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Mon, February 4, 3:30 PM

Montville Township Public Library, Montville

Valentine’s Day for Kids - Healthy Heart Snack

Food & Drink Health & Wellness

Add to My Calendar 02/04/2019 3:30pm 02/04/2019 4:30pm America/New_York Valentine’s Day for Kids - Healthy Heart Snack

Danielle Colombo, registered dietician from Shoprite, Lincoln Park will bring ideas & snacks to help celebrate Valentine's Day!
Kindergarten & up

90 Horseneck Road Montville, NJ 07045
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Wed, February 6, 1:15 PM

Pyramid Mountain, Montville Township

"Puddle Jumpers"

Education Health & Wellness

Add to My Calendar 02/06/2019 1:15pm 02/07/2019 3:15am America/New_York "Puddle Jumpers"

Puddle Jumpers Ages 4 & 5 with an adult. Explore the trails of Pyramid Mountain with your preschooler, and learn about the natural world through the season during six weeks of walks, activities, and crafts. Cost: $55 per child.

Intersection of Mars Court & Boonton Avenue Montville Township, NJ 07045

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Response to Jim Sandham on Land Purchase

March 8, 2019

It is almost laughable to watch these Republican Local Office Holders, both past and present, proclaim their strong advocacy of Open-Space when the opposite is true. Jim Sandham takes credit for the work of previous Township Committees who actually bought and worked to preserve the 1,000 plus acres. I was on the Township Committee for 15 years and voted for every one of those acres long before ...

It’s Not Too Late to Get Girl Scout Cookies! Girl Scouts Planning Cookie Booth Sales

March 15, 2019

RIVERDALE, NJ — Did you forget to order your favorite cookie treat?  It’s not too late! Girl Scouts across northern New Jersey will continue selling Girl Scout Cookies through April 14. More than 1,000 booth sales are planned throughout Bergen, Morris, Passaic, Sussex and northern Warren counties.

“We often hear customers say that they do not know a Girl Scout who is ...

Montville Resident Aids Cruise Passengers After Terrifying Tip

March 7, 2019

MONTVILLE, NJ – What started out as a cruise to the Bahamas had a rocky start as a ship that 13 Montville Township residents were travelling on experienced a 115-mph wind gust, according to ABC News, which made the ship tilt to 45° and sent passengers sprawling. Montville resident Brielle Cook was travelling with friends and family, including Deputy Mayor Frank Cooney, when the incident ...

Morris County Board of Freeholders Holds "Road Meeting" in Florham Park

March 16, 2019

FLORHAM PARK, N.J.-The Morris County Board of Freeholders has added two more towns to its destinations for “road meetings’’ in 2019, announcing stops in Florham Park and Wharton.   

The county governing board last month announced it would continue its tradition of holding county government “road meetings’’ in towns across the county in 2019, ...

"Suspicious Comment" Found at Lazar Middle School

March 15, 2019

MONTVILLE, NJ – Superintendent of the Montville Township Public Schools Rene Rovtar sent out word via email, text and telephone to parents and staff that a suspicious comment was found at Lazar Middle School on Friday. It was not made clear where the comment was found.

The police were immediately contacted, according to Rovtar, and are currently investigating the situation in cooperation ...

Spot the New Falcon on the Falcon Cam

March 14, 2019

As the courtship season begins for peregrine falcons, residents of all ages and visitors from all over the world can observe and study one of the fastest animals on earth by tuning in to the Union County Falcon Cam.

“The Falcon Cam is a great opportunity for residents of all ages to experience and learn about peregrine falcons up close,” said Freeholder Chair Bette Jane ...

Read Across America with Little City Books, Host of Literary Happenings in Hoboken

March 2, 2019

HOBOKEN, NJ -- Donna Garban and Kate Jacobs, Co-Owners of Little City Books, an independent bookstore on Bloomfield Street in Hoboken, spoke with TAPintoTV about their support of Read Across America and upcoming events, such as the inaugural Hoboken Literary Weekend in April.

Read Across America, an annual celebration of reading for children created by the National Education Association, ...

