MONTVILLE, NJ - The Montville Township Public Schools will be closed on Thursday, Jan. 4 due to weather conditions, according to Superintendent of Schools René Rovtar.
Snow Forecast Closes Montville Township Public Schools on Thursday, Jan. 4
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By KELLY CHANMay 21, 2018
MONTVILLE, NJ - On Sunday night, students from Robert R. Lazar Middle School, alongside Spanish teachers Jaime Novak and Maria D’Apolito, held a bowling fundraiser at Boonton Lanes to support victims of Hurricane Maria.
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By ALEX ORR, JR.May 21, 2018
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By ALEX ORR, JR.May 20, 2018
BALTIMORE, MD — Ka-Ching! Ka-Ching!
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By MELISSA BENNOMay 20, 2018
MONTVILLE, NJ – Joe Signorella, a fifth grader at Cedar Hill Elementary School in Towaco, wanted to come up with a great idea for his Treps marketplace booth. Treps is an afterschool program that teaches the students how to run a business: advertising, pricing, financing. But first you have to come up with your product or service.
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