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Update – Downtown Park Makes Quick Progress

Just last week we told you about the new park that we can look forward to in downtown Toms River. If you've passed the area in the last few days, you'll notice that progress is being made pretty quickly.

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Photo by Justin Louis
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New Park In Downtown Toms River Is Taking Shape

Most of us remember the devastating fire that tore through half a block of businesses in downtown Toms River in the Spring of last year. The buildings were beyond repair, and were torn down only a few months later. Since then, downtown denizens have had to pass an empty patch of dirt every day. Well, that will soon be changing. 

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Photo by Justin Louis
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Huddy Park Is Getting A Makeover

One of the most historic sites in Ocean County is getting a makeover - Huddy Park in Toms River will be undergoing a million dollar facelift.

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Photo by Justin Louis
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Work Continues in Fire Damaged Toms River Downtown

Last week we shared with you a video of the demolition work that was being done on the fire damaged buildings on Robbins Street in downtown Toms River. If you've been in the area this week, you've probably noticed the new gaping hole at the corner of Robbins Street and Washington Street.

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Watch – Fire Damaged Toms River Building Demolished Today [Video]

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:

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photo by Dianne DeOliveira, Townsquare Media
photo by Dianne DeOliveira, Townsquare Media
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Toms River Firefighters Remember 9/11 Victims

Thirteen years later, Toms River Fire Company Number One paid homage to fellow first responders and civilians killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks during an Anniversary Remembrance downtown, at the corner of Washington and Robbin's Streets. 

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Downtown Toms River Fire Ruled Accidental

Failed electrical equipment is likely what caused Thursday's fire in downtown Toms River that damaged several buildings at the intersection of Robbins and Washington Streets, according to fire officials.

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Downtown Toms River Businesses are Recovering

After last week's devastating fire on Washington and Robbins Streets in downtown Toms River, some businesses are recovering and operating already.

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