Montville "U": Medical Mysteries

Montville resident Dr. Steven Marcus, former Director of the NJ Poison Center, shares the story of an interesting case.  This is just one of the stories of challenging and unusual cases from Dr. Macus'  experience as a Medical Toxicologist. He is the author of the  recently published book, "Medical Toxicology: Antidotes and Anecdotes." Registration required.  Adults only.

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  1. 973-402-0900
  2. pogorman@montvillelibrary.org
Thu, January 31
1:00 pm — 2:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 01/31/2019 1:00pm 01/31/2019 2:00pm America/New_York Montville "U": Medical Mysteries

Montville resident Dr. Steven Marcus, former Director of the NJ Poison Center, shares the story of an interesting case. This is just one of the stories of challenging and unusual cases from Dr. Macus' experience as a Medical Toxicologist. He is the author of the recently published book, "Medical Toxicology: Antidotes and Anecdotes." Registration required. Adults only.

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Murphy Denounces Shooting at Cops' Home, Signs Environmental Law, Reports COVID Numbers at Briefing

September 18, 2020

TRENTON, NJ – Gov. Phil Murphy began Friday’s COVID-19 press briefing on a somber note by expressing his outrage over two gunmen who fired on the home of two Camden County police officers while their newborn baby was inside.

The gunmen shot at the officers’ home in Camden late Tuesday and struck the home at least six times, according to Camden police. The couple were inside ...

Gov. Murphy Signs Legislation Aiming to Strengthen New Jersey’s Long-Term Care Industry

TRENTON, NJ -- Saying that residents and staff of long-term care facilities in New Jersey have borne an outsized burden of the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Phil Murphy signed several pieces of legislation on Wednesday to address systemic challenges, mitigate the impact of COVID-19, and strengthen preparedness for future outbreaks.

Of the more than 14,000 New Jersey residents killed by ...

NJ Health Commissioner Warns of Possible ‘Twin-Demic’ at COVID Press Briefing

TRENTON, NJ -- NJ Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli today, during the governor's COVID-19 press briefing, warned of a possible “twin-demic” this year during flu season and urged New Jerseyans to get their flu shots.  

“As we enter the fall season, we are also moving into the flu season. This year we are preparing for the possibility of a twin-demic,” ...

The League of Women Voters of Mountain Lakes Has Lost Their Way

September 17, 2020

Dear Editor,

Breaking with longstanding tradition, the Mountain Lakes Republican candidates for Borough Council recently declined an invitation to participate in a League of Women Voters of Mountain Lakes (LWVML) candidate forum. As a former mayor, past League President for 4 years, and 25+-year member of LWVML I can say confidently – they have made the right call and we should all ...

Bloomfield Avenue/Route 159 westbound lane closure begins tonight in Montville

September 18, 2020

Bridge deck repair and pavement overlay work part of UHPC pilot project

TRENTON, NJ - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced a lane closure on Bloomfield Avenue/CR 159 westbound beginning tonight at the Bridge over Passaic River as an Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) bridge deck repair and pavement overlay project begins in Montville, Morris ...

Kiwanis Club of Montville Installs New Officers

September 19, 2020

MONTVILLE, NJ – The members of the Kiwanis Club of Montville gathered in-person for the first time (after months of Zoom meetings) on the open-air balcony of Rails Steakhouse in Towaco Sept. 9 to celebrate their 42nd annual installation of club officers. The Montville Kiwanians were joined by NJ Kiwanis Lt. Governor (Division 9) Frank Cahill of Parsippany, who presided over the swearing in ...

Jewish Federation Grants Are Helping Area Pre-schools Re-open

September 18, 2020

WHIPPANY, NJ —Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ awarded grants of up to $12,000 to 22 area synagogue-based early childhood centers (ECCs) to help them prepare to safely re-open for the 2020-2021 school year. The grant funding, totaling $259,000, was approved by Federation’s COVID19 Emergency Response Team.

“In any given year, Federation provides on-going support ...

IRS reminds taxpayers who filed an extension that the Oct. 15 due date approaches - File and pay electronically, request direct deposit for refunds

WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service today reminds taxpayers who filed an extension that the Oct. 15 due date to file 2019 tax returns is approaching. Taxpayers should complete their tax returns and file on or before the Oct. 15 deadline.

Convenient electronic filing options, including IRS Free File, are still available. Taxpayers and tax professionals should continue to use ...

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RE/MAX Neighborhood Properties Open Houses This Weekend - September 19 & 20, 2020

The following homes have OPEN HOUSES presented by RE/MAX NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES this weekend.  Please note that all open houses must comply with indoor gathering restrictions, including the requirement of face coverings for all attendees and social distancing.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20:

20 Franklin Lane, Kinnelon
From 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Contact AUDREY KLINGER for more ...

Returning Home from School

School plays a crucial role in your child’s development, educational achievement, health, and well-being. As schools have reopened across New Jersey, parents, guardians, and caregivers have had to make decisions based on several factors that are best for their child, evaluating health concerns, work situations, and options for schooling.

While some schools opted for remote learning ...

Tropical Storm Isaias Update

FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) utilities continue restoration efforts for customers of Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) who lost power as a result of Tropical Storm Isaias. Service has been restored to approximately 566,000 JCP&L customers – more than 72% of the 788,000 customers impacted by the storm.

More than 8,000 utility personnel from JCP&L, other ...

Night Walk: In Memory of 9/11

Night Walk: In memory of 9/11

 

A cool night, finally. A soft breeze.

 

Walking, walking, no distractions other than an occasional car passing by.

Crickets and katydids surround me with their chirping song.

 

No real sense of distance in the darkened streets.

Houses make themselves known by lights peeking through window ...

Grounded

At the risk of sounding political, I believe in science.

I spent way too many hours subjecting my brain to a Math-O-Matic blender of science classes in school to discount it. Let’s face it, nobody would have made it that hard if there wasn’t some validity to it.

Oh I believe in other important stuff too, like astrology and miracles for instance, but a well-accepted scientific ...