Mathnasium Opens New After-School Math Learning Center in Lacey

first_imgFacebook22Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Mathnasium of OlympiaMathnasium of Olympia is now open for business, offering fun and effective after-school math programs for children in grades K-12.The center, located at 4331-B Lacey Blvd., operates on the core belief that virtually any child can become great at math. The Mathnasium Method™, implemented at more than 400 Mathnasium centers in the U.S. and abroad, is a unique program that provides each child with a customized learning plan and personalized instruction in a way that makes sense to them.  “Mathnasium of Olympia focuses solely on math, so we know how to teach it in a way that really connects with kids. Mathnasium centers across the country have helped struggling students develop into ‘A’ students and ‘A’ students go on to even greater achievements. Children at Mathnasium quickly learn that math can be fun and interesting as well as extraordinarily useful, both in terms of succeeding in school and for the valuable life skills it provides. We are thrilled to be able to bring our Mathnasium Method™ to the parents and children of the Olympia area,” said Jennifer Chevalier, Owner of the Mathnasium of Olympia franchise.For students, the Mathnasium experience begins with a highly detailed assessment of each child’s strengths and weaknesses, which is then used to create a customized learning plan. Personalized instruction from Mathnasium of Olympia’s highly trained and caring instructors assures that each student fully understands key concepts before moving on to the next.Importantly, the Mathnasium Method™ includes a number of approaches to make math fun and interesting. It uses a unique combination of mental, verbal, visual, tactile, and written techniques to help children really understand math and has been developed over more than 40 years of practical experience with thousands of students.Rather than sending children home with additional piles of homework, Mathnasium of Olympia focuses on teaching children what they need to know while they are present at the center.  Unlike many learning centers, students can get help with their school homework at the center and can also use their time to help prepare for important standardized tests.To find out more about Mathnasium of Olympia, please contact Jennifer Chevalier, owner of the Olympia Mathnasium franchise, at (360) 688-9963, or visit http://www.mathnasium.com/olympia.About MathnasiumMathnasium Learning Centers, the nation’s leading math-only learning center franchise, specializes in teaching kids math in a way that makes sense to them. Students go to Mathnasium year-round to catch up, keep up, and get ahead in math. The proprietary Mathnasium Method™ is the result of 40+ years of hands-on instruction and research. Franchising since 2003, Mathnasium has become one of the fastest growing educational franchises, with a new center opening each week. There are more than 400 Mathnasium franchises in the U.S. and abroad. www.mathnasium.comlast_img read more

Historic American Chestnut Trees Acknowledged with Special Monument

first_imgFacebook16Tweet0Pin2 Submitted by Mills & Mills Funeral Home and Memorial Park A special monument will be unveiled at Mills & Mills Memorial Park in honor of two of the largest and oldest living American Chestnut trees in the Unites States. The public dedication ceremony will take place Friday, Feb. 20 at noon and will include Don Trosper, a descendant of the Trosper family, President of the Tumwater Historical Association Corinne Tobeck, and Tumwater Mayor Pete Kmet. Premier Memorial, a leading supplier of cemetery and public memorials graciously donated the new monument.Towering more than 80 feet tall, the two trees were planted by original settlers of Tumwater who brought chestnut seeds from the east coast.  In 1846, Jesse Ferguson planted the two trees on 320 acres he claimed on the Bush Prairie. Today, the trees symbolize the legacy of early Tumwater, one of the first settlements in Washington.“We were so pleased to have the opportunity to collaborate with historians, descendants of original settlers, community members, the mayor’s office and Premier Memorial to recognize the significance and legacy of these American Chestnut Trees,” said Todd Shifflett, General Manager of Mills and Mills Funeral Home and Memorial Park. “It is truly remarkable that they still stand tall and healthy more than a century after being planted,”Mills & Mills Funeral Home and Memorial Park is a proud Dignity Memorial provider in Tumwater. The Dignity Memorial network of more than 2,000 funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers is North America’s most trusted resource for funeral and memorialization services. Dignity Memorial providers offer an unmatched combination of products and locations serving families with care, integrity, respect and service excellence to celebrate a life like no other. For more information, visit www.millsandmillsmemorialpark.com.last_img read more

