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Madison Police Department to Participate in “Operation Take Back New Jersey”

The Madison Police Department in conjunction with the N.J. Drug Enforcement Administration is proud to host Operation Take Back New Jersey on Saturday September 29, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Citizens are encouraged to bring expired or unwanted medications to the Madison Police Department located at 62 Kings Road, Madison NJ. Officers will be stationed in the lobby collecting these substances in order to properly dispose of and prevent them from falling into the hands of our youth. 

This program is anonymous and citizens are asked to remove labels that contain personal information if at all possible. Medications may be left in the original container if desired. Liquid products should remain tightly sealed when discarded. No needles or sharps instruments will be accepted on the day of the event.

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All collected material will be disposed of using an environmentally friendly process.

Residents needing further information may visit http://www.dea.gov  or contact Lt. Darren Dachisen or Detective Paul Kosakowski at 973-593-3000.

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The Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey and the Madison Area YMCA present PhilanthrOPERA: A Musical Celebration of Philanthropy

July 19, 2018

Join the Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey and the Madison Area YMCA for PhilanthrOPERA: A Musical Celebration of Philanthropy, a gathering that celebrates music while raising money for a nonprofit that serves its community on Saturday, September 29, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. PhilanthrOPERA will take place at Grace Episcopal Church, located at 4 Madison Avenue in Madison, with a reception to follow.


AtlantiCast: Episode 18

On this week’s AtlantiCast, you’ll find out how accessing care at Atlantic Health System is now easier, more affordable and closer to home than ever, learn which item from the produce aisle could be the newest weapon against cancer, see what Atlantic Health System, the New York Times and Instagram all have in common and much more.



5 Simple Ways to Save Water this Summer

According to the L.A. Times, the average American uses an estimated 98 gallons of water EACH day.  

Here are five simple ways you can save water, to help you conserve water this summer and take some pressure off of your drains.

1. Unless you are using it, turn the faucet off. How many of us still leave the water running while we shave or brush our teeth?According to ...