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By MELISSA BENNOJanuary 17, 2017
MONTVILLE, NJ – While Martin Luther King, Jr. Day dawned clear and cold, that didn’t stop Montville Township residents from coming to the municipal building to start the day off with OneMontville’s Day of Respect and Community Service in honor of Dr. King. Approximately 100 people came to the building with donations of food for the Kiwanis Food Pantry and tube or crew socks or ...
TAPinto.net launched a free TAPinto App today for iPhone and Android, enabling readers to obtain their local news and events in a fast, easy-to-use application. With this launch, TAPinto becomes one of the only local news publications in the country to have its own App.
The TAPinto App not only features news and events, but also enables readers to receive push notifications regarding ...
School nurses would be permitted to administer an opioid antidote to a student or staff member who overdoses under legislation sponsored by Senator Christopher “Kip” Bateman and advanced on Jan. 12 by the Senate Education Committee.
S-2635 would also require high schools, and permit any other schools, to maintain a supply of naloxone hydrochloride. The bill provides immunity ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – As Montville Township celebrates its 150th anniversary, residents paused to look back at how it all started at a lecture given by Historical Society President Kathy Fisher on Jan. 9.
The township began from land purchased by the Dutch in 1694, when it was part of the area called New Netherland, Fisher said, and was originally part of Pequannock. The land was rich in ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – Mayor Jim Sandham asked for the township committee’s “indulgence” as he will be meeting in a very small committee composed of Deputy Mayor Frank Cooney, Township Administrator, Board of Education President Matthew Kayne, BOE Vice President Carmela Novi, and Superintendent of Schools René Rovtar to discuss strategies for addressing the drug problem in ...
MONTVILLE, NJ - Sometimes necessity is the mother of invention. Just ask Ron Soussa, owner of Liberty Office Suites on Changebridge Road in Pine Brook.
“We opened in September of 2009, just as the commercial real estate world was crashing all around us,” Soussa said.
Faced with an empty, though award winning, office building with its distinctive clock tower, and ...
MORRISTOWN, NJ - Whether you are on Elm Street or South Street this weekend, there are plenty of fun in store for you! There are over 28 activities planned this weekend in Morristown. Did we miss something? Let us know and we will add it to the list. Have a great weekend everyone!
Friday January 13
The Minstrel presents the April Verch Band; Morristown Unitarian Fellowship; 7:30pm
ROXBURY, NJ – “George to the Rescue,” an NBC television program in which families get home renovations, will be building a new, handicapped-accessible bathroom for Levi Spencer, a Succasunna boy with spina-bifida.
In a Jan. 11 letter to Roxbury Township Manager Christopher Raths, “George to the Rescue” (GTTR) producer Andrew Scerbo said the show’s star, ...
WOODLAND PARK, NJ - A body was recovered by authorities Friday morning in a section of a stream located in the Morris Canal. Police closed off the area located behind the American Legion Hall on Mount Pleasant Avenue, where they were investigating the scene.
According to Detective Lt. John Uzzalino, police received a call at approximately 8:30 a.m. that a body was found in the ...
DENVILLE, NJ – A Denville teen was honored on Wednesday by county officials who praised his Eagle Scout Project: The construction and installation of two bridges that span Beaver Brook in Rockaway Township.
The Scout, John Owens, was presented with a certificate of achievement from the Morris County freeholders. The board called his bridge project “ambitious” and ...