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MONTVILLE, NJ – Township officials hope to meet with Morris County Freeholders to speed up the process of potentially installing a traffic light at the intersection of Changebridge and Gathering Roads. Residents have come in force to the past two township committee meetings to complain about unsafe conditions at the intersection.
Mayor James Sandham told the assembly at the July 19 ...
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At TAP into Travels, we enjoy exploring the world and finding cool new things. On our latest expedition to Cleveland where were observing elephants in their natural habitat, we discovered this wonderful micro brand, Little House on Hudson.
Little House on Hudson is a boutique brand specializing in handmade and unique accessories with a political bent. While we were ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – Former Towaco Volunteer Fire Department Chief William Mazzucco passed away on June 27. He was 73.
Born and raised in Towaco, Mazzucco was the oldest active member of the department, having served for 55 years, said his wife of 51 years, Donnis.
“He served as chief as well as every other ‘line’ officer during those years,” Donnis Mazzucco told ...
MONTVILLE, NJ - For those residents sticking around Montville Township this summer, there’s plenty to do in and around the township.
Montville Recreation is offering Tuesday night concerts at the amphitheater beyond the Montville Township Public Library. “Midnight Blue” will be featured on July 26, with rock, blues-rock and classics; and “Degrees Below Zero” will ...
Morris County Historical Society Awarded Historic Preservation Grant from The 1772 Foundation and The New Jersey Historic Trust
MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morris County Historical Society is pleased to announce the receipt of a 2016 Grant for Historic Preservation from The 1772 Foundation, in cooperation with The New Jersey Historic Trust. Twenty-five New Jersey nonprofit organizations shared in the total funds of $290,000. (Grants also were awarded in Connecticut and Rhode Island.)
The MCHS is one of 11 New Jersey ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Planning Board held a public hearing for its redevelopment recommendations for a section of Pine Brook located on Route 46 at the corner of Changebridge Road, and extended zoning changes along Route 46 to the Parsippany border.
The Planning Board had conducted a study regarding the 5 1/2-acre area, which is composed of a former restaurant ...
TAPinto Travels is pleased to join the TAPinto family of independent publishers.
Our mission is simple. We believe there is a world out there and we want you to see as much as you can. We all work hard and we all deserve some time off to enjoy with our friends and family. We will do our best to inform you of all the wonderful things you can do close to home and out in ...
WEST ORANGE, NJ — Dubbed "the best food film of 2016" and voted "Ford Best of the Fest" by this year's New Jersey Jewish Film Festival attendees, "In Search of Israeli Cuisine" is a portrait of the Israeli people told through food. As a special summer treat, JCC Metrowest in West Orange is re-screening "In Search of Israeli ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – Magician Tom Yurasits thrilled dozens of Montville Township children as part of the library’s summer reading program series. The show, held July 13, spotlighted some of world-renowned magician and escape artist Harry Houdini’s tricks.
Yurasits told the young audience that Houdini is his hero, and he has read a lot of books about him. He feels that he and ...