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BRCC Hosts First Ever Deaf and Hard of Hearing Golf Clinic

June 19, 2019

BASKING RIDGE, NJ — Basking Ridge Country Club PGA Head golf professional Sue Delaney and her daughter, Jennifer, conducted a golf clinic teaching Deaf and Hard of Hearing students from Governor Livingston High School. This groundbreaking clinic was remarkable in that it was taught all while using American Sign Language.

Jennifer Delaney is a rising senior at Towson University in ...

Falcons on Fire! Three Morristown Student-Athletes Make FMS Sports History

Middle school athletics flourishes at Frelinghuysen

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  As Frelinghuysen Middle School Athletic Director Marc Gold reviewed the results of the school’s year in sports--a banner year at that, with five county championships--he noticed that three student-athletes had each played on a championship team in all three seasons of 2018-19:  Girls Soccer in the fall, Girls ...

Softball: Morristown Freshman End Season on a High Note

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morristown High School freshman softball team, under Don Trifari has a lot to be proud of.

Despite the rainy season, the Colonials started off the season in a big way by shutting out Parsippany Hills, 17-0. The team which consisted of eleven players, finished the 2019 season with a record of 5-1. 

"The next two games were won by an impressive ...

Morristown Resident Jake Tappen Returns Following Research Project

June 19, 2019

WORCESTER, MA (06/11/2019)-- Jake Tappen of Morristown, a member of the class of 2020 majoring in aerospace engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), was a member of a student team that recently completed an intense, hands-on research through the WPI project center in Mandi, India. The project was titled Integrating Earthquake Preparedness at IIT-Mandi. In their project ...

Four scholarships Available to Local Morristown Area College and Graduate Students

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  Four scholarships  are available to law students, college and graduate students, announced the County Prosecutors Association of New Jersey.  Each scholarship is a one-year grant in the amount of up to $3,500.00 paid directly to the recipient.  Scholarship recipients from previous years are ineligible.

The County Prosecutors Association of the State of ...

Morristown High School Announces 2019 Valedictorian, Salutatorian

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morristown High School has announced the top two academic achievement awards for the Class of 2018 - Valedictorian and Salutatorian. This year's honors go to Anna Cliche, Valedictorian and Abigail (Abby) Gringeri, Salutatorian.

Cliche is described by her guidance counselor, Kristina Kenny, as someone who is poised, confident, personable and urbane. She plans ...

Six Local Morristown Residents Earn Dean's List at Area Colleges, Universities

June 18, 2019

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Six more local students have earned the Dean's List recognition from their respective colleges and universities.

Emily Santen and Kelsey Mirabella have been named to The University of Scranton's Spring 2019 Deans' List. Santen is a freshman occupational therapy major and Mirabella is a senior counsling and human services major. 

Amanda Geffner was named to ...

8 Local Morristown Residents Earn President, Dean's List Honors

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Eight students have earned President's List and Dean's List honors from area universities and colleges.

Gwyn G. Atkian, Emma Catherine Davis and Meghan Elizabeth McGuinness have all been named to the President's List at Clemson University for the spring 2019 semester. Atkian is a marketing major. Davis is a communication major. McGuinness is an accounting ...

CCM and Mt. Olive Sign the College’s First Dual Enrollment Agreement Students Can Earn College Credit at Their High School

RANDOLPH, NJ – County College of Morris (CCM) and the Mt. Olive School District today signed the college’s first dual enrolment agreement that will provide high school students with the opportunity to begin their higher education early.

Through the partnership, CCM will provide Mt. Olive High School students with a pathway to start earning college credits, while exploring college ...

Mallory's Law Passes the Senate Education Committee

June 18, 2019

TRENTON, NJ - It will almost be two years to the date that Rockaway's Mallory Grossman took her own life as a result of the constant bullying from some of her classmates. Mallory was 12 years old.

Today in Trenton, "Mallory's Law" was passed by the Senate Education Committee.

"Mallory's Law" would revise provisions required in a school district's ...

Sherrill Introduces Resolution to Designate Women Veterans Appreciation Day

Washington, DC – Today, Representative Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11), Vice Chair of the Servicewomen and Women Veterans Caucus, announced the introduction of a resolution designating Women Veterans Appreciation Day to recognize the service and sacrifices of women veterans who have served valiantly on behalf of the United States. Representative Sherrill’s resolution is a companion ...

