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Another Win for Roxbury Hockey

January 16, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ - The Roxbury High School ice hockey team won its fourth game of the year on Monday by defeating the West Morris Wolfpack.

The Gaels won 4-3 in the Martin Luther King Day contest at Mennen Sports Arena. The victory brought Roxbury's record to 4-11-1.

After a scoreless first period, both teams got their offenses going. Roxbury scored two during the middle period and ...

Roxbury Ice Hockey Notches Much-Needed Win

Morris Township, NJ – In a high-scoring contest that saw Shane Miller score four goals, the Roxbury High School ice hockey team defeated Sparta Jefferson United on Wednesday by a score of 8-6.

It was a much-needed victory for the struggling Gaels, a win that brought their record to 3-11-1.

The Mennen Sports Arena battle saw Miller score three goals in the first period and one in the ...

Both Roxbury Basketball Squads Fall to Morris Knolls

ROXBURY, NJ – It was a losing night Wednesday for both the boys and girls basketball teams from Roxbury High School.

Playing away, the ladies were defeated 45-21 by Morris Knolls. Meanwhile, on the home court in Succasunna, the boys fell 56 to 30 to the Morris Knolls team.

The loss for the girls brings their record to 2-5 while the boys find themselves at 3-5. The Golden Eagles ...

Before Departing, Christie Keeps Roxbury Station Revival on Track

January 16, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ – Funding approved Monday by former Gov. Chris Christie means restoration of the historic former Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad station in Landing should be finished before summertime.

The $259,000 historic preservation grant authorized by the outdoing governor will enable the Lake Hopatcong Foundation to complete most of the train station project, said Marty ...

Christie Signs Lake Hopatcong Fund Bill

TRENTON, NJ - The state will provide $500,000 annually to preserve and maintain Lake Hopatcong, thanks to proposals signed into law Monday by Gov. Chris Christie in his last day in office.

One of the new law's sponsors was state Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, who also serves as Roxbury's township counsel. Roxbury is one of four municipalities bordering Lake Hopatcong, the state's ...

Landfill Tainted Roxbury Stream Keeps Getting Cleaner

ROXBURY, NJ – The water quality of Ledgewood Brook, a stream near the former Fenimore Landfill, has improved dramatically in the years following the state’s capping of the problematic dump, according to a water quality watchdog group.

The purity of Ledgewood Brook was tested last June by the non-profit Raritan Headwaters Association (RHA) and determined to be “good.” ...

Hopatcong Block Party Open to Sponsors and Vendors

January 17, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ - Winter’s chill may be keeping people huddled inside their homes for now, but there’s no freeze on plans for a celebration designed to help thousands of Lake Hopatcong area neighbors warm back up in the spring.

The Fifth Annual Lake Hopatcong Block Party, at Hopatcong State Park in Landing, is scheduled for May 12, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hosted by the Lake ...

Another Roxbury Principal 'Flocked' For the Kids

ROXBURY, NJ - Although winter is here, the pink flamingo flocking continues around Roxbury.

The latest Roxbury School administrator to be hit hit was Chris Argenziano, principal of Lincoln/Roosevelt School. He came in one recent morning to find his office full of 50 pink flamingos. One was sitting at his desk. A group was having a bite to eat around his conference room ...

Two 'Talon-ted' Volunteers Earn Eagle Rank in Roxbury

ROXBURY, NJ - Roxbury Boy Scout Troop 54 welcomed its 119th and 120th Eagle Scouts with open “wings” on Jan. 13.

James Burke and Michael Hayde, both seniors at Roxbury High School, were awarded the honored title at the United Methodist Church on Main Street in Succasunna after 12 years of dedication to the Boy Scouts of America.

To become an Eagle Scout, a Boy Scout must, among ...

Fire Ruins Trucking Company Building in Roxbury

January 8, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ - Fire did extensive damage to a trucking garage in the Landing section of Roxbury today, prompting a heavy response by area fire departments.

