Storm-Related Closings for Weekend Snow Storm

Closings and cancellations reported for Monmouth, Ocean and Atlantic counties

Here is a list of closings and cancellations for the Shore area. Please add to the comments below if you have a closing to announce.

- In Brick, because of the inclement weather, all district sports and activities are cancelled all day Saturday.

- Toms River Regional Schools is cancelling all activities, rentals and sporting events for Saturday.

- In Toms River, two exceptions are being made in the school district: The Magic 101 Women’s Expo at the Pine Belt Arena, and both the 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. performances of the High School East play, “In the Heights,” are not cancelled and will go on as scheduled on Saturday.

- In Point Boro, all weekend sports activities are canceled.

- Ocean County College’s Main Campus in Toms River, the Southern Education Center in Manahawkin, and all off-campus locations are closed Saturday. The Main Campus will reopen on Saturday at 6 p.m. to prepare for the evening’s performance of Exit 82’s “Broadway for the Beach, A Sandy Benefit.”  Exit 82 will perform at 8 p.m. in the Arts & Community Center Theatre.

- All GEHRHSD Schools and Events for Saturday, and Sunday have been cancelled or postponed. All GEHRHSD School Buildings are CLOSED until Monday morning. 

- The Ocean County Library System had a delayed opening at 11 a.m. on Saturday due to inclement weather.

- The St. Rose High School Boys Hockey game vs. Rumson-Fair Haven scheduled for Friday evening has been postponed.

- NJ TRANSIT announced a system-wide cross-honoring for buses and trains all day Saturday though service has been restored.

- Monmouth University has cancelled classes all day Saturday. Residence halls and the Magill Commons dining hall will remain open through the weekend.  The campus will close all day Saturday except for designated employees.

- The Monmouth County Library Saturday book sale is postponed due to the storm.

Project Bluebeam February 09, 2013 at 11:53 PM
I'm sure humans caused this too: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/Maps/10/165_-10_eqs.php
trishmontenegro February 10, 2013 at 12:50 AM
I too remember that, but the problem is,people sued the school systems when children fell. .For school buses, they cant travel for the same reason.. Its a shame things are the way they are,but we live in a world where people sue for anything and everything..We have to ask ourselves: If the school system said it was ok for my child walk to school, fell on their way to school, on school property................Would I suee the school? Some would, but the insurgence company cant take the chance and neither can our board of Ed..The days of fun slipping, slideing and catching snow flakes on our way to school are gone.
Rick February 10, 2013 at 02:11 AM
Would that be anything like a waste of time?
Rick February 10, 2013 at 04:35 AM
Not for nothing, but I remember a bunch of major blizzards in the 50s, 60s and on up to the 90s. Many were back to back. Global warming then too?
Jeff in Sa-ra-so-ta! February 10, 2013 at 11:16 AM
The height of human arrogance is displayed in the "global warming", etc. movement.


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