NJ Animals from Past to Present

Join one of METC's educators as we explore the animals that roamed New Jersey 200 years ago and today! Each class will feature a different animal native to New Jersey, with related crafts and stories. This month: Red Cardinal.

For ages 3-5.

$10/child; $8/members.

Register for individual classes or for the whole session! Parents/guardians should plan to stay with their child during the class.

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Mon, December 09
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Add to My Calendar 12/09/2019 1:00pm 12/09/2019 1:45pm America/New_York NJ Animals from Past to Present

Join one of METC's educators as we explore the animals that roamed New Jersey 200 years ago and today! Each class will feature a different animal native to New Jersey, with related crafts and stories. This month: Red Cardinal.

For ages 3-5.

$10/child; $8/members.

Register for individual classes or for the whole session! Parents/guardians should plan to stay with their child during ...

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Madison Coldwell Bank Residential Brokerage Team sponsors the 2019 Madison Loyalty Reward Card

November 20, 2019

MADISON, NJ - The 2019 Madison Loyalty Rewards Card, sponsored by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 49 Main St., is available for purchase and is a wonderful gift for anyone, including teachers, coaches and babysitters. 

The card offers a whole year's worth of savings.   

Owners of ...

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MomLife: Yes I Can Podcast Celebrates One Year!!

November 18, 2019

MomLife: Yes I Can Podcast is celebrating one year this month and thousands of downloads!! Having the element of fear did not stop Executive Producers and Co-Creators of MomLife: Yes I Can Podcast.  They were determined to have the mindset of regular "motherhood" change.  Subscribe today to listen to episodes on Apple, Googleplay, Spotify and website at www.momlifeyesican.com

Tonight's Free Event at the Madison Public Library; Gap Year for Students

November 19, 2019

MADISON, NJ - Community members are invited to a free event at the Madison Public Library tonight, Tuesday November 19 titled; Gap Year for Students.

Katherine Stievater, a Gap Year Advisor and Founder of Gap Year Solutions will explain why gap years are growing in popularity and how any student can benefit from a gap year. She will explain different gap year options and the gap year planning ...

Madison Children Invited to Find Rosie the Rose City Reindeer

MADISON, NJ - Children are invited to participate in the month long search to Find Rosie the Rose City Reindeer. The holiday event, sponsored by The Madison Area Chamber of Commerce will begin Saturday November 30.  

More than 50 Chamber-member businesses will participate in this creative and fun activity to help highlight the holidays and all that is wonderful about shopping in ...

Santa Makes an Early Appearance in Madison; Sat. Nov. 16

MADISON, NJ - Santa will break away from his busy schedule to come and make a quick stop in Madison this Saturday from 11am - 2pm.

Santa will be at the Le Bazar de Noel, 25 Cook Avenue in Madison from 11am - 2pm. Kids will be able to take a photo with Santa as well as send a complimentary letter to Santa.


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Former Resident Offers 'Chatham Mews' Design for Post Office Plaza; Mixed Reviews on Building Between 3 and 5 Stories High

November 16, 2019

CHATHAM, NJ - Architect Dean Marchetto, a resident of Chatham Borough for 22 years, returned to his former home town on Thursday night to show off his conceptual design for the Post Office Plaza Redevelopment.

The focal point of Marchetto's design for the redevelopment on the 5.5-acre site is "Chatham Mews" a "mixed-use" residential building that rises up to five ...

Carolyn Dorfman Dance to Appear at New Madison Community Arts Center on November 17

MADISON, NJ - Carolyn Dorfman Dance, a premiere modern dance company based in New Jersey and New York City, makes their debut performance at the new Madison Community Arts Center at 10 Kings Road, on Sunday, November 17, at 3:00 p.m. 

Comprised of ten multi-ethnic, stunning dancers, Carolyn Dorfman Dance is known nationally and internationally for emotional resonance and artistic ...

Lost Dog - Have you Seen Lily? Last Seen in Madison

MORRISTOWN,NJ- Early Monday, November 4, Lily, a rust/copper colored labradoodle broke through her electric fence and is missing. 

Lily who weighs around 50 pounds lives on Morris Avenue in Morristown.  Her owner states that she is super friendly and loves treats. Although the Morristown community has had some sightings of Lily, she has not been found. Most recently her owner ...

