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Nicholas Creamery opens 5th ice cream spot in Monmouth County, NJ

in Toms River News

It’s been called bougie. It’s been called exotic because of its challenging flavors offered. It’s Nicholas Creamery, an ice cream joint that prides itself on making everything from scratch, right there.

They’ve only been around since 2018 and there are four locations in Monmouth County. Those are Atlantic Highlands, Tinton Falls, Long Branch and Fair Haven.

Starting Friday, May 26 there’s going to be a fifth. And is there a better way to kick off a Memorial Day weekend than a new ice cream joint that specializes in small-batch and seasonal flavors?

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These are the must go to Jersey Shore bars for good times and vibes in NJ

in Toms River News

The Jersey Shore is home to all kinds of places for fun, great times, great beer and great memories being made on any given day or night.

How do you rank your favorite or go-to bar? Is it the variety of drinks, the room, the music playing or sports on TV?

Is it the service or location?

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Summer Beach, Pool Workers Sought In Toms River

in Toms River News

TOMS RIVER, NJ — The Toms River Recreation Department is hiring workers for the beach and the township pool for the summer of 2023.

The minimum age for someone to apply is 15 years old.

The recreation department is looking to hire:

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Students earn industry certifications

in Toms River News

WILLIAMSPORT — Nearly 50 Pennsylvania College of Technology students earned industry certifications related to engineering design in 2022-2023, including five students who obtained multiple credentials.

All the certifications are the result of passing exams focused on SolidWorks, a prominent computer-aided design and engineering program used in manufacturing industries worldwide.

“We believe strongly that software certifications set our students apart from the competition,” said Craig A. Miller, instructor and department head of engineering & industrial design technology. “Our students’ dedication to not only learning the design software that we teach but also mastering the techniques required to pass industry-recognized exams speaks volumes to the employers who are seeking students with these skills.”

Developer reduces size of downtown Toms River apartments from 10 to 6 stories

in Toms River News

TOMS RIVER — Capodagli Property Co. plans to revise plans for two apartment towers in downtown Toms River, reducing the size of the buildings from 10 to six stories, Mayor Maurice B. “Mo” Hill Jr. said.

“They have been getting a lot of negative feedback,” Hill said of the developer’s reasons for reducing the size of the project. The towers will still contain 285 apartments, the mayor said.

The project would be located at the corner of Water and Main streets, at the former site of the Red Carpet Inn.

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Not Just Where, But Why To Watch The 2023 Preakness Stakes In New Jersey

in Toms River Events

The Kentucky Derby is behind us, and the next leg of the Triple Crown of thoroughbred racing takes place on Saturday at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.

If you’ve had your fill of horse racing excitement for the year and plan to skip the Preakness Stakes, you could be missing out on history in the making.

As often happens with the iconic contest known as the Kentucky Derby, this year a story emerged. An underdog story perhaps. Derby winner Mage defied the odds – and most predictions – to win the Run for the Roses by a length over the much more favored Two Phil’s. Mage is now on a road that could lead him to earning the most prestigious title in racing.’

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Schedule of Free Movies for Families this Summer in Toms River, NJ

in Toms River News

I love this when Marquee Cinemas do this for families, especially in the summer.

It can get expensive and kids always want to be running here and there and it’s not cheap. I love when Marquee does this in the summertime for parents and families.

Marquee Cinemas just released the summer schedule for free movies and there are many great ones the kids will love to see, for free. Marquee Cinemas Orchard 10 at 1311 Rt. 37 W. in Toms River.

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Top Student Entrepreneurs Win $16,000 in seed funding in the 2023 Pirates Pitch Startup Competition

in Toms River News

Seton Hall University staged in its own version of Shark Tank on Wednesday, April 12 when student entrepreneurs presented their business concepts or existing ventures to a judging panel at the 2023 Pirates Pitch Startup Competition – the first in-person contest in three years. Sponsored by the Stillman School of Business’ Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), the contest awarded more than $16,000 in investment seed funding to the winning teams. Entrepreneurship students Peter Colon, Jerry Ford, Gabrielle Roberts, and Kyara Syed served as Master of Ceremonies at the event held in University Center Theater.

Proud of the entrepreneur student teams, Stillman School Dean Joyce Strawser stated, “It truly was a pleasure to watch these talented students pitch their startup ideas. The quality of the concepts and the pitches seems to increase each year, with ideas that address a wide spectrum of needs and preferences. I look forward to seeing how these nascent startups and concepts evolve in future years!”

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This Jackson, NJ Pizza Shop Just Won Best in the State

in Toms River News

We take our pizza very seriously here in New Jersey, so when the Best Pizza in New Jersey is named by Reader’s Digest, you should really pay attention.

Looks like I’ll be taking a road trip to Jackson Township soon…it’s Brooklyn Square Pizza. It’s located at 265 South New Prospect Road. There are two other locations in Manalapan and Toms River.

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Students Bring Moms to Tears with Their Own PEOPLE Covers and Essays for Mother’s Day

in Toms River Events/Toms River News

This 4th grade class from New Jersey thinks their moms deserve to be recognized by PEOPLE — and we do, too!

All 24 of Katie O’Hara’s students at Hooper Avenue Elementary School in Toms River, N.J., celebrated their moms on Friday in honor of Mother’s Day.

Each of the students’ mothers attended a special Mother’s Day Tea Party at the school, where their kids surprised them with special essays they wrote about why their mother deserves to be featured in PEOPLE and their own, hand-drawn cover.

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