Morris Township Fire Department Conducts Hazmat Drill

June 15, 2019

MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ - The Morris Township Fire Department conducted a hazmat drill at the Morris Township Sewer Plant on Saturday, June 15.  The drill served as the conclusion of a weeklong execution of the Department’s Third Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP) grant.

The funding provided by the grant ensures that firefighters have the proper equipment and ...

Parsippany Hotel is the Scene of Human Trafficking Crime

PARSIPPANY, NJ - For the first time in Morris County's history, a man has been found guilty of Human Trafficking by a local jury.  A North Carolina man was convicted of drugging two young females, aged 15 and 17 and forcing them to engage in acts of prostitution in both a Rockaway Township hotel and a Parsippany hotel.  The man faces a lifetime prison sentence with no ...

Mark Your Calendars for 5 Free Outdoor Movies This Summer

June 17, 2019

MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ -  The Morris Township Department of Parks and Recreation has announced the lineup for the Free Summer Family Movie Night. Movies will be shown at Ginty Field, next to the Morris Township Municipal Complex on Woodland Avenue. Movie time is at dusk, approximately 8:30 PM. 

The Big Screen Outdoor Movies for 2019 are:

Ralph Breaks the Internet (PG); ...

Artwork by Morristown Resident Featured in CCM's Summer Art Exhibition

RANDOLPH, NJ ­­— Morristown resident John Lyssikatos is among the students displaying work in the County College of Morris' Summer Art Exhibition.

In addition to Lyssikatos, work by Susan Harrsch of West Milford, Lia Scherr of Rockaway, Sarah Sci of Mendham, Kevin Testa of Chester and Allison Zavaleta of Stirling will be featured.

A free reception that is open to the ...

Here’s what taxpayers should know if they get a notice from the IRS

June 19, 2019

Certain taxpayers might get a letter from the IRS this year. It’s called an IRS Notice CP 2000. It gives detailed information about issues the IRS identified. The IRS sends this notice when information from a third party doesn't match the information the taxpayer reported on their tax return. The notice also provides steps taxpayers should take to resolve those issues.

Here is some ...

Spotlight on Business features Basking Ridge Country Club

BASKING RIDGE, NJ - TAPinto “Spotlight on Business” features local businesses and their owners who are important to our communities. Follow this column to receive a fresh perspective on small business owners and their unique needs while shining a spotlight on their stories. This edition features Basking Ridge Country Club (BRCC) located at 185 Madisonville Road in Basking ...

Alzheimer’s Association and Atlantic Health System Co-Host Research Symposium

June 18, 2019

SUMMIT, NJ – Alzheimer’s Association Greater New Jersey Chapter (AAGNJ)—the state’s leading voluntary not-for-profit health organization focused on Alzheimer’s care, support and research—teamed up with Atlantic Health System Overlook Medical Center’s Neuroscience Institute last week to host a research symposium that coincides with AAGNJ’s efforts to ...

Morristown Medical Center Lauded Nationally for Nearly Perfect Clinical Hand Hygiene

Morristown Medical Center Receives 2019 Breakthrough Performance in Hand Hygiene Compliance Award

Morristown—Atlantic Health System’s Morristown Medical Center has been recognized nationally for its clinical team’s exceptional hand hygiene.

The medical center received the 2019 Breakthrough Performance in Hand Hygiene Compliance Award, which recognizes the sole hospital in ...

Pillsbury Best Bread Flour Recalled Due to Possible Health Risk

June 17, 2019

Pillsbury Best 5 lb Flour has been recalled by Hometown Food Company. The company initiated a voluntary recall on approximately 4,600 cases of Bread Flour due to the potential presence of pathogenic E.Coli. There have been no reports of any illnesses associated with this recall, said the company.

Hometown Food Company has been informed by ADM Milling Co., that certain wheat used to make ...

June 15 Is National Lobster Day

FANWOOD, NJ -- June 15 is National Lobster Day, a celebration of the tasty crustacean. 

The transformation of lobster from being a food that was eaten by the poor to being a delicacy is one of the great rebrandings in history, according to an article in Pacific Standard magazine. In pre-Revolutionary times, it was considered "the cockroach of the ocean," and prisoners even ...

Warming Waters in Western Pacific May Increase Thunderstorms, Rainfall, Rutgers Study

June 17, 2019

NEWS BRUNSWICK, NJ - Warming waters in the western tropical Pacific Ocean have significantly increased thunderstorms and rainfall, which may affect the stability of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and global sea-level rise, according to a Rutgers University–New Brunswick study.

Since the mid-1990s, West Antarctica – a massive ice sheet that sits on land – has been ...

