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Morristown Football Falls to Delbarton At Homecoming Game

October 20, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ- The only touchdown of the game for the Colonials came from the unexpected, but what a special moment it was. Morristown senior, Kevin Hassenbein ran an 80-yard touchdown on the first play of the game which had the crowd and his teammates on their feet.

“It’s a great day for Kevin. He works hard every single day and has been on this team for 3 years with ...

Senior Day Win for Morristown High School Girls Soccer

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Colonials defeated Montville for a third time this season by a 3-1 score line on senior day in Morristown. They improved to 8-5-1 on the year with Montville dropping to 5-10.

Junior Morgan O'Neill scored two goals for the Colonials bring her total to a team high six for the season. Tara O'Neill added a goal and an assist for Morristown. Senior Lizzie Van Roosendaal ...

Morristown Field Hockey and Randolph Finish Level at 1-1

RANDOLPH, NJ- In Morristown’s next game following their very hard-fought County semifinal loss to Madison, the Colonials grabbed their second tie of the season after a 1-1 final at Randolph. This result keeps Morristown 1 loss behind first place West Morris in the conference.

Sydney Familo scored the lone goal for the Colonials with Brittany Hoftijizer assisting. Emily Prachtauser ...

County College of Morris Athletic Director Receives Regional Award Jack Sullivan Recognized for Contributions to the Community

October 21, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ – Jack Sullivan, the athletic director of County College of Morris (CCM), recently received the Region XIX Ron Case Athletic Director of the Year Award at the Region XIX Fall Meeting held at the Mount Airy Resort in Mount Pocono, PA.  This prestigious award is presented annually to a Region XIX Athletic Director for their commitment and positive contributions to their ...

Morristown High School Bans Bookbags Ahead of Homecoming Football Game

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  New security measures are in place for sporting events at Morristown High School. Effective Saturday October 20, all backpacks, large bags and pocketbooks will be prohibited from football games. This policy is limited to football games at this time, the district said in an email to parents.  However, banning these items from other venues is possible.

The ...

The Provident Bank Foundation Funds Preschool Education for Underserved Children with Grant to Preschool Advantage

MORRISTOWN, NJ, --  Preschool Advantage has been selected by The Provident Bank Foundation as a 2018 recipient of the Foundation’s Community Grant program.  The $5,000 grant will provide a full half-day school-year of tuition for a child in need to attend preschool at one of Preschool Advantage’s 23 high-quality partner schools in Morris and Somerset ...

Morristown High School Names Leana Fahmy as NY Jets "Upstander of the Week"; Week 7

October 18, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  For the 2nd consecutive year, Morristown High School is participating in the New York Jets “Upstander of the Week” Program.  In order to be chosen, students must encourage positive dialogue among their peers and work to ensure that all students are respected and valued as members of the MHS community, 

This week,  Leana Fahmy was chosen for ...

Morristown's Isabella Racioppi Named National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar

SUMMIT, NJ - Isabella Racioppi of Morristown and a student at Kent Place has been named National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar. Racioppi became eligible for this recognition by scoring in the top 2.5% among Hispanic and Latino PSAT/NMSQT® test takers in the region.

According to Kent Place, approximately 1.5 million high school juniors entered the program by ...

Morristown High School Band Will Participate in the 45th Annual Under the Stars Festival; Oct. 6

RANDOLPH, NJ-Bauer Stadium at Randolph High School will be ringing with the sounds of Marching Band music on Saturday October 6 starting at 6 pm.

The 45th annual Under the Stars Festival, hosted by the Randolph Marching Rams Band, will feature over 12 marching bands competing for honors in Music, Percussion and Color Guard. The Festival will feature high school bands ...

Parsippany's Ann Grossi, Morris County Clerk, Honored by the Columbian Foundation

October 17, 2018

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Morris County Clerk, Ann F. Grossi, Esq.  was honored by the Columbian Foundation with the President’s Award during the organization’s 77th Annual Columbus Day Humanitarian, Achievement and President’s Award Gala held on October 13, 2018. The Columbian Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization founded in 1941 by business and professional men of ...

Murphy Administration Announces $38 Million Investment in Quality Infant and Child Care & Support for Working Families

(TRENTON) – New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy and New Jersey Department of Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson on Tuesday announced $38 million in new investments in child care to help more families find services they need and to advance quality child care.

“Children are the foundation of our state’s future, and strong childhood development and early learning are ...

