JCP&L Prepares for Winter Storm With Plan and Additional Crews

March 14, 2017

MORRISTOWN, NJ –  Food? Check. Water? Check. Shovels? Check. Electricity? Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) is monitoring and will continue to monitor the winter storm that is developing along the East Coast. The company has stated that personnel are prepared to respond should the forecasted heavy snowfall and high winds cause power outages. To prepare for the weather event, ...

Feng Shui Elements Taught at Montville Township Public Library

MONTVILLE, NJ – Lecturer Michelle Zanoni taught about the five elements of feng shui and how using them can lead to one’s “dream home” at the Montville Township Public Library on Feb. 8.

Zanoni had been a designer of wallpaper and textiles for more than 20 years, she said, but when she learned about feng shui, it opened up a “world of energy.”

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Montville Garden Club Learns About Flower Arranging

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Garden Club hosted its Feb. 1 meeting, where former president Carolyn Deevey taught members how to create a centerpiece, boutonniere and vase presentation of cut flowers.

Deevey taught the members about the various craft items available to make vases and containers attractive, such as leaf ribbon – wide ribbon that actually looks like ribbon ...

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Montville Township Sponsors Opiate Epidemic Seminar for Realtors®

March 21, 2017

MONTVILLE, NJ - The Montville Township Health Department is sponsoring a seminar called “The Opiate Epidemic – What Realtors Can Do” on Tuesday, March 28 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Montville Township Municipal Building.

This program is open to all Realtors® and members of the public who are selling their homes, or may be planning to.

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Former Montville Educator and Resident to Share Book Royalties

Author Dr. Janet A. Munger (Dr. JAM) would like to ease the burden in helping to make her books available to non-profit organizations, i.e.:  schools, churches, libraries, hospitals, charitable organizations through Amazon book sales.  She has already priced her books at the lowest cost allowed—considering external costs for manufacturing, distribution, and royalties (in some ...