The Madison Area YMCA’s gymnastics coaches won a 2008 Tour of the Superstars balance beam that was signed by the Olympians who participated in the tour. Madison Area YMCA gymnasts Kristen Matthews, 17, of Morristown, and Sabrina Renard, 17, of Chatham, pose next to the balance beam, which was raffled off at National Congress, a three-day gymnastics coaches’ convention.
Tour of the Superstars Balance Beam on Display at Madison Area YMCA
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By DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, DEPJuly 26, 2016
TRENTON – As a result of continued dry weather, the Department of Environmental Protection has issued a water supply drought watch for most of northern New Jersey, Commissioner Bob Martin announced today.The DEP is urging residents in the affected areas to voluntarily conserve water and for the rest of the state to practice wise water use due to continued dry weather that is ...
Academic Journeys is offering a new way to prepare for college entrance exams, the ACT/SAT Summer Bootcamp. Bootcamps start August 1 in Madison and Millburn.
Taking a summer SAT prep class is a rite of passage for students about to enter their junior year of high school. Using the limited academic demands of summer to introduce the curriculum for college admissions tests, ...
MADISON, NJ -The recent release of the June SAT and SAT Subject test scores give the class of 2017 all the data needed to plan the “home stretch” of their college application process. With this unusual summer release of scores, students can be caught off guard, enjoying the reprieve from the rigorous pace of academics and testing that ...
CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Borough Police Chief Philip Crosson would like to again make residents aware that overnight July 22/23 there were four motor vehicle burglaries and one motor vehicle theft that have been reported to the Chatham Borough Police Department today. Two of these burglaries occurred on Meadowbrook Rd and one occured on Mercer Ave along with the motor vehicle theft of a four ...
Morris Habitat for Humanity Restore to Raise Funds with the Launch of its New ReStore Collection Live Auction
June 17, 2016 – Randolph, NJ: The Morris Habitat for Humanity ReStore will launch its new ReStore Collection featuring high-end antiques, art, furniture, jewelry and other collectibles to be sold in a live online auction on July 14, 2016.
Shoppers can pre-register at www.liveauctioneers.com/morris-habitat-for-humanity to preview items that will be up for auction. Registering in advance ...
MORRISTOWN, NJ – The Colelge of St. Elizabeth in Morristown has recently named an Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child alumna to the Board of Trustees.
Dr. Allison Adams ’81, a Madison dentist who earned a doctor of medicine degree in dentistry from the college after graduating from Oak Knoll, began her board term July 1, according the College of St. Elizabeth.
CHATHAM, NJ - A May Drive resident reported to police the theft of his 2016 Land Rover on Sunday at 1:55 p.m. The vehicle was last seen in the owner’s driveway at 9:45 p.m. the previous night, unlocked with the key fob left inside.
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July 17 - A resident of Country Club Drive and a resident of Rolling Hill Drive ...
MADISON, NJ - Madison dentist, Dr. Allison M. Adams of Adams Dental, has been chosen by NJ Monthly Magazine for the seventh year in a row as one of their Top Dentists of the Year.
The magazine sends surveys to all of the dentists in the state to determine to whom they would choose to treat themselves or refer a family member. This year, the list was comprised of 606 dentists out of the ...
CHATHAM, NJ -- A grass roots group, Chatham Citizens Opposing the Oil Pipeline, has joined a larger effort to fund an independent environmental review of Pilgrim Pipeline Holdings, LLC’s plans to build two major oil pipelines through local neighborhoods and critical areas supplying water to residents of Chatham Borough, Chatham Township and many other municipalities in ...
St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center and Partners Airlift 133 Dogs from Overcrowded California shelters
MADISON, NJ - St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center and partner shelters in four states welcomed 133 small dogs to New Jersey from five shelters in southern California to help ease overcrowding from wildfires and high intake. The dogs arrived at Morristown Airport through a California based organization, “Wings of Rescue.”
“Because of the amazing partnership ...