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By LIZ KEILLJune 22, 2018
‘Half Time’ turns the tables on aging in gleeful production
By Liz Keill
MILLBURN, NJ – The Paper Mill Playhouse is putting on a smashing new production of “Half Time” to round out its current season.
With actress Georgia Engel in an engaging performance, the cast also features Donna McKehnie, Andre De Shieilds and Lilias White, among a host of other ...
By EILEEN RUSSICKJune 21, 2018
The Joey Bella Memorial Fund, Inc. will host their annual fundraisers in early July. The Fund has been in existence for 29 years and has collected over one million dollars in donations which have been used to assist more than fifty families with children who are affected with catastrophic illness in Denville and surrounding areas.
The Tricky Tray is on Monday, July 2 “under ...
By LAURIE BEACHAMJune 21, 2018
June 15, 2018
To the Editor:
I wanted to share this letter from Laurie Beacham, Media Director for NJ 11th for Change, about the notable increase in voter turnout and citizens deciding to run in the recent primary election:
"The 11th Congressional District has a lot to be proud of. In the June 5th primaries, voter turnout climbed from almost 33,000 in 2014 to over ...
‘FRIDAYS FOR FAMILIES’ VIGIL IN MORRISTOWN TO CALL FOR END TO CRUELTY AT U.S. BORDER; Congressional Candidate Mikie Sherrill To Speak at 3 pm
By NJ 11TH FOR CHANGEJune 21, 2018
Montclair, NJ — On Friday, June 22, NJ 11th for Change and six other organizations will be holding “Fridays For Families” – a vigil in front of Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen’s Morristown office in opposition to the Trump administration’s draconian policies leading to the separation and indefinite detention of families, including young children, apprehended at the ...
By DANIELLE WILSONJune 21, 2018
RANDOLPH, NJ - Hundreds of parents, teachers, and students stood in support of the music teacher stipends at Tuesday's Board of Education meeting. The students described tearful teachers who will cancel beloved programs if the board does not reinstate stipends for after-school and weekend activities.
On June 14, “Our music teachers gathered in front of the choir, and we were told ...
By WENDI MANDERIOLIJune 21, 2018
RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Township Board of Education met Tuesday evening in front of a large crowd of students, parents and teachers.
Attached are videos during the public session of Mr. Matthew Swiss, Miss Diana May and Mrs. Dawn Russo speaking.
By A. HERRINGJune 20, 2018
My Daughter, Abigail Herring wrote the following letter to the Randolph BOE last week (June 14), she and a large group of students attended the BOE meeting to speak regarding this subject.
Dear Ms. Fano, The Board of Education, and to whomever this may concern,