The suspect believed to be involved in a number of Toms River residential burglaries is taken into custody Sunday night after police followed a report about a suspicious vehicle parked on Silverton Road.
Lacey Township officials are in the beginning stages of preparing for an economic future without the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant. Deputy Mayor Dave Most, a longtime Oyster Creek worker, says he believes it’s an opportunity for Lacey Township to get in on the cutting edge of the energy generation future.
As the election season heats up so do questions to shore area Washington Representative Jon Runyan. On WOBM’S ask the Congressman Wednesday night Runyan didn’t back down on issues addressing abortion rights, Medicare and offshore oil drilling. We even know who he’s rooting for on the presidential primary campaign trail.
Downtown Toms River launches a new Toms River BID gift card program this week in hopes of keeping spending local. Executive Director Jody Alessandrine says the cards work like mall cards and are redeemable only at the participating downtown Toms River Businesses.
The tiny borough of Ocean Gate made history when it became the first community in New Jersey to install the first municipally owned and operated wind turbine. Now the borough is about to double its success by installing a second wind turbine on the grounds of its water treatment plant.
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