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Missing Mountain Lakes Teen Has Been Found

November 13, 2018

MOUNTAIN LAKES, NJ - Law enforcement officials have stated that Thomas Kolding, the missing 15 teenager from Mountain Lakes, has been found. According to police, he is safe.

Kolding has been missing since October 30. Law enforcement confirmed that he traveled by train from Denville to Newark – Broad Street Station. From there, he traveled by train from Broad Street ...

Sweating for a Cause - Morristown Mom Holds Fundraiser to Support Rare Bone Disease

MORRISTOWN, NJ - On Tuesday, Oct. 30, friends, colleagues and strangers gathered together to peddle their way to support the rare disease organization Soft Bones, Inc., whose mission is to provide valuable information, education and support for people living with a rare bone disease called hypophosphatasia (HPP), their families and caregivers. The Foundation promotes research of this ...

Roxbury Area Musicians Organize Benefit Concert for Scott Miller

LONG VALLEY, NJ – A benefit concert will take place Nov. 10 for Scott Miller, a local drummer and percussion instructor who became partially paralyzed in January after suffering a stroke during a performance.

The 7:30 p.m. concert will happen at St. Mark’s Parish in Long Valley. Tickets will be $30 per person collected at the door and all proceeds will go toward ...

Help Sought in Finding Missing Morris County 15-Year-Old

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morris County authorities are seeking help in finding a 15-year-old Mountain Lakes boy who has been missing since Oct. 30.

In a statement, Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp and Mountain Lakes Police Chief Shawn Bennett  said the boy, Thomas Kolding, who lives in Mountain Lakes with his parents, was last known to be at his family home on Oct. 30.

They ...

Work Begins on Habitat for Humanity Condos in Roxbury

ROXBURY, NJ – Ground was broken today on a 12-home Habitat for Humanity project in Roxbury, an event that was six years in the making, according to the organization’s CEO.

The project, at 119 and 121 Main Street in Succasunna, will have two buildings with each containing six condominium units. The first of the two buildings is expected to be ready for occupancy by this time next ...

County Road Projects Set to Start In Lincoln Park; Butler/Kinnelon and Pequannock Work Underway

MONTVILLE, NJ – A host of county road paving and improvement projects have begun or are set to start soon across Morris County, as contractors make a push to get the county road work done prior to the onset of colder autumn weather. Concrete work has started on Jacksonville Road/Newark Pompton Turnpike in Pequannock.

In addition, pre-paving drainage work has begun on a section of Boonton ...

Lake Hopatcong Foundation’s Floating Classroom Wins Environmental Award

LAKE HOPATCONG, NJ - The Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions (ANJEC) awarded the Lake Hopatcong Foundation Floating Classroom an Environmental Achievement Award “for outstanding accomplishment in local environmental protection” at its 45th Annual Environmental Congress at Mercer County College in West Windsor on Oct. 12.

The Floating Classroom, a 40-foot ...

Shelter Dog Finds New Purpose as Morris County Sheriff's Bomb Sniffer

MONTVILLE, NJ – Many dogs who are surrendered to the animal shelter not once, but twice, don’t get another chance, but Boomer not only got a second chance – he is helping Morris County residents in an important way.

After 14 weeks of training, Boomer is now a certified Morris County Sheriff’s Office bomb sniffing dog.  His handler, Detective Michael Carbone, put ...

Police Release Additional Photographs of Florham Park Bank Robber

FLORHAM PARK, NJ - The Morris County Prosecutor's Office, along with the Florham Park Police are asking for the public's help regarding a bank robbery that took place on October 1 in Florham Park.

At this time, police are releasing additional photographs of the suspect and the vehicle believed to be involved.

According to authorities, at 10:17am police received a ...

Pediatric Cancer Month; Randolph Youth Football Orchestrates Special Memory for Parsippany Player

RANDOLPH, NJ- September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness month, and the Randolph Bulldog youth football program recently honored that by teaching their players something much more important than X’s and O’s on the football field.

Before their game against Parsippany on Saturday Sept. 29, the Bulldog players helped to create a special moment for an opposing player who is fighting ...


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