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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
N.J.'s largest hospital chain and Aetna may split, spurring patient bills to soar

Aetna, the second-largest health insurance company in New Jersey, notified 45,000 policy holders this month that unless contract negotiations improve soon with the state's largest hospital network, patients will have to pay a lot more to use these facilities. The two-year contract between RWJBarnabas Health and Aetna will expire April 22, according to the March 17 letter the insurance carrier sent to people who had been treated at one of the chain's hospitals in the past year.

Metro Beat

Greetings all, and I hope everyone is ready for Spring to come in full force and with it the full slate of dinners, outings and shows. We've been spared for the most part as far as winter goes, but those sporadic blasts of freezing temps and precipitation certainly make us anticipate the warmer weather that much more.

Bodies of man, woman found in river near New Jersey marina

But authorities say it's not clear how the victims ended up in the Shrewsbury River or how long they had been in the water.

Cops justified in killing suicidal man with knife, Ocean County prosecutor says

Police had been called to find Francis Hartnett, 47, after his wife reported that he had slit his wrists and ran away from home. Police searched through the woods near his father's home on Royal Timbers Apartment Complex on Wild Oaks Court before knocking on the door and entering.

Cops justified in killing knife-wielding man, investigation determines

TOMS RIVER -- Little Egg Harbor police were justified in shooting and killing a suicidal man because he charged at them with a knife, ignoring commands to drop his weapon, the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office concluded in its review of the 2015 incident. Three Little Egg Harbor patrolmen fired a total of 13 bullets that struck and killed Francis Hartnett at his father's apartment on Nov. 17, 2015, the prosecutor's office said it its report submitted to the state Attorney General's Office.

Ex-Little League head sentenced

The Point Pleasant Beach Little League is adopting safeguards after the league's former president was found guilty of stealing $16,000 from the league's bank account. He was sentenced to two years probation Tuesday and ordered to repay the league.

Brick seeks new ways to fight opioid abuse

As the opioid epidemic tightens its grip on Ocean County, addicts - some with suitcases in hand - are turning themselves in to the Brick Township Police Department seeking treatment and recovery. The Heroin Addiction Response Program [HARP], run out of the Brick Township and Manchester police departments in conjunction with the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office, marks a paradigm-altering shift from incarceration to treatment as a means of addressing the area's opioid problem.

Newly Revitalized Jersey Shore Hotel Welcomes Travelers

There's good news for Jersey Shore travelers just in time for the summer season surge. The 173-room Days Hotel Toms River Jersey Shore is proud to announce the completion of top-to-bottom renovations totaling over $2 million.

Sex offender released 2 months ago now ordered jailed

TOMS RIVER -- A child sex offender at the center of a dispute over New Jersey's new bail system was jailed on Thursday, two days after an appellate court ordered that his release in January be reviewed. Christopher Wilson, 20, of Little Egg Harbor, will remain behind bars until charges that he tried to solicit sexual favors from an 11-year-old girl in return for a video game system are resolved, the Ocean County Prosecutor's office confirmed.

Fugitive drug dealer, now facing life in prison, convicted of leading heroin network

TOMS RIVER -- A Lakewood drug dealer on the lam faces life in prison after he was convicted of leading a narcotics network that pushed out large quantities of heroin and cocaine, authorities said Thursday. Daryel Rawls, 36, was found guilty on Wednesday of being the leader of a narcotics trafficking network, conspiracy to possess heroin with the intent to distribute the drug, possession with intent to distribute heroin and possession with intent to distribute cocaine, said Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato.

Another subpoena issued in investigation of GOP party chair, report says

Ocean County Republican Chairman George Gilmore addresses GOP supporters in Toms River on Nov. 5, 2014, during a celebration of wins by Ocean County Republicans in the 2014 general election. related to his position as the Chairman of the Election Board of Ocean County for the time frame January 1, 2010 to the present" to a grand jury that is scheduled to convene in a U.S. District Court in Trenton on the morning of April 13. Gilmore, 67, of Toms River, reportedly owes approximately $1 million in income taxes and the Internal Revenue Service has multiple tax liens on his properties.

5 things to know this week in New Jersey

The Assembly takes up a slew of bills in committee hearings in Trenton on Monday. Among the measures under consideration is one that would require the state attorney general to investigate any law-enforcement encounter that results in a person's death.

March 18: the republic, Yankees and restrooms

East Norwich, L.I.: The purpose of the CIA and other intelligence-gathering agencies is to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States from enemies both foreign and domestic, thereby ensuring the safety of the American people. Unlike Presidents, who come and go, these agencies are always there as guardians of our democracy and way of life.

Long-awaited $128M beach replenishment to start in Ortley Beach next month

TOMS RIVER -- Beach replenishment for the northern Ocean County peninsula is set to start the middle of next month, with Ortley Beach as the first spot to get the sand. State environmental protection officials said Weeks Marine Inc., the Cranford-based contractor selected to perform the $128 million project, will spend two weeks beginning mid-April pumping sand onto the beach in Ortley, which was devastated by Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and has struggled keep sand in place in subsequent storms.

Powerful March winter nor'easter causes damage, erosion at Jersey Shore

A section of the wall separating the Manasquan Inlet from Point Pleasant Beach collapsed and the entire area experienced a lot of washing out due to storm surge. The section of the wall that was damaged was slated to undergo a $600,000 repair from a combined effort of Point Pleasant Beach and the New Jersey DEP.

Police-involved shooting in Toms River: authorities

Police-involved shooting in Toms River: authorities Ocean County Prosecutor's Office is investigating a police-involved shooting. Check out this story on northjersey.com: http://on.app.com/2mG9xx3 Toms River police officers are shown outside 190 Edgewood Drive in the township Tuesday, March 14, 2017, where a fatal police officer involved shooting occurred.

Nor'easter, blizzard scenes from each of N.J.'s 21 counties

It's been a harrowing morning across New Jersey thanks to a nor'easter that has dumped snow, sleet, rain an ice across the state and caused coastal flooding. In North Jersey, heavy snow has been falling for hours.

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