The incident took place, in 20-degree weather, at the Prince Trucking facility at 145 Center St. Smoke was reported coming from the top of the company's large garage and shop building shortly after 3 p.m., said ...

Does Main Street in Succasunna Need a Flashing Light for Roxbury Fire Trucks?

ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury should consider installing a flashing light in front of the fire station in Succasunna, says a member of the township council.

Roxbury Councilwoman Jaki Albrecht, who made the suggestion at a recent council meeting, said such a light would come in handy when members of Roxbury Chemical Engine Co. 1 and EMS need to pull equipment onto Main Street during times of ...

For Roxbury's Port Morris Fire House, Just One More Trip Around the Sun

ROXBURY, NJ – The end is coming for the old firehouse on Main Street in Port Morris. If all goes as planned, the place that Roxbury Fire Co. 2 called home for many decades has about a year left.

Then, sometime in 2019, heavy equipment will tumble the building to make way for new homes to be built by Morris Habitat for Humanity. If it all works out, Port Morris will ...

Another Roxbury Principal 'Flocked' For the Kids

January 14, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ - Although winter is here, the pink flamingo flocking continues around Roxbury.

The latest Roxbury School administrator to be hit hit was Chris Argenziano, principal of Lincoln/Roosevelt School. He came in one recent morning to find his office full of 50 pink flamingos. One was sitting at his desk. A group was having a bite to eat around his conference room ...

Roxbury Fashion Design Class Creates Items for a Good Cause

ROXBURY, NJ - Students in Roxbury High School’s Fashion Design class recently created special items for Goryeb Children’s Hospital at Morristown Medical Hospital.

Fourteen students in Ruth Falvey’s year-long class completed two sewing projects. The first was making 38 fleece hats and the other was making 13 children’s pillowcases that were packaged and donated to the ...

Roxbury Middle Schoolers Compete Against High School Teams in Robot Challenge

ROXBURY, NJ - Eisenhower Middle School’s RoxBotix Jr. team competed recently in the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) at Wayne Hills High School.

The team, composed of seventh- and eighth-graders, took on high school competitors from around the region. Unfortunately, due to tie-breaking procedures, the team missed out on the playoffs for the day.

Team advisor and EMS STEM ...

Kenvil Car Crash Driver Pleads Guilty, Faces Up To 10 Years

January 3, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - A Warren County man who crashed a car in Kenvil in August, while trying to escape police, pleaded guilty to attempting to elude arrest and now faces up to 10 years in prison, said authorities.

The man, Michael Gill, of Oxford, was initially charged with aggravated assault and other crimes after the Aug. 16 incident. He pleaded guilty Tuesday in state Superior Court to ...

Man Sexually Assaulted Roxbury Girl He Babysat; Faces Prison and Fines

MORRISTOWN, NJ – A Stanhope man faces up to 10 years in state prison, and fines of up to $150,000, for sexually assaulting a Roxbury girl he babysat when she was four and five, authorities said today.

The man, Cameron Muir, 23, was found guilty Dec. 21 of two counts of second-degree sexual assault and two counts of third-degree endangering the welfare of a child, said the ...

Report: Former Roxbury Educator Gets Probation for Testicle Slapping

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Former Roxbury High School Assistant Principal Roger Schneider will not serve time behind bars for engaging in a form of horseplay, with a 15-year-old boy, that included slapping the youth's testicles with the back of his hand, according to a newspaper report.

Schneider, who pleaded guilty in October to one count of child abuse, was sentenced Friday to a year of ...

Roxbury's Heather Darling Takes Freeholder Oath

January 6, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Roxbury lawyer Heather Darling is now a Morris County freeholder.

The Republican, whose office is in Succasunna, was sworn-in to a 3-year term at the start of the board's Jan. 5 reorganization session. Darling won election to the post in November. She replaces former Morris County Freeholder Hank Lyon, of Montville, who did not seek re-election.

Darling won the GOP ...