Watch: How Steve Smith took the art of leaving the ball to a new…

first_imgAdvertisement 4bfk8NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsd5hWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eurv( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) bx8vdWould you ever consider trying this?😱27ydmCan your students do this? 🌚apy5xRoller skating! Powered by Firework Aussie superstar Steve Smith is one of those players who digs in deep and refuses to throw his wicket away no matter how challenging the circumstances are. Smith has been the stand out player for Australia in the ongoing Ashes tour, having already scored centuries in both innings of the first Test. And in the second test, not only did he just frustrate the England bowlers, Smith also entertained the fans with some sumptuous leaves.Advertisement During the third day of the second Ashes Test in Lord’s, Smith came out to bat earlier than expected when Australia had lost both their openers. The Kangaroos were then in deep waters as the score quickly changed from 60/2 to 71/4. With the former Australian skipper hanging on at one end of the crease, the English bowlers, Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer and Stuart Broad hatched a single plan, take the ball away from the him as much as possible. Adding to their misery, the right hander refused to chase those deliveries and went on leaving them. But he left those balls in such a manner that the commentators in the gantry failed to hold back their laughter. His antics were even shared on the official Facebook page of England cricket after stumps. The short clip contains Smith with his hilarious leaves along with a great overlay of sound work.Advertisement Watch the amusing video here:Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

Watch: Andres Iniesta pulls off a stunning half field pass on the full volley!

first_imgSagan Tosu forward Fernando Torres played the farewell match of his career yesterday against fellow J-league side, Andres Iniesta’s Vissel Kobe, and the latter honoured his former Spanish international teammate’s final 90 minutes on field with a goal and a spectacular volley. Soon after scoring from the penalty spot, the former Barcelona legend volleyed a marvellous lofted pass into the Sagan box, which ultimately found the back of the net by Junya Tanaka in the 22th minute. Watch the 35 year old’s incredible piece of work below, courtesy to Goal.com’s official Twitter. Nicknamed ‘El Niño’, Torres joined Tosu in 2018, after a two season returning spell at his boyhood club Atletico Madrid.  The 35 year old four seasons each at Premier League rivals Liverpool and Chelsea, and even won the UEFA Champions League in 2012 with the Blues. Iniesta and Torres both were crucial members of the Spanish international squad that lifted the 2010 FIFA World Cup trophy, beating Netherlands in the final. The Ushies duo Hotaru Yamaguchi and Kyogo Furuhashi both were able to strike braces, as Kobe scored a total of 6 games in the match. Sagan Tosu were satisfied with just a single goal, and that also came in form of a same side by Kobe defender Thomas Vermaelen, another former Nou Camp player.Advertisement d9fkNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs6x9i2Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E6s7( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) z4idWould you ever consider trying this?😱5ok11tCan your students do this? 🌚7gdlqRoller skating! Powered by Firework Sagan Tosu forward Fernando Torres played the farewell match of his career yesterday against fellow J-league side, Andres Iniesta’s Vissel Kobe, and the latter honoured his former Spanish international teammate’s final 90 minutes on field with a goal and a spectacular volley.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Getty ImagesSoon after scoring from the penalty spot, the former Barcelona legend volleyed a marvellous lofted pass into the Sagan box, which ultimately found the back of the net by Junya Tanaka in the 22th minute.Watch the 35 year old’s incredible piece of work below, courtesy to Goal.com’s official Twitter.Advertisement Nicknamed ‘El Niño’, Torres joined Tosu in 2018, after a two season returning spell at his boyhood club Atletico Madrid.The 35 year old four seasons each at Premier League rivals Liverpool and Chelsea, and even won the UEFA Champions League in 2012 with the Blues.Iniesta and Torres both were crucial members of the Spanish international squad that lifted the Euro Cup twice in 2008 and 2012, and also the 2010 FIFA World Cup trophy, beating Netherlands in the final.The Ushies duo Hotaru Yamaguchi and Kyogo Furuhashi both were able to strike braces, as Kobe scored a total of 6 games in the match.Sagan Tosu were satisfied with just a single goal, and that also came in form of a same side by Kobe defender Thomas Vermaelen, another former Nou Camp player. Advertisementlast_img read more

