Drug Awareness Council Meeting


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Wed, March 11
7:30 pm — 11:45 pm
Add to My Calendar 03/11/2020 7:30pm 03/11/2020 11:45pm America/New_York Drug Awareness Council Meeting


195 Changebridge Road Montville, NJ 07045

195 Changebridge Road
Montville, NJ 07045

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That is Not True

April 7, 2020

NEW JERSEY - Understanding facts vs. fiction during a pandemic could save lives. In response to the many rumors circling about COVID-19, the State of New Jersey put together a website to help us all filter through the information. From fraud, scams, and wives’ tales about the virus, how it is contracted, spread, and aborted, this website has it all. Next time your friend or family ...

Murphy Orders County, State Parks Closed as Coronavirus Cases Rise to 44,416

TRENTON, NJ — State and county parks are closing to help contain the spread of coronavirus, under one of a handful of executive orders the governor signed Tuesday.

Gov. Phil Murphy ordered that the parks be closed to help with enforcement of social distancing. Authorities have found too many times that people are wrongly gathering in parks, Murphy said.

“We understand that ...

NJ Coronavirus Growth Rate Slowing, But State is Not Anywhere Close to Being out of the Woods, Murphy Says

TRENTON, NJ — While New Jersey is starting to see the curve begin to flatten when it comes to the coronavirus spread, Gov. Phil Murphy urged all to continue to be diligent in following his stay at home orders and social distancing.

“While we are not anywhere close to being out of the woods yet,” said Murphy. “We are clearly on the right path to get ...


April 1, 2020

To Whom It May Concern:

Last Thursday I begin to feel/exhibit some of the known systems.  I watched my temperature, washed my hands, isolated and didn’t leave my home.

However on a Telemed appointment with my doctor he quizzed me and determined I needed to take the test.  I fought him on this because I felt others deserved it more.  However, due to my age, previous ...

Montville Kiwanis Food Pantry Remains Open During Pandemic, Donations Needed

April 7, 2020

MONTVILLE, NJ - The Montville Kiwanis Food Pantry will remain open to serve those in need during these difficult times.  The Pantry is located at 91 Passaic Valley Road. Hours of operation are Thursdays, 4PM-6PM, and Saturdays, 10AM-12Noon.

Operating procedures have been altered in compliance with local health department guidelines. Regular clients, and residents impacted by this ...

15 Girl Scout Silvers Honored by Montville Township Committee, Freeholders

April 6, 2020

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee met March 10 and honored the 15 township Girl Scouts who achieved their Silver Awards.

As detailed in this article – 15 Montville Girl Scouts Attain Silver Award – the girls, from troops 94559 and 94916, carried out projects regarding animals, refugees and recycling – some in teams and some solo. Their achievement ...

Morris County Jail is in Lockdown; 9 Inmates and 20 Officers/Staff Test Positive for COVID-19

April 6, 2020

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  The Morris County Jail is in lockdown mode after 20 officers and civilian staff as well as 9 inmates have tested positive for coronavirus, said authorities.

As of Monday, nine Morris County Correctional Facility inmates have tested positive for COVID-19, which reflects 6.3 percent of the inmate population, said authorities. There are several other inmates who are ...

Caldwell-West Caldwell Community Mourns Death of Middle School Principal

April 3, 2020

CALDWELL, NJ — The Caldwell-West Caldwell (CWC) Public Schools district has announced the death of James Brown, a loving husband and father of three, after seven years serving as principal of Grover Cleveland Middle School (GCMS) and more than 20 years of employment with the district.

The community should be aware that although several residents have posted on social media about his ...

New Jersey's Garry Pastore Wins Second “Best Supporting Actor" Award for 'Shooting Heroin' at Garden State Film Festival

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- Scotch Plains native Garry Pastore won his second “Best Supporting Actor" award for his role as a beleaguered small town sheriff overwhelmed by the opioid epidemic when he was honored this week for his role in Shooting Heroin at the Garden State Film Festival this weekend.