Morristown Police Bureau Issues an Traffic Advisory for Sunday, Oct. 21

October 19, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Halloween Half Marathon will take place on Sunday October 21, closing roads in Morristown, Morris Township and Chatham.

The race will begin and end at 37 Maple Ave in Morristown. According to Morristown Police, there will be a closure of southbound Mt. Kemble Ave. (Rt. 202,) for a period of about 15 minutes as runners run southbound in the northbound lanes. Northbound ...

Road Closure: Martin Luther King Ave in Morristown Will Close for 7 Days

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Beginning today, Thursday October 18,at 9am,  Martin Luther King Avenue, between Coal Avenue and George Street will close completely for seven days, said officials.

Motorists will have to use Abbett Avenue, Ridgedale Avenue and Morris Street as well as Cory Road and Speedwell Ave to avoid the closure. Motorists can access businesses in this area by using Bishop Naziry Way ...

This Weekend: 41st Annual Morristown CraftMarket

October 19, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ – Morristown CraftMarket returns for its 41st anniversary this weekend, Oct. 20-22, at the National Guard Armory, 430 Western Ave. in Morristown. A nationally acclaimed charitable fine art and show, the event features at least 150 artists from more than 25 states nationwide.

Exhibiting artists will display and sell original creations, including jewelry, leather, ceramics, ...

Morristown Happenings: Things to Do in Morristown This Weekend; Oct. 19 - Oct. 21

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Smile! It's Friday! What's on TAP for this weekend? Fall Festivals. Crafts.  Night Walks. Music and much much more. Have a great weekend everyone!

 

Friday October 19

The Time to Mourn; Fosterfields; 1pm - 2pm & 2pm - 3pm

Morristown Boys Soccer vs Morris Knolls; Greystone Field; 4pm

Morristown Girls Volleyball vs. Morris Hills; Morris HIlls ...

Morristown Store Donates to Carol G. Simon Cancer Center

October 17, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  A bag full of designer baseball caps may not be what the doctor ordered, but during Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October), a snazzy cap might be just the thing to raise someone’s spirits.

The caps arrived at the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center at Morristown Medical Center on Friday, Oct. 12. They were a gift from Shelly Haley, owner of Paradise, a Lilly ...

Morristown Medical Center Recognized with Prestigious 2018 Quality Leadership Award

MORRISTOWN, NJ–  – Atlantic Health System’s Morristown Medical Center has been awarded the prestigious 2018 Bernard A. Birnbaum, MD Quality Leadership Award from Vizient, a health care performance improvement partner.

The award recognizes top-performing academic medical centers, complex teaching medical centers and community hospitals that demonstrate excellence in ...

Breast Cancer Screenings Make More Cancers Curable

October 20, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - There are a lot of memorable days in a cancer survivor’s life – some better than others, of course.  For Sally Richter of Denville, September 20th was a favorite because it was her last radiation treatment and a glorious day that would begin the next chapter in her life.

Thankfully for Sally – and so many women diagnosed with breast cancer today – ...

Teal Pumpkin Project keeps Halloween safe for children with food allergies

MORRISTOWN, NJ – The Food Allergy Research & Education’s (FARE) Teal Pumpkin Project is geared toward making Halloween less trick and more treat for children with food allergies.

FARE is the nation’s leading organization dedicated to food allergy research, education, advocacy and awareness and the world’s largest private source of funding for food allergy ...

Vegetable Fried Rice Frozen Meals Recalled; May Contain Undeclared Egg

October 16, 2018

Feel Good Foods Inc. of Brooklyn, NY is recalling “Vegetable Fried Rice” frozen meals, because they may contain undeclared egg, said the FDA in a press release. People who have allergies to egg run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products, they said.

The company initiated the recall after it was discovered that an egg ...

Seasonal Fall Menu at End of Elm

At End of Elm, our formula is simple: craft cocktails, tailored plates, and an inviting atmosphere to create memorable experiences with great company. We are now serving our seasonal Fall menu, with 9 new dishes that features ingredients best served in the Fall. One of our favorites is the Squash Salad, with a base of mixed greens and kale, topped with roasted butternut ...

Town of Morristown Honored with Green Communities Achievement Award

October 16, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Town of Morristown was recently selected as a municipal recipient of the 2018 Green Communities Achievement Award by the New Jersey Forest Service, the New Jersey Community Forestry Council and the New Jersey Tree Foundation. This award recognizes nominees whose outstanding efforts have greatly contributed to urban and community forestry. The awards honor up to four ...