Morris Township Among First Towns to Remove Diseased Ash Trees

ROXBURY, NJ – A Roxbury company has been chosen by the county to begin taking down nearly 900 trees as the first phase of a county-wide program to deal with Emerald Ash Borer infestation.

The county freeholders agreed to pay the company, Tree King of Landing, $498,465 for the work. Tree King will remove 880 diseased trees in Long Hill and Morris Township as the “first ...

Morristown Friends and Family Rally Around Pregnant Wife After Husband Dies Suddenly

June 13, 2019

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morristown community has lost one of their own.

For Chris and Sarah Kaiser, life's most cherished moments happened in Morristown. Chris proposed to Sarah on the Morristown Green. Chris and Sarah bought their first house and called Morristown home. And just recently, the couple announced that the baby they had always wanted was now on the way... a baby ...

Two Morristown Residents Sworn In as Advocates for Abused and Neglected Children

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morristown residents Sigrid Franzblau and Noelle Shea were among the group of community volunteers sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). 

Other volunteers sworn in on June 12 included  Amanda Maxwell (Parsippany), Denise Thierwechter (Towaco), Frank Thierwechter (Towaco), Pauline Alexander (Chester), Taunia Markvicka (Sparta), Elizabeth ...

Cool, Refreshing and Straight from the Garden – Mint

June 15, 2019

Add a bit of cool flavor to your beverages and meals this summer with homegrown mint.  Try using peppermint leaves in fruit cocktails and ice cream.  Add spearmint to your tea or use the leaves to season lamb and jelly. Or try chocolate mint for a unique sweet and refreshing flavor in desserts and drinks.

This vigorous plant is easy to grow and suited to container ...

Wet Spring Forces Morris County to Fight Mosquito Infestation

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  The Spring has brought alot of rain to Morris County, leading to wet, swampy areas all throughout the county. Morris County's mosquito control teams have been working hard trying to treat and eliminate breeding grounds for mosquito larvae. 

“We understand the problems mosquitoes can cause in the day-to-day lives of county residents, especially those ...

New Jersey Voters Registration Forms Now Available in Arabic

June 8, 2019

CLIFTON, NJ - The efforts of The Palestinian American Community Center’s (PACC) Civic Engagement Team to engage more Arabic speakers in the voting process for the upcoming 2019 state elections and 2020 Presidential election took a big step forward on May 29 when it was announced that New Jersey’s voter registration forms became available in their native language for the first ...

Unofficial 2019 Primary Election Results for Morristown Announced

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The unofficial results of the 2019 Democrat and Republican primary election have been announced.  Morris County Freeholder Heather Darling, a Roxbury lawyer, on Tuesday narrowly defeated state Assemblyman Michael Patrick Carroll for the Republican nomination to run for county surrogate.

She will face-off against Democrat Michael Thompson in November.

Another Roxbury ...

Morris County Sheriff's Office Hope One Complements Free Narcan Distribution in Morristown

June 19, 2019

MORRISTOWN, NJ - As a steady stream of people picked up free Narcan at Rite Aid Pharmacy in Morristown on Tuesday, staff of the Morris County Sheriff’s Office Hope One vehicle were ready to train them on administering the life-reviving antidote that reverses an opioid overdose.

Navigating Hope, a Morris County-run outreach vehicle like Hope One that brings social services guidance and ...

Attorney General Announces Settlement with Private Student Loan Company for Predatory Practices

TRENTON – New Jersey has joined a multi-state settlement that will result in a total of more than $625,000 in debt relief for 48 New Jersey borrowers who obtained loans from an education lender known as Student CU Connect in order to attend the failed private college ITT Tech, announced Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal.

In New Jersey and across the nation, ITT Tech students were ...

Morristown's 17th Annual "Juneteenth Celebration" Emphasizes Unification

June 9, 2019

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Juneteenth Celebration is an event held  to commemorate freedom for all people. The event, held on the Morristown Green marks the end of slavery with a Freedom Walk, a civil war re-enactment, a historical bar crawl, and a conversation on race. There was a gathering on the green where music, readings and songs inspired by the African American experience were ...

Interfaith Ramadan Iftar Dinner Held in Montville

MONTVILLE, NJ – Approximately 75 people gathered at the Montville United Methodist Church in Towaco May 10 for an interfaith Iftar dinner. The Iftar is the meal that Muslims eat after sunset during the holy month of Ramadan to break their daily fast. Christians, Jews and Muslims ate together at the meal, sponsored by the Peace Islands Institute, to learn something about the Islamic faith ...

