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Ortley Beach (NJ Dept. Environmental Protection)
Ortley Beach (NJ Dept. Environmental Protection)

Beach replenishment sand arrives in Ortley in April; DEP schedule miffs Brick Mayor

The long-awaited $128,000,000 northern Ocean County beach and dune reconstruction begins with sand deposits in Ortley Beach in April, say officials of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). Welcome news in Toms River. But, Brick Township's Mayor is sounding off while repairs there wait until early 2018.

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Toms River motel owner sentenced for Superstorm fund fraud

The owner of the Americana Motel in Toms River heads to prison for three years, for scamming the Federal Emergency Management Agency out of $81,567 in Superstorm Sandy relief.

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Toms River places week’s worth of storm prep on the line

Superstorm Sandy taught them exactly what they needed to know about defenses in Toms River, says Mayor Tom Kelaher. They're readier than ever.

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Rep. Tom MacArthur in his Ocean County District Office (Townsquare Media)
Rep. Tom MacArthur in his Ocean County District Office (Townsquare Media)

MacArthur heads post-Sandy dialog in Toms River

Three years since the Superstorm, where are we now, and where are we going? Leaders of the rebuilding effort and Representative Tom MacArthur (R-3) seek your viewpoints as they examine the questions October 15 at Toms River Town Hall...

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Seaside Heights Beach, 10-1-15 (Andy Chase, Townsquare Media)
Seaside Heights Beach, 10-1-15 (Andy Chase, Townsquare Media)

Ocean County Health Dept. compiles storm resource page

The amount of Hurricane Joaquin prep information hitting you is almost as dense as the raindrops will be if you wind up standing in it. On the Ocean County Health Department web page, you can find a comprehensive guide to resources and tips to safeguard yourself and your loved ones.

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bob jagendorf, flickr

Joaquin Postpones Multiple Weekend Events

This is normally one of the shore's busiest post-summer weekends, but Hurricane Joaquin's uncertain trajectory and intensity has forced reschedulings that promise to turn next weekend into Eventapalooza.

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Dunes on the Toms River oceanfront (Stacy Proebstle)
Dunes on the Toms River oceanfront (Stacy Proebstle)

Toms River officials place all hands on deck for Joaquin

A reinforced beachfront and enhanced rescue capabilities highlight hurricane preparations organized today by officials in Toms River.

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Bay to Beach March and Rally planned in Ortley over Stalled Replenishment Project

Ortley Beach residents are running out of patience as they continue waiting for New Jersey to begin the federal Army Corps of Engineers replenishment project almost three years after Super Storm Sandy. 

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Bayside Park, Ortley Beach (Stacy Proebstle)
Bayside Park, Ortley Beach (Stacy Proebstle)

Bayside Park in Ortley Beach reopens July 18

The next step toward mending Ortley Beach's Superstorm wounds is about to be taken. Bayside Park, decimated in the October 2012 disaster, officially reopens July 18.

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State Gives Toms River $1 million Beach Replenishment Grant

Toms River will be able to better protect itself from future storms while awaiting for the much-delayed Army Corps of Engineers Beach Replenishment project to be completed, thanks to a $1 million grant from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). 

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