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Toms River Police accepting applications for youth Cadet program
The Toms River Police Public Safety Cadet Unit #137 is currently accepting applications for their program seeking youth ages 14-20 years old.
Second report of shots fired in Toms River this week under investigation
Toms River Police and the Ocean County Prosecutors Office is simultaneously investigating two reported incidents of shots fired after another incident occurred on Tuesday night along Washington Street.
All Dogs Go To K-9 Heaven: Toms River Police K-9 Gunnar passes away
Toms River Police announced the passing of recently retired K-9 Officer Gunnar (badge #9020) on Friday who went unexpectedly but peacefully at home.
Toms River Police catch three men tossing heroin out the window of speeding vehicle
A driver who felt the need for speed caught the eye of a Toms River Police Officer along Route 35 but it was the occupants of the vehicle tossing bricks of heroin out of the car window that really caught his attention.
Lakewood children hold protest over NY summer camps being cancelled
There were upwards of approximately 100 children marching in a protest in Lakewood on Tuesday night demanding that overnight summer camps be open.
Barnegat man charged for speeding in crash that killed his passenger
The Barnegat man behind the wheel in a single car crash that claimed the life of his passenger last month in Stafford Township has now been charged with Aggravated Manslaughter and Strict Liability Vehicular Homicide.
How Allergy Sufferers and Asthmatics can stay healthy during pandemic
It's a tricky spring season for anyone who typically struggles with allergies (which grass and trees are high right now) and those with asthma following a warm winter and a Covid-19 spring to this point.
Lakewood Toy Store with 50 people among Shore gatherings broken up
Several Jersey Shore residents and businesses have been charged for holding large gatherings or violating another of Governor Phil Murphy's executive orders aimed at preventing the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus.
Police investigating whether Lakewood school is still open after pulling over a bus
The wheels on a Lakewood school bus are evidentially still going round and round as police pulled over a bus on Monday afternoon in the township that is reportedly bringing students back and forth to school.
Lakewood man denied cigarettes tells Liquor Store employee he has coronavirus
A Lakewood man who coughed on a Liquor Store employee and said he had coronavirus because the clerk wouldn't sell him a pack of cigarettes will appear in court next month after being given a criminal complaint for disorderly conduct.
Lakewood Police break up large gatherings at two Wedding receptions
The amount of guests at each of the weddings on Tuesday evening was much greater than 50 people.
Little League Baseball Seasons to start no earlier than May 11
Little League International in Pennsylvania are advising all local Little League programs across the U.S. to suspend/delay their season to not start until at least Monday, May 11.