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By MELISSA BENNOOctober 26, 2016
MONTVILLE, NJ – Differences in administrator and board member opinion regarding PARCC testing became apparent at the Oct. 18 Montville Township Board of Education meeting when Assistant Superintendent Casey Shorter presented on student accomplishments and state testing scores.
Shorter said that since participation in the state-required PARCC test, which stands for Partnership for ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – Superintendent of Schools René Rovtar described progress being made on district goals at the Oct. 18 Montville Township School District Board of Education meeting.
A referendum regarding district facility updates is possible, and the amount of the referendum has yet to be determined. Rovtar said a facilities committee has been meeting to determine the scope of the ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen visited Montville Township High School and called Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump “out of control” and “not his fifth choice” for president.
Frelinghuysen (R-NJ 11th) spoke candidly in teacher Scott Riotto’s Advanced Placement Government and Politics class on Oct. 17 for about an hour. Topics ...
MONTVILLE, NJ - Montville Township police officer Kurt Geisinger was arrested on Oct. 21 for driving while intoxicated, a motor vehicle offense, according to Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp and Montville Township Police Chief Rudy Appelmann.
"Officer Geisinger was charged in connection with his operation of an unmarked patrol vehicle while on ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – Children’s book author Dan Gutman visited William Mason Elementary School on Oct. 14 and discussed his writing not only with large-group assemblies of the students, but also with small groups who had won an essay contest and were able to have lunch with the author during his visit.
The two groups, eight fourth- and fifth-graders, and seven second- and third-graders, ...
MOUNT OLIVE, NJ - A 21-year-old woman's recent decision to report that she was sexually assaulted for seven years while she was a juvenile, led police to charge two Budd Lake men with aggravated sexual assaulted, it was announced Friday.
The men, Ruben Ardila-Gomez, 33, of Budd Lake and Argemiro Ardila-Gonzales, 65, were also charged with ...
SOMERVILLE, NJ – The League of Women Voters of NJ has launched the nonpartisan election resource www.vote411.org, a “one-stop-shop” for election information that provides simple, helpful tools to help New Jersey voters navigate the voting process this November.
VOTE411.org provides candidate information, voter registration tools, polling place information and other ...
STAFFORD, NJ - The Stafford Township Harvest is this Saturday, October 22 from 12 to 5 p.m. There will be hayrides, craft vendors, food vendors, Halloween parade, scarecrow making, costume contest, jalapeno eating contest, pumpkin picking and a wine festival.
There will be a bonfire at dusk and a movie in the park following the bonfire on Saturday. The raindate is on ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – Despite being urged to bring the officers, bylaws, and a list of inventory to the Oct. 11 Township Committee meeting, the Montville Township Historical Society did not appear before the committee. The committee announced this as the meeting started, stating that the historical society's counsel, Attorney Judith Sullivan, had already told them the society would not ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Planning Board voted unanimously to reject the application by Alexander Sweetwood, owner of 107 Changebridge Road, to demolish the Dutch stone house known also as the Cornelius Doremus House. The house is listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places.
The Historic Preservation Review Commission had denied the request at their ...