Press Releases

May 4, 2021

When Covid-19 closed down the hair salon at which she worked, Stylist Donna Sky had no idea what the future would hold for her. She knew, though, that she needed a change.  Long walks with nature and meditation led her to the decision that it was time for her to venture out on her own. The ...

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April 20, 2021                                               Contact : Audrey Lane (973) 370-3853 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                 Jersey 1st Joins Families of Adult Children with Disabilities to Fight for Reopening Day Programs: Rally Set for Saturday April 24th in ...

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On March 6th 2021, Troop 25 Boy Scouts of Madison went on an exciting 7-mile snowy, icy trek along the Appalachian Trail. The hike was extremely challenging and cold, but the views made it all worth it, according to Brian Bill, the Troop 25 hike leader from Florham Park.  They visited Raccoon Ridge ...

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There are many perceptions when it comes to senior living communities. Some of us maintain outdated visions of old-fashioned nursing homes from years’ past, institutional meals, and rows of wheelchairs. The reality at Crane’s Mill could not be further from these perceptions. Each day, Crane’s ...

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The Madison Area YMCA invites you to participate in our 10-week Spring Session beginning on Monday, April 12 and our 8-week Summer Session beginning on Monday, June 28 with programs for all ages offered 6 days a week. With clinics, workshops, intensives and programs for preschoolers through ...

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Meghan Hunscher, president of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce, has been named to the 2021 ROI Influencers: Women in Business list, issued by the media outlet ROI-NJ. Hunscher was named to the Organizations and Associations category.   The ROI Influencers: Women in Business list ...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a large surge in pet adoptions, which has a rather unusual business booming. As travel is difficult for some right now, Pet Nannies help transport across the country, for a fee, of course. Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter has a better solution, adopt ...

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Kessler Foundation researchers are studying the potential benefits of two web-based programs for romantic partners of people with spinal cord injury (SCI) who also have a caregiving role. All study activities will take place online. No travel is required. You may qualify if your relationship ...

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The cat is out of the bag, and starting to run low on food. Much like toilet paper and cleaning supplies at the beginning of the pandemic, the US is now seeing a shortage of pet food. There are many reasons for the shortage, including overzealous shoppers, bad weather, Covid-19 delays, and a ...

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While dogs have loved their families spending more time at home, with them, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the other shoe is about to drop — and it might get chewed on. Separation anxiety in dogs describes a condition in which a dog exhibits behavior problems and distress when separated from its ...

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When Thor arrived at Mt Pleasant Animal Shelter, he was severely malnourished and visibly sick. Our veterinary team quickly determined Thor was in renal failure, an incurable condition. But that didn’t mean Thor couldn’t live a happy life. The key was to immediately develop a treatment plan that ...

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  Enjoy a virtual tour of one of the area's top senior living communities! The Villa at Florham Park provides exceptional Assisted Living, Memory Care, Nursing, and Rehabilitation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7aOsvNDlB8   About The Villa at Florham Park The Villa at Florham Park ...

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To keep our communities safe from COVID-19, many of us have been spending more time indoors. An unintentional consequence of this may be weight gain. With weight loss and stress reduction especially on top of mind during the beginning of the year, here are some ways pet ownership can help. Your ...

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Led by Dr. Benjamin van Boxtel, the center will provide multi-discliplinary care for patients with disorders of the thoracic aorta Morristown, NJ – Atlantic Health System has announced the opening of the Atlantic Aortic Center at Morristown Medical Center, under the direction of cardiac surgeon ...

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The Villa at Florham Park provides residents with access to the It’s Never 2 Late ® (iN2L) Program. The user-friendly software platform has a picture-based, touch screen interface that easily allows residents to navigate their way through interactive, educational, spiritual, and individualized ...

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The Ask A Veterinary Team series provides our community with educational resources to ensure every animal has a safe and healthy life. Our experienced veterinary team, led by Head Veterinarian Mary Altomare, DVM, and Lead Veterinary Technician Taylor Woehle, CVT, are dedicated to delivering the ...

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Randolph, NJ:  County College of Morris (CCM) President Tony Iacono joins an esteemed group of New Jersey presidents in higher education who have been named to ROI Influencers: Power List 2021. Iacono was chosen for the third year in a row for his leadership in opening the college’s Advanced ...

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The "Let's Talk Adoption" Conference is a dynamic and educational event coordinated entirely by CPFA volunteers and co-sponsored by the Rutgers University School of Social Work and the Adoption Agency Council of New Jersey. The goal is to educate and support those involved in the adoption ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that four former public officials and political candidates in New Jersey – including former Jersey City School Board President Sudhan Thomas and former State Assemblyman Jason O’Donnell – have been indicted by a state grand jury on charges ...

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