Excitement in Newark as New Jersey Devils Prepare for 2019 First Overall Pick

June 19, 2019

With the first overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, the New Jersey Devils could select one of two young players who have been coined as “generational” talents by analysts and scouts across the league. Making this decision all the more exciting is that the second overall pick in this year’s draft belongs to the Devils’ rivals across the Hudson in the New York Rangers.

Fun Ways To Celebrate Dad For Father's Day

NEW JERSEY - It took a while for Father's Day to be embraced by the nation. Father's Day did not become a thing until 1972. Moms, on the other hand, had a day designated in their honor 58 years earlier. It took a bit, but eventually Father's Day was set for the third Sunday in June. Father's Day is June 16 and there are an abundant of fun, family-friendly ways to celebrate dad ...

Garden State Watercolor Society “Small but Mighty” Art Exhibition at Farmstead Arts Center

Farmstead Arts Center, located at 450 King George Road in Basking Ridge, welcomes the Garden State Watercolor Society as their artists present “Small but Mighty” a small works exhibition in the Farm House Gallery from June 23 to August 3.

There will be an opening reception on Sunday, June 23 from 1:00 - 4:00 pm. Free admission. Many of the artists will be present at the opening ...

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TAPinto’s Kick Off to Summer: ARE YOU READY to Make This Summer the BEST YET for Your Business?

June 14, 2019

TAPinto Morristown is now publishing its Kick Off to Summer special advertising section. This go-to online guide will get your message before thousands of readers every day — whether you’re looking to bring in business from seasonal visitors, day-trippers or the locals.

When you advertise in the Kick Off to Summer special section, readers will be only a click away from your ...

Ready, Set, Swim! Join Idlewild Pool Club Today!

Check out Idlewild Pool Club in nearby Morris Plains.

There is a sandy beach and a gradual entry that are just calling your name. Sit your beach chair in the sand while dipping your toes or lounge around on your floatie!

Cool off after in the shade of the many trees that lineIdlewild’s property. The pool is surrounded by plenty of  grass which is perfect for a relaxing ...

Craft Ideas from Celeste of CKlovesEvents

Looking for a craft to do with the kids this weekend? Check out these crafts from Celeste of CKlovesEvents

Want more ideas? Contact Celeste at 614-595-3163

Morristown Celebrates July 4th with Reading of the Declaration of Independence

June 19, 2019

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The reading of the Declaration of Independence returns to the Morristown Green on July 4, announced the Morris County Tourism Bureau. 

For the seventh year in a row, Morris County visitors and residents will have the opportunity to enjoy an authentically patriotic 4 th of July just the way the Founding Fathers
might have imagined it.

All events are free for the ...

Free Rabies Clinic For Dogs and Cats In Morristown June 15

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Town of Morristown is providing dog and cat owners an opportunity to get a free rabies vaccination for your beloved pet. Morristown's Division of Health is holding this free rabies clinic on Saturday June 15, 2018  from 11:00 - 1:00 pm at Town Hall.

Pets who have never been vaccinated before will be given a one year vaccination. All other animals will ...

Moms Demand Action Hosts "Wear Orange Day" for National Gun Violence Awareness Day

Morris County residents unite at community event in downtown Morristown to the to honor the lives cut short by gun violence, as they transform South Street orange with decorations to raise gun violence awareness.

Morris County Moms Demand Action volunteers will be on hand to greet guests for this family-friendly day of remembrance.

WHEN: Friday, June 7th 10:00-11:30 a.m.

WHERE: ...

Celebrate America’s Birthday with Free Summer Concerts by Hanover Wind Symphony

June 16, 2019

The renowned Hanover Wind Symphony (HWS) will celebrate America’s birthday with two free summer gazebo concerts, called "America and Her Music." The performances will feature an array of popular and patriotic songs.

The first concert will take place on Wednesday, June 26, at 7 p.m., in an air-conditioned auditorium at Memorial Junior School, 61 Highland Ave., in ...

Summer Concert Series: October Rose Comes to Morris Township

MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ -  The Free Summer Concert Series at Ginty Field Gazebo returns with a full calendar for all music lovers. 

The event is free and will take place at the Ginty Field Gazebo in Morris Townshp.

On Tuesday June 18, October Rose will perform. The duo of Leanne Weiss and Derek Allen cam together to form October Rose. With their unmistakable chemistry and a ...

