A Toms River 33-year-old working at a car restoration business in Jackson is accused of taking tens of thousands over several years from an antique auto owner for work never actually done. Investigators believe that there might be more than one victim.
Toms River is one of 11 New Jersey towns benefiting from Essential Services Grants. The federal funding, part of the New Jersey Disaster Recovery Action Plan, allows towns to continue providing vital services without hiking property taxes or laying off dozens of workers.
An investment advisor from Wall Township with an office in Toms River is accused of stealing at least $75,000 from clients, and Ocean County investigators think there might be more victims than they currently know.
Staffers at Community Medical Center in Toms River mark an unprecedented level of donations in their annual Healthcare Harvest food drive, amassing 107,046 pounds of nourishment for the needy in Ocean County. That's nearly 55 tons.
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