Detours up hours after The fire at 236 Hooper Avenue are a grim reminder of the loss of a historic home.
Investigators search for the source and origin of the blaze at the historic home formerly owned by Captain Amos Birdsall in the late 1800's.
Nearly two years after Sandy, the Toms River charity Hometown Heroes, will host the premiere of the documentary "Heart of the Shore: Defying a Superstorm," on Saturday, October 11, on the beach in Seaside Park.
Following this past spring's devastating fire on Robbins Street in downtown Toms River, a number of businesses have been shuttered and deemed unsafe to occupy. Work has continued since then, and took a new step today with heavy demolition of some of the structures. Watch our video below:
An organization that has helped Sandy victims and people in crisis situations for over five years, now finds themselves in a crisis. Hometown Heroes was one of the tenants of the building that went up in flames at 27 Washington Street in downtown Toms River overnight...
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