The state has approved a permit for the owners of Casino Pier in Seaside Heights to rebuild a Sandy-damaged section where the iconic Jet Star roller coaster once stood, according to the Asbury Park Press.
The 5th Avenue Bay Beach in Seaside Park is open to swimmers again following a closure two days in a row this week due to unacceptable bacteria levels, according to Ocean County Health Department officials.
An accused drunken driver is blamed with crashing into a utility pole on Route 9 in Toms River Tuesday night, causing extensive damage and a complete closure of the roadway at Sunset Avenue, according to authorities.
Families impacted by Super storm Sandy nearly three years ago are being given an opportunity to rent newly built homes on land donated by Berkeley Township through the non-profit agency O.C.E.A.N. Inc. based in Toms River.
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