So as it turns out Santa's doctor has told him to get more active. It's true! He gets in his 10 thousand steps everyday now and he is always keeping it moving. For example, this year Santa is doing less lap-sitting and more ice skating!
The good news: he's okay! He was hoping to bring some early holiday cheer when his engine failed and he crash landed into a neighborhood's power lines.
Source: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuwB-uf5Zjc">YouTube</a>
It's the largest Christmas display we've ever seen, and when the couple was asked about how much it cost they responded with, "It's not about that... we really could care less how much it is. Just to see kids come here and see a smile on their face, especially now, it's great...
A six-year-old Toms River girl did something pretty awesome for the holidays.
If the name Faith Calvo sounds familiar, it might be because you heard me talk about her during the Ocean of Love Billboard Radiothon.
Faith is a Cancer survivor who has been on the ladder with me when I have gone up on the billboard on the very first day of the Radiothon, and she has also been there for me as I come dow
On Sunday, December 1st and 15th, bring your pets to Petco on Hooper Ave in Toms River between 12 p.m and 4 p.m
The photo above is when Winston was just a few months old getting his picture taken with Santa
A class of Toms River East High School students are bringing the magic of the Christmas season to a class of first graders at Cedar Hill Elementary School in Montville as part of an annual writing project.