Radamel Falcao’s introductory tweet at Galatasaray becomes his most liked tweet in just 10…

first_imgAdvertisement 6o3NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs6cWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ead( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 1sxvdvWould you ever consider trying this?😱7bpaoCan your students do this? 🌚6drRoller skating! Powered by Firework Radamel Falcao is a Galatasaray player and it has happened in some aplomb. The Gala fans are loving every moment of this new transfer and all hell seems to have broken loose in celebrations in Istanbul.Advertisement As a matter of fact, Falcao’s tweet which roughly translates to ” I thought this was a Falcao announcemet” became the Columbian’s most liked tweet within mere 10 minutes. Turkish fans on the internet and in football stadiums are something else!Advertisement Over 25,000 Gala fans were at Istanbul airport to receive Radamel Falcao. The veteran striker has played for some massive teams in his time in Europe – Atletico, Manchester United, Monaco, Chelsea to name a few but his new venture is perhaps going to be his most exciting one so far. Advertisementlast_img read more

Ind vs SA 2nd Test Day 1 Review: Agarwal’s hundred prods India into an…

first_imgImage Courtesy: The HinduAdvertisement ps26lkNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs7o6g1bWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E2krx( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 4n7Would you ever consider trying this?😱fg4qCan your students do this? 🌚4vcRoller skating! Powered by Firework Mayank Agarwal’s second consecutive hundred provided the Men In Blue a platform for piling runs on. Apart from the opener’s contribution, the total was supplemented by fifties from Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli.Advertisement Image Courtesy: The HinduLosing his second straight toss, Faf du Plessis and co. were assigned to bowl first on a sunny day in Pune. Both the teams added one seamer each at the expense of a spinner.The track was livelier than the last surface as the South African pacers were able to trouble the in-form Indian openers. Rabada’s probing spell was met with a reward with Rohit Sharma edging one to de Kock after scoring 14.Advertisement The hosts survived a scare after Pujara was dropped on a duck. The batsman made most of his second life by scoring a fifty before Rabada snatched his wicket. The pair had added 138 runs for the second wicket.Mayank Agarwal notched the second hundred of his career and the series with Virat Kohli at the other end. Rabada’s day continued to brighten by dismissing the centurion himself for 108.Advertisement The skipper Virat Kohli is unbeaten on 63 while Rahane stays on 10 along with him. India are currently placed at 273-3 after stumps on Day 1 of the second test.Read Also:Virat Kohli: Double the points for each away victory in Test Championships!Virat Kohli: Let Rohit Sharma have fun in tests  Advertisementlast_img read more

Kuldeep Yadav reveals an instance when MS Dhoni got ‘angry’ at him during an…

first_imgImage Courtesy: Reuters/TwitterAdvertisement 3hjqeNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsbwkl1pWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E0ol( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) hm0Would you ever consider trying this?😱7oCan your students do this? 🌚cmobRoller skating! Powered by Firework Over the years, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has not only been established as one of the greatest captains of the Indian cricket team, but one particular attribute that the iconic wicket keeping batsman showed on the pitch is his calm and level headed approach. Even in the trickiest and unnerving moments of the game, his ice-cool attitude earned him the nickname of ‘Captain Cool’. However, there have been instances where even Dhoni lost his nerve, and one such incident was recently narrated by Team India bowler Kuldeep Yadav.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Reuters/TwitterIn a talk show with sports journalist Jatin Sapru on his  ‘ASAP with JSAP’ video show on Instagram, Kuldeep spoke recalled the T20I match back in 2017 December against Sri Lanka in Indore, when Dhoni lost his cool towards the chinaman spinner.It all started when Yadav was facing Kusal Perera, who was on a blistering spell at that moment, and not listening his skipper’s call to switch up the fielders, ended up in the Sri Lankan batsman hitting another four.Advertisement “Kusal smashed a boundary over the covers. Dhoni Bhai shouted from behind the wickets and asked me to change the fielding. I did not listen to his suggestion and in the next ball, Kusal hit another boundary through the reverse sweep now,” Yadav told Jatin in the video.After the back to back boundaries, Yadav was in for a treat from Mahi.Advertisement “Now agitated Dhoni came to me and said, ‘me pagal hu? 300 one-day khela hu, aur samjha raha hu yahan pe.’ (Am I mad? I have played 300 ODIs and here I have to make you understand),” the 25 year old added.On the way back to the hotel, a frightened Kuldeep got to know that it had been two decades since the ‘Captain Cool’ even got angry.“I was so scared of him that day. After the match, I went to him while travelling in the team bus and asked if he ever gets angry. To which Dhoni bhai said: 20 saal se gussa nhi kiya hai (I have not got angry for the last 20 years),” he concluded.Check out Kuldeep Yadav’s whole conversation on Jatin Sapru’s official Instagram here-Also read-Anushka Sharma imitates the average Indian cricket fan and Virat Kohli’s reaction is priceless! Advertisementlast_img read more

