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Baseball: Morris Knolls Stopped in Prelim Round of Morris County Tourney

May 10, 2021

KINNELON, NJ -- Seventeenth-seeded Morris Knolls baseball team fell to 16th-seeded Kinnelon, 4-3, in the preliminary round of the Morris County Tournament, in Kinnelon, Sun May 9.

Despite Morris Knolls putting up one run in the first inning and two in the third, Kinnelon came back in the bottom of the third to erase the 3-0 deficit with a four-run rally. Neither team scored ...

Baseball: Morris Knolls and Mountain Lakes Battle for 12 Innings

DENVILLE, NJ – Morris Knolls and Mountain Lakes baseball played 12 full innings to a 3-3 tie on Fri May 7.

The Golden Eagles got on the scoreboard first with Sean Beller batting in Andrew Brezina in the fourth inning. After Mountain Lakes scored two in the sixth inning, Michael Simone’s double brought Gehrig Eckoff home in the seventh to even the score for Morris Knolls. To match ...

Soccer: Morris Knolls Falls to Mount Olive

DENVILLE, NJ – The Morris Knolls softball team stumbled against Mount Olive, 3-1, at home on Thu May 6. Mount Olive took a 2-0 lead in the top of the second inning and never looked back.

The Golden Eagles ended the game with five hits against Becky Palmisano, who pitched all seven innings and struck out five batters.

Leah Kleczkowski nailed a double in the second for Morris Knolls.

"Jersey Boys" on Somerset Patriots Roster; Minor League Team Is Now a NY Yankees Affiliate

BRIDGEWATER, NJ – The Somerset Patriots, the New York Yankees Double-A Affiliate, have arrived in New Jersey after a month-long training camp in Florida, including a player with a name familiar to central New Jersey high school baseball fans.

The team, including two other players from New Jersey, held their first practice at TD Bank Ballpark Sunday afternoon in preparation for ...

Baseball: Morris Knolls Defeats Morristown on the Road

MORRISTOWN, NJ – Kyle Russo threw a six-inning eight-hitter with four runs allowed, three walks and four strikeouts in Morris Knolls’s 7-4 win against the Morristown Colonials in Morristown, Sat May 1.

Luke Dickerson produced two runs batted in for Morris Knolls. Gehrig Eckoff, Andrew Brezina, Pat Blum and Chris Dandrea batted in one run each.

Morris Knolls (2-6) will travel to ...

Boys LAX: Morris Knolls Shuts Out Morris Hills

DENVILLE, NJ –Morris Knolls boys lacrosse defeated Morris Hills 12-0 at home on Saturday, April 24.

Scoring for the Golden Eagles were Nicholas Sullivan with three goals; Dan Kelly, Ronnie Trisuzzi, Nick Forgione and Damon DiTizii with two apiece; and J.D. Florio with one.

Morris Knolls goalie Luke Hebbelinck made four saves while Morris Hills goalie Tyler Fro recorded eight.

The ...

Volleyball: Morris Knolls Falls to Tenafly in Semifinal of North 1, Group 3, Tournament

DENVILLE, NJ – Three-seed Morris Knolls girls volleyball fell to two-seed Tenafly in the semifinal round of the North 1, Group 3, New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association tournament in Tenafly, April 16. Tenafly won the match in two sets, 25-14 and 25-13.

Morris Knolls ends the season with 12 wins and three losses.


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Volleyball: Morris Knolls Defeats Montville in N1G3 Quarterfinals

DENVILLE, NJ – Three-seed Morris Knolls defeated 11-seed Montville in the quarterfinals of the North 1, Group 3, New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association tournament in Denville, April 14. The Golden Eagles took the first set 25-19 while Montville won the second 25-16. Morris Knolls outperformed Montville in the final set 25-13 to clinch the match.

Reagan Smith earned 12 ...

Volleyball: Morris Knolls Back to its Winning Ways

DENVILLE, NJ – The Morris Knolls girls volleyball team defeated Montville in two straight sets, 25-13 and 27-25, at home on Tue Apr 6.