Start an Indoor Garden with Kitchen Scraps

The pantry is full of fall favorites like squash, onions and potatoes, but busy schedules may have you finding a few things growing in the back of your cupboard. With little effort and a pinch of creativity you can grow these into a very imaginative indoor garden.  

Kids and adults love to watch kitchen discards grow into new plants. According to KidsGardening.org, a national nonprofit, ...

Junior League of Morristown donates backpacks, school supplies to area students 

October 14, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - On September 26th, members of the Junior League of Morristown helped to “stuff” 20 school backpacks for area students with a variety of school supplies, such as pens, pencils, notebooks, folders, and delicious snacks.

The Closet Committee of the Junior League of Morristown organized the backpack drive to support students of Morristown High School who do not have ...

Morristown Fiber Fairies Relocate As Cold Weather Approaches

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  As we move into the fall and winter months, temperatures will dip, winds will whip, and people will need to bundle up to stay warm.  The woven hats and scarves left anonymously and “with love” for anyone in need of warmth, may or may not be seen this winter on the Morristown Green.

For the past four years, the Morristown Fiber Fairy has left these hats, ...

Plan and Plant this Fall for Three Months of Spring Color

October 20, 2018

It’s time to think spring and get busy planning and planting for months of colorful blooms.

The key to getting a continuous parade of spring flowers is to plant bulbs that bloom at different times. Include some early, mid and late spring bloomers. You’ll enjoy the burst of color and sustained beauty that spring-flowering bulbs can provide.

Enlist some help in planning your ...

Construction Begins at Morristown Playground

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Construction has begun on Cauldwell Playground, announced Morristown officials.

The playground near Clyde Potts Drive and Flagler Street will see renovations to the amphitheater area. The renovations include replacing existing aged timber amphitheater seat walls and field house walls with large, decorative, and precast concrete blocks with facing similar to stacked stone, said ...

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Planned for Oct. 27

October 20, 2018

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ – Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp announced that on Saturday, Oct 27, a second National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Program will take place.

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is a twice yearly event coordinated nationally by the U.S. Dept. of Justice and Drug Enforcement Administration, and is hosted by local law enforcement. This year the Morris ...

Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Holds Assembly on Safe Internet Use, Bias Crime for Chatham Middle School Students

On October 17, 2018, Supervising Assistant Prosecutor Samantha DeNegri and Detective Supervisor Patrick LaGuerre of the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office provided an educational assembly for the 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students at Chatham Middle School. The assembly focused on bias crimes and incidents, as well as internet safety.

The students were instructed on the importance of safe ...

Summits Beacon UU, Fountain Baptist Unite to Celebrate Hanging of Banners Oct. 7

September 30, 2018

SuMMIT, NJ - Beacon Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Summit (Beacon UU) and Fountain Baptist Church will hold a joint celebration on Sunday, October 7, a date which marks the second anniversary of raising 'Black Lives Matter' banners and the two congregations’ partnership in the racial justice work of 'Black Lives Matter'.

The observance, which includes a ...

Get A Scare On With Milltown's Haunted River Walk

October 19, 2018

MILLTOWN, NJ - Get ready for an early Halloween thrill with the borough's annual Haunted River Walk. This year's creepy stroll along the Mill Pond Path is full of things that go bump in the night and features a haunting through history theme. The scream-worthy event is hosted by Joyce Kilmer School's Class of 2019. All of the proceeds from the event go to support the school's ...

2018 Halloween Parade & Magic Show Back in Madison Oct. 27

MADISON, NJ - The Madison Area Chamber of Commerce 2018 Halloween Parade & Magic Show is scheduled for Saturday, October 27 and is sponsored this year by Beneath the Surface Spa, 19 Waverly Pl., Hat Shop Madison, 81 Main St. and Woodland Bakery & Cafe, 650 Shunpike Rd., Chatham Township.

Children and their parents are invited to attend a Halloween costume parade followed ...

Local Surfing Community Unites for an Epic Day

RED BANK, NJ – Great surf conditions, offshore wind, gorgeous warm weather, sold-out event, and hundreds of fans combined to create an epic day on Sunday, October 7, 2018 for the Clean Ocean Action Open Surf Contest at Seven Presidents Oceanfront Park in Long Branch, NJ.   Surfers in eight divisions included a wide-range of  ages and skill levels, from four-year old grom ...

