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Ortley Roads & Drainage projects PDF Print E-mail

TOMS RIVER TOWNSHIP- Phases 2 & 3 of the Ortley Roads & Drainage projects will start on or about July 14, 2014 and will take about four months. This project will address the remaining 75% of Ortley’s roads.

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People’s Pantry Has Moved Location PDF Print E-mail

The People’s Pantry Relief Center has moved from its current location on Fischer Blvd. to a smaller unit in the same shopping plaza.

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Students Raise Money to Help Rebuild Boardwalk PDF Print E-mail

Kayla Smith, a Peapack, NJ resident and a junior at Drew University, never forgot her fun-filled summers at Ortley Beach, where her grandmother lives. Over the years, she has made many friends, including local resident Brandon Camacho, a Toms River High School East graduate.

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Hurricane Preparedness PDF Print E-mail

TOMS RIVER TOWNSHIP- With Hurricane season once again upon us, the Toms River Office of Emergency Management cannot stress enough that all residents and visitors need to be prepared.

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Mayor Kelaher Receives Honorary Doctorate Degree from GCU PDF Print E-mail

Toms River Mayor Thomas F. Kelaher received a Doctor of Public Service Honorary Degree at Georgian Court University’s 2014 commencement ceremony for graduate students on May 21, 2014.

Georgian Court University President, Sister Rosemary Jeffries, bestowed the honorary doctorate upon Mayor Kelaher and noted his decades-long track record as a Marine, Ocean County Prosecutor, and as an active member of various hospital, health and community boards. The degree was presented to Kelaher by long-time friend and retired New Jersey Superior Court Judge Eugene Serpentelli.

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Toms River Police K-9's to receive protective vests PDF Print E-mail

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Toms River Receives $185,000 Clean Communities Grant PDF Print E-mail

The NJ Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) recently awarded more than $17 million in Clean Communities grants to help municipalities and counties fund litter cleanup projects that will help beautify New Jersey’s communities and roadsides. With a $185,242 grant, Toms River received the third highest municipal award, behind Newark (Essex County) with $355,479 and Jersey City (Hudson County) with $328,191.

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