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Morris County Youth Football League Donates $22,500 to Local Families in Need

December 14, 2017

DENVILLE, NJ- Late November and the month of December are often considered the season of giving; a time to think about helping others.  So it was fitting that on Tuesday Dec. 5, the Morris County Youth football League generously donated $22,500 to local families in need at their annual banquet, held at the Zeris Inn in Denville.

MCYFL Charities, the charity arm of the league, was born ...

Local County Residents Attend Morris County Strategic Planning Meeting

WHIPPANY, NJ - Morris County Officials along with the Morris County Freeholder Board held a standing room only, open session last month where they discussed and sought input for their ten (10) year strategic plan.  

Residents from throughout the county attended the meeting to provide input for what they thought should be the most important components of the ...

Randolph Office Complex Housed a Pot Factory, say Police

RANDOLPH, NJ – A building in an office complex on Route 10 was being used to grow marijuana police said today, announcing the arrest of eight people they said were involved in the operation.

Authorities said they seized about 266 marijuana plants as well as marijuana “ready for packaging and distribution,” when they raided the facility on Wednesday. They said ...

Billy's Red Room Engulfed in Flames

HANOVER, NJ — A beloved neighborhood icon experienced significant damage from a fire on Nov. 27. Firefighters battled the blaze at Billy & Madeline's Red Room in Hanover on Monday afternoon and the damage appeared extensive.

Several were sent to the hospital for smoke inhalation. The extent of the damage is unclear. Since it happened on a Monday and the restaurant ...

Tickets Now On Sale for First Night Morris

MORRISTOWN, NJ - First Night Morris is celebrating its 26th anniversary Dec. 31 as one of New Jersey’s biggest and brightest First Night events — an alcohol-free, family-friendly New Year’s Eve celebration of the arts where you can experience everything from a Metropolitan Opera star to inflatable dinosaurs.

There will be nearly 200 artists and 85 events in 24 ...

Morris County Sheriff's K-9 Unit Comes to St. Patrick School in Chatham for "Genius Hour"

CHATHAM, NJ - Jim VanValen got a rise out of the St. Patrick School students when he described how his K-9 partner could track down a burglar who came into the school and stole all the homework assignments.

The Morris County Sheriff's K-9 Unit came to St. Patrick School in Chatham on Wednesday morning to give a talk on how the dogs are used to smell for explosives, accelerants, and ...

Layups 4 Life Charity Hoops Tourney Leaves Roxbury

ROXBURY, NJ - For the first time since its inception in 2014 by a Roxbury High School graduate, the popular Layups 4 Life 3-on-3 charity basketball tournament will not take place in Roxbury in 2018.

Tournament founder Dan Exter has moved the event to the Parsippany PAL Youth Center, a venue that offers more room than the Roxbury High School gymnasium. The departure ...

Kellyanne Conway Returns to New Jersey to Speak with Morris County Women

BRANCHBURG, NJ - A caravan of Morris County women traveled to the Fox Hollow Country Club to hear fellow Jersey Girl Kellyanne Conway speak about the economy, the impending tax overhaul and life working at the White House.  

Kellyanne arrived to thunderous applause as women mostly from Morris, Somerset, Hunterdon and Middlesex counties stood and cheered. Attendance was ...

Innovation Thrives at the Morris County Economic Development Forum

PARSIPPANY, NJ - On Friday, November 3rd The Morris County Economic Development hosted it annual Growth and Innovation Forum at the Sheraton Parsippany where a full house of business leaders learned about the latest developments in Innovation strategies throughout the region.

The keynote speaker was John Stecher, the Chief Innovation Officer of Barclays Capital who spoke about the importance ...

Montville Businesses Help Make 'One Day One School' a Lasting Legacy

EAST HANOVER, N.J.-It was a typical Saturday in the fall in East Hanover. Hanover Park campus was buzzing; not just with hornet pride, but with love for community. It  was  the site of “One Day One School” beautification and safety initiative; and just about everywhere you looked someone was helping out someone else with the same end goal.

By 9:30 am trees were ...

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