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Ladies Night at Morristown's End of Elm

October 16, 2018

Rumor has it, wine is good for you. No better place to be than End of Elm for Ladies Night. Bring your girlfriends and enjoy specials on bottles of wine and cocktails. 

6pm - 9pm tonight!
www.Endofelm.com
#endofelm

Unlock Your Dream Home; Check out the Open House Oct. 7 from 1-4pm

Looking for your dream home? Look no further. Check out this enchanting, whimsical Queen Ann Victorian era home  at 74 Mills Street.

The home has tons of character: carefully preserved original lead glass windows, ornate floors (this kind of wood is long gone in USA), original moldings, millwork, pocket doors, high ceilings, ornate fireplace. Best of both words: old charm and modern ...

AtlantiCast

AtlantiCast: Episode 21

On this week’s AtlantiCast, see who has the cleanest hands in health care, find out how Atlantic Health System is training the next generation of health care professionals, Overlook Medical Center joins the robot revolution and much more!

 

Know Your Rights Under the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

What is the purpose of the FMLA?
According to federal regulation, the FMLA is “intended to balance the demands of the workplace with the needs of families, to promote the stability and economic security of families and to promote national interests in preserving family integrity.” CFR 825.101. The FMLA helps both employers and employees by encouraging family stability, which in turn ...

Join Light the Night Walk for Blood Cancers, Saturday, Oct. 20, Morristown

October 18, 2018

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk is an annual event dedicated to shining a light on the urgent need for cures for blood cancers. During the walk, survivors and patients carry white lanterns, gold lanterns are carried by those walking in memory, and red lanterns are carried by supporters. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has been able to invest over $1 ...

CCM Hosts 50th Anniversay Alumni Networking Event at Morristown Bar

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  See old friends, meet new friends and network, network, network!  County College of Morris is inviting all CCM alumni (21 years and older) to connect and network with fellow alumni on Thursday October 18 at the Famished Frog in Morristown.

The networking event will take place from 5 - 7pm in the Rec Room at the Famished Frog, located at 18 Washington Street in ...

42nd Annual Morristown CraftMarket Set For Friday - Sunday Oct. 19-21 at the Morristown Armory

MORRISTOWN, NJ- The Morristown CraftMarket, now celebrating its 42nd consecutive year as a nationally acclaimed and charitable fine art and craft show featuring 160 gifted artists from over 25 states throughout the country, will be held Friday, October 19 through Sunday, October 21 at the Morristown Armory, 430 Western Avenue, Morristown, NJ.

The show hours are:

Friday, October 19, 5pm to ...

Tickets are Still Available for the Morristown Historic District House Tour; Oct. 28

October 18, 2018

Macculloch Hall Historical Museum and six other historic houses will be open to the public for a biennial House Tour on Sunday October 28.

The tour begins Macculloch Hall Historical Museum with a tour of period rooms and exhibition galleries. Pick up your tour guidebook, then head out to any of the other beautiful homes on the tour.

Tickets are $40 in advance or $45 on the day of the ...

9th Annual Pumpkin Illumination Set For Sunday October 28 in Morristown

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morris Arts is inviting pumpkin carvers of all ages to bring their creations to the edge of the Vail Mansion's reflecting pond on Sunday October 28, at 5pm for the 9th Annual Pumpkin Illumination. While the sun fades to darkness, guests are invited to enjoy live jazz music, an art workshop and participate in the luminary parade and pumpkin illumination.

Each year, the ...

Teens Learn About Careers in Law

Young men and women, ages 14-20, who are interested in careers in Law are invited to the kickoff meeting of Explorer Post 22. 

The guest speaker will be William J. Heller, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the New York Football Giants. 

Mr. Heller will speak on legal issues such as contract negotiations for players and coaches; licensing, sponsorship and vendor ...

LGBTQ Youth Invited to Café

October 16, 2018

Congregation Beth Hatikvah in Summit has announced the opening of Café Q, a non-denominational meeting place for LGBTQ teens, on Sunday, October 21st. LGBTQ teens from Summit and surrounding towns are invited to drop in to meet, listen to music, enjoy some snacks, and just hang out in a safe and comfortable environment.

The brainchild of Beth Hatikvah president Cindy Wetter, Café ...

