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Wegmans Grows as Hanover Location Opens its Doors

July 25, 2017

HANOVER, NJ- On Sunday, July 23, 2017, Wegmans continued their century-long tradition of providing quality, healthy food and customer service to consumers as they opened their new store in Hanover Township. It was met with remarkable success as hundreds of people visited the store throughout the day. It caused traffic that was backed up all the way to the exit ramp of Interstate 287 to get onto ...

For Civic Pride, Summit Knows to 'Just Add Water'

Abigail Rubino, daughter of Summit Common Councilman Robert Rubino, checks out the Hilltop City's newest downtown art project -- a City logo that magically appears only when it rains.

 

The science behind the 'now you see it' Summit brand is courtesy of a hydrophobic paint coating that allows -- in this case -- the City of Summit logo to come to ...

Watchung Launches Plan to Save the 'Legend of Watchung' Mural from Demolition

WATCHUNG, NJ - Saving the "Legend of Watchung" mural has taken on a sense of urgency since the timeline for the closing and demolition of the Sears store on Route 22 has been moved up. The Borough Council approved a plan of attack at the last meeting.

The Sears department store is set to close in September and demolition is expected in October. The Historical Committee have been ...

NJ Native Wins World Series of Poker Title and $8.1M Grand Prize in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, NV – It is the biggest poker event of the year and 25-year-old Morristown native Scott Blumstein outlasted his competition at the final table on early Sunday morning to claim the at the 48th annual World Series of Poker (WSOP) title at the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

The final table featured three contestants – Blumstein, Dan Ott and Benjamin ...

Westfield Law Firm will Sue to Make Handicap-Accessible Parking Available

WESTFIELD, NJ — Westfield employment lawyer Fred Shahrooz Scampato wants to make sure that people with disabilities have equal access to what most of us take for granted. That’s why his office is teaming up with the law firm of Jacobson & Rooks in South New Jersey to bring lawsuits against the operators of parking lots and parking garages that fail to adhere to Americans with ...

Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen Votes "Yes" to Reopen Horse Slaughter Plants

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  The House Appropriations Committee voted to take the first steps to re-open horse slaughter plants in the United States. Rodney Frelinghuysen R-NJ, along with twenty six lawmakers voted "yes" to reopen the slaughter plants. Twenty five lawmakers were on the other side voting to protect the animal. 

What would that mean for horses in the ...

New York Jets Helipad Approved for Training Center in Florham Park

FLORHAM PARK, NJ- Back in 2013, the New York Jets submitted a plan to build a helipad at Atlantic Health Jets Training Center (AHJTC) in Florham Park. That plan drew the ire of residents in Florham Park and Madison, where many community residents raised concerns over the noise and the potential for accidents. The plan was subsequently withdrawn in July of that year.

The original New York Jets ...

And That! By Christmas Tree Shops In Woodland Park Sets Grand Opening Date

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Work on And That! by Christmas Tree Shops is moving along at a brisk pace and the store plans to open late next month, and host a grand opening event in September.

The tentative soft opening date is Aug. 25 for the store, located at 1728 Route 46 west, at the site of the former A&P supermarket, according to Danielle Mann, a planner for the grand opening event.

There ...

Passaic County Holds Public Meeting for Feedback On Morris Canal Greenway Project

LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Planners and engineers from Passaic County were recently on hand at a special meeting at the Little Falls Civic Center to discuss the installment of a bridge that will be placed over the Peckman River in order to complete the Morris Canal Greenway, which spans hundreds of miles throughout Northern New Jersey. 

The goal of the project is to create a passive ...

Randolph Unveils the Nations First Trail Blaze For National September 11th Memorial Trail

RANDOLPH, NJ- The entrance to the Patriots Path portion of the Randolph trail system received the prestigious recognition of marking the country’s first Trail Blaze along the new September 11th National Memorial Trail.  

“Today we are most proud of the fact that we play a role as a small part of the 1,300 mile national September 11th Memorial Trail,” said Randolph Mayor ...

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