The Toms River Township Council this week approved a resolution to allow an age-restricted, senior citizen complex to be built on municipal-owned land at the intersection of Massachusetts and Cox Crow Road, as part of its state-mandated affordable housing plan.
Ocean County Hunger Relief has been spending thousands of dollars to provide furniture, household items, toiletries and food to more than 40 homeless people, according to Carol Latif, Executive Director of the Toms River non-profit agency.
"They Are Not Forgotten" is the theme of an upcoming Sandy Benefit Concert being organized by the Toms River-based non-profit organization Jersey Shore United for families still recovering from the storm.
Two pedestrian crossings in the middle of Hooper Avenue in downtown Toms River installed a decade ago to improve safety, recently were removed after concerns about their effectiveness, according to Ocean County officials.
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