Safety and Fair Play at Issue with Uber Legislation

first_imgTechnology has outpaced legislation when it comes to companies like Uber but Trenton has taken notice and is acting—whether Uber or its likeminded competition like it or not.Both the state Assembly and Senate are considering almost matching bills that would establish criteria for doing business for what are referred to as transportation network companies (TNCs), such as Uber, probably the most identifiable in the public’s eye right now, but also Lyft, Sidecar and Wings. Uber has expressed opposition to the bills for going too far and a representative from the state limousine association objects for not going far enough.These technology companies have established smartphone and tablet apps to connect paying riders with drivers and their usually privately owned vehicles.But those in the traditional livery transportation industry have objected that these companies are not as regulated and have an unfair advantage.“It’s now, it’s sexy and it’s in vogue,” maintained Jeff Shanker, president of the Limousine Association of New Jersey. “But in reality they’re doing the same thing as a limousine does, the same thing a taxi does—transportation from point A to point B. The only difference is they’re taking out the middle person, the dispatcher.”He stressed they should have to play by the same rules about property liability coverage and background checks for drivers.Lawmakers have acknowledged the disparity.“With the TNCs the market is basically unregulated,” noted Assemblyman Joseph Lagana, a Democrat representing the 38th District, taking in parts of Bergen and Passaic counties.The major issue for Lagana is “at the end of the day we have to protect the public.”To that end Lagana has sponsored Bill 3765 that would enact a series of regulations covering this relatively new way of operating a transportation service.The bill has been in the Assembly chamber’s Transportation Committee but added a number of amendments and is scheduled to return to the committee on March 19 for further consideration, according to Lagana.“This is an emerging technology. It’s not like a limousine service, it’s not like a taxi service. But it is,” said Lagana, who hopes to establish ground rules without unduly burdening this developing business model.“We’re not trying to over-regulate anybody,” Lagana said. “Essentially what we’re trying to do is put basic protections in place while at the same time ensuring the established livery service are not cast out as second class citizens.”Lagana is a lawyer who specializes in automobile and auto insurance-related matters. His sponsored bill would require these companies to register with the state; to have sufficient insurance acquired by the company, on a level required of limousine companies (which is higher than required of taxis), and on the drivers—even though they are driving their personal vehicles; and to have hired drivers get criminal background checks, register with the state Division of Motor Vehicles and receive a designated DMV identification.Uber’s Mohrer said last week his company already does background checks and provides insurance coverage for drivers, passengers and cars.Lagana said he has yet to see the insurance coverage Uber provides. As for the other provisions, the assemblyman said good for them but it should be required for all.As for possible regulations, Mohrer said last week the company is working with lawmakers to draft legislation “that makes sense.”Lagana said in his dealings with TNCs, “In my opinion, they’re not really in favor of any regulation.“But, obviously,” he continued, “That’s not acceptable.”Matthew Wing, a spokesman for Uber, said in an email on Wednesday, “This bill was written to protect the status quo and drive Uber out of New Jersey.”If this bill becomes law “it will take economic opportunities away from 5,000 New Jersey Uber-driver partners and prevent over 100,000 New Jersey residents from getting a safe, convenient ride, whenever they want, wherever they want, wherever they are,” Wing said.“We still have grave concerns,” Shanker said of this legislation, believing “public safety is still at risk” even with the provisions outlined in the bill.By John Burtonlast_img read more

