Rutgers student from Toms River fatally shot
A Toms River man has been identified as a fatal victim of a double shooting Sunday night near the Rutgers University Newark campus, according to the Essex County Prosecutor's Office.
Products made in Monmouth County to be showcased at free expo
Everything from hot sauce and candy to jewelry and art will be showcased at the 5th Annual "Made in Monmouth" expo this Saturday in the MAC at Monmouth University in West Long Branch.
Cancer battle sidelines Ocean County Freeholder John Bartlett
New Jersey's longest serving Freeholder, Ocean County's John C. Bartlett Jr., will be missing from the governing body while undergoing treatment for cancer in Philadelphia.
Be a second set of eyes for Brick Township Police
The revival of Brick Township's Neighborhood Watch Program continues to generate interest, especially in the Herbertsville section, where officials have been canvassing streets and leaving informational door hangers.
April is National Month of the Military Child
The Real Warriors Campaign is encouraging service members, veterans and their families to spend time with their kids during this National Month of the Military Child, while also raising awareness about the resources it offers.
Reaction from Ortley Beach to state victory in dune project case
Ken Langdon, chairman of the Ortley Beach Liason Committee applauded Wednesday's ruling from Ocean County Superior Court Judge Marlene Lynch Ford, giving the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, authority to take a portion of property from 28 beachfront holdouts against a protecti…
Ocean County beachfront owners lose court battle with State
28 Oceanfront homeowners in Ocean County can have a portion of their property seized by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection needed for a long-awaited protective dune and beach replenishment project to move forward, following Superstorm Sandy devasation in 2012.
Jon Bon Jovi-inspired B.E.A.T. Center launches CrowdRise fundraiser ahead of Toms River gr…
Nearly a year after Jon Bon Jovi and non-profit partners announced plans to address hunger in Ocean County, a CrowdRise fundraising campaign has been launched ahead of the May Grand Opening of the B.E.A.T. Center in Toms River.
Seaside Heights arcade game catches fire
There was no damage to the Seaside Heights boardwalk when workers at Hershey's Shake Shoppe Arcade reportedly rolled out a game that caught fire Monday night, according to police.
Toms River water is the safest in the Country
While the recent discovery of lead in water in Newark and in Flint, Michigan has many people concerned, the chair of The Citizens Action Committee on Childhood Cancer Cluster is assuring Toms River residents their water is safe.