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Ocean County Hunger Relief may be forced to move or close doors after sale of Toms River building

The building occupied by Ocean County Hunger Relief

The building occupied by Ocean County Hunger Relief has been sold to a kitchen cabinet maker. (April 21, 2014 6:32 PM)

An Ocean County thrift store that supports local food pantries may be losing its Toms River home.

The building occupied by Ocean County Hunger Relief has been sold to a kitchen cabinet maker. The store currently serves 26 county food pantries. 

The organization put in a bid for $900,000 to buy the building, but owner Valley National Bank accepted another offer for $1.1 million....

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