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Toms River Police Add New Crime Fighting Tool

TOMS RIVER By Police Spokesman Ralph Stocco The Toms River Police Department is initiating a new program called Operation Watchdog. This program encourages residents...

Toms River East Little League Marks 20th Anniversary of 1998 World...

TOMS RIVER-When you talk about the Toms River East Little League it's hard to not mention New York Mets third baseman Todd Frazier and...

Toms River Little League Celebrates Opening Day

TOMS RIVER-It felt more like winter on April 9th, but as they say, the show must go on as Toms River Little League kicked...

Toms River Budget Proposed with 0% Tax Increase to Residents

TOMS RIVER-The Republican members of the Toms River Township Council are celebrating a second consecutive year with no tax increase after introducing the 2018...

Toms River Ordinance Aims to Curb Future North Dover Overdevelopment

TOMS RIVER-An ordinance introduced by the Toms River Township Council last week aims to reduce the overdevelopment of the North Dover section of the...

Judge Orders Toms River to Pay $122,500 to Chabad

TOMS RIVER-The Toms River Chabad can continue to operate according to a ruling made by U.S. Judge Freda Wolfson.   Wolfson said the township was...

Toms River South Baseball Documentary Premiere

Sunday, April 8, 2018, the story of legendary baseball coach Ken Frank was presented at the Grunin Center at Ocean County College. The film presentation was...

Police Seek Arson Suspect for Attempted Murder Charge

Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato and Toms River Police Chief Mitch Little are asking media outlets to post the attached picture of Kenneth...

Opponent Accuses Congressman MacArthur of Gutting Wall Street Law to Favor...

by Evan Lukaske, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee   Former A.I.G. CEO Hank Greenberg is attempting to kill a New York State securities law that led to him...

Toms River to Host 50th Anniversary Fair Housing Seminar

(Toms River, NJ) The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Toms River Township and Solutions to End Poverty Soon (STEPS) are co-sponsoring a...