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It’s Not Too Late to Get Girl Scout Cookies! Girl Scouts Planning Cookie Booth Sales

March 15, 2019

RIVERDALE, NJ — Did you forget to order your favorite cookie treat?  It’s not too late! Girl Scouts across northern New Jersey will continue selling Girl Scout Cookies through April 14. More than 1,000 booth sales are planned throughout Bergen, Morris, Passaic, Sussex and northern Warren counties.

“We often hear customers say that they do not know a Girl Scout who is ...

Save the Date for Relay for Life

MONTVILLE, NJ – Relay for Life of Greater Montville Township urges residents to “save the date.”

Relay for Life is the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, when members of the community are invited to join survivors and loved ones walk to raise funds for the ACS while sharing stories and enjoying festivities coordinated to honor the battles fought against the ...

Mason March Madness Beefsteak and Brews Party

MONTVILLE, NJ – The William Mason Elementary School fifth grade parents are sponsoring a “Mason March Madness Beefsteak and Brews” party on March 29.

The party is adults only and will be held at the Lake Valhalla Club from 7 to 11 p.m. There will be beer, wine and soda, a DJ, a silent auction, 50/50 and wine and beer pull. Wear your favorite sports team shirt or jersey! ...

Traffic Alert for Changebridge Road Starting Monday

MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township issued a traffic alert for Changebridge Road.

Starting Monday, March 11, Changebridge Road will be closed between Schneider Lane and Church Lane from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. due to gas line work.

Buses and local traffic will be allowed through as necessary.

Residents are asked to please use River Road and follow detours where required, and they ...

Churches Hope to Raise Awareness of Stigmatized Issues; Holding Event to Honor Contest Winners

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville United Methodist and Boonton United Methodist Churches are sponsoring a hope-filled community event designed to reduce stigma called “Rising Out of the Ashes” on Friday, March 8 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Montville UMC.

The event is primarily being held to recognize their Stigma Free Essay Contest winners and to raise awareness of stigmatized issues ...

NJ Governor Declares State of Emergency at 3PM Due To Impending Weather Event

Governor Murphy Declares State of Emergency

TRENTON – Due to the impending snow event, an announcement was made by the Governor.

Called a State of Emergency, the announcement generally provides municipal, county and state agencies to put in place emergency preparedness measures in terms of staffing and equipment to manage a weather event. The release follows:

Today, ...

Upcoming Road Work Alert

MONTVILLE, NJ – Starting on or about Monday, March 4, expect delays on Changebridge Road, in both directions, according to a release from the township.

The road will be down to one lane of traffic between Olympia Court and Millers Lane for gas main work.

Work is expected until April 8, when the project will continue all the way to Passaic Valley Road.

Closures will be announced as ...

River Road Partially Closed in Montville

MONTVILLE, NJ - River Road is currently closed between Knoll Road and Changebridge Road, according to the Montville Township Police Department.  The closure is due to emergency road construction to fix a broken water main.


President's Day Commemorated in Montville Twp.

MONTVILLE, NJ – Monday the 18th will be a quiet day in the township, as the public schools, township offices and the public library will be closed for President’s Day.

In commemoration of Washington’s birthday, these organizations will be shuttered. Certain banks will also be closed, and the US Postal Service will be closed as well. It may be best to call businesses before ...

Montville Police to Hold Meeting with Public

MONTVILLE, NJ – Mark the date: the Montville Township Police Department will be holding an informational session at the Montville Senior House on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The topics of discussion will be the recent burglaries and auto theft, including information on how to help prevent crimes from occurring and what the public can do to help police solve ...


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