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Pearle Vision Closes, Moe’s Southwest Grille Opening in Middletown

Were you familiar with the Pearle Vision store in the Middletown Plaza, located on Route 35 in Middletown, N.J? Maybe you got your glasses from there? Well the time has come to find a new eyeglass supplier because they recently shut their doors. It’s always sad to see a business go, but when one door closes another opens. Moe’s Southwest Grille will be moving in. […]

Houlihan’s Shuts Down Eatontown Location

Are you familiar with the popular chain restaurant, Houlihan’s? The Eatontown restaurant, which is located at 308 N.J. State Highway-Route 35, Eatontown, NJ 07724 just closed their doors on Valentine’s Day. While this is not a happy ending for Valentine’s Day, the other locations will continue to remain open. The nearest Houlihan’s can be found in Holmdel at 2136 NJ-35, Holmdel, NJ 07733. No details have […]

Middletown’s Rick Lovato is a Big Game Champion

Middletown High Schools South’s very own Rick Lovato is now a Big Game Champion! Lovato is a long snapper for the Philadelphia Eagles who were under dogs in Super Bowl LII. The Eagles won an offensive battle against the Patriots defeating them 41-33. Congratulations to Rick Lovato and the entire Philadelphia Eagles organization!

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Into the Wild: RCDS Students Expand Their Education Experience

Ty Feiler examined the rubber tire resting at the base of the looming wooden pole that stood before him and his classmates. With furrowed brows the team followed Ty’s gaze from the base of the pole to the twelve-foot peak. Their challenge – carefully remove the large ring off of the “sleeping giants finger” without touching “the finger” itself and waking “the giant”. Ty’s eyes […]

Forrestdale Students Experience the Holocaust

The seventh graders at Forrestdale School got an up close and personal look into Holocaust through the district’s ongoing partnership with the Center for Holocaust, Human Rights, and Genocide Education (Chhange) at Brookdale Community College. The students viewed artifacts from 11 local Holocaust survivors. The seventh grade English Language Arts and Social Studies use “The Suitcase Project” to teach the personal life histories of the […]

February at the Oceanic Library

It’s time for hearts and presidents; black history and Chinese New Year. It’s February at the Oceanic Library. The library has planned a full calendar of events and programs for all ages, along with many entertaining ‘Totally Awesome Tuesdays’ for grades K and up. All programs are held at 3:45 p.m. Registration is mandatory. Parents must remain in library. Come on out. On January 20, […]

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