Technology benefiting shore-area Dentists and Patients
Advances in digital dentistry are benefiting doctors at more than 100 practices in Ocean and Monmouth Counties and patients who need to be fitted for crowns and bridges.
Final approval of Toms River budget hinges on state aid
Toms River is expected to receive an answer in the next two to three weeks on whether it will receive all, a portion, or none of the $8 million in state funding its requesting to reduce a 6.5 cent tax increase in the proposed $123,853,514 municipal budget.
Warning issued about Clinging jellyfish after Middletown man stung
The Monmouth Beach Office of Emergency Management has issued an alert to swimmers about three more clinging jellyfish being found in the Shrewsbury River.
South Toms River nurse wants to volunteer in Haiti
James Warner is a registered nurse who also happens to teach math at Linden High School, where students have inspired him to want to travel to the impoverished country of Haiti this winter.
Ocean County slips to 12th in NJ Kids Count Rankings
Ocean County slipped one spot to 12th overall in the state's 2016 Kids Count rankings, which measure progress in improving the lives of children in 13 critical areas.
Preventing two-wheeled tragedies at the Jersey Shore this summer
Bicycling is popular way of getting around many Jersey Shore communities during the summer months, when more accidents are likely to happen, but there are precautions drivers and riders can take to avoid becoming a statistic.
8th Annual Lighthouse International Film Festival takes place this Friday through Sunday
Movie buffs are gearing up for the 8th Annual International Film Festival on Long Beach Island, featuring nearly 100 screenings this Friday through Sunday.
Do you recognize this duo?
Brick police are asking the public's help in identifying two people accused of shoplifting more than $1,200 in Canon printer ink from the Staples Store in the Township on May 27, 2016.
Voting information in Ocean County for NJ Primary Elections
Ocean County voters who can't make it to the polls next Tuesday for the New Jersey Primary Election, can submit mail-in ballots.
Update: Structure fire in downtown Toms River
Firefighters are battling an early morning blaze at 236 Washington Street in downtown Toms River, a building that includes Childers, Southeby's International Realty, Oliver & Co, and Hometown Heroes.