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Brick school cracks down on sexting

Wednesday is the first full day of the new, zero-tolerance sexting policy at Brick Township High School.

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Andrew Burton, Getty Images
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POLL: Is there a double standard to two NJ sexting cases?

Here’s a quick question for you:

Should a Bound Brook teacher accused of sexting nude pictures of himself from a school computer receive more than a 120 day suspension without pay; while Brick students sending nude pictures of themselves from their own cellphones be expelled from school and possibly prosecuted?

Students in Brick were warned about the consequences o

Aerial shot of Mantoloking, NJ (John Moore, Getty Images)
Aerial shot of Mantoloking, NJ (John Moore, Getty Images)
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Sandy projects continue, two years later

The start of a steel sheet pilings project for Mantoloking and Brick is one of several coastal endeavors the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has to remediate after Superstorm Sandy.

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Drum Point School Mold Cleaned; Parents Trust Lost [AUDIO]

Even though the mold is gone from Drum Point Elementary in Brick Township, many parents are left with a bad taste in their mouth through the entire process.

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Flickr User Dan Gravell
Flickr User Dan Gravell
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Elementary School Mold Worries Parents in Brick [AUDIO]

Recent concerns about mold at a Brick Township elementary school are causing concerns from parents who fear about their children's health.

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Brick kicker Anthony Starego, 19, who has multi-symptom autism, savored his first game back on Friday night against Toms River South after the NJSIAA granted him an unprecedented fifth year of eligibility earlier in the day. (Photo by Scott Stump).
Brick kicker Anthony Starego, 19, who has multi-symptom autism, savored his first game back on Friday night against Toms River South after the NJSIAA granted him an unprecedented fifth year of eligibility earlier in the day. (Photo by Scott Stump).
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Brick’s Anthony Starego: Back in the Game

Munching on a hot pretzel under the cover of darkness outside the locker room after the cameras surrounding him were put away and lights turned off following Friday night's win over Toms River South, Brick's Anthony Starego managed a wan smile."I'm happy,'' he said. "But I'm tired."

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Anthony Starego (courtesy Bill Normile)
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NJSIAA Reverses Ruling, Grants Eligibility to Brick Kicker with Autism

In a dramatic reversal of a ruling from March, the NJSIAA has declared on Friday that Brick kicker Anthony Starego, who has multi-symptom autism, is immediately eligible to play a fifth season for the Green Dragons this fall, according to a news release by his family.

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Ocean County – Top 10 Activities

Ocean County is located on the Jersey Shore in Central New Jersey. Filled with dozens of shore activities ranging from boating to amusement parks, Ocean County is the place to be for a great time. Listed below are the top 10 activities that are a guaranteed good time

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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New Help Available for NJ Sandy Flood Victims [VIDEO/AUDIO]

There's new help available for New Jersey homeowners who suffered flood damage from Superstorm Sandy.

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Red light camera in Brick (Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media NJ)
Red light camera in Brick (Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Brick Could Lose $500,000 if End Red Light Camera Program Is Done Away With – Shakedown or Safety? [POLL]

Finding out that the cameras at a couple of intersections in Brick bring in a boatload of money should give anyone pause to reflect the real reason they’re there.

M-O-N-E-Y!!!

Of course there’s denial on the part of the mayor, who says he’s not concerned with the potential loss of the program.

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