Superstorm Sandy 9 Years Later: Jersey Shore Residents Say Risk Is Worth Reward, Nothing Could Chase Them AwayThe 100-year storm cost New Jersey more than $30 billion.
Nearly 900 Students In Toms River In COVD Quarantine Following District-Wide OutbreakThat means one in 14 students in Toms River have either had COVID or been impacted by the virus since the start of the school year.
Construction Nears Completion On Toms River Field Of Dreams Playground For Children Who Use WheelchairsThe complex will also include individualized games and a pavilion with plenty of room for outdoor therapy.
Erosion Causing Headaches At Ortley Beach In Toms River, N.J.The Memorial Day weekend storms in New Jersey were a beach bummer for the start of summer.
Thousands Of JCP&L Customers Lose Power In Ocean CountyService was restored to the majority of customers around 8 p.m. Tuesday.
New Jersey Food Pantries Predict Need For Donations Will Continue To Be Extremely High In 2021Food pantries across the Tri-State Area saw the need grow exponentially as the coronavirus pandemic hit families in different ways.
Boaters Hold Parade For Police, Veterans At Jersey ShoreThe parade started at Barnegat Bay at the mouth of Toms River.
SEE IT: Waterspout Near Ortley Beach In New JerseyA Twitter user posted video of a waterspout off the shore of Ortley Beach in Toms River, NJ on Friday morning.
NJ Township Enforcing Curfew After Complaints About Disorderly Behavior By Large Groups Of JuvenilesThose 17 years old and younger must be accompanied by a legal guardian from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Property Damage Reported After Rough Weather In New JerseyFast-moving, strong storms swept through parts of the tri-state area Wednesday afternoon. The winds were fierce at the Jersey Shore, causing some damage.
Toms River Cleaning Up After Microburst Destroys Homes, Downs TreesBlock after block, there are downed trees and destroyed houses.
Toms River Police Say Tornado Possibly Touched Down During Fast-Moving StormThe sight of a funnel cloud forming forced homeowners to worry about something other than coronavirus for the first time in weeks.
Coronavirus Update: Toms River Police Support Local Residents And Businesses With Pizza GiveawayStarting today, six pizzerias will provide 50 large pizzas to feed 300 families.
Authorities: N.J. Woman Killed Man Using A Tape Dispenser, Shower RodAccording to authorities, 56-year-old Mary Carbone lived with Frank Stochel and allegedly used "several household items" to kill him, including the tape dispenser and shower rod.
N.J. Dept. Of Environmental Protection Working To Trap Turkeys Running Wild In Toms RiverWorkers will lure them using trails of corn and then capture them using a drop net.