Toms River beachfront homeowners who oppose access to their land by the Army Corps of Engineers to build protective dunes stand a step closer to losing pieces of their land through the eminent domain process.
An Idaho-based temporary staffing service that set up shop in New Jersey after Superstorm Sandy, neglected to register with New Jersey's Division of Community Affairs and owed back pay to 13 storm-cleanup hirees agrees to pay $27,800 to the state to settle claims against it ...
Toms River, for many the epicenter not just of Superstorm Sandy but of all its ramifications, has rebounded considerably in a year, says Mayor Tom Kelaher. But many obstacles remain and it's likely to change the township's appearance, priorities and even its population.
One of the Jersey Shore's most beleaguered boroughs gets a boost in rebuilding from scores of volunteers...none of whom are in the restoration business, but all of whom share the can-do spirit that has brought the beaches back from Superstorm Sandy.