Casey Heitmann earned 10 points, the most points for the Golden Eagles. Nicole Florey, Annie Nolan and Reagan Smith scored six each.

Morris Knolls (10-1) will host Morris Hills (4-2) on Thu Apr 8 at 10 a.m.



Volleyball: Morris Knolls's Winning Streak Ends

MORRISTOWN, NJ – The Morris Knolls girls volleyball team loses its first game of the season in three sets against Morristown High School, 19-23, 25-11, 25-20, on Mon Apr 5 in Morristown. The Colonials notched its first victory of the season, earning revenge from a two-set defeat to Morris Knolls on March 24.

Stephanie Bloom scored the most points for the Golden Eagles with eight, ...


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Morris County School of Technology Alumna Selected for TV Academy Fellowship

May 11, 2021

DENVILLE, NJ – Nia Stanford, of Rockaway, is one of 50 students nationwide selected for the Television Academy Foundation’s 2021 Summer Fellows program. Currently a student at The New School in New York City, Stanford is a media and culture major and will be an Interactive Media Fellow this summer through the Television Academy Foundation’s program.

Pre-pandemic, the students ...

Saint Claire's Health is Expanding and Hosting Hiring Event

DOVER, NJ - Saint Clare's Health is expanding and currently hiring paramedics, EMT's and EMS dispatchers. To fill these positions, the hospital will be holding a hiring event on Wed May 12.

The event will take place 2:30-5:30 p.m. at Saint Clare's Dover Hospital in the Dover Cafeteria located at 400 West Blackwell Street in Dover.

Applicants should bring their resume and be ...

Atlantic Health System Donates Scoreboard to Morristown Baseball, Softball Teams

MORRISTOWN, NJ – It’s a renovation that has been three years in the making, but the Morristown varsity baseball and softball teams are the beneficiaries of new state-of-the-art scoreboards from a generous donation from Atlantic Health System's Morristown Medical Center.

Last Tuesday afternoon, Morris School District board officials joined Trish ...

2021 Operation Take Back Yielded 631 Pounds of Medications

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - Approximately 631 pounds of unwanted, unused or expired medications were collected during the 2021 Operation Take Back. 

The goal is to encourage the public to anonymously turn over unused, unwanted, or expired prescription medicine for proper disposal. Morris County residents dropped off 176 pounds at ShopRite of Greater Morristown, 68 pounds at Stop and Shop of ...

New Jersey's "Shot and a Beer" Program Expands to 34 Breweries

May 5, 2021

NEW JERSEY - New Jersey's "Shot and a Beer," program which encourages eligible residents, ages 21 and over, to get vaccinated has expanded. Any New Jerseyan who gets his or her first vaccine dose can take his or her vaccination card to a participating brewery to receive a free beer. The program will end on May 31, 2021.

The following restaurants and brewing ...

NJ Mayors Urge Murphy to Eliminate Crowd Limits at HS Graduations

NEW JERSEY -- Mayors for Main Street, an alliance of 22 mayors across five counties, is urging Gov. Phil Murphy to eliminate the 200-person outdoor gathering limit as June high school graduations approach.

Current guidelines state that there is no limit for outdoor gatherings for wedding ceremonies, wedding receptions, funerals, memorial services, religious activities or political ...

Allergy Alert: Hershey Recalls Chocolate Shell Topping Due to Undeclared Allergen

May 7, 2021

UNITED STATES -- Hershey’s Chocolate Shell Topping has been voluntarily recalled due to undeclared almonds, announced the Hershey company in a press release.

Approximately 1,700 bottles were incorrectly filled with Heath Shell Topping, which is made with almonds, they said.

The product being recalled was shipped nationwide between April 15 and May 3, 2021, and have a ...

Building Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice Programming in Schools

April 26, 2021

In March, my home state of New Jersey signed into law the Murphy, Reynolds-Jackson & Verrelli Bill requiring schools to include diversity and inclusion (DNI) instruction into their curriculums. When I read that news I was first ecstatic.  I love social justice!  I live and breathe diversity and inclusion.  Preparing students to become leaders who can live and effect change in ...

