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Kelley-Oliveira-Stanton Police Memorial VFW Post will host a Gubernatorial Candidate Townhall at the Clarion Hotel & Conference Center

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Toms River NJ, on Saturday October 2ⁿᵈ – at 6:30 PM – the Kelley-Oliveira-Stanton Police Memorial VFW Post will host a Gubernatorial Candidate Townhall at the Clarion Hotel & Conference Center located at 815 Route 35 Toms River N.J.

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NJ State Police Charge Man with Vehicular Homicide in Fatal Boating Crash in Toms River

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Toms River NJ,  Colonel Patrick J. Callahan and Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer announced today that Juan A. Fernandez II, 18, of Towaco, N.J., has been charged with vehicular homicide as a result of a boating crash in Toms River that killed Corey T. Molinari, 19, of Whippany, N.J. and injured 4 others.

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Germbuster System offers Preventative monthly two-step Process Amidst Second Covid19 Wave

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Redbank  NJ, Bedside nurses are not the only RNs keeping us safe from the COVID19 pandemic. Gina Dehmer, RN, BSN, an Environmental Health Nurse focused on Infection Control, along with her business partner and environmental contractor and consultant Gary Syzmanski, has created a suite of preventative services for all indoor environments, commercial and residential, to protect those inside from a host of germs—including COVID19.

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Jersey Shore community says that paying seasonal workers $15 per hour as minimum wage will hurt the town and drive up prices

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Toms River  NJ, News 12 New Jersey is reporting that the mayor of a Jersey Shore community says that paying seasonal workers $15 per hour as minimum wage will hurt the town and drive up prices.While New Jersey’s economically challenged Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation earlier this year to increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour over the course of the next five years. The governor has said that a higher minimum wage will strengthen the middle class and give security to working families. The reality is middle class families try to send their kids to collage or  trade school  so they don’t have to work for minimum wage . The minimum wage is for starter jobs and part time jobs raising the bar eliminates those jobs , skills and work ethic that go along with them .

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Todd Frazier on Little League glory, Yankees love and Frank Sinatra

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By Steve Serby

July 30, 2017 | 12:48am

New Jersey native Todd Frazier, recently acquired by the Yankees in a trade with the White Sox, takes a swing at some Q&A with Post columnist Steve Serby.

Q: What are your favorite Toms River memories growing up?
A: Oooh man. … We won the national junior peewee Pop Warner championship when I was 8. I won the Punt, Pass and Kick when I was 9. When baseball comes around, it’s crazy. I remember having 2,000 people at our Little League games at 12 years old when we played against the rival Toms River … going to the high school football games which were unbelievable, to scoring 1,000 points. I remember when I scored 1,000 points, both my brothers did the same things, in basketball. Just the friendships I made, and just the love I have for that city.

Q: Why is Toms River so special?
A: I don’t know, man, it’s crazy. It’s a who-knows-who there, to be honest with you. You go to a regular grocery store, everybody’s asking about you, “You’re doing a great job,” this and that. Everybody takes pride in what they do, and especially when it comes to baseball. We run camps all the time in the offseason. We try and give back, me and my brothers, as much as we can, so we can have, hopefully a couple of more Todd Fraziers coming up (smile). It’s just a fun town. It’s a town filled with excitement every day, and sports plays a big role there,

https://nypost.com/2017/07/30/todd-frazier-on-little-league-glory-yankees-love-and-frank-sinatra/