Businesses Celebrate Success at the Morris County EDC Awards Luncheon

March 19, 2018

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Over 220 business executives gathered to celebrate the successes of the Morris County businesses that were awarded distinctions at the Morris County Economic Development's annual awards luncheon.  This year's event was held at the Wyndham/Hamilton Park Conference Center and featured a Keynote address from William DeRosa, Chief of Oncology at Summit Medical Group ...

Floating Classroom Will Help Roxbury Kids Embrace 'Their' Lake Hopatcong

ROXBURY, NJ – There are plenty of kids living in Roxbury who’ve never been on Lake Hopatcong, says lake buff Marty Kane. He’s even confident many don’t realize their town borders the big lake.

That’s one of the reasons Kane, chairman of the Lake Hopatcong Foundation Board of Trustees, is bubbling with excitement about the upcoming launch of the ...

Freeholders Say Storm Damages in Morris County Exceed $5.7 Million and Counting

MORRISTOWN, NJ - A preliminary damage assessment estimating damages and resource allocation associated with the recent back to back storms that caused extensive damage and power outages has been released by the Morris County Office of Emergency Management.

The report estimates that the current costs are $1,920,090 for Winter Storm Riley and $3,785,774 for Winter Storm Quinn. The ...

New Discover History Center in Morristown Now Open

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Grand Opening of the Discover History Center at Washington's Headquarters Museum was held on Saturday Feb. 17. 

Morristown National Historical Park and the Washington Association of New Jersey held the Grand Opening of the Discover History Center announcing the completion of the Military Gallery at Washington’s Headquarters Museum. This was ...

Reward Offered for Info on Ring Stolen in Denville

DENVILLE, NJ - Morris County law enforcement authorities are offering a reward up to $1,000 for information related to the theft of a "unique" ring in Denville.

The reward, being offered by Morris County Crimestoppers, relates to the theft of a gold Cartier "Love" ring that "was taken out of the cosmetology classroom at the Morris County School of Technology, said ...

Sheriff Jim Gannon Packs the House

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Hundreds of people spent last Tuesday evening at the Birchwood Manor to support Morris County Sheriff Jim Gannon at his second annual St. Patrick's Day/St. Joseph's Day event.

There were bagpipes, Irish dancers, balloons and both Irish and Italian food.  Many of the county's finest were in attendance in both ceremony and participation.

Many elected ...

Morris Freeholders Honor Youth Hockey Team for its Europe Success

MORRISTOWN, NJ - A Morris County-based youth hockey team that traveled to Europe in December and beat elite teams from Finland and Sweden was honored recently by the Morris County freeholders.

The Team USA Bulldogs travel team, based in Randolph, took all five games it played during the trip overseas. The "invite only" team is composed of 9- and 10-year-old players from ...

World Champion Swimmer Megan Romano Speaks at Morristown High School

MORRISTOWN, NJ – February is always an exciting month for high school swimmers, but when a world champion swimmer makes a visit, it’s something special. That’s exactly what happened on Friday afternoon when American swimmer Megan Romano, a 16-time international medalist made a guest appearance and spoke to students at Morristown High School.

Romano told students about her ...

Talking Baseball in Februrary; Roxbury Teen Keeps Swinging for Cancer Patients

ROXBURY, NJ - Major League pitchers and catchers reported for their first workouts last week, one sign that baseball season is on its way. Another: The beginning of Roxbury High School student Landon Monro's annual effort to register players and sponsors for his anti-cancer baseball tournament.

The 5th Annual Landon Monro Stand Up to Cancer tournament ...

The Morris County Crusaders Prepare for 2018 after Strong First Season

EAST HANOVER, NJ - When the discussion about football in an unlimited weight league among eighth graders, Coaches Odysseas Delaportas and Jeff Eisele of Jefferson decided to take action. American Youth Football, a non-profit football and cheer program bearing the logo, "non intrusive all inclusive seemed like a perfect fit. 

Delaportas and ...

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