than bad that our officers do for New Jersey every day.

Man indicted in Lakewood shooting death

TOMS RIVER -- A Lakewood man has been indicted on charges he shot and killed a township man on the street last year. The grand jury indictment in Ocean County charged Merrill Spencer, 35, with murder, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and unlawful possession of a weapon.

Serious motorcycle crash under investigation in Toms River

The crash occurred on Fischer Boulevard near Glasgow Avenue around 2:20 p.m. The other vehicle involved is a 2014 Hyundai Sonata, police said. Police were conducting an investigation that was expected to take several hours and to affect traffic in the area.

Toms River voters say no to new $14M firehouse

District 1 voters 554 to 306 against building a 33,000-square-foot building on the site of a municipal lot on Irons Street, said. The district has two houses only a few hundred feet apart, but one of the crumbling buildings is 104 years old while the other is 90. The latter has had flooding issues.

Signs of long-awaited beach replenishment arrive in Ortley Beach

ORTLEY BEACH -- A massive federal beach replenishment project for the northern Ocean County peninsula, already a month overdue, is showing signs of life after construction materials and barges arrived off the coast of Ortley Beach in Toms River on Thursday morning. Township Mayor Thomas Kelaher said he was disappointed by the project delays in light of the help state environmental protection officials had promised that Shore community left in tatters after Hurricane Sandy.

Driver of 'suspicious vehicle' charged with prostitution, police say

OCEAN TOWNSHIP - An Ocean County woman was charged with a prostitution-related offense after police said they spotted a suspicious vehicle in the township. At approximately 10:30 p.m. on Monday, Ocean Township Detective Michael Legg located a vehicle on Fairmont Avenue that he deemed to be suspicious, police said.

New mosque, Islamic school faces stiff opposition from local residents

TOMS RIVER -- A proposal to build a mosque and a private Islamic school on Route 9 faces opposition from a small group of residents in the North Dover section of town. The two-story, 50,040-square-foot building would replace an existing mosque owned by the Muslim Society of Jersey Shore.

NJ cops say Unity Tour a 'humbling' experience in honor of fallen officers

The quad of Mercer County Community College was a sea of blue as hundreds of law enforcement members from as far away as Alaska came together Tuesday to start Chapter 10's part of the Annual Police Unity Tour. Chapter President John Mehl, who also serves as an officer with the Toms River Police Department, led the opening ceremonies before the riders kicked off the first day that would take them down to Atlantic City on their way to Washington, D.C. In addition to having his actual family there to help cheer on the men and women taking on this daunting challenge, Mehl said he was also glad to be part of the law enforcement family taking on the ride in honor of those who lost their lives in the line of duty.

PCF Restaurant Group acquires 16 SJ Pizza Huts

PCF Restaurant Group, LLC announces the acquisition of 16 Pizza Hut locations in southern New Jersey. The acquisition will build on and complement the significant foundation already in place to serve customers across the region.

How many pizzerias are in your New Jersey town?

There's always a survey from some publication about the best places to live in the United States, and usually there are a few New Jersey towns on the list. Huh? How many? They any good? To me a town's "livability" is proportionate to how many good pizza places they have.

A 'young disorder': Fighting compulsive gambling among women

Blinking lights, the clicking sound of coins, and perks like free or inexpensive food, drinks and casino bus trips are enticing many older women to gamble. "Casinos are trained to make you feel welcome, while you lose your life," said Sandra Adell, 70, a literature professor in the Afro-American Studies department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, who recounted her experiences as a compulsive gambler in the book "Confessions of a Slot Machine Queen."

Man charged with trying to kill DJ during robbery

TOMS RIVER -- A Lakewood man has been indicted on charges he tried to kill a disc jockey who was robbed while waiting to get paid. A grand jury in Ocean County charged Fritzley Francois on Wednesday with attempted murder, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and armed robbery.

22-year-old Neptune man shot in Jackson, police say

The victim, whom police did not identify, suffered a wound to his abdominal area and was treated and released from Community Medical Center in Toms River, Jackson police Sgt. Christopher Parise said in a statement.

Twin sisters give birth to baby boys on same day in same hospital

These twin sisters now have two sets of identical birthdays to celebrate: theirs on June 30, and now their sons' birthdays on April 28. Danielle Grant and Kim Abraham of Toms River, New Jersey, both had baby boys on April 28 at Ocean Medical Center in Brick. "Our delivery room and our hospital rooms were right next to each which was really nice," Grant told ABC News of the rare occurrence.

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