Pastore won his first award for “Best supporting Actor” ...

MTHS Chamber Choir Performs "Earth Song" – Harmonizing Together From A Distance 

April 7, 2020

Distance Learning Results in Inspiring Virtual Vocal Performance as Montville Township High School Choir Releases a Harmonic Tribute to Singing in Times of Challenge

MONTVILLE, NJ - Music unites, even in times when Distance Learning, due to COVID-19 and Social Distancing, separates students and teachers from classrooms and each other.

On Monday, March 30, Montville Township High ...

Celebrated Music Photographer Elliott Landy Reflects on the Beginnings of his Legendary Career

April 4, 2020

LITTLE FALLS, NJ & WOODSTOCK, NY -- Brian Brodeur of TAPintoTV spoke with celebrated photographer Elliott Landy via video conference from his home in Woodstock, New York. Landy, who was the official photographer of the 1969 Woodstock music festival, has a new project in the works, a book of photographs called Contacting The Band, a collection of portraits depicting the musicians, The ...

Cycling to Help Find a Cure for Type 1 Diabetes

April 7, 2020

Lake Hiawatha resident Brian Donlin continues to train and fund-raise to help to find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). Every year, hundreds of cyclists gather in different cities to ride in support of JDRF research at their “Ride to Cure T1D” events. Some are kids and adults with T1D, and some are the friends and family that ...

Business as (UN)Usual, We are Still Here for You

We pray for everyone's health and safety during this time. 

We are working remotely and available for all your real estate needs or anything else we can help with.

Give us a call at 973-334-3341 and visit our website at RE/MAX Neighborhood Properties.


Blanc Display Group Manufactures Face Shields and Wall Guards to Help Fight COVID-19

Blanc Display Group, a merchandising leader in signage and displays to the retail industry for over 20 years has reorganized its Dover, NJ and Amsterdam, NY manufacturing operations to include producing Clear Face Shields and Wall Guards to meet the emergent need and demand created by the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.

A combination of manufacturing and assembly together with employee ingenuity ...


The CARES Act and What It Means for NJ Small Businesses

March 28, 2020

The $2.2 trillion coronavirus economic stimulus bill is providing a lifeline for small businesses in New Jersey and across the country in states that have been hit hard by the epidemic.

The cornerstone of the legislation for business owners is a bold a $349 billion lending program for companies that are currently struggling to make payroll and pay other bills. It also provides increased ...

Dealing Reasonably with an Unreasonable Teen

It’s a true story.  Eighteen-year old high school senior, Jen, wants her own car because:

a) mom’s car isn’t often available to her.
b) taking the bus is not cool and takes longer.
c) she and her boyfriend broke up, so there goes that ride, too.

We talked about Jen’s needs versus her wants, her participation in the search and purchase of the car, and her ...

Decrease Coronavirus Stress with Morning Affirmations

Affirmations are positive phrases or statements used to challenge negative or unhelpful thoughts.

What does Science say?

Science, yes. Magic, no. Positive affirmations require regular practice if you want to make lasting, long-term changes to the ways that you think and feel.

Top Benefits of Affirmations

1. Self-affirmations have been shown to decrease health-deteriorating ...

Picking Up the Pieces

I read that with all of this family time spent indoors, jigsaw puzzles are in high demand.

Ironically, I find this puzzling because I myself am not a big puzzle person. Nor is my family.

I have puzzled a few times with ill effects. After about 30 minutes my eyes begin to cross, my fingers grow numb, and I start to drool, with very little to show for my efforts. In contrast, I can experience ...

Welcome to Mommy Mayor

Six years ago I started this journey that I called Mommy Mayor. I was embarking on my third year on council, my first term as Mayor and I did so with a toddler and infant in hand.

I started Mommy Mayor as an opportunity to highlight all that woman can do, to bring awareness to the successes and obstacles that come with being a working mom and a mom in public service. To be honest I also did it ...