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Jockey Hollow Day Camp Open House

Sun, April 28, 2:00 PM

Jockey Hollow Day Camp, Mendham

Jockey Hollow Day Camp Open House

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Add to My Calendar 04/28/2019 2:00pm 04/28/2019 4:00pm America/New_York Jockey Hollow Day Camp Open House

Find out what makes our day camps the place to be! Take a tour, enjoy a few refreshments, and meet camp staff. Girls
will leave the open house excited for day camp to begin. Stop by between 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. and bring a friend or two!

Reservations are suggested in case of cancellation due to inclement weather, but not mandatory. Register online at ...

Mendham Mendham, NJ 07945

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Monday's COVID-19 Numbers from New Jersey

October 27, 2020

TRENTON, NJ - Governor Phil Murphy announced the latest COVID-19 figures from around the New Jersey during his Monday afternoon press conference, where he also said the state has submitted a draft of a coronavirus vaccine distribution plan to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC.)

There were 1,223 new cases reported, with seven new deaths.  ...

Gov. Murphy Tests Negative for Coronavirus 4 Times But Will Continue Virtual Briefings 

NEW JERSEY — Five days after Gov. Phil Murphy suddenly left a briefing in Camden County over concerns of having the coronavirus, he said Monday afternoon he has not been symptomatic and tested negative four times since last Monday.

First Lady Tammy Murphy, who entered a voluntary self-quarantine with the governor last week, has tested negative three times.

Governor Fears Newark’s COVID-19 Rollbacks Are Just the Start

NEW JERSEY — Cutting off indoor dining and mandating that all non-essential businesses close their doors at 8 p.m. are part of the measures that will begin in Newark on Tuesday, after the largest city in New Jersey confirmed more cases Sunday (101 total) than all other Essex County towns combined.

Since June 30, the city has reported at least 2,207 coronavirus cases and 42 ...

If You Care Sponsors 2020 Bergen-Passaic Walk To End Alzheimer’s

October 22, 2020

If You Care, an environmentally friendly line of kitchen and household products, again supported the Alzheimer’s Association Greater New Jersey Chapter as a leading sponsor of the 2020 Walk to End Alzheimer’s®. The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and ...

130 Rescue Dogs and Cats Safely Arrive at Morristown Airport; Escape Earthquakes and Tropical Storms in Puerto Rico

October 18, 2020

MORRISTOWN, NJ – Approximately 130 dogs and cats arrived at the Morristown Airport after being rescued from Puerto Rico. 

The Sato Project, Wings of Rescue and Greater Good Charities made it possible for these animals to touch down on October 10. All dogs and cats evacuated were either rescued from the streets of Puerto Rico or  pulled from overburdened shelters impacted by ...

Fundraisers Teach Children Essential Life Skills

Even during a pandemic, the fall season brings activities for our youth to enjoy. Activities come with a price tag and often offer the opportunity for our youth to help offset the cost by participating in money-earning activities and fundraisers. Many families chose to forego the fundraiser and simply open their wallet to pay for extracurricular activities. Before you choose to do this, think ...

Hanging on by a Thread, Some NJ Restaurateurs Fear the Worst This Winter

October 27, 2020

NEW JERSEY — During the typical holiday season, hundreds of thousands of dollars flow through the Rail Yard Tavern in Fairlawn.

From Thanksgiving to New Years, hundreds bustle in and out of the restaurant every weekend. By this time, its 186 seats are reserved months in advance for Christmas parties, one of the most lucrative times of the year. 

But not this year.

“We ...

Wood-Ridge School District Ranking

October 22, 2020

Wood-Ridge School District Ranking Report

All information and analysis provided were made using raw public data provided by the New Jersey Department of Education and the New Jersey State Government to provide an unbiased analysis of where the Wood-Ridge School District stands. This is an initial summary report, and is not the complete report. The full report will be live-streamed in a ...

Get Politics Out of Education

Dear neighbors,

At the beginning of 2020, despite the overwhelming chaos, it seemed like a year that we all came together. Despite the dark clouds and despair, there was always a silver lining. People paid more attention to one another, rekindled relationships, offered aid to those they could, and we all grew because of it. Now we are nearing the end of this tumultuous year, and it seems ...

Bobby Bing for Heights Council

Hello, my name is Bobby Bing and I am excited to share with you that I am running for a seat on the Borough of Hasbrouck Heights Council.  

I am writing this letter to introduce myself and let you know what a great privilege and honor it would be to serve my community on the Council. Before I get in to the “why” I’m running, I’d like to tell you a little about my ...

Senior Freeze Deadline Extended

October 25, 2020

We are very pleased that on October 22, 2020, the New Jersey Treasurer’s office extended the Senior Freeze filing deadline from November 2, 2020 to December 31, 2020.  This is a welcome development because many seniors were scrambling to meet the original date. 

Nevertheless, there is still a need for applications to be prepared as soon as possible.  The Treasurer’s ...

NJ State Association of Chiefs of Police: Think Twice Before Voting for Legalized Pot

October 13, 2020

Later this year, NJ voters will be asked to cast their vote on a constitutional amendment that would legalize recreational marijuana in our state for people 21 and older. This is a significant issue that most assuredly will impact public safety and quality of life issues for the residents of our New Jersey communities, as well as for the millions of visitors that we welcome to our state each ...