One Year After Terrorist Attack, Runners Come Out for Seaside Heights Semper 5K

SEASIDE HEIGHTS — Heightened security and a record number of runners marked the Seaside Semper Five charity race Saturday, one year after a pipe bomb exploded in a garbage can just as the annual competition was set to begin. Law enforcement officers from local, state and federal agencies, including SWAT officers, were scattered at the start/finish…

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