New Jersey's Premier Book Festival to Feature Award-Winning Authors from the Garden State

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morristown Festival of Books is thrilled to welcome many of New Jersey’s hottest authors, from Princeton’s own National Book Award winner and five-time Pulitzer finalist Joyce Carol Oates (Night-Gaunts and Other Tales of Suspense) to Plainfield native and international best-selling author Diane Chamberlain (The Dream Daughter). Olympic medalist Ibtihaj Muhammad ...

Allagash Brewing Hangout at End of Elm

End of Elm will be a hosting a tap takeover with Allagash Brewing on October 18th at 6 PM. We will be featuring specially crafted food and beer pairings. Choose from these 6 exciting beers.

Cultive-Tart peach wheat beer, 5.4% ABV

St. Klippenstein-Dark bourbon barrel aged ale, 11% ABV

Little Brett- Dry hopped wild ale, 4.8% ABV

Two Lights- Wine hybrid lager, 6.7% ABV

Saison- ...

Police Vow Crackdown on Underage Drinking at Far Hills Race Meeting

October 19, 2018

FAR HILLS, NJ – State, County and local law enforcement agencies plan a coordinated crackdown on underage drinking at Saturday's Far Hills Race Meeting.

Police will conduct identification checks of underage individuals suspected of drinking alcoholic beverages on the race grounds. Those individuals that are identified as underage will be taken into custody, charged and ultimately ...

Learn About Fire Prevention Month During Family Night at Two Morris Township Firehouses

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  October is National Fire Prevention Month. Now is the perfect time to learn about fire safety and how to develop a plan if danger strikes.

In addition to websites, like www.saveandprotect.org, the Morris Township Fire Department will also address fire safety during Family Night on Tuesday October 16 and Thursday October 18.

The firefighters are inviting community ...

Cadet 2d Lt Craig Petrin receives the CAP Billy Mitchell Award

Recently, Cadet 2d Lt Craig Petrin, of the Lone Eagle Composite Squadron, was presented with his Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Billy Mitchell Award by Col Joe Abegg, NJ Wing Commander, at the Morristown Armory, Morristown, NJ.  He is the son of 2d Lt and Mrs. Michael J. Petrin of Long Valley, NJ.

At Lone Eagle, he has served as the Cadet Deputy Commander, First Sergeant, Flight Sergeant and ...

Reporter Killed by Car in Randolph Exited Ride Before Reaching Home, say Police

October 20, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ – A local news reporter who died Oct. 14 after being struck by a car in Randolph got out of an Uber or other rideshare vehicle before reaching her Randolph residence, police said today.

The woman, Lindsay Ireland, 26, had been at a Hopatcong restaurant with the family members earlier in the evening, according to Randolph police. They said she and her relatives called the car ...

Far Hills Race Meeting to Draw Revelers to "The Hunt," With Launch of Pari-mutuel Betting

October 19, 2018

FAR HILLS, NJ _ It's one of the major social and sporting events in New Jersey's horse country, and beyond. The Far Hills Race Meeting, due to return to Moorland Farm this Saturday, Oct. 20, will also bring something new to the party this year, with the launch of pari-mutuel betting.

Some things never change, however. The Hunt will again draw some of the world's best ...

Get A Scare On With Milltown's Haunted River Walk

October 19, 2018

MILLTOWN, NJ - Get ready for an early Halloween thrill with the borough's annual Haunted River Walk. This year's creepy stroll along the Mill Pond Path is full of things that go bump in the night and features a haunting through history theme. The scream-worthy event is hosted by Joyce Kilmer School's Class of 2019. All of the proceeds from the event go to support the school's ...

2018 Halloween Parade & Magic Show Back in Madison Oct. 27

MADISON, NJ - The Madison Area Chamber of Commerce 2018 Halloween Parade & Magic Show is scheduled for Saturday, October 27 and is sponsored this year by Beneath the Surface Spa, 19 Waverly Pl., Hat Shop Madison, 81 Main St. and Woodland Bakery & Cafe, 650 Shunpike Rd., Chatham Township.

Children and their parents are invited to attend a Halloween costume parade followed ...

Local Surfing Community Unites for an Epic Day

RED BANK, NJ – Great surf conditions, offshore wind, gorgeous warm weather, sold-out event, and hundreds of fans combined to create an epic day on Sunday, October 7, 2018 for the Clean Ocean Action Open Surf Contest at Seven Presidents Oceanfront Park in Long Branch, NJ.   Surfers in eight divisions included a wide-range of  ages and skill levels, from four-year old grom ...

