Ocean Township Spartans Ready for Football Season

  By CHRIS CHRISTOPHER Here come the colleges. Ocean Township High School senior running back Tyler Thompson finds his name on the lips of numerous schools. They include West Virginia, Syracuse, Boston College, Pittsburgh and North Carolina State. “They are the main ones,” said Don Klein, the Spartans’ ninth-year coach. “He has had more than […]

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Ocean Township High School Turns 50

  By DON STINE Fifty years ago this month Ocean Township High School opened its doors for the first time to greet about 1,000 students- a move that would change the township school district forever. The opening of the high school in September, 1965 was a turning point for both Ocean Township and Asbury Park- […]

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Village Hires Law Firm to Examine Alternatives to High School Taxes

  By DON STINE Loch Arbour officials have appropriated $40,000 to hire a private law firm to examine alternatives to solve the village’s high school tax rate problem. Mayor Paul Fernicola said that the appropriation is for payment of legal fees over potential litigation pertaining to Loch Arbour’s affiliation with the Ocean Township school district. […]

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Back to School Even Before Labor Day

  Many area students are returning to school before Labor Day weekend where they will be welcomed with new science labs in Ocean Township, a partnering with Google in classroom environments in Neptune and a College and Career Readiness Institute in Asbury Park designed to groom students for post-secondary education. Both Ocean Township and Neptune […]

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City Students Ready to Walk with Style

  The hot weather is approaching and fashion is changing. For those who like to keep up with the newest trends, Asbury Park High School is here to show you the hottest clothing for summer with a fashion show. Dubbed, “A Taste of Summer,” the APHS students are working to make this their best fashion […]

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Neptune Aquatic Center Reopens

  The 32,000 square foot Neptune Aquatic Center located at the high school will its doors first to swim teams on Fri., Nov. 15 and then to the public on Sat., Nov. 16 with a morning celebration from 10 a.m. to noon. The Neptune Aquatic Center has been closed to repair faulty duct work for […]

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