Manufacturing businesses in Ocean and Monmouth Counties will get a chance to discuss their employment needs and the training they require at a summit being hosted by Ocean County College in Toms River next week.
Destiny's Bridge is now a 501c3 organization after recently being approved by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit organization, according to Minister Steven Brigham, advocate for the former Tent City homeless camp in Lakewood.
Let’s be honest. Winter Storm Juno has been a dud for those of us in Ocean County and much of the Jersey Shore. Predictions of an epic and record-setting blizzard were off the mark as the storm moved east when it raced up the coast.
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.
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