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Madison 3/4 Grade Softball Teams, Chef Loryn's and Cornwell Tools Battle for Championship

June 21, 2018

MADISON, NJ - The best two softball teams in the 3/4 grade division, Cornwell Tools Madison and Chef Loryn's, competed for the championship under the lights on June 6 at the Madison Recreation Complex (MRC). 

In the bottom of the first inning, Cornwell struck first as Rowan Shapiro ,Genevieve Guenther and Sophia Christoffers all singled; Christoffers' single cleared the bases and ...

FC Motown Begins NPSL Season Undefeated; Next Home Game is Wed. June 13

MORRISTOWN, NJ - FC Motown is off to a flying start in the NPSL season, posting a conference best record of 4-0-0. Over this stretch, FC Motown has scored 14 goals over the 4 games, while conceding ZERO goals. 

After a strong start to the season, FC Motown continues to get national recognition as the team has climbed up to 4th (out of 98 teams) in the latest NPSL Power ...

Madison Resident Awarded Children's 'Book of The Year' for Second Time

June 21, 2018

MADISON, NJ - Madison resident and author, Trish Lisa Wilson, is the recipient of Creative Child’s Magazine’s 2018 Book of the Year Award, a repeat honor. Wilson’s work, A Penny For Piggy: A Tale of Save, Spend, Share was also honored by the publication in 2014. The book was reviewed by parents and educators and received the highest accolade in two categories, specifically, ...

Madison High School Class of 2018 Graduates

MADISON, NJ- Madison High School’s Class of 2018 graduated this Friday. The ceremony took place on their home football field, a privilege that the rain seized last year. For 2018, however, it was a beautiful, sunny day as the students crossed the stage.

The ceremony for the 121st graduating class of the school opened with a speech by class president, Vivian Lee. Lee recalled many ...

Madison Art Students Display Talent in District Art Show

CONVENT STATION – The main level of the Annunciation Center at The College of St. Elizabeth was turned over to student art for the evening of Tuesday, June 5.

The annual Student Art Show featuring Madison students in grades kindergarten through 12 took over the atrium and several classrooms.

Each of the district’s visual arts teachers could select up to 100 pieces of art, said ...

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Local Boys and Girls from Morris County Have a Blast at Patriots’ Path Council’s Summer STEM Institute

June 21, 2018

Robots, slime, homemade ice cream and more.  These were all experiences that children from Morris County had at the Patriots Path Council Summer STEM Institute last year.  This camp focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, fields which are critical to the modern economy and community. One of the attendants last year, Johnny C. said, “I had so much fun!  I ...

Cool Ways to Save Money This Summer

As the summer temperatures rise, home cooling costs rise as well. But there are ways to help save money without sweating the heat:

To increase your cooling system’s efficiency by as much as 20%, get it checked out for summer.  A technician will clean the condenser, make sure you have the optimal amount of refrigerant, and ensure the airflow over the coil is ...