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Asbury Park Press
Ocean County's new sheriff believes communication is key
On Good Friday, while the rest of Ocean County government was closed for the holiday, Sheriff Michael G. Mastronardy was on the job, visiting his 911 dispatchers for National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Asbury Park Press
Mobil moves back
F orced to leave New Jersey 15 years ago as part of an anti-trust settlement, Mobil gasoline stations are returning to the Jersey Shore, bringing back a familiar brand to an industry that is undergoing major changes.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Men's Track: Rutgers Men's Track and Field to Compete at Larry Ellis Invitational
PISCATAWAY, N.J. The Rutgers men's outdoor track and field team will trek down route 1 to Princeton for the Larry Ellis Invitational this weekend.
Pollution threatens Barnegat Bay businesses
Barnegat Bay contributes about $4 billion a year to New Jersey's economy, and could grow into an even bigger engine if water quality were improved to bring more users back, according to a University of Delaware research study.
Ray's Ray of Hope - Toms River Sailor Receives Navy's Highest Honor for Saving Shipmates
Admiral John Richardson, Director of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program, presents Petty Officer 3rd Class Travis Kirckof theNavy and Marine Corps Medal at Joint Base Charleston - Weapons Station, S.C. 25 Year Old Petty Officer 3rd Class Travis Kirckof of Toms River was awarded the Navy and Marine Corp Medal this past Friday - this for having ... (more)
Four Arrested in Ocean County Child Porn Investigation
Four men from Toms River, Brick Township, Manchester and Lakewood - one a Peruvian national - varoiusly face child porn, weapons and drug possession counts in the aftermath of an intensive probe by local and Ocean County investigators.
Toms River Police Looking For Suspected 'Red Bull' Robbers At Wawa
Toms River police are looking for two suspects who may have robbed $800 worth of "Red Bull" at the Wawa on Route 37 this past weekend.
Asbury Park Press
Brick schools history: Who was Emma Havens Young?
Of Brick's 11 public schools, there is just one named after a person. On April 26, 1965, 94-year-old Emma Havens Young, a beloved retired teacher, attended a groundbreaking ceremony off Drum Point Road for the $1.2 million building to be named in her honor.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
New Jersey Herald
Closed charity hands off Sandy aid
A Sparta couple accused of diverting donations from an unregistered Hurricane Sandy charity to themselves have redistributed $225,000 of the charity's money to four other similar causes.
Asbury Park Press
Lacey woman dies in Waretown crash
A Lacey Township woman died this week after police said she drove her vehicle past a stop sign and collided with a van.
Insurance Journal West
N.J. Residents Providing Valuable Storm-Proofing Ideas for Post-Sandy Rebuilding Efforts
While scientists, politicians and engineers ponder ways to better protect New Jersey from storms like Superstorm Sandy, some of the best ideas are coming from those who suffered the most.
Toms River-based Ocean County Hunger Relief Gets Shocking News, Report Says
On the same day that Ocean County Hunger Relief announced a new plan to help the area's homeless, the nonprofit organization learned that at least part of its operation could soon be out on the street without a home, according to a report in the Asbury Park Press.
Berkeley Man Charged With Robbing Toms River Walmart After Struggle
A 35-year-old Berkeley man was charged with robbery Monday after allegedly getting into a tussle with a security officer at Walmart, police said.
OPINION: Toms River Compensatory-Time Controversy Costing Taxpayers
I came on to Patch hoping to find some follow up to the report on overtime corruption in Toms River which has been rooted out by the Republican Christie appointed Office of the State Comptroller .
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Aberdeen Novelist, Playwright Gives Reading At Literary Showcase April 27
Playwrights Theatre has partnered with the New Jersey State Council on the Arts for prose and poetry readings for the Literary Artist Fellowship Showcases in Long Branch.
Toms River Organization to Receive Funds Seized From Phony Sandy Charity
Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman today announced Tuesday that donations previously made to the Hurricane Sandy Relief Foundation , an unregistered charity whose founders allegedly misled donors in violation of the law, have been distributed to legitimate charitable organizations for the aid of Superstorm Sandy victims.
Toms River Man, 22, Dies in Single Car Crash on Route 9
A Toms River man died after his car left the roadway on Route 9 Monday night and crashed into a tree.
Book On Toms River Cancer Cluster Wins Pulitzer Prize
A book on the Toms River cancer cluster has been awarded the prestigious Pulitzer Prize.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Toms River Man Charged With Careless Driving After Accident in Galloway
Two Little Egg Harbor residents were hospitalized with head and chest injuries following an accident on South New York Road in Galloway Sunday night.