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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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Overturned ambulance closes part of Route 1 in New Brunswick
The ambulance operated by Galaxy Transport overturned on the ramp from Route 1 northbound to Route 18 north around 5:30 a.m., according to New Brunswick Police spokesman Captain J.T. Miller. The driver of the ambulance and a front seat passenger were hospitalized for minor injuries.Jenni 'JWoww' Farley Selling Jersey Home Complete With Tanning...
"Jersey Shore" star "JWoww" is selling her stately New Jersey home. For $1.6 million, a buyer gets a mansion fit for a fist-pumping queen.Pedestrian struck, killed by car in Toms River
A 37-year-old Toms River man was struck and killed by a car Tuesday evening near his home, authorities said. Richard Bococinski was struck just after 5 p.m. at the intersection of Fischer Boulevard and Fairview Drive, Toms River police said in a statement.Car dealership employee saves 3 boys, dog from burning home
Suzanne Reynolds was at work at the Toms River dealership Friday, when she saw smoke from the home and leapt into action. Snow flurries started around mid-morning in parts of the Jersey Shore on Saturday.3 boys home alone didn't know Toms River house was on fire
A woman is being credited with saving the lives of three boys who didn't know their house was on fire. She also rescued the family dog.D&D listeners' Top 10 Winter Driving Tips
We've continued the tradition honoring local law enforcement every Friday on my morning show. As we come to the end of our second full year on the air, today's honoree is the entire Police Department in Toms River, New Jersey .The collateral damage of the #MeToo movement
It's an appropriate choice because "Person of the Year" is supposed to be someone who has affected dramatic and significant change in society-for better or for worse. In the case of the #MeToo people, it's a travesty.Lakewood woman struck, killed by SUV while crossing street
A 53-year-old woman was struck and killed by a vehicle as she crossed the street in Lakewood on Tuesday, a day after authorities announced a new traffic safety initiative in response to a series of serious crashes, authorities said. Irene Perosi was hit by an SUV driven by a 56-year-old Toms River man at about 5 p.m., Lakewood police said in a statement.Opinion: Populism died in the U.S. Senate on Saturday
The House and the Senate have passed different versions of President Trump's tax reform bill so now it goes to a conference committee. Here's what that means.Sex harassment ruling costs Toms River tow firm & owner $110,000
A single mom's allegations of sexual harassment and a hostile work environment, at the Toms River towing company where she worked, force the firm and its owner to pay reparations, and penalties to the state of New Jersey, amounting to nearly $110,000. The judgement against Neal Prasad and Statewide Roadside Assistance of Toms River, finalized by Division on Civil Rights Director Craig T. Shasihara, adds a bit more than $50,000 to the woman's award for emotional distress and lost wages to the $7,500 she was awarded in June by an administrative law judge, for a total of $57,920, according to the office of New Jersey Attorney General Christopher Porrino's office.Sheriff's officer admits stealing cocaine used for canine training
A lieutenant who was heading the Ocean County Sheriff's Department canine unit has pleaded guilty to misusing more than a kilogram of cocaine designated for canine training. John C. Adams, 40, of Toms River is required to serve three years in prison with two years of parole ineligibility under a guilty plea to official misconduct and theft entered Thursday, the county prosecutor's office said.The Ocean County Breakfast ShowMaking Miracles Radiothon 2017
Shawn & Sue will broadcast from our Townsquare Media Studios in Downtown Toms River for 26 hours .... Wednesday, December 6th & Thursday, December 7th.Jailed burglar gets more prison time for 2-state crime spree
A Trenton man imprisoned in New Jersey for multiple burglaries got more time behind bars in Pennsylvania Tuesday for break-ins he committed in lower Bucks County during a 2012 spree in both states. "It is my intent to keep you under supervision for as long as I can," Gibbons said, according to the Bucks County District Attorney's office said.NJ woman dragged by robber's car after fighting him off at gas station, cops say
A township man may not have been looking for a fight when he snatched a woman's purse at a gas station, but that's what he got Saturday, police said. According to police, the woman was at a gas station buying lottery tickets when Bonaccorso came into the store and grabbed her purse.Contractor Puts LiuGong 835H Wheel Loader to Work
When the 835H is done at the demolition site, it will head back to Structural Solutions' yard, where it will go to work among hundreds of steel beams. Shawn Yesko, owner of Structural Solutions of New Jersey, was first introduced to the LiuGong 835 two years ago.'Stranger Things' Gaten Matarazzo tackles safe teen driving
In this Nov. 19, 2017, file photo, Gaten Matarazzo arrives at the American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Matarazzo will star in a series of videos aimed at promoting safe driving in his native New Jersey even though he's not old enough to get behind the wheel himself.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.
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