Anderson. Crowell. Williams.

All of the players on the New York Jets roster are team players. All are an important piece in the outcome of the game.

After the big win over the Denver Broncos 34-16, there is a need to shine a much deserved spotlight on  three players who made a big difference in that game.

Every fan has their favorite position; my first choice is always wide receiver. The New York Jets have had a ...

The Liberators

The Liberators: America’s Witnesses to the Holocaust by Michael Hirsh (Bantom Books, 2010)

 

“It was bad. It was very, very bad,” said Jay Dakelman, a medic with the 3rd Army Corps of Engineers during World War II. He was describing to me the first moment that he stepped into a concentration camp, somewhere in Germany, during the final months of World War II. Jay ...

'Other Desert Cities' unfolds with family secrets

‘Other Desert Cities’ unfolds with family secrets at Chatham Playhouse

By LIZ KEILL

CHATHAM, NJ – “Other Desert Cities,” the stirring drama by Jon Robin Baitz, revolves around a family’s loyalties and deceptions in a tony Palm Springs household. “Other Desert Cities” refers to the signs along the exit ramps on the California freeway.

The ...

Susan G. Komen North Jersey Promotes Awareness and Access at Women's Wellness Expo in Wayne NJ

October 18, 2018

WAYNE, NJ — The Susan G. Komen North Jersey promotes local community awareness and access to high quality breast cancer care at the 2018 Women's Wellness Expo.

Susan G. Komen North Jersey Executive Director Kelly E. Nagle spoke to TAPinto TV staff at the event, which took place at Passaic County Technical Institute in Wayne, New Jersey.

"Komen's mission is to save lives ...

Letter to the Editor: Mikie Sherril is Listening

October 20, 2018

Dear Editor, 

In the race to be New Jersey’s next 11th Congressional district  representative, there is only one candidate who supports a woman’s right to choose. Her name is Mikie Sherrill, a former Navy helicopter pilot and federal prosecutor.

Her opponent, Republican Jay Webber, has aggressively fought for years to defund Planned Parenthood, a non profit that ...

Falling Back Into Healthier Habits This Season

October 14, 2018

After the laid-back demeanor of summer, most of us are ready to get back into a end-of-year routine. Kids have been back at school for a month or two and Summer Fridays are long over. The weather in our area is still a little wishy-washy, but we know Halloween is around the corner, making the grand entrance for the other fall and winter holidays that follow suit.

For many of us, fall relates ...

One Person's Journey to Recovery from Eating Disorder

Talk by a woman who suffered for many years - and through several hospitalizations - from various eating disorders (anorexia, binge and purge, excessive exercise). She will share her journey and make important distinctions to help professionals, family members and loved ones understand the vast complexities and misunderstandings associated with eating disorders and those who suffer with them.

Upcoming Events

Sun, October 21, 9:00 AM

Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary (The Wayrick Wildlife Art Gallery), Bernardsville

NJ Audubon: Bird Art – Watercolors by James ...

Arts & Entertainment Green

Morris County Park Police Blotter: Motor Vehicle Stop Leads to Arrest of Morristown Woman

October 12, 2018

9/21: ARRESTS FOR NARCOTICS: Officers executed a motor-vehicle stop for an equipment violation in Florham Park. An investigation led to William A. Wilson, age 45, of Morristown, and Kayla M. Bylerly, age 28, of Dover, to be charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. They were also both discovered to have warrants for failure to appear in various municipal courts and were lodged ...

Breast Cancer Screenings Make More Cancers Curable

October 20, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - There are a lot of memorable days in a cancer survivor’s life – some better than others, of course.  For Sally Richter of Denville, September 20th was a favorite because it was her last radiation treatment and a glorious day that would begin the next chapter in her life.

Thankfully for Sally – and so many women diagnosed with breast cancer today – ...

Obituaries

May 19, 1935 - Sep 23, 2018
Bill N. Raso, age 83, of Manahawkin, NJ passed away September 23, 2018. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he ...
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 It is with great sadness that The Hampshire Companies announces that Todd Anderson, ...
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- Mar 13, 2017
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Paulus J. Tuyp, passed away at his residence with his loving and ...
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- Mar 12, 2017
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Edward K. Larsen, 94, passed away on Sunday, March 12, 2017 at JFK ...
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