Carmine Inteso, the former Toms River Township Council and Committee member who spent a year as its mayor, can expect to spend six months in a federal prison and six months under house arrest for tax evasion.
After losing one superintendent to a very public corruption scandal and another soon to a health crises, officials of New Jersey's fourth largest school district are hoping to involve residents in the selection of a new superintendent.
Michael Ritacco might be sitting in a prison cell at this very moment, but the wounds caused by corruption scandal by the former Toms River superintendent are still raw for many residents at the township Board of Education meeting.
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