Circle Bowl in Roxbury Plans to 'Keep it Fresh'

January 19, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ – Although they only recently completed a $5 million upgrade, the owners of Circle Bowl and Entertainment in Ledgewood are planning new things for the establishment, including an expansion of its arcade room.

The announcement was made Wednesday to members of the Roxbury Area Chamber of Commerce. The chamber members gathered at Circle Bowl for the group’s monthly lunch ...

'Landmark' Roxbury Garden Center Closes; New Operators Possible

ROXBURY, NJ – Dering’s Garden Supply, a fixture of the Route 10 corridor in Succasunna, has shut down after more than six decades in business.

Dering’s, a popular source for plants, flowers, Christmas Trees and many other necessities for those with green thumbs, announced the closure earlier this month.

“After 65 years of business we will be retiring and closing ...

Hopatcong Block Party Open to Sponsors and Vendors

ROXBURY, NJ - Winter’s chill may be keeping people huddled inside their homes for now, but there’s no freeze on plans for a celebration designed to help thousands of Lake Hopatcong area neighbors warm back up in the spring.

The Fifth Annual Lake Hopatcong Block Party, at Hopatcong State Park in Landing, is scheduled for May 12, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hosted by the Lake ...

Christie Signs Lake Hopatcong Fund Bill

January 15, 2018

TRENTON, NJ - The state will provide $500,000 annually to preserve and maintain Lake Hopatcong, thanks to proposals signed into law Monday by Gov. Chris Christie in his last day in office.

One of the new law's sponsors was state Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, who also serves as Roxbury's township counsel. Roxbury is one of four municipalities bordering Lake Hopatcong, the state's ...

Landfill Tainted Roxbury Stream Keeps Getting Cleaner

ROXBURY, NJ – The water quality of Ledgewood Brook, a stream near the former Fenimore Landfill, has improved dramatically in the years following the state’s capping of the problematic dump, according to a water quality watchdog group.

The purity of Ledgewood Brook was tested last June by the non-profit Raritan Headwaters Association (RHA) and determined to be “good.” ...

Help For Roxbury Folks Holding Post-Holiday Recyclables?

ROXBURY, NJ – The township might open its recycling center during a weekday after Christmas and New Year’s Day to help residents currently left holding recyclables for several weeks because the holidays fall on their scheduled pickup days.

The matter was raised by Roxbury Councilman Richard Zoschak, a Landing resident, at Tuesday’s meeting of the Roxbury Mayor and Council.

'Landmark' Roxbury Garden Center Closes; New Operators Possible

January 18, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ – Dering’s Garden Supply, a fixture of the Route 10 corridor in Succasunna, has shut down after more than six decades in business.

Dering’s, a popular source for plants, flowers, Christmas Trees and many other necessities for those with green thumbs, announced the closure earlier this month.

“After 65 years of business we will be retiring and closing ...

For Roxbury's Port Morris Fire House, Just One More Trip Around the Sun

ROXBURY, NJ – The end is coming for the old firehouse on Main Street in Port Morris. If all goes as planned, the place that Roxbury Fire Co. 2 called home for many decades has about a year left.

Then, sometime in 2019, heavy equipment will tumble the building to make way for new homes to be built by Morris Habitat for Humanity. If it all works out, Port Morris will ...

Before Departing, Christie Keeps Roxbury Station Revival on Track

January 16, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ – Funding approved Monday by former Gov. Chris Christie means restoration of the historic former Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad station in Landing should be finished before summertime.

The $259,000 historic preservation grant authorized by the outdoing governor will enable the Lake Hopatcong Foundation to complete most of the train station project, said Marty ...

Eight Roxbury High School Students Accepted into Region Honors Choir

January 9, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ - Eight Roxbury High School students were recently accepted into an ensemble composed of the top singers in northern New Jersey.

The ensemble is called the North Jersey School Music Association Region High School Honors Choir. The North Jersey School Music Association pushes for the advancement of music instruction in northern New Jersey’s schools that provide in-service ...

