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Wawa Approved Unanimously by Randolph Board of Adjustment

December 15, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph Board of Adjustment unanimously approved the construction of a Wawa on the site of Nagel’s Candy Barn after months of meetings and testimony. The Randolph 10 Developers, LLC agreed to use private funds to improve the intersection between Route 10, Millbrook Ave and Quaker Church Road.

Developers anticipate the store opening in Spring 2020 with site work ...

Local College Students Give Back This Holiday Season

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- Often the season of giving is flooded with shopping, preparing, shipping and stressing. It becomes easy to forget that there are many in need, especially uring the holidays. For two local college students who have lived in East Hanover their whole lives, Christmas morning was always an exciting one filled with presents and most of their Christmas list checked ...

Over 400 Toys for Tots Collected by the Morris County Republicans

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Over 400 toys were collected on Saturday when the Morris County Republicans held their annual Toys For Tots drive at Zeris Inn.  

The toys were donated by members of the Republican Party and Elected Officials throughout Morris County.  Larry and Debra Casha representing UNICO of Montville helped gather the collected toys for their annual distribution ...

Brewery Proposed for Former Roxbury Roller Rink

ROXBURY, NJ - Are you ready for Ledgewood Lager? How about Port Morris Port or Succasunna Summer Ale?

A former roller skating rink in Kenvil that hasn’t seen skaters in more than three decades is being eyed as a future haven for craft beer lovers, and the would-be proprietor said he would consider naming his creations after places in Roxbury.

Long Valley resident Steven Ashton wants ...

Montville School Substitute Fired Due to "Santa Isn't Real" Diatribe

MONTVILLE, NJ – On Nov. 29, TAPinto Montville reported that a substitute teacher at Cedar Hill Elementary School told first graders that Santa did not exist. In addition, the sub told the kids that the Tooth Fairy, the Elf on the Shelf, and the Easter Bunny are all fake as well. Parents in Montville were extremely upset and angry on social media, calling for the firing of the teacher.

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NJ Parents Fuming After They Say Substitute Teacher Told First Graders Santa Wasn't Real

MONTVILLE, NJ – Social media was steaming and Montville parents were fuming when a parent whose child is a first grader at Cedar Hill Elementary in Towaco posted onto the Montville Moms Facebook page Nov. 29 that a substitute teacher identified only as “Ms. M” had told the children in the class that there was no such thing as Santa.

Mayra Aboyoun wrote that she was furious ...

Liquid Church to Pack One Million Holiday Meals to Serve Hungry Families Around the World

5,000 Volunteers Will Serve Across 6 New Jersey Locations on December 7th & 8th As Part of Community Christmas Outreach Initiative

PARSIPPANY, NJ - November 26, 2018 – In an effort to serve the hungry around the world, Liquid Church, recently named #43 on Outreach Magazine’s list of fastest-growing American Christian churches, has announced it will pack one million holiday ...

Parsippany Resident Saves Choking Victim at the Movies

PARSIPPANY, NJ - On what was supposed to be a relaxing Sunday at the movies, quickly turned into a life and death heroic act from a Parsippany resident.

Last Sunday, November 18th while Nicolas Limanov was watching a movie at the Parsippany Cinepolis, he heard a scream for help from a female nearby.  Her husband was unconscious and not responding.  Limanov immediately mobilized into ...

Madison Man Arrested for Racial Slur 'Graffiti' on Borough Buildings

MADISON, NJ - Madison Police Detectives Ken Shannon and Adam Riley arrested Jesse J. Kimball, 48 of Madison, NJ in the early morning hours of Nov. 18 for vandalism throughout the borough.   "The spray paint vandalism depicted racial slurs that were targeted at a veteran Madison Police Officer, " said Lt. John Miscia of the Madison Police Department.

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School District of the Chathams Seeks Part-Time Paraprofessional Staff for High School and Middle School

The School District of the Chathams is currently hiring part-time paraprofessional staff for our high school and middle school. 

Please contact Beth Grant, Manager of Human Resources, at (973)457-2524 or bgrant@chatham-nj.org for further details.  All applications must be submitted via the Human Resources section of the district website.

 

 

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