Members of the group "ReClam the Bay" introduced about 3 million tiny oyster larvae into the waters off of Cattus Island County Park on Tuesday, June 23, 2014, as part of an ongoing effort to help keep the bay clean
A woman's screams prevented a near child-luring in Toms River, say township police. The same woman - the youngster's aunt - gave police a description of the suspect, and they're now looking to question him.
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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