Chatham Emergency Squad’s 16th Annual “Snow Village” Coming to Chatham Borough in December; Free Family Fun for All Ages

November 18, 2019

It’s the most wonderful time of the year - the Chatham Emergency Squad proudly presents the 16th annual Winter Wonderland / “Snow Village” taking place throughout the month of December at its Chatham Borough building, located at 31 North Passaic Avenue.

The impressive display features more than 100 Department 56 model houses, cars and figurines with a working ski lift, ice ...

This Weekend in Madison; Le Bazar de Noel

MADISON, NJ - Community members are invited to shop till you drop at the Thursday Morning Club's 39th Annual Bazar De Noel

The event takes place on Friday November 15 and Saturday November 16 from 10am - 5pm.  Admission is free and vendors will include Fennell Patch Arts which will have handpainted holiday cards, ornaments and coffee mugs, Cutco with cutlery sets and tools as well as ...

Free Event for All Morris County Residents: Alzheimer's 101

BOONTON, NJ -  A free event is being offered to all Morris County Residents on Thursday November 14 from 10:30am - 11:30 at the Boonton Holmes Public Library. The event will focus on Alzheimer's Disease specifically looking at all aspects of the disease and treatments.

The workshop, sponsored by Alzheimer's New Jersey,  will also provide an overview for anyone who ...

Mom Joins Daughters in Learning to Swim at the Y

Silvia now swims with her family. That might not sound like big news—but it is. The wife and mother of two didn’t know how to swim and was afraid of the water. One thing Silvia was determined to make sure of as a result? Her daughters Lupe and Luci would learn how to swim. And they did. From the age of 4, both girls took swim lessons at the Madison Area YMCA when they were in ...

Crafter's Cafe at the Madison Library

Drop in and enjoy some of the crafting we have done throughout the year! Painting, beading, and other library classics. Snack will be served with our smorgasbord of crafting.

The event takes place at the Madison Library, located at  39 Keep Streetat 2pm- 4pm on December 30

Free Event: In Conversation with Julie Maloney and MaryAnn McFadden

MADISON, NJ - Madison residents are invited to a conversation with Julie Maloney and MaryAnn McFadden at the Madison Library on Tuesday October 29 at 7pm. 

Julie Maloney and MaryAnn McFadden, both novelists and writing partners, will have a conversation including topics such as their book, what it's like to be writing "partners” and navigating the writing process and the ...

Man Stealing 3 Filet Mignons Flees Shoprite, Carjacks a Car and Causes Mayhem

November 20, 2019

PARSIPPANY, NJ - On what sounds like a scripted police tv show, a scene of mayhem and alleged criminal behavior all started with a man stealing three beef tenderloin roasts from Shop-Rite.  The full account released from the Parsippany police is listed below:

On 11/12/19 at approximately 12:30 PM, Shoprite Loss Prevention personnel observed a male, later identified as Alcides Moreira, ...

Algae Bloom Powwow Brings Governor to Roxbury

ROXBURY, NJ – Gov. Phil Murphy came to Roxbury today to announce a 3-pronged plan to address harmful algal blooms (HABs) like the one that crippled Lake Hopatcong this summer.

Murphy chose the headquarters of the Lake Hopatcong Foundation – the refurbished former Lake Hopatcong train station- to join a phalanx of 21 federal, state, county and local officials for the meeting. At the ...

A Hero's Welcome Celebrates a Marine's Homecoming

November 19, 2019

TETERBORO, NJ - A Corporal in United States Marine Corps received a surprise on Sunday as he received a hero's welcome from the local community. The event was coordinated by A Hero's Welcome North Jersey.

Corporal Angel Vera had been deployed in Afghanistan for one year. He and his mother received a surprise escort from the Hackensack ...

Victim Identified in South Orange NJ Transit Train Pedestrian Strike

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ - The woman struck and killed yesterday by a NJ Transit train has been identified. Barbara Vorhees of New Providence died when she was hit near Mountain Station. She was 60 years old. 

A New Jersey Transit spokesperson advised that at approximately 12:30 p.m., Morris and Essex NJ Transit Train #6625 which had departed Penn Station New York at 11:46 a.m. and ...

America's First Daughter by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie

America’s First Daughter  by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie (William Morrow, 2016)


Thomas Jefferson, the author of the Declaration of Independence, was a complicated man. The narrative of America’s First Daughter, told in the voice of Jefferson’s adoring daughter, Patsy, gives us Jefferson, the hero. However, as Patsy matures, she can’t deny that her ...

