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Authorities investigating shooting in Lakewood

Authorities are investigating a shooting that occurred in Lakewood, police tell TLS. At approximately 1:00 AM this morning, Police responded to E. 4th St. in Lakewood for the reports of a shooting. Upon arrival, police located a shooting victim, suffering from two gunshot wounds. Police tell TLS two parties were...
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Bear spotted in Toms River and Howell

A bear was spotted last night in Toms River, and today in Howell. Authorities believe it is possibly the same bear spotted yesterday roaming Lakewood. This content, and any other content on TLS, may not be republished or reproduced without prior permission from TLS. Copying or reproducing our content is both against the law and against Halacha. To inquire about using our content, including videos or photos, email us at

PHOTOS: Driver hospitalized after vehicle overturns in Lakewood

A driver was hospitalized after his vehicle overturned in Lakewood early this morning, TLS has learned. At approximately 2:00 AM, emergency personnel responded to a crash on Lanes Mill Road just south of Alamitos Drive involving one vehicle and one occupant. The driver, Ismael Quinones Jr. 26, of Beachwood, was...

We love our NJ police, but be very careful about this phone call (Opinion)

Something has been happening lately about which I want to post a warning. Three times in the past two weeks I’ve received the same call from an 848 area code. That’s an overlay code for the 732 and covers places like Toms River, Lakewood, New Brunswick and other towns. So I’m not certain where this is exactly coming from. Heck, with spoofing technology it could be Reno, Nevada, for all I know.

West Windsor police blotter

Six pairs of Versace designer sunglasses, valued at a combined $1,768, were reported stolen from the LensCrafters store on Route 1 on June 2. A Croydon, Pa., man was charged with driving while intoxicated after he was involved in a three-car crash on Old Trenton Road May 5. Although he was not at fault in the crash, he was determined to be allegedly intoxicated. He was processed and released.

That Old House: A Guided Tour of the Historic Village

Fallsington is a truly special place! Many of us grew up in or near the village and may not realize just how much wonderful history we have here. Join us as renowned historian and author Jeffrey L. Marshall serves as our guide through Fallsington. He will lead us on a walk pointing out the architectural details of Fallsington’s exceptional historic buildings and teach us about clues that can help to determine the age of a building.

Little League Softball: Florence back in mix at D12 Tournament

Florence Little League is back in the District 12 Softball Tournament and hoping to make an immediate impact. To do that, Florence is looking to its versatility as a strength. “We have some pretty good depth at pitcher and we have some girls who can play multiple positions,” coach Scott Schuler said. “We can move some things around when we have to make substitutions. We have some older girls, too, so we have that depth and experience.”

SEPTA Drivers Train In Bensalem For Shot At International Bus Roadeo In Minneapolis

BENSALEM, Pa. (CBS) — SEPTA drivers were in Bensalem, Bucks County on Saturday to put their skills to the test. It is all part of the SEPTA Bus and Maintenance Roadeo. The drivers navigated obstacle courses for the right to represent SEPTA on public transit’s biggest stage. The winner moves on to the International Bus Roadeo in Minneapolis in April 2023. Family, friends and other SEPTA employees were there to cheer the drivers on.

Letters to the Editor for June 26

Joe Biden wants to fix the economy by fixing the supply chain problems his policies on energy and government-backed subsidies for renewables had a hand in exacerbating. The administration favors pumping money into the economy. It allowed China to threaten Taiwan and, by extension, openly threaten markets. Not to mention that the progressives' love of a global economy has made the world effectively dependent on a single Taiwanese manufacturer and its foundries to produce all-important semiconductors.

Little League Softball: Robbinsville ready to defend D12 title

Nobody has dominated District 12 Softball quite like Robbinsville Little League. Fresh off yet another Little League World Series appearance, Robbinsville is set to begin its quest for a return trip to Greenville, N.C., when the District 12 Tournament gets underway on Monday night. R’ville won the LLWS in 2014...