Shore Conference Boys Volleyball Has Come a Long Way in 15…

first_imgMANAHAWKIN – When you mention volleyball to most Jersey Shore residents it conjures up the thought of ultra-tan men and women romping through the sand on a sunny, 85-degree humid day on the beach in Belmar.Since the AVP professional volleyball tour made its first stop in New Jersey in the early 1980’s, beach volleyball has skyrocketed in popularity, not only as a spectator sport, but as a perfect way to stay in shape and have some fun with hundreds of leagues springing up, up-and-down the Jersey Shore.Volleyball’s origins date back as far as 1895 when a Holyoke, Massachusetts YMCA physical education director, William G. Morgan, combined the game of tennis and handball and called it Mintonette. After an observer, Alfred Halstead, noticed the volleying nature of the game, the game quickly became known as volleyball.The history of Olympic volleyball traces back to the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, where volleyball was played as part of an American sports demonstration event. The competition was a success and ultimately it began to be considered for official inclusion and was officially included in the 1964 Summer Olympics. Beach volleyball was added to the Olympic program at the 1996 Summer Olympics with only two players per team.In the fall of 1999, Southern Regional and Long Branch High School started the first girls’ volleyball programs in Shore Conference history with Colts Neck adding a team two years later.Southern Regional boys head coach, Eric Maxwell, followed suit and in the spring of 2000 formed the first boys’ volleyball program in the Shore Conference.“My sister-in-law Cathy Maxwell had started the girls program at Southern and I had just started teaching there,” Maxwell said. “I was in the right place at the right time. The athletic director was considering starting a boys program and asked me what I thought. I had been involved in the sport my whole life so of course I thought it was a great idea.”Now, 16 seasons later, Eric Maxwell is still the head coach at Southern and the Rams (37-2) are the No. 1 ranked team in New Jersey after winning their second consecutive NJSIAA State Championship in 2014 and fourth title in six years.In 2002, Christian Brothers Academy, Colts Neck and Long Branch added boys programs giving birth to Shore Conference boys’ volleyball. The four teams would play each other twice a season, adding additional games out of the area if they could find them, but usually played around ten games a season.It stayed that way until 2005, when Marlboro and Manchester High Schools joined, then in 2007 Howell, Monsignor Donovan, Barnegat, and the three Toms River Schools (North, South and East) were added and the Shore Conference was split into the A North division and the A South division.In 2009, the 12 member schools held the first official Shore Conference Boys Volleyball Tournament pitting Southern Regional against CBA. Southern beat CBA in the inaugural match and the two teams have faced each other in the final every year since with the Rams taking all six titles.Since the 2009 season, an additional 10 teams, including Lacey Township and Pinelands in Class A South and Neptune and Freehold in Class A North have been added along with Central Regional, Wall Township, St. Rose, Red Bank Catholic, Saint John Vianney and Keyport in the newly formed Class A Central.The success of Southern Regional’s volleyball program has drawn a lot of attention to Shore Conference volleyball and because of this you can expect to see additional growth coming out of the Shore in the next couple of years.— By Mike Readylast_img read more

