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Denville Administrator Steven Ward Receives POWWW’s Annual Award for Open Space Preservation

November 21, 2018

DENVILLE, NJ – POWWW (Protect Our Wetlands, Water and Woods) recognized Steven Ward as this year’s greatest contributor to the preservation of open space in Denville. The business administrator of Denville since 2010, Ward spearheaded negotiations that secured the preservation of four acres of land on Hillcrest Drive. The deal is expected to close early next year.

“Steve ...

Denville Resident Helps to Keep Banks of Rockaway River Clean

ROCKAWAY, NJ – Notre Dame has its “Four Horsemen” … the Yankees have their “Core Four” … today’s Beatles fans have their “The Fab Four” tribute band. No T-shirts have been made yet, but Potbelly’s Riverside Café owner Rob Grow has his own “Fab Four” these days -- the four volunteers who ignored the wind ...

Forecasters Blew It, Rutgers Climatologist Says of the Storm

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The autumn snowstorm on Nov. 15 hit much harder than weather forecasts predicted, the worst of it when most people would be on the roads for the evening rush hour, said Rutgers University professor and state climatologist David Robinson.

"The weather forecast was incorrect. I'm not a forecaster and I don't like to throw darts, but it was a blown forecast," ...

Morris County Man Receives Distinguished Golden Spike Award

RANDOLPH, NJ -- Russell J. Nee was the honored recipient of the distinguished Golden Spike Award from the September 11 National Memorial Trail Alliance, which he received at a ceremony in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, at the site of Flight 93 crash.

Nee, who resides in Randolph is a dedicated firefighter and has served for more than 25 years with Randolph Company #2 ...


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