Community Announcements

December 11, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  Emma Atanasio, Jessica Micek and CJ Chamb, food service leaders at Morristown Medical Center created a gingerbread replica of the hospital. The creation took two weeks to build and used 30 pounds of powdered sugar, 15 dozen egg whites and 10 pounds of candy.  

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HANOVER TOWNSHIP, N.J.- The community has asked and the NJ Coalition for Education and Positive Choices, in conjunction with Mennen Arena, bring this major initiative back beginning FridayJanuary 4thand running ten consecutive Friday nights through March 8, 2019, 7:30 pm until 10 pm. Families, ...

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The Morris Choral Society under the baton of Music Director Jason Tramm will present the work of three contemporary New Jersey composers in their annual Holiday Concert  “Songs Earthly and Divine” December 8 and 9 at St. Virgil’s Church in Morris Plains.  The concert will feature the New Jersey ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - The third and final public information session regarding planned improvements to the Columbia Turnpike Bridge in Florham Park is set to take place Wednesday December 12 from 5:30pm - 8pm at the Hyatt House in Morristown. The goal of the project is to address structural ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morris Tourism Bureau is now offering their newest collectible ornament. The ornament, titled The Ford Mansion, features the illustration of The Ford Mansion where General George and Martha Washington spent the Christmas of 1779, when Morristown served as the army’s winter ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morristown Parking Authority is offering FREE Parking on Saturdays and Sundays in December. Visitors coming to Morristown to shop, eat or participate in holiday activities are able to park, for free, in the Ann/Bank Garage on December 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 & ...

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We, at TAPinto Morristown,would like to say THANK YOU to all of our readers. We are thankful for every reader, every business partnership, every like, every click, every share, every comment, every photo submitted, every letter to the editor submitted, every press release submitted, every follow, ...

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RED BANK, NJ - The day before Thanksgiving has become a holiday in itself - Thanksgiving Eve. It’s the night where going out to grab dinner or drinks with friends, old and new, can quickly turn into a high school reunion.  In the spirit of the season, Lyft has identified the top bars and ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ- Currently there is a severe blood shortage, said the American Red Cross. The organization is seeking blood and platelet donors to avoid delays in medical care for patients.  During September and October, the Red Cross collected over 21,000 fewer blood and platelet donations than ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ  - After weeks of voting, Cranford has defeated Morristown, Westfield, Cape May and Somerville for the title of the NJ.com Best Downtown in NJ, Cranford won the final round with 30% of the votes.  NJ.com saluted Cranford's eateries such as Breadsmith, Vanilla Bean Creamery, ...

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CEDAR KNOLLS, NJ - Students and staff at the Allegro School celebrated Halloween in a very special way this year as they were joined by students from the National Art Honor Society at Randolph High School. The Randolph students worked on a volunteer project in which they created super hero capes, ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - A comprehensive statewide nature photography exhibit will be on display through the end of November at the Frelinghuysen Arboretum. Photographer, Dave Blinder is a licensed real estate agent, real estate photographer, volunteer board-member of Protect Our Wetlands, Water and ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ – County College of Morris (CCM) and the Morris County Vocational School District (MCVSD) will be hosting a showcase to share the impact of their joint programs that train high school students for the careers of today and tomorrow. The Career and Technical Education Partnership ...

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Rain, rain, go away! Due to the anticipated heavy rain/wind storm, we are canceling the Brite Nites event for Saturday, October 27, 2018. The event will go on for both Friday, October 26 and Sunday, October 28, 2018. Friday's event time has been extended to 9:00pm from 8:30pm. All tickets ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ -  The Halloween Parade scheduled for this weekend has been cancelled said Town Officials. Heavy rain and wind is expected to hit the area on Saturday so the decision was made to cancel the parade. The Town isn't going to scrap the entire planned activity. In place of the parade, ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - Former Secretary of State and five-term US Senator John Kerry joins the roster of award- winning authors at Morristown Festival of Books! EVERY DAY IS EXTRA: AN EVENING WITH JOHN KERRY is an event you won’t want to miss, so mark your calendars now! Kerry will be speaking at 7:30 ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ -  Macculloch Hall Historical Museum will be hosting a Daffodil Bulb Party on Monday October 8 from 1-2:30pm.  According to the Farmers Almanac, Daffodils are a fall planted bulb so that they will bloom in early spring. Come and join the staff at Macculloch Hall plant daffodil ...

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Morristown, NJ - The Community Soup Kitchen & Outreach Center will hold its annual Hunger Walk on Sunday, October 14th at 1 p.m. Hunger Walk 2018 provides participants with an opportunity to raise funds for the Community Soup Kitchen (CSK) and gain an understanding of hunger and homelessness ...

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Macculloch Hall Historical Museum and six other historic houses will be open to the public for our biennial House Tour! Tickets are $40 in advance or $45 on the day of the event. All funds raised directly support Macculloch Hall Historical Museum. Tickets available via ...

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Fall is here and so is our Fall 2018 Menu. Stop in and try one of our new tailored plates and craft cocktails and let us know which is your new favorite.  To show your support for artists in our art community, come out to End Of Elm and experience Elm+Art. Featured here is a segment of Hector ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ -- Officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) have announced the names of approximately 16,000 semifinalists in the 64th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Three students from Delbarton and one student from Morristown Beard School made the prestigious list.

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SOUTH ORANGE, NJ - The Seton Hall University student who died from injuries sustained when he fell off of the campus' parking deck on Tuesday afternoon has been identified as Julian M. Mislavsky in a letter to the Seton Hall community from Interim President Mary J. Meehan. Mislavsky was a senior ...

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SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — A Seton Hall University student has died after falling from the campus' parking deck on Tuesday, according to a letter to the school community from the University's Interim President, Mary J. Meehan. South Orange Police Officers responded to a 9-1-1 call at about 12:15 p.m., ...

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The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management is keeping a close eye on Hurricane Florence. The track remains uncertain but it is a reminder that it is still hurricane season. The risk of Florence impacting the East Coast as a strong hurricane is increasing. If and exactly when and where still ...

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