Tinton Falls Intersection Again Under Discussion After Serious Collision

first_imgBut residents have put up resistance, suspecting the county’s motivation to widen Sycamore is to increase commercial traffic. Residents of the northern section of the borough have a website, savetintonfalls.com, where they charged that “our entire neighborhood is about to become a thru-way for Monmouth County.” “And my primary concern is safety,” he said. “A traffic light’s got to be there,” he said. “We’ve studied it and we’ve studied it and we’ve studied it,” he said. “And still nothing happens.” Turning said that in 2017, his last year as mayor, 14 people were injured in accidents at that intersection. “And we’ve been analyzing, monthly, the crash reports to determine whether or not there is a change in the pattern,” he said. “The problem is the county wants to put a five-lane intersection in there for their future traffic needs to push more traffic through all of the roads in Tinton Falls, including Hance and Hope and Sycamore,” said Sycamore Avenue resident Peter Kar vavites Aug.13. “We’ve asked for a light, we’ve asked for a turning lane and we’ve asked to reduce speed. The county has said ‘no,’ because all they want is a large highway cutting through a residential area.” “I think it’s too long been overlooked and not appropriately taken care of, catering to a small group of people who don’t want it done,” Baldwin said. “Shame on the county. It’s their road. They can fix it.” The county has studied and suggested improvements to that intersection and the nearby intersection of Sycamore Avenue and Hope Road, a municipal road. A 2018 traffic study and plan for the county showed the crash rate at Hance and Sycamore was more than twice the state average and that there were more than 20 injuries over a four-year period. The area is heavily travelled during the peak morning and afternoon drive times, the report found. The county has said widening the road is necessary for the traffic light to function properly, to avoid traffic backups extending through Hope Road and causing gridlock. A traffic light already exists at the intersection of Hope Road and Sycamore Avenue, a few car lengths away from the Hance and Sycamore intersection. FREEHOLD – Monmouth County Freeholders last week again heard concerns about a dangerous intersection of two county roads in Tinton Falls, with a former mayor and police chief of the borough saying something needs to be done after they said an elderly motorist was fatally injured there recently. By Philip Sean Curran Gerald Turning, a former borough of Tinton Falls police chief, went before the board Aug. 7 to raise the alarm about Hance and Sycamore avenues, a “T” intersection that “is no longer just dangerous, it is deadly,” he said. Gary Baldwin, Tinton Falls Council president, said Aug. 13 that police have yet to release their official report on the collision, so details about the victims’ ages and names and how the accident happened have not been disclosed. Yet he felt the July 19 crash should serve as a call to action for the intersection to be made safer. “They want something in writing and we’re not prepared to put anything in writing on that, because it’s not our road,” Baldwin said. “It’s their decision.” Baldwin said Tinton Falls is waiting on a final report from the county saying it had explored all possible alternatives to make the intersection safer and a final recommendation for improving the intersection. Baldwin said he favors a traffic light with added turning lanes.center_img Tinton Falls Mayor Vito Perillo could not be reached for comment. But so far, the county has not moved forward on the suggested improvements outlined in last year’s report. That’s because the county follows a policy of first getting the consent of the governing body of the municipality before moving ahead with intersection projects that affect a municipal road. County officials have worked with Tinton Falls to find alternatives for improving safety. They eliminated the shoulder on the eastbound lane of Sycamore as part of a study to see if crashes would be reduced for 12 months. County engineer Joseph M. Ettore said during last week’s meeting that Tinton Falls Police have provided the county with crash reports. Former Monmouth freeholder and Middletown mayor Frank Self, now a resident of Tinton Falls, also was at the freeholder meeting on the issue. Now the acting president of the Greenbriar Falls Condo Association on Hance Avenue, he sought answers from freeholders on what the county plans to do. The “ticking time bomb” at Hance and Sycamore “is still ticking,” he added. “People are dying. This can’t continue to happen.” He said further that only a small length of Sycamore would be five lanes wide; four of them would be for vehicular traffic, while the fifth would be to safely align the lanes. In another step, the county studied the 40 mph speed limit of Sycamore and found it was the correct limit, based on the speeds of most drivers using the county road. In addition, the county got permission from a property owner on Sycamore, where there is a bend in the road, to remove trees that were hindering motorists’ sight lines. In an inter view after the meeting, Turning said he’d like to see either Tinton Falls’ governing body back the county’s plans for the intersection or, if that fails, for the county to go ahead with the improvements without local officials’ support. Tinton Falls’ five-member council has not gone along, despite being only one vote shy, according to Turning. Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone said Aug. 13 that a traffic light at the intersection was a “definite”andcalledsafety a “top priority.” One of the proposals from the study called for widening Sycamore Avenue, which would mean acquiring small por tions of private property, and installing a traffic signal at the Hance and Sycamore intersection. Another sug- gestion called for extending Hope Road in a move that would require acquiring 3.1 acres of private property. “Maybe it’s time for the county of Monmouth to simply say we’re no longer going to continue with that procedure that we have, that we’re going to wait for a serious problem like this to be fixed for the elected officials of that community or any community to say, ‘yes, it’s OK,’ ” Turning said at last week’s freeholders meeting. Current Tinton Falls Police Chief John A. Scrivanic could not be reached for comment about the crash. “There’s been more accidents at that intersection than you can shake a stick at over the years,” he said. “But the greater good is simple. You can’t have people being injured in car accidents at an intersection that you know is a failure.”last_img read more