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NJ TRANSIT’s Mobile App Upgrades: Keeping Riders in the Know

NEW JERSEY – With more and more riders returning to public transportation, NJ TRANSIT’s recent changes to mobile apps literally represent well-timed upgrades.

Smartphone users can readily appreciate the ease of information available at their fingertips. A few swipes on the mobile app replace the need for paper schedules and more.  The mobile app is available on both Google ...

Buggin' Halloween Photo Contest

Viking's 3rd Annual Buggin' Halloween Photo Contest Starts Friday, October 1, 2021!  Submit a photo of you, your pet, or a loved one dressed as a creepy-crawly bug, insect, or another pest for your chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card and other awesome prizes! Click here to learn more and enter the contest!

Bloomfield Mayor Michael Venezia Releases Statement on Bloomfield College Financial Woes

October 24, 2021

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -- Following the announcement that Bloomfield College, like numerous small, private colleges throughout the country was facing financial difficulties, Bloomfield Mayor Michael Venezia has released the following statement:

"Bloomfield College makes up a critical part of our township DNA and we are all deeply saddened and concerned to see the recent headlines citing their ...

North Jersey Lawmaker Wins Statewide "Good Government" Award

October 23, 2021

TRENTON - There was no shortage of pressing topics at the Food Council Committee for Good Government’s (FCCfGG ) 47th Annual Good Government Presentation held October 21 on a virtual platform. 

Lawmakers and food industry leaders discussed key consumer and business issues and honored industry professionals and policy makers during the event presentations. FCCfGG flipped the ...

'Talley's Folly' Explores the Human Heart

The Summit Playhouse brings a touching production of  “Talley’s Folly” to the stage after an almost two-year hiatus, due to the covid disruption.

This two-character play by Langston Wilson is the last of a trilogy about the Talley family in Lebanon, Missouri. Wilson won a Pulitzer Prize for the play in 1980.

The action takes place in 1944 on the 4th of July. The ...

'Songs for a New World' Merges Rock, Ballads, Jazz

Millburn, NJ - Yes, Paper MIll Playhouse has now reopened with a dazzling production of “Songs for a New World.”  

There are plenty of precautions before entering the theatre, including masks for the audience, proof of vaccination and photo i.d. (probably a driver’s license.)  Still, it’s good to know all that going in, so there are no surprises ...

Participate in the Visions and Pathways Pre-Holiday Season Auction to Support NJ Youth

October 23, 2021

Dear Friends:

 

For more than fifty years, Visions and Pathways (V&P) has helped over 11,000 vulnerable youth and their families in northern and central NJ by offering community-based prevention initiatives, and providing shelter, counseling and life skills training to young adults in our group homes. We are grateful to the many donors and volunteers who have helped us along the ...

What Montclair Residents Need to Know About New Jersey's Soon-to-Be Implemented Ban on Bags 

October 25, 2021

MONTCLAIR, NJ – New Jersey shoppers will soon need to remember more than just their list and coupons when they head to most stores when the state-wide ban on single-use plastic and paper bags will go into effect. 

The plastic bag ban, which was already implemented as a local ordinance in Montclair, will now be a statewide effort. Approved by Gov. Phil Murphy last year, the ban goes ...

Bloomfield Mayor Michael Venezia Releases Statement on Bloomfield College Financial Woes

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -- Following the announcement that Bloomfield College, like numerous small, private colleges throughout the country was facing financial difficulties, Bloomfield Mayor Michael Venezia has released the following statement:

"Bloomfield College makes up a critical part of our township DNA and we are all deeply saddened and concerned to see the recent headlines citing their ...

Obama Backs Murphy in His Essex County Visit as Gov. Race Heats Up 

NEWARK, NJ — Former President Barack Obama came to Newark Saturday to boost Democratic incumbent Gov. Phil Murphy’s re-election bid, bringing his unique brand of political charisma to Weequahic Park on the first day of early voting in New Jersey. 

Obama’s stop in the South Ward echoed his visit to the state’s largest city four years ago to back Murphy's ...

Get to Know The Shakers at Brookdale Reformed Church Nov 7

BLOOMFIELD, NJ - The Shakers are a Christian movement dedicated to making real the Gospel message through living a life of simplicity and love for God and neighbor together in community. You probably have experienced the Shakers through some of their many contributions to American life: if you have used a flat broom, clothing pin, or wash machine, heard the song ...

North Jersey Lawmaker Wins Statewide "Good Government" Award

TRENTON - There was no shortage of pressing topics at the Food Council Committee for Good Government’s (FCCfGG ) 47th Annual Good Government Presentation held October 21 on a virtual platform. 

Lawmakers and food industry leaders discussed key consumer and business issues and honored industry professionals and policy makers during the event presentations. FCCfGG flipped the ...

Montclair Township Council: We Are Addressing Broken Parking Meter Concerns

MONTCLAIR, NJ - During the October 19 Council meeting, the Montclair Township Council heard from the public on concerns regarding dozens of parking meters throughout the Township. As a result of faulty meters, residents have been racking up tickets.

During the meeting, the council discussed operational plans to resolve the pressing issue of the ...