RE/MAX Neighborhood Properties Welcomes New Agent

March 16, 2019

RE/MAX NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES is excited to announce that TRIVENI GURIKAR has joined their office.

Licensed since 1987, Triveni has been actively selling Real Estate in the Morris & Surrounding Counties assisting buyers & sellers. She has achieved the prestigious Million Dollar club several years and was awarded:

RE/MAX LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT ,  Hall of ...

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Irish Filmfest: Movies to Watch and Get Into the St. Patrick's Day Spirit

March 15, 2019

This time of the year, the bars will be needing more Guinness and corned beef, and the color green will be decorating many buildings.

As for me, I like to watch movies at the end of all the St. Patrick's Day celebrations. Particularly, I'll be watching movies that feature Irish characters and stories. Whether they're American-produced, or directly from Ireland, movies of the ...

Open Houses This Weekend - March 16 & 17, 2019

The following homes have OPEN HOUSES presented by RE/MAX NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES this weekend.

SATURDAY, MARCH 16:

  From 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

  1 Craig Place, Fairfield Twp.

  Contact Randi Bennett & Tracy Warsaw

  for more info (973) 610-7123 / (973) 722-8801

 

  From 1 - 3 p.m.

  12 Eldora Road, Parsippany-Troy Hills ...

Open Houses This Weekend - March 9 & 10, 2019

The following homes have OPEN HOUSES presented by RE/MAX NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES this weekend.

SATURDAY, MARCH 9:

  From 1 - 3 p.m.

  118 Ridge Drive, Montville Twp.

  Contact RANDI BENNETT & TRACY WARSAW

  for more info (973) 610-7123 / (973) 722-8801

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 10:

  From 1 - 4 p.m.

  1 Nathan Drive, ...

For Parents Like Me, Pot Legalization in New Jersey is a Dilemma

I like Gov. Phil Murphy, but he's making a liar out of me. Me and millions of parents. For a couple of generations now, mothers and fathers have been warning children about the dangers of pot smoking. Now the governor comes along and tells them there is no Santa Claus.

I’ve been warning my children about pot for 20 years. That’s not exaggeration. It started when my ...

From a Backyard in Elizabeth, Chatham Man Shoots for the Stars

Luis Da Silva, Jr., says he got his start in a “two by four” backyard in Elizabeth, where he would spend hours with just a basketball. 

“It was a rough neighborhood and my mother didn’t want me down at the basketball courts,” Da Silva said.

In those lonely hours of dribbling and inventing basketball tricks, Da Silva learned to command the giant orange orb ...

NJSpotlight and NJTV: Perfect Together

NJ Spotlight, an online news site dedicated to covering state government and doing in-depth analysis of public policy and its aftershocks, has been acquired by WNET, the Public Broadcasting Service operator of NJTV.

Together, NJ Spotlight and NJTV, will form a multi-platform news service covering the serious business of New Jersey, which has always been a television outlier for New York and ...

Jeff Bezos Could Single-Handedly Help Shape the Future of Newark

You’ve got to love Newark Mayor Ras Baraka’s latest move in the continuing marathon to lure Amazon’s second headquarters to his city.

The mayor wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post, the newspaper owned by Amazon gazillionare Jeff Bezos. In it, he makes yet another pitch for Newark, and thereby giving his emerging city a national stage.

Maybe now, people in his own state ...

Sandmann and Tramaglini: Raw Meat for the Media

So, the kid who went viral in that Lincoln Memorial confrontation is suing the Washington Post.

Good.

That might sound strange coming from a journalist. But what is happening to people like Nicholas Sandmann, the kid with the smirk on his face and the MAGA hat on his head, isn’t journalism.

It’s a pack of wolves tearing at raw meat. It’s playing with someone’s ...

Local News: Real Stories About Us

For a dozen years I was a news columnist at the state’s largest newspaper and in the decade prior to that, I was its editor in charge of all local news.

I semi-retired from that company in December and wrote a farewell column expressing gratitude for being able to make a living doing something I loved for more than 40 years.

In that continued spirit, here is my inaugural column for ...