Toms River Police and the United States Postal Inspection Service are asking residents to remain cautious and vigilant as they investigate complaints of "fraudulent mail holds" that are being placed on addresses in the area.
Toms River Police and postal authorities are investigating several cases of mail being stolen from the blue U.S. Postal Service curbside collection mailboxes, including those at the Post Office on Water Street.
Most of us in Ocean County commute by toll road almost every single day. While we usually don't think twice about it, when a friend of mine got a letter in the mail accusing him of a toll violation, he immediately questioned the letter. And it's a good thing too, because it looks like it m…
I tackled a big project recently - I cleaned up my spare room, which had become my de facto storage room. I accomplished a lot, but was left with hundreds of pieces of old mail that I'm not comfortable throwing in the trash or recycling.
I bought my first home about two months ago. In that amount of time, I've been amazed at how many pieces of mail that I've gotten that look legitimate, but upon further inspection are just sneaky ways to part me with my money.