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By TAPINTO TRAVELS STAFFSeptember 28, 2016
TAPinto Travels Presents
October is the prime time to attend fall festivals within the North Jersey area. The weather is still warm to enjoy the outdoors with your entire family. Throughout the first weekend of October, you can travel across the state to attend events that celebrate the harvest season.
One of the more unique cultural experiences occurs every October when the ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township water levels tested 1,000 times lower than the EPA and NJ DEP standards for the cancer-causing chemical chromium-6 and 100 times lower than the California standard for the toxin.
Township water levels tested at .03 to .1 parts per billion for chromium-6, which is “well within the guidelines,” according to John Perry, Director of Public ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – Pyramid Mountain Natural Historic Area has plenty of programs this fall for those interested in getting out and exploring Montville’s 1,500-acre park. The highest point in the park is 934 feet and claims a “magnificent view of the New York City skyline” according to its website.
Tripod Rock can also be seen in the park; it’s a 180-ton boulder ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – Valley View Elementary School kicked off the new school year with a pep rally on Wednesday, Sept. 21. The Pandas welcomed Program Leader and motivational event coordinator, Sam Tureman from Boosterthon Fun Run. Tureman, will be in the school every day from now until the Fun Run takes place on Friday, Sept. 30. He greeted each grade level as they ...
MONTVILLE, NJ - The Vail Road bridge will be closed for approximately two weeks beginning Monday, Sept. 26 at 9 a.m., according to Montville Township Police Captain Andrew Caggiano.
Caggiano said there is road construction taking place on the Parsippany side of the bridge causing the closure. Residents are advised to plan an alternate route during this time.
MONTVILLE, NJ - With a new head coach in town this season, Montville has desperately been looking for a new beginning to lead this team in the right direction going forward. But thankfully for the Mustangs, that journey came to an end on Friday night when they won their first game of the season on the road against divisional foe West Milford.
For a while, this game was up in the ...
MONTVILLE, NJ - Facing a projected seven percent decline in enrollment over the next five years, the Montville Township School District will be convening a task force to decide what to do with the results of a demographics study presented at its Sept. 20 Board of Education meeting.
Superintendent of Schools René Rovtar said the task force will be composed of Board of Education ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – Visiting her husband, who was working in Saudi Arabia, Gillian Hettinger was surprised when he met her at the airport holding two bags.
The first held a personal gift, but the other held a hajib for her to wear during her visit.
Hettinger told a packed audience at the Montville Township Public Library of her long-term visits to that country when her husband, laid off ...
TAPinto Travels Presents
Enjoy the crisp fall air this weekend by traveling to Northern New Jersey for a slew of fun-filled festivals and events. With plenty of food, drink, and music at each event, you and your entire family are guaranteed to go home happy.
Oktoberfest at Mountain Creek in Vernon
Every year, Mountain Creek holds the top Oktoberfest in the entire ...
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 ...