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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
Ocean County school gets checked for drugs; addicts offered amnesty, rehab

The most drug-aware community in the state could be in Ocean County, where police conducted a drug sweep of schools and participated in a day-long involvement in the Heroin Addiction Response Program . Manchester Township High School students on Wednesday encountered five K-9 squads from local police, as departments in Allenhurst, Plumsted and Toms River conducted one in a series of unannounced drug sweeps by the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office.

Three Kearny track standouts advance to Group IV championships

It's not every day that a Kearny High School track and field athlete advances to the overall Group IV championships at the Bennett Center in Toms River. So that's why it was newsworthy that three Kardinals made it all the way to the Group IV championship meet last Saturday.

Manchester man charged with distributing heroin, crack cocaine

MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP -- A 37-year-old township man was charged with multiple drug-related offenses Friday following the execution of a search warrant at his Ridgeway Road home. Following a two-month long investigation into his alleged drug distribution, authorities stopped Jemel Cooper for a motor vehicle violation on Route 70 near the Toms River border.

Authorities: Fatal Toms River house fire ruled an accident

Ocean County authorities announced Tuesday that 64-year-old Ellen Tanner died from smoke inhalation and heat-related injuries she suffered in the fire at her Toms River home. A 67-year-old man who also lived at the home and a firefighter both suffered burns that were not considered life-threatening.

Fatal Toms River fire most likely started from smoking, authorities said

The fire that killed a Toms River woman on Valentine's Day most likely started from smoking, authorities concluded ) Investigators spent hours sifting through the debris from the Feb. 14 fire at 1911 Fiddlers Run before determining the blaze started accidentally in a plastic trash can in the basement, said Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato and Toms River Police Chief Mitch Little. In a joint press release, they said investigators from the prosecutor's Arson Unit/Major Crimes Unit, Toms River police, the Toms River's Fire Prevention Bureau and the Ocean County Sheriff's Office could not rule out improperly discarded smoking material as the cause.

Fire in the sky: The Hindenburg disaster at 80

Fire in the sky: The Hindenburg disaster at 80 In 1937, the Hindenburg disintegrated over a N.J. landing field as its hydrogen ignited. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2lkxY2z The Hindenburg disaster took place 80 years ago this May. The Navy Lakehurst Historical Society maintains the Hindenburg Airship Memorabilia Room within Hangar 1 on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.

Man who drove on frozen river sentenced to jail for killing dog

TOMS RIVER -- The Toms River man who drove his truck onto a frozen river was sentenced to six months in jail Friday for causing his dog to drown when the vehicle broke through the ice. In sentencing Andrew Mayer, Superior Court Judge James Blaney said some jail time was necessary, but he rejected Assistant Ocean County Prosecutor Heidi Tannenbaum-Newman's request for a 364-day jail term, said Al Della Fave, spokesman for the prosecutor's office.

Camden PD hit the ice to help one of their own in Toms River

Camden County Police Department Detective Lucas Murray and Officer Cody Smith dropped by the show this morning to promote a hockey game this weekend intended to be a fundraiser to help a fellow officer in need. On January 4, 2017, Toms River Police Officer Brett Hansen was critically injured on the Garden State Parkway following his shift.

Cha-ching! 7 big winners in NJ Lottery; Powerball climbs to $349M

The jackpot for the next Powerball drawing on Saturday has an annuity value of $349 million and a cash value of $213.1 million after no ticket matched all five numbers and the power ball for the multi-state game's 17th drawing in a row. However, New Jersey players were still lucky as a Powerball ticket worth $1 million matching five numbers was sold at Stop & Shop in Tenafly for Wednesday night's drawing.

Civilian police employee hit with more charges in sex assault, child porn case, cops say

TOMS RIVER -- A former New Jersey State Police civilian employee accused of sexually assaulting a young girl has been ordered to be held without bail after prosecutors filed additional charges against him relating to another child. Superior Court Judge Wendel E. Daniels on Monday ordered Milton Cortina, 40, of Little Egg Harbor, to remain in jail without bail while his case is pending, said Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato.

Daniel Sable

After nearly six years, the man suspected of holding up a Wells Fargo bank in Toms River in 2011 returns to face charges in Ocean County, following his Saturday arrest in North Bergen. Daniel Sable, 27, was apprehended in a bank in the Hudson County community by agents of the U.S. Marshals Service in connection with a February 7 jewelry store heist in New York State, according to the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle .

Police investigating suspicious fire behind pizza shop

TOMS RIVER -- Police are investigating a suspicious fire that burned a shed behind a pizza shop Sunday night, officials said. The fire caused minor damage to the shed, which is located behind Linda's Pizza in Hazelwood Plaza on Fischer Boulevard, Toms River police Officer Ralph Stocco said.

New Jersey could see a sky show Friday night, weather permitting

If conditions are ripe, the heavens will display a partial lunar eclipse, a fly-by from Comet 45p and a full or "snow" moon. John Endreson, president of the Astronomical Society of the Toms River Area , says "it is going to take a little bit of a trick to see, because it is going to be very subtle."

Finance advisor guilty

Peter Martorana - an investment and financial advisor who operated from Toms River - pleaded guilty to one count of financial facilitation of criminal activity in excess of $500,000 on Wednesday, Feb. 1, according to a press release from the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office. The state reccomended that Mr. Martorana be sentenced to 10 years in New JerseyState Prison with a period of parole ineligibility of four years, according to the press release.

Arsonist who set fire to house sentenced to prison

TOMS RIVER -- A repeat arsonist was sentenced to seven years in prison for setting fire to the home of a Toms River man, authorities said Wednesday. Before he becomes eligible for parole, John Fischer V, 27, will have to serve nearly six years of the sentence imposed Friday by Superior Court Judge Rochelle Gizinski, said Al Della Fave, spokesman for the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office.

Is new bill to help addicts just another 'feel good' NJ law?

Governor Chris Christie, Department of Health Commissioner Beth Connolly and Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini participate in a roundtable discussion on drug addiction and recovery while at Preferred Behavioral Health in Toms River, N.J. on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017. There's another bill working its way to Governor Christie's desk addressing the out-of-control drug epidemic in New Jersey.

Freezing rain advisory issued as focus remains on Thursday snow forecast

Freezing rain could affect the morning commute in parts of northern New Jersey Tuesday morning, but much of the state remains focused on the potential snowstorm still two days away that could drop 3 to 6 inches throughout the state. Drivers should be extra cautious Tuesday morning as icing could create slippery conditions on roads and bridges in areas along and north of the I-80 until about 9 a.m. Temperatures for the first six days of February have been relatively warm, averaging above normal -- and that trend should continue into Wednesday.

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