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Weekly Farmers' Market Begins Wednesday in Downtown Toms River
Locals are invited to the first of 25 weekly Jersey Fresh Farmers' Markets beginning Wednesday in downtown Toms River.
Tue May 21, 2013
Firm Chosen to Lead Toms River's Superintendent Search
Toms River Board of Education members have selected a firm to lead its superintendent search.
Mon May 20, 2013
Asbury Park Press
OHI to Participate in Latino Community Springfest and Health Fair
The public is invited to take advantage of free blood pressure and blood glucose screenings and monitoring in OHIs mobile medical van during the Latino Community Springfest and Health Fair, Lakewood Town Square, Clifton Avenue, Lakewood, Saturday June 1, 2013, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The 40-foot handicapped accessible mobile medical van will ... (more)
The Jersey Journal
Indicted N.J. engineering firm Birdsall Services Group, 7 former execs plead not guilty
Howard Birdsall of Brielle, who retired last year as the chief executive officer of Birdsall Services Group, pleaded not guilty today along with the company and six other former executives and shareholders accused of conspiring to circumvent the state's pay-to-play law.
Remember: Smoking E-Cigarettes Inside is Illegal, State Says
Toms River resident Michael Colavito has never been asked to stop smoking electronic cigarettes, otherwise known as e-cigarettes, whenever he's been in a restaurant or bar.
Councilman: Township Plans Electronic Tax Sale Program Participation
The following Council Corner article was submitted by Ward 4 Councilman Alffonso Manforti: While some say the only certainties in life are death and taxes, what happens after death is a matter of intense debate.
OCC Announces TV Schedule for 46th Commencement
Ocean County College will broadcast its 46th annual commencement ceremony live on local television this upcoming week.
Sun May 19, 2013
Toms River Motorists Reminded to 'Click It or Ticket'
As motorists take to the roads this Memorial Day holiday, the state Division of Highway Traffic Safety is urging everyone to buckle up.
Manchester Police Arrest Nursing Supervisor From Toms River For Stealing Prescriptions
A nursing supervisor at Arista Care Assisted Living Facility was arrested this week and charged with stealing prescription medication, Manchester Police announced on Saturday.
Toms River's Disaster Recovery Ombudsman Starts Work Monday
A disaster recovery ombudsman aimed at helping Toms River residents navigate the rebuilding process following Superstorm Sandy will start work on Monday.
Ohio Charity Unloads Donations at Toms River Pantry [VIDEO]
Superstorm Sandy recovery in Toms River received some out of state help this week when an Ohio-based charity came to town with a trailer full of donations.
Sat May 18, 2013
Asbury Park Press
Toms River apartment plan would further snarl traffic
Dover Summit Associates is presenting a special-reasons variance before the Toms River Board of Adjustment to build 252 apartments at this location.
Asbury Park Press
Toms River man charged with punching dog
If you think rush-hour traffic at Route 9 and Whitty Road is bad now, hold on to your steering... James Andrewski is accused of punching a brown Labrador mix named Cinnamon on Wednesday, said Victor Amato, chief of the Monmouth County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Fri May 17, 2013
Brick Police Searching for Man Who Robbed, Stabbed Woman
Brick police are continuing their search for a man who they say pulled a woman out of her car, held a knife to her throat and stabbed her while demanding the contents of her pocket book.
Thu May 16, 2013
'Pier Pressure' Sandy Relief Concert Comes to Seaside Heights Sunday
After a successful December concert raised $15,000 to benefit Superstorm Sandy victims, two Toms River teens are hoping to double that amount during a Sunday fundraiser in Seaside Heights.
Post Your Toms River Prom Pics on Patch
Over the next few weeks the Toms River high schools will hold their respective proms, the glamour event of the year for students and their families.
Clarks Hometown News Patriot
East Brunswick Awarded $1.14 Million For Sandy Recovery
State officials announced this week that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded over $12 million in federal grants to the municipalities of East Brunswick, Eagleswood and Toms River, as well as the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs , for emergency costs incurred as a result of Superstorm Sandy.
Wed May 15, 2013
Council Approves Height Waiver for New and Existing Homes
A revision to an ordinance waiving height restriction for Superstorm Sandy-damaged homes was amended to apply the new rules to both new and existing structures.
10 Arrested, 140 Pounds of Marijuana Seized in Drug Raids
A two month-long investigation by a number of local law enforcement agencies resulted in the arrests of 10 people, plus the seizure of cars, cash and about 140 pounds of marijuana, authorities said.