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Wed, June 19

Addresses across the township, Montville

Recycle - PAPER/ CARDBOARD

Green Home & Garden

Add to My Calendar 06/19/2019 12:00am 06/20/2019 12:00am America/New_York Recycle - PAPER/ CARDBOARD

The township will be recycling CARDBOARD AND NEWSPAPERS this week.

This includes: soft cover books, junk mail, letters & envelopes, magazines & catalogs, newspapers, paper bags, cardboard (such as cereal, and tissue boxes). All corrugated cardboard boxes should be flattened.

Not accepted: pizza boxes, tetra/brick pack cartons like shelf-stable broth; 1/2 gallon milk or OJ ...

195 Changebridge Road Montville, NJ 07045 true
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Sun, June 23, 10:30 AM

Pyramid Mountain, Montville Township

Family Geocaching

Education Health & Wellness

Add to My Calendar 06/23/2019 10:30am 06/23/2019 12:00pm America/New_York Family Geocaching

Ages 7 & up. Get outside with the family, and use a GPS and map to locate hidden treasures called ‘caches,’ along the trail. Cost: $8 per person.

Intersection of Mars Court & Boonton Avenue Montville Township, NJ 07045

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Special Montville Library Hours This Week

June 18, 2019

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Public Library announced special hours this week due to the graduation ceremonies being held at the high school.

On Wednesday, June 19 and Thursday, June 20 the library will be closing at 5 p.m.

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Montville Garden Club Gives Scholarship to High School Senior

June 14, 2019

MONTVILLE, NJ – On June 6, the Garden Club of Montville presented its annual scholarship award to Montville Township High School senior Jane Marie Lai, who was an active member in the school's Earth Club.  She will be attending Rutgers New Brunswick in the fall. 

Presenting the award are Garden Club members left to right, Eleanor Weissenrieder, Lai, Mary Ann Ackerman and ...

Parsippany Hotel is the Scene of Human Trafficking Crime

June 13, 2019

PARSIPPANY, NJ - For the first time in Morris County's history, a man has been found guilty of Human Trafficking by a local jury.  A North Carolina man was convicted of drugging two young females, aged 15 and 17 and forcing them to engage in acts of prostitution in both a Rockaway Township hotel and a Parsippany hotel.  The man faces a lifetime prison sentence with no parole.

The ...

Living Lessons: Forgiveness, Charleston Church Shooting

June 15, 2019

MONTVILLE, NJ - “Forgiveness is a process," said Rev. Sharon Washington Risher, a woman who lost relatives in the shooting massacre at the Mother Emanuel African Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina on June 17, 2015. Risher was one of 53 speakers to present at “Living Lessons: Voices, Visions and Values” at Montville’s Lazar Middle School on Thursday, ...

Two Arrested in Dog Cruelty Case

June 17, 2019

FLEMINGTON, NJ – Two people have been arrested after an animal cruelty investigation that led to the recovery of 188 dogs in Kingwood.

Martin Strozeski, 66, and Marcia Knoster, 70, both of Stockton, have been charged with one count of third-degree failing to provide necessary care to 22 dogs, thereby resulting in their death; one count of fourth-degree failing to provide necessary care ...

Teen Entrepreneur Showcases Cookie Dough Pops at Franklin Food Truck Festival

June 10, 2019

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ -- TAPintoTV caught up with teen entrepreneur Jesse Glauberg, proprietor of Do Boy Cookie Dough Pops at the 2nd Annual Franklin Food Truck Festival. The festival was held at Franklin High School this past May and benefitted Project Graduation for the class of 2019.

“I’ve been making cookies for a long time in my house and I always just continuously ate the ...

Montville Garden Club Gives Scholarship to High School Senior

June 14, 2019

MONTVILLE, NJ – On June 6, the Garden Club of Montville presented its annual scholarship award to Montville Township High School senior Jane Marie Lai, who was an active member in the school's Earth Club.  She will be attending Rutgers New Brunswick in the fall. 

Presenting the award are Garden Club members left to right, Eleanor Weissenrieder, Lai, Mary Ann Ackerman and ...

Columns

Hats Off for Father’s Day

June 15, 2019

Father’s Day is this weekend and I’m sure children are hitting the stores (or are online) to find the perfect card or gift to show their appreciation for all the father figures in their lives. Celebrated since 1908, Father’s Day became a permanent holiday in 1972 when President Richard Nixon signed the law recognizing the third Sunday in June as Father’s Day.

The day is ...

Open Houses This Weekend - June 15 & 16, 2019

The following homes have OPEN HOUSES presented by RE/MAX NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES this weekend.

SATURDAY, JUNE 15:

From 12 - 2 p.m.

15 Tara Lane, Montville

Contact RANDI BENNETT & TRACY WARSAW for more info.

973-610-7123 / 973-722-8801

 

From 1 - 4 p.m.

22 Woodshire Terrace, Montville

Contact CARYL STOLLMACK-COZIN for more ...

Open Houses This Weekend - June 8 & 9, 2019

The following homes have OPEN HOUSES presented by RE/MAX NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES this weekend.

SATURDAY, JUNE 8:

From 1- 4 p.m.

2 Brooklawn Drive, Parsippany-Troy Hills Twp.

Contact TRIVENI GURIKAR for more info.

973-727-9418

 

From 1- 3 p.m.

28 Village Drive, Montville Twp.

Contact KELLY NEBESNAK for more ...

“Wings over New Jersey” columnist Jack Elliott Memorialized Sunday

My walk to high school in Summit each day took me past a large brick compound called the New England Village Garden Apartments.  The buildings were rectangular and, except for white Colonial door mantels, they were otherwise nondescript.

The village was filled with older people, who wanted to stay in town after unloading their homes. Each day, kids like me would walk by, oblivious to the ...

Despite Gilded-Age Mansion in Elizabeth, the Sisters of St. Walburga Live Modestly

The mansion on North Broad Street in Elizabeth is out of the Gilded Age, the classic kind you see on Bernardsville Mountain, tucked away in Short Hills or on the Watchung ridge roads of Upper Montclair.

Its architect, C.H.P. Gilbert, built some of the grandest townhomes on Manhattan’s Upper West Side and Park Slope in Brooklyn, for the turn-of-the-last century’s wealthiest elite, ...

On Memorial Day, Remember the Families of Those Who Paid the Ultimate Sacrifice

This weekend we gather to lay wreaths and pay homage to the men and women who died in our wars, to create or preserve our way of life. Some are buried in all corners of the world, from Normandy to Okinawa.

They have died for us over a 244-period, from Bunker Hill in 1775 to faraway Afghanistan in 2019, were about 12,000 American troops remained deployed.

For those who don’t realize we ...

How to Have the Perfect Family Vacation

The perfect family vacation. Is there such a thing?

You plan and plan, and then you plan some more. All the details are worked out. What could go wrong? Lots, actually, especially when you are tied to an ideal vision of what this vacation will look like.

Parents have shared how disappointed they’ve been with their long-awaited vacation. A great deal of it revolved around the ...

Swashbuckling Reigns with Ken Ludwig’s ‘Three Musketeers’

MADISON, NJ – The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey has opened its season with a dashing, madcap version of  Alexander Dumas’s  “The Three Musketeers.” Playwright Ken Ludwig has created a play for today’s audience, with contemporary touches and plenty of action.

The story, set in 1625 in Paris, brings a fourth musketeer into the mix as they challenge ...