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Improvements Planned for Two Busy 90 Year Old Morris County Bridges, One in Florham Park

April 19, 2018

Florham Park, NJ - Morris County, in coordination with the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority and New Jersey Department of Transportation, is conducting studies to determine improvements needed for the Columbia Turnpike Bridge in Florham Park and the Valley Road Bridge in Long Hill and Bernards Township, at the Morris and Somerset counties’ ...

'Concerned' Citizens Rally to Save Historic Madison Movie Theater

MADISON, NJ – Cold temperatures and high winds did not do the “Save The Historic Madison Theater” community rally any favors. 

Despite the gray and rainy weather, dozens of people were on hand Sunday afternoon on the steps of the Hartley Dodge Memorial Building for the “Save the Historic Madison Theater” community rally, showing their support for the historic ...

Chatham Winemakers Obtain Out of State Winery License from New Jersey; Could Deliver Wine to Your Home

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham residents Ben Von Doussa and John Barton came before the Borough of Chatham Council on Monday night to explain that they have recently obtained a license from New Jersey to sell out-of-state wine and will soon be open for business.

Von Doussa and Barton have partnered with winemaker Ned Morris of Walla Walla, Washington, who will produce the wine blends designed by ...

Local Citizens Organize Rally to Save Historic Madison Movie Theater; Event Set for This Sunday

MADISON, NJ – As developers call for the potential demolition of the historic Madison movie theater, several concerned community members are standing up to fight back.

Several of these citizens have since joined forces to form the Save Madison Theater Committee, which will host a “Save the Historic Madison Theater” community rally on Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. in front of the ...

“A Question of Faith” Movie Viewing April 11th

NJ Sharing Network and the Morris County Organ Transplant Group are holding a special viewing of “A Question of Faith” on April 11th.

The event is free and open to the public.  Doors open at 6:30pm. Refreshments will be served.  Please join us for this motion picture exploring the lifesaving gift of organ donation.

Main Branch of the Parsippany ...

Two Roxbury Teens Arrested After Snapchat Threat to High School

ROXBURY, NJ - Two Roxbury High School students were arrested Tuesday on multiple criminal charges after being taken into custody for a social media post in which they "implied acts of violence against the high school," police said.

Authorities were first alerted to the threats at about 1:43 p.m., said police, who said they "immediately launched a full investigation." They ...

Black Bear Visits Chatham Township Yard After Snowfall

CHATHAM, NJ - Avid gardener Caroline Yourcheck was checking on the condition of her backyard foliage when she discovered a bear had visited her yard on Fairmount Avenue in the township on Tuesday morning.

 

 

 

Pastor's Son Portrays Jesus in Annual Cross Carry to Denville

DENVILLE, NJ - Denville resident Mark Urbanik, 18, led more than 50 Christian Drama School students and faithful followers on a 4-mile-long Easter Sunday trek that involved carrying a heavy cross from Boonton to Denville.

It was the 18th Annual Cross Carry. For all those years, Christian Drama School students who participated in the event wore Bible-era costumes and carried 12-foot long ...

First Round of JCP&L Storm Handling Meetings to be Held in Parsippany

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Parsippany is the location for one of the first two of five promised hearings on how JCP&L handed the March nor'easters that have been scheduled.

On Thursday, April 12th residents can voice their concerns at a meeting held by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to address the widespread outages following two back-to-back Nor'easter in the first week of ...

U.S. Fistball Recruiting Players for World Championship

ROXBURY, NJ - The United States Fistball Association is looking for young men and women under the age of 18 who are interested in competing as part of the U.S. National Team, said U.S. Fistball Association President Bob Feid.

With fistball's similarity to volleyball, athletes experienced in volleyball are well-suited and able to learn the technique and rules very quickly. However, ...

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