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New York Jets Host Tackle Bullying Educators Symposium

August 15, 2017

FLORHAM PARK, NJ- The New York Jets teamed up with STOMP Out Bullying this past weekend to continue their battle against bullying and harassment. This marked the second annual Jets Tackle Bullying Educators Symposium and was presented by Municipal Craft Union for educators from across the tristate area.

Over 250 educators gathered together at MetLife stadium to participate in the event. Otis ...

Chatham to Hold 2nd Annual "Out of the Darkness Walk" Sept. 23 at Cougar Field

CHATHAM, NJ -The Chatham Township Committee announced its continuing efforts to raise awareness of suicide prevention with its 2nd Annual Chatham Township "Out of the Darkness Community Walk" on Saturday, Sept. 23 to benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP).

The event will take place, rain or shine, at Cougar Field located at 320 Shunpike Road in ...

A Century of Proud Volunteerism; Roxbury Firefighters Ready for Big Parade

ROXBURY, NJ - More than 100 firetrucks ambulances and other emergency vehicles will roll down Main Street in Succasunna Aug. 12 as the Roxbury Fire Department celebrates 100 years of service.

For Roxbury Chemical Engine Co. 1 Firefighter Tommy Bilancia, it will be the culmination of more than a year of sometimes stressful planning. As chairman of the centennial celebration, Bilancia’s ...

Chatham Crescent Jeweler Owner One Year After Armed Robbery: 'I think about it every day'

CHATHAM, NJ - Don Prisco checks the video camera before he comes out from the back to greet customers at Crescent Jewelers in Chatham, where he has been in business for 36 years.

He has to eye everyone who walks through his front door with a little suspicion ever since July 28, 2016, when two men put a gun to his wife's head and cleared out most of his top jewelry inventory. It has been ...

Road Resurfacing Continues in Morris County; Berkshire Valley Road in Jefferson and Valley Road in Long Hill Targeted

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - The next phase of Morris County’s  2017 road resurfacing program is set to start the week of August 7 with a 2.8-mile paving project on Berkshire Valley Road in Jefferson. The project will run from Blue Road to near Manor Drive.  The project includes storm basin work, ADA ramps, milling, paving, and striping. The contractor, Topline Construction ...

First Woman in Blue at the Little League Baseball State Tournament in Newton

NEWTON, NJ - History is being made at the Little League Baseball State Tournament in Newton this week.  While the games are the highlight of the season for the players and their families, the series is notable because, for the first time since the tournament began in 1949, a woman, Christine Sammon, was assigned to umpire the tournament.

"No pressure," Sammon said learning she ...

Weis Market Confirmed for Former A&P Plaza

RANDOLPH, NJ - After remaining vacant for over a year, Weis Markets has confirmed the lease for the former A&P space in Center Grove Plaza.

“I am pleased to report that Weis Markets, as has been rumored for some time now, has come to terms with the owners of the Center Grove retail plaza and the lease has been signed,” reported Township Manager Stephen Mountain.

When A&P ...

Area Residents Hope to Rescue Shuttered Movie Theater

MADISON, NJ - The Madison Movie theater has closed its doors, and residents are crying out for help from the local government.

An online petition, which has now gained more than 1,000 signatures, asked the Madison Mayor and Council to provide “emergency interim funding to rescue the theater and allow community groups to develop a plan for its use as a not-for-profit movie, arts and ...

Free Climate Documentary by Oscar Nominated Director; Saturday July 29

DENVILLE, NJ - How to Let Go of the World and Love All The Things Climate Can't Change, a deeply moving documentary by Oscar-Nominated director Josh Fox, will be screened at the Denville Municipal Building (1 St. Mary's Place, Denville), on Saturday, July 29, at 10:30 AM, by 350NJ, Food & Water Watch, Citizens Climate Lobby, and the Coalition Against the Pilgrim ...

Armed Robbery On Main Street Madison Sunday Evening

MADISON, NJ—On July 23, 2017 at approximately 10:40 p.m. the Madison Police Department was alerted to an armed robbery that occurred in the area of 93 Main Street.

The 50-year-old victim, a Madison resident told police that as he was walking west on Main Street attempting to walk through a covered driveway at 93 Main St. near British Home Emporium and Nautilus Diner, he was ...

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