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ON THE GREEN: SCHOOL CLOSINGS

The following schools have announced closings and delayed openings as of 5:50 a.m. Thursday because of the expected snowstorm. 

HOT-TOPIC_03• Brookdale Community College: Delayed opening.

• Fair Haven schools: closed.

• Little Silver schools: closed

• Red Bank borough schools: closed

• Red Bank Catholic/St.James: closed

•  Red Bank Charter School: closed

• Red Bank Regional: closed.

•Rumson borough schools: closed

• Rumson Country Day School: closed.

• Rumson-Fair Haven Regional: closed

• Shrewsbury School: closed

• Tinton Falls school: closed

In addition…

• The Community YMCA in Red Bank is closed.

 

ON THE GREEN: DELAYED SCHOOL OPENINGS

The following schools have announced delayed openings as of 5:45 a.m. Monday because of icy road conditions. 

HOT-TOPIC_03• Brookdale Community College: Delayed openings at all locations.

• Fair Haven schools: 90-minute delayed opening.

• Little Silver schools delayed openings: Point Road School 10 a.m., Markham Place 10:05.

• Red Bank borough schools: two-hour delay.

• Red Bank Catholic/St.James: delayed opening.

•  Red Bank Charter School: delayed opening.

• Red Bank Regional: Two-hour delay.

• Rumson Country Day School: 90-minute delayed opening.

• Rumson-Fair Haven Regional: Period 1 starts 9:15 a.m.

• Shrewsbury School: 10:30 opening, morning preschool cancelled.

• Tinton Falls school: delayed opening.

 

ON THE GREEN: DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS

rb cold 021615A bicyclist takes advantage of the empty sidewalk along Broad Street in Red Bank in the bitter cold Monday morning. A fresh blanket of snow fell overnight into Tuesday morning, with another two inches expected by noon, according to the National Weather Service. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

We’ll update this list of weather-related cancellations from the top as we get them:

• Monmouth County Offices will have a delayed opening of 10:30 a.m.

• Red Bank Regional is closed due to hazardous weather conditions. All after-school athletics and other activities cancelled.

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THREE MIDDLETOWN BRIDGES SWAMPED

shadow-lakeRushing water from Shadow Lake left a gaping hole in Hubbard Avenue, above. Below, a truck fords flooding at the Poricy Pond culvert on Navesink River Road, site of a 2010 washout. (Click to enlarge)

By JOHN T. WARD

nav-riv-rd-2Three Middletown bridges were overrun by floodwaters in Sunday’s storm, knocking at least two of them out of commission for the foreseeable future.

One of the three was the Navesink River Road culvert at Poricy Pond. This is the same culvert that Monmouth County had to close for rebuilding in 2010 after rushing storm flows undermined the roadway.

Its current condition wasn’t immediately known, but Middletown police have closed the bridge as impassable. In addition, there’s a fallen tree leaning on wires at that site.

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