Celebrate National Donut Day with Free Donut from Morristown Area Dunkin Donuts

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Dunkin' Donuts is celebrating National Donut Day this Friday June 7. Customers can get a FREE donut with the purchase of any beverage.

In previous years, guest were given a choice of donuts. This year, guests can choose from any donut. The offer runs all day, but for three straight years, the Dunkin Donuts located at 30 Lafayette Avenue in Morristown has run ...

Meet New Miss Jersey: Jade Glab of Belmar

June 16, 2019

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ — Belmar’s own Jade Glab is the new Miss New Jersey and will compete in the 2020 Miss America competition.

The 19-year-old was crowned last night at Resorts Casino Hotel, chosen from among the top five finalists from an original field of 28 and earning her a $16,000 scholarship. A date and location for the Miss America competition has not yet been set.

During ...

Far Hills Bids Class of 2019 "Good Luck" at Essex Horse Trials

As as a proud sponsor of the Essex Horse Trials and Car Show, Far Hills Country Day School students of all ages decorated colorful horseshoes bidding the Class of 2019 "Good Luck" as they continue their academic journey on to the finest boarding and day schools in the nation.

The horseshoes have been affixed to the Far Hills coop-style horse jump for the big event billed as ...

Civil War Weekend in Morristown

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morristown residents are invited to step onto the battlefield and become part of the American Civil War. Re-enactors from the Second Brigade will highlight the daily lives of soldiers including musket, artillery and bayonet drills as well as cannon firings.

The event takes place on Saturday from 10am - 5pm and Sunday from 10am - 4pm at Historic Speedwell

Historic Speedwell ...

Free Naloxone at Morristown RiteAid on June 18 to Combat Opioid Problem In NJ

June 18, 2019

TRENTON, NJ – Today, Governor Phil Murphy announced free distribution of naloxone, the opioid overdose reversal drug, at participating pharmacies throughout New Jersey on June 18.  

As part of Governor Murphy’s initiative to combat the opioid crisis, New Jerseyans will be able to visit participating pharmacies and anonymously obtain naloxone at no cost on June 18, ...

Ready to sign you kids up for affordable Hebrew School?

Thinking “It’s time to sign your kids up for Hebrew school.”  

Looking for affordable Jewish Education for your kids for the fall? Check out MAKOMnj's Learning program. It's one day week, takes place in a unique setting, fun, interactive, and has small class sizes with personalized attention.

The values based curriculum program helps each student to develop a ...

Road Improvement Project in Randolph and Chester to Begin Next Week

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morristown residents heading along Dover Chester Road and North Road in Randolph and Chester may experience some traffic and delays beginning next week.  

Road work on the 4.4 mile section will begin as early as June 17. Motorists should expect delays. Bicyclists are urged to seek alternate routes.

Milling and paving is underway on South Morris Street in ...

An Economic Driver in Parsippany: The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

June 16, 2019

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Training and providing over 3,100 highly skilled electrical workers throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania is a game changer in itself to our local economy.  Layoring community service, volunteerism and generosity on top of that makes IBEW Local 102 one of the most impactful businesses in the state.  Luckily, they are headquarted right here in ...

Columbia High School Teacher Charged with Possessing Child Porn Files

June 18, 2019

UNION COUNTY, NJ - An astronomy and physics teacher from Columbia High School in Maplewood was arrested and charged with third-degree possession of child pornography, acting Union County Prosecutor Jennifer Davenport announced on Thursday.

Michael A. Morrill, 55, of Union, was arrested and charged after the Union County detectives found digital files of children being sexually exploited on his ...

Excitement in Newark as New Jersey Devils Prepare for 2019 First Overall Pick

June 19, 2019

With the first overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, the New Jersey Devils could select one of two young players who have been coined as “generational” talents by analysts and scouts across the league. Making this decision all the more exciting is that the second overall pick in this year’s draft belongs to the Devils’ rivals across the Hudson in the New York Rangers.

NJ Flavor’s Guide to New Jersey State and County Fairs

June 19, 2019

Wake up and smell the funnel cake — New Jersey’s state and county fairs have begun.

The big events, which take place all summer long around the state, began as a way for farmers to teach people about agriculture and show off horses and other animals. These days fair-goers can also enjoy rides, games, music and other types of live shows, contests and, of course, tons of great ...

“Wings over New Jersey” columnist Jack Elliott Memorialized Sunday

My walk to high school in Summit each day took me past a large brick compound called the New England Village Garden Apartments.  The buildings were rectangular and, except for white Colonial door mantels, they were otherwise nondescript.

