Toms River police arrest hit-and-run driver
Social media again helps Toms River police nab a hit-and-run suspect who was wanted for allegedly smashing into a parked car earlier this week.
State regulators approve NJNG’s proposed pipeline
New Jersey Natural Gas has won unanimous approval from the state Board of Public Utilities to build a controversial 28 mile pipeline through several towns in Monmouth, Ocean and Burlington Counties.
Lakewood’s DPW Director under fire over blizzard snow removal
Lakewood officials are investigating why a large number of unionized employees in the Township's Department of Public Works failed to show up for work during the weekend blizzard, leaving roads uncleared and equipment idle.
NJ survey to count the homeless takes place Wednesday
An annual one day survey this Wednesday will try to get an accurate figure of the number of homeless people living in New Jersey.
McDonald’s roof catches on fire in Toms River
A heating unit caught fire overnight at the McDonald's on Route 37 in Toms River, shooting flames from the roof, according to a Facebook post from Toms River Fire Company 2.
NJ Homeless advocates continue seeking permanent shelters
As an annual county by county survey gets underway today to try and determine the exact number of homeless in New Jersey, advocates continue seeking permanent shelters, especially during the harsh winter months.
Toms River police make an arrest in the Boscov’s robbery
Surveillance footage released by Toms River police of a suspect wanted in connection with a robbery at the Boscov's in the Ocean County Mall earlier this month generated more than a dozen tips and led to the arrest of 28-year-old Paul Tomasi of Manahawkin, according to authorities.
Manchester police make a pair of drug busts this week
Three Ocean County residents are facing drug charges after two separate vehicle stops in Manchester this week, according to authorities.
No charges after a Lakewood incident involving homeless man
A heartless incident involving a homeless man isn't considered criminal, after an investigation by Lakewood Township police.
Water main break in Toms River detours traffic
Crews continue repairing an early water main break that's shutting down both ways of New Hampshire Avenue in Toms River between Church and Silverton Roads, according to Jane Kunka, spokesperson for Suez North America, formerly known at United Water.