Brian Finestein, Chief Executive Officer of Saint Clare's Health, Named New Jersey Biz 2021 Icon Honoree

May 11, 2021

DENVILLE, NJ -- Brian Finestein, Chief Executive Officer of Saint Clare’s Health, a member of Prime Healthcare, was named one of New Jersey BIZ 2021 ICON Honorees. Recognized for his notable success and strong leadership within the healthcare industry, Finestein will be honored along with other Garden State ICON leaders during an awards ceremony to be held on June 22.

Finestein, ...

Saint Clare's Health Addresses Men and Their Sexual Health During Online Series, Let's Talk Health

On Thursday, May 6, Saint Clare’s Health online series, ’Let’s Talk Health’ hosted by Brian Finestein, Chief Executive Officer of Saint Clare’s Health, featured Dr. Lawrence Friedman, Chief of Urology, Saint Clare’s Health who discussed 'Men and Their Sexual Health.'


The community is invited to register for the FREE events online, as ...

Four Atlantic Health System Medical Centers get ‘A’ Grade for Safety by Leapfrog for Spring 2021

MORRISTOWN, NJ – Atlantic Health System, a leading provider of health care in New Jersey, today announced that Morristown Medical Center, Overlook Medical Center, Newton Medical Center and Chilton Medical Center all earned the highest possible safety rating of ‘A’ by The Leapfrog Group in its Spring 2021 Hospital Safety Grades.

“After a year in which our teams had to ...

Viking Pest Control Voted Top Workplace

Company Achieves Top Workplace Award in New Jersey

BASKING RIDGE, NJ – Viking Pest Control is proud to have been voted “Top Workplace” and achieved the Top Workplace award in New Jersey by Energage.  

“In 2021, our team was awarded the Top Workplace award based on an employee engagement ...

NJ Dentist and His Pit Bull Therapy Dog Give Back to Local Community

April 28, 2021

WEST CALDWELL, NJ -- While Joseph DalBon, DMD, may be best known as a top-notch local dentist at the New Jersey Center for Laser and Cosmetic Dentistry, he is also the proud owner of a therapy dog. Dr. DalBon spoke with TAPintoTV about his Pit Bull puppy, Olivia, the services she provides to others in the community, and how he came to recognize her unique talents.

DalBon realized Olivia was ...

New Jersey Films, Filmmakers and Writers Nominated at the 93rd Academy Awards

LITTLE FALLS, NJ — On Sunday, April 25th 2021, the 93rd Academy Awards will be held in Los Angeles, CA, and there’s a New Jersey connection to several nominated films and filmmakers this year. TAPintoTV's Executive Producer, Brian Brodeur, was joined by David W. Schoner Jr., the Associate Director of the New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission, at East Main Media ...

TAPinto Tips: Intro to SEO

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - If you own a business, you might be familiar with lots of trends in marketing that promise to increase your business: social media and email campaigns, as well as paid and organic ads. One trend that tends to get overlooked is SEO, or search engine optimization. SEO is a proven and necessary tool, but you may ask yourself, “What is it?” and “How can you best ...

Veteran TAPinto Franchisee Launches TAPinto Raritan Bay

SAYREVILLE, NJ - Longtime TAPinto Scotch Plains-Fanwood franchisee John Mooney is taking his talents to the banks of the Raritan. After spending years growing TAPinto Scotch Plains-Fanwood into one of the networks top 5 most-visited sites, Mooney is officially launching TAPinto Raritan Bay, covering Sayreville and South Amboy, N.J.

“Since I am familiar with Sayreville-South Amboy and ...

The 8th Annual Joseph Calello Melanoma Scholar, Dr. Charles Balch, to Present “The Surgical Management of Melanoma,” a Virtual Lecture, May 6

Atlantic Health System Cancer Care, in partnership with OncLive, invites health care professionals and others interested in the surgical management of melanoma to a virtual lecture by internationally known melanoma expert Charles M. Balch, MD, FACS, FASCO.  Dr. Balch is this year’s Joseph Calello Melanoma Scholar.  The free lecture and Q & A will be held on May 6, 11 a.m.