The village was filled with older people, who wanted to stay in town after unloading their homes. Each day, kids like me would walk by, oblivious to the ...

What's Happening Off Season

Exciting changes and events have been happening in the off-season for the New York Jets.

On April 26th, with the 3rd overall pick in the first round of the 2019 NFL draft, the New York Jets have made it clear they are starting to rebuild the team on the defensive line, after improving the offense with the 2018 pick of quarterback Sam Darnold.

Quinnen Williams, defensive tackle out of ...

Cari Mora by Thomas Harris

Cari Mora by Thomas Harris (Grand Central, 2019)


Hannibal Lecter . . . Just the name sends chills down one’s spine. Lecter, who had a penchant for dining on human brains and “fava beans with a nice Chianti,” was first mentioned briefly in the 1981 novel The Red Dragon. However, Lecter takes center stage in the masterpiece of horror fiction, Silence of the Lambs, ...

Curtain Closes on "Game of Thrones," and Now Our Watch Has Ended

It took me several days to wrap my head around how I felt about the “Game of Thrones” series finale, and then it hit me—to produce something thought-provoking enough to still be a topic of discussion among millions nearly a week later is to produce something epic, regardless of the nature of those thoughts.

A lot of the disappointment among fans stems from the fact that we ...

Swashbuckling Reigns with Ken Ludwig’s ‘Three Musketeers’

MADISON, NJ – The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey has opened its season with a dashing, madcap version of  Alexander Dumas’s  “The Three Musketeers.” Playwright Ken Ludwig has created a play for today’s audience, with contemporary touches and plenty of action.

The story, set in 1625 in Paris, brings a fourth musketeer into the mix as they challenge ...

Newark High School Principal Talks to Steve Adubato about His Mission to Improve Student Lives

June 19, 2019

NEW JERSEY--Newark Principal Akbar Cook was recently a guest on One-On-One with Steve Adubato, where he discussed the many innovative programs he has instituted at West Side High School in his mission to improve the lives of his students.

West Side High School is located in Newark’s troubled West Ward, one of the most statistically dangerous areas of the city. The school has suffered the ...

Minimum Wage Increase Creating Child Care Crisis

June 7, 2019

Dear Editor,

As the minimum wage rises to $10 an hour on July 1, child care providers like me, who care for the more than 50,000 children from low-income New Jersey families may be forced to go out of business.  We rely on state assistance or “child care subsidies” to pay for that care, as child care costs are often out-of-reach for those struggling families who are ...

Prevent Tick-Borne Diseases While Enjoying the Outdoors

June 18, 2019

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - You’ve grabbed your water bottle, sunscreen and hat for a hike in the park or some gardening. Add a bit of tick protection to your must-have items when you head out the door for an adventure, to garden or play.

Continue enjoying the outdoors by enlisting a variety of strategies to limit your risk of exposure to ticks and the disease pathogens they transmit. Here are ...

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Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary, Bernardsville

NJ Audubon: Photography Instructors’ Summer ...

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Thu, June 20, 4:00 PM

Montclair Public Library, Montclair

North Star Songs: Codes and Symbols of the ...


Motor Vehicle Stop in Morris Township Leads to Arrest of Irvington Man

June 11, 2019

6/1: ARREST FOR WARRANT: Officers executed a motor-vehicle stop in Mount Olive Township. An investigation revealed Zuleima Contreras, age 26, of Mount Olive Township, to have an N.C.I.C. Warrant from the Morris County Prosecutor's Office. She was transferred to their custody.

6/1: ARREST FOR D.W.I.: Officers executed a motor-vehicle stop for a moving violation in Morris Township. An ...

PNC Sponsors the 23rd Annual Preschool Advantage Golf Invitational

June 17, 2019

MORRISTOWN, NJ, June 14, 2019 -- Preschool Advantage is pleased to announce that PNC will be the Premier Sponsor for its upcoming 23rd Annual Golf Invitational.  The event will be held on Tuesday, June 18, 2019, at the prestigious Morris County Golf Club in Morristown.

PNC continues a long-standing tradition of partnering with Preschool Advantage on programs that benefit local families in ...


Robert J. Talmadge, age 80, of Manahawkin, NJ, passed away on Tuesday, April 2, 2019. Born in ...
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Bill N. Raso, age 83, of Manahawkin, NJ passed away September 23, 2018. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he ...
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SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Paulus J. Tuyp, passed away at his residence with his loving and ...
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SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Edward K. Larsen, 94, passed away on Sunday, March 12, 2017 at JFK ...
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