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2014-02-17 23:00:18

Mark Bramble, the head athletic trainer at Marlboro High School, recently performed CPR and used an AED to help save the life of a spectator at the Marboro High School vs Middletown High School Girl’s Basketball games. Marloboro, New Jersey (PRWEB) February 18, 2014 It was just a normal Tuesday afternoon at Marlboro High School for Mark Bramble, the licensed athletic trainer for the Mustangs. He was preparing like any other afternoon for the days games, on this day it was Varsity and...

2009-02-10 10:45:44

Authorities in Ohio said an 18-year-old has been arrested for allegedly charging more than $37,000 in online candy purchases to a high school. Jad Holmes, 18, is due to appear in Middletown Municipal Court Wednesday to face two fifth-degree felony counts of telecommunications fraud after he allegedly placed two candy orders for $19,880 and $17,372 with a Michigan-based company and billed the purchases to Middletown High School, the Middletown Journal reported Tuesday. Police said Holmes, who...

2008-06-17 15:00:49

By Meaghan Wims MIDDLETOWN -- Parents, teachers, school officials -- and a 12- year-old Gaudet Middle School student -- last night urged the Town Council not to cut the School Department's budget request, saying the school district shouldn't be forced to consider eliminating all- day kindergarten, middle school sports or a school nurse. The School Department would be hit with a $186,000 cut to its spending request if the council holds to a 3-percent tax increase -- and a $61.3-million...


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