The Governor and Senate President: Perfect Together??

The 1947 New Jersey Constitution gave our governor enormous power to nominate and appoint people to many state positions: From the Attorney General to all county prosecutors to Superior Court judges to the New Jersey Supreme Court to the Board of Public Utilities to members of Pine Barrens Commission, amongst many many others.  The New Jersey Governor has lots of nominatin' to ...

Holiday Display of Dazzling Lights Captivates Belmar’s Downtown District

November 18, 2019

BELMAR, NJ — The new holiday lights in downtown Belmar is the talk of the town these days. And most people like what they see — street poles wrapped in thousands of tiny white lights along each side of Main Street, creating a stunning runway effect for 11 blocks when nighttime falls.

The dazzling LED display is the Belmar Business Partnership’s latest effort to boost the ...

Violin virtuoso Lara St. John and classical/jazz pianist Matt Herskowitz will grace the stage at St. Paul’s, Westfield, on Sunday, November 17 at 5pm

Violin virtuoso Lara St. John is the featured artist in this year’s second Steeple Concert at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Westfield.  She will be joined by classically trained jazz pianist Matt Herskowitz. The general public is cordially invited to attend and enjoy the music of this outstanding duo on Sunday, November 17 at 5 p.m. at St. Paul’s. 

Lara St. John, a ...

Celebrate the Holidays with the Model Railroad Club at the 2019 Annual Holiday Sound and Light Show

The annual Holiday Sound and Light Show hosted by The Model Railroad Club is back for another season at the A. Paul Mallery Model Railroad Center in Union Township. The centerpiece of the festivities is the club’s sprawling, meticulously detailed HO scale layout.

“The Holiday Sound and Light Show is a favorite activity for many people in and around Union County,” said ...

Shared Spaces Help a Small New Jersey Baking Business Rise

November 20, 2019

Two years ago, Erica Leahy left her job as a pastry chef and started baking for friends and family.  After getting her company going in a shared commercial kitchen, or kitchen “incubator,” today she owns Three Daughters Baking Company, and will soon run a café inside an innovative new store in Maplewood.

As one of the entrepreneurs at General Store Cooperative ...

NJ Senate President Sweeney Discusses Statewide Vaping Ban & Marijuana Legalization on State of Affairs

November 20, 2019

NEW JERSEY -- Steve Adubato sat down with New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney on State of Affairs to discuss the path forward to marijuana legalization and a new push to ban vaping across the state. 

“It’s an epidemic right now,” Sweeney said, about the vaping crisis. “People are getting sick. It’s worse than cigarettes because cigarettes have a ...

The problem with the diet industry

November 19, 2019

Americans spend over $60 billion a year on diet and weight loss products.

Yet, people are more obese than ever.

We have seen the low-fat craze, the low- or no-carb phase, the paleo, south beach, keto… the list goes on…

The diet industry wants us to think if we just cut carbs, eat less of this or more of that, that we will easily lose weight. Everyone wants a quick fix - and ...

Letter to the Editor from Madison Chamber of Commerce

November 15, 2019

Dear Editor,

Saturday, October 5 was a beautiful day with spring like temperatures when 126 registered car enthusiasts entered their vehicles into competition at our 27th Annual Chamber of Commerce/PBA #92 Car Show at Bottle Hill Day. The caliber of cars is always of the highest standard and 77 special awards were presented in various categories.

The judges unanimously awarded ...

Madison Area YMCA Joins Chatham United Methodist Church to Aid Victims of Disasters

November 20, 2019

The Madison Area YMCA joined Chatham United Methodist Church for the second year to aid victims of disaster by filling “Flood Bucket” cleaning kits. 

The buckets contain essential items such as laundry detergent, household cleaner, dish soap, clotheslines, clothespins, sponges, scouring pads, scrub brushes, cleaning wipes, kitchen and work gloves, trash bags and dust masks.

In this Season of Giving, NJ Human Services is Fighting Hunger by Connecting People to New Jersey's Food Assistance Program

Governor Murphy Declares NJ SNAP Awareness Week as Holiday Season Approaches;

NJ Human Services Working with Food Pantries, the Faith Community, Grocers and Others to Help New Jerseyans Connect to SNAP 

(TRENTON) -  As Thanksgiving approaches and thoughts turn to food, friends and family, New Jersey Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced a special focus ...