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Local Resident Scammed Out of Nearly $100,000 via Email

A local resident is out nearly $100,000 after being scammed by a phishing email, TLS has learned. Read more ›

PHOTOS: LPD Patrol Vehicle Struck in Lakewood; No injuries

The accident happened on Prospect Street. (TLS-79/TLS-69) Read more ›

Touro University Graduate School of Social Work Launches New Hybrid Program

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Touro University Graduate School of Social Work is offering a hybrid program that brings live synchronous learning  to students via zoom and requires attendance on-campus  only four times per semester, beginning this fall. Future mental health professionals now have the option of studying for their Masters in Social Work while working full or part time or attending to family responsibilities. Read more ›

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Bill to Raise Age Limit to Buy Shotguns & Rifles in N.J. Clears Assembly

A bill to raise the minimum age to buy rifles and shotguns in New Jersey to 21 sponsored by Assembly members Roy Freiman, Annette Chaparro and Sadaf Jaffer was approved by the full Assembly on Wednesday 49-28-0. Read more ›

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Pedestrian hospitalized after being struck by vehicle in Lakewood [PHOTOS]

The accident occurred on Rt. 88. Injuries are not life-threatening. (TLS-95) Read more ›

Agudath Israel Applauds Unilever for Ending Ben & Jerry’s Participation in Antisemitic BDS Movement

Agudath Israel applauds Unilever’s announcement today that it has sold its Ben & Jerry’s business interests to its Israeli licensee to end Ben & Jerry’s antisemitic BDS practices there. Read more ›

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Chesed of Lakewood: desperate need for Hypoallergenic formula

Update on formula shortage by Chesed of Lakewood Formula Gemach Coordiantor: Read more ›

As a Result of ‘Ask The Mayor’ Column, Lakewood DPW to Extend ‘Hill” Hours for Later Bulk Trash Drop-offs

As a result of an ‘Ask The Mayor’ question here on TLS, the Lakewood Department of Public Works will be extending the hours of the ‘Hill’, to allow for later bulk trash drop-offs. Read more ›

“Operation Checkmate” Defendant Pleads Guilty To Possession Of Cocaine With Intent To Distribute

Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer announced that on June 23, 2022, Andrew Contaldi, 47, Read more ›

VIDEO: Rav Simcha Bunim Cohen Celebrates Siyum with Minyan Shelanu Boys

The Rav gave them words of Chizuk before dancing with them and their friends. Read more ›

New Malware Remotely Accesses Offices and Homes | Ron Benvenisti

A newly discovered remote access trojan horse malware is compromising small office and home routers as part of targeting North American as well as European networks.

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UPDATE: Final Arguments Scheduled for Rabbi Eisemann Case

A date has been set for the final arguments on the motion for a new trial for SCHI founder Rabbi Osher Eisemann, TLS has learned. Read more ›

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EPI Continues to Offer Interest Free Loans to Businesses

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As many of you already know, this year has been especially tough on businesses.

With inflation rising and uncertainty looming around the corner, every day businesses all around the country are finding themselves in a financial dilemma. Read more ›

Letter: It’s been over a month since the USPS lost my passport, and I’m still completely in the dark

On May 24, I mailed a USPS priority envelope from Lakewood containing my current passport and renewal documents. Read more ›

Notices from the Lakewood Board of Education

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Lakewood Mayor Ray Coles responds to your ‘Ask The Mayor’ questions: Pedestrian Walk/Don’t Walk Signal

The following is an ‘Ask The Mayor’ question submitted to TLS, and the Mayor’s response. Email your questions for the Mayor to Read more ›

New Jersey State Fire Marshal Warns of Fireworks Dangers

New Jersey Division of Fire Safety Director and State Fire Marshal Richard Mikutsky today issued fireworks safety tips, including the safe use of ground-based sparkling devices and novelties, in advance of the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.

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Did Your Company Have W-2 Employees During 2020 Or 2021? Receive A Refund Up To $26,000 Per Employee!

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Did Your Company Have W-2 Employees During 2020 Or 2021? Receive A Refund Up To $26,000 Per Employee!

Have you heard of the Employee Retention Credit? It was a credit designed by Congress to help businesses that retained their employees during the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more ›

VIDEO: Jackson Mayor Recognizes Hatzolah CJ, Introduces Ordinance to Provide them with Incentives

 Jackson Mayor Mike Reina this evening recognized Hatzolah of Central Jersey for their service to Jackson, noting how they have already responded to over 800 calls in the Township in the past 12 months. Read more ›

Thousands Attend Wedding for the son of Haga’on Rav Sholom Ber Sorotzkin, Rosh Yeshiva of Ateres Shlomo kollel and Yeshiva network


Thursday evening, the wedding was held in Bnei Beak for the son of Rav Sholom Ber Sorotzkin shlita. Read more ›