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Northern NJ Libertarian Party Monthly Meeting

Tue, July 24, 7:00 PM

Kinnelon Public Library, Kinnelon

Northern NJ Libertarian Party Monthly Meeting

Government

Add to My Calendar 07/24/2018 7:00pm 07/24/2018 9:00pm America/New_York Northern NJ Libertarian Party Monthly Meeting

Did you know that New Jersey Libertarian Party has candidates running for national and state positions? If you are interested in Constitutional-based politics, come to our monthly meeting on Tues, July 24th, at 7 pm, at Kinnelon Public Library. Guest speaker will be Gina Genovese of Courage to Connect NJ discussing property tax reform.

132 Kinneleon Road Kinnelon, NJ 07405
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Sat, July 28, 8:00 AM

Newton Moose Lodge, Fredon

Newton Moose Lodge Sunday Breakfasts

Food & Drink

Add to My Calendar 07/28/2018 8:00am America/New_York Newton Moose Lodge Sunday Breakfasts

We serve, eggs, sausage, Taylor ham, French toast, pancakes, and breakfast sandwiches,

Were a non-profit facility raising money within our community for our community as well as for Moose Heart and Moose Haven,

Our Moose Breakfast is only $7!!! Its the best deal in town and its for a great cause.

214 County Road 622 Fredon, NJ 07860
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Sat, July 28, 2:00 PM

Montville Animal Shelter, Montville

Summer Adoption Event at the Montville Animal ...

Home & Garden Other

Add to My Calendar 07/28/2018 2:00pm 07/28/2018 6:00pm America/New_York Summer Adoption Event at the Montville Animal Shelter

If you’re considering a furry addition to your family, the summer season is the perfect time to provide a shelter dog or cat with a loving home. To encourage pet adoption and bring even more joy to your homes this season, the Montville Animal Shelter is hosting a adoption event on July 28, 2018!

On July 28, 2018 enjoy discounted fees on all animals and free gifts for adopters! The ...

7 Church Lane Montville, NJ 07045

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Newton Police: Broken Brake Light Ends with Multiple Charges for Fake Siblings

January 18, 2019

NEWTON, NJ—A Pennsylvania man is facing multiple charges including driving while intoxicated with a child in the vehicle after a traffic stop.  On January 5 Ptl. Jared Zappa stopped David Torre, 38 of Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania on Water Street for a broken brake light according to police.

At first the driver and front seat passenger Jennifer Kaplan, 35 gave Zappa false names and ...

Brooklyn Restaurateurs Bring New Flavors to South Orange

January 23, 2019

Two new restaurants recently opened near each other in South Orange, NJ, both with Brooklyn roots.

Owners of the upscale American The Fox & Falcon and Latin street food specialists Miti Miti were drawn to the area first for their families, seeking more space in the New Jersey suburbs than they could find in Brooklyn. It wasn’t long before their culinary roots came ...

Sparta School District Unveils $3.5 Million High School Turf Project

January 12, 2019

SPARTA, NJ – Community members turned out to hear a presentation about the turf field project proposed for Cassel’s Field at Sparta High School.  Approximately 70 people were in the auditorium at Mohawk Avenue School on Wednesday night to hear details of a project that has been discussed for nearly 10 years.

Superintendent Michael Rossi said the field will accommodate physical ...

Rutgers Postpones Tuition Payments for Families of Furloughed Workers

January 23, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers University will postpone collection of currently unpaid tuition and other fees from federal employees furloughed during the government shutdown, and their dependents.

“This is one way that we can minimize that stress and eliminate disruption of academic careers while the federal shutdown continues,” Rutgers University President Robert Barchi said in ...

February SNAP Benefits to be Issued Early

TRENTON, NJ—SNAP recipients in New Jersey will be receiving their February benefits early because of the continued federal government shutdown.

The New Jersey Department of Human Services announced today that Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients who received a SNAP benefit in January and were scheduled to receive the benefit again in February will receive them on ...

Pricing Your NJ Home Correctly Key to Selling in Today's Market

If you’ve ever watched “The Price is Right,” you know that the only way to win is to be the one to correctly guess the price of the item you want without going over! That means your guess must be just slightly under the retail price.

In today’s shifting real estate market, with more inventory coming to market and home values projected to appreciate at lower rates, ...

Shortage In Housing Market Listing Inventory Provides Selling Opportunity

Have you heard that the housing market is softening? Team Nest Builder knows buyer traffic has decreased. There are fewer purchasers in the market than there were last month and at this time last year. What you may not have heard, however, is that there’s still a severe shortage of listing inventory.

In a recent interview discussing the housing market, First American’s Chief ...

Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders January 9, 2019 Meeting Video

NEWTON, NJ - Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders January 9, 2019 meeting video.

 

Gottheimer Honors Dr. King at MLK Service Weekend Events

January 23, 2019

Gottheimer Participates in Service Project, Social Justice Forum, Church Service to Honor Dr. King

GLEN ROCK, NJ - On Saturday, January 19, 2019, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) participated in a day of service project in Glen Rock with high school and middle school students from Glen Rock and Ridgewood before speaking at a social justice forum at St. Mary’s Church in Glen Rock.

Rutgers Postpones Tuition Payments for Families of Furloughed Workers

January 23, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers University will postpone collection of currently unpaid tuition and other fees from federal employees furloughed during the government shutdown, and their dependents.

“This is one way that we can minimize that stress and eliminate disruption of academic careers while the federal shutdown continues,” Rutgers University President Robert Barchi said in ...