Rockaway Mall Fills with Holiday Sounds Thanks to Roxbury Students

ROXBURY, NJ - Patrons at Rockaway Townsquare Mall were treated to the holiday sounds of a clarinet ensemble on Dec. 10 under the direction of Roxbury Community School’s applied music lessons teacher Jennifer Branch.

Lincoln/Roosevelt School’s sixth-grade band and choir teacher, Kate Katz was there. “Branch graciously opened the invitation to ...

A Festive Front Yard Aims to Help Roxbury Social Services

ROXBURY, NJ - You can thank Danny and Marianne D'Amico for the festive glow lighting up the night sky to the east of the Succasunna ShopRite Parking lot.

Janet Wald, director of Roxbury Social Services Department, sure does.

The radiance shining through the trees is coming from an elaborate Christmas display taking up most of the D'Amico's front yard. The couple ...

Ecumenical Thanksgiving Worship Service

November 15, 2017

ROXBURY, NJ - The Roxbury Clergy Council is hosting a Community Wide Ecumenical Thanksgiving Worship service on Sunday, Nov. 19. 

This year, the worship service will be hosted at Temple Shalom beginning at 7:00 p.m.. 

During this time of community worship, members of various choirs will sing together, the Roxbury Clergy will assist in the worship and Father Marc ...

Succasunna Church's Nighttime Cemetery Tour Goes Well

ROXBURY, - More than 150 people braved a damp, dark night earlier this week to participate in the First Presbyterian Church of Succasunna’s first Moonlight History & Mystery Cemetery Tour.

The event, a fundraiser for the church’s mission activities, attracted people of all ages, said Michele O’Halloran, a member of the church who helped organize the tour. “We had ...

CKO Roxbury to Host Thanksgiving Morning "Flip The Bird To Cancer" Punch-A-Thon

November 22, 2017

ROXBURY, NJ- CKO Roxbury Kickboxing, a TAPinto Roxbury sponsor situated in the Roxbury Mall in Succasunna, is once again teaming up with the Dean Michael Clarizio Cancer Foundation (DMCCF) for its second annual punch-a-thon. 

The event is an effort to raise funds that will benefit families in their fight with cancer.

The DMCCF was founded by its namesake, Dean Clarizio, during his ...

CKO Roxbury to Host Thanksgiving Morning "Flip The Bird To Cancer" Punch-A-Thon

ROXBURY, NJ- CKO Roxbury Kickboxing, a TAPinto Roxbury sponsor situated in the Roxbury Mall in Succasunna, is once again teaming up with the Dean Michael Clarizio Cancer Foundation (DMCCF) for its second annual punch-a-thon. 

The event is an effort to raise funds that will benefit families in their fight with cancer.

The DMCCF was founded by its namesake, Dean Clarizio, during his ...

Roxbury Students Invited to Mountain Bike Team

ROXBURY, NJ - A recently formed interscholastic mountain biking team based in Randolph is inviting sixth-grade to 12th-grade Roxbury students to participate.

The team, called the Randolph Revolution, fields riders that compete in mountain bike races in the New Jersey Interscholastic Cycling League (NJICL), a National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) sanctioned, ...

Roxbury's Heather Darling Takes Freeholder Oath

January 6, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Roxbury lawyer Heather Darling is now a Morris County freeholder.

The Republican, whose office is in Succasunna, was sworn-in to a 3-year term at the start of the board's Jan. 5 reorganization session. Darling won election to the post in November. She replaces former Morris County Freeholder Hank Lyon, of Montville, who did not seek re-election.

Darling won the GOP ...

Cops: Drunken Patron Pulled Gun on Budd Lake Barkeep

MOUNT OLIVE, NJ - An intoxicated township man on Wednesday pointed a handgun at the manager of a Budd Lake tavern after the manager tried to prevent him from driving home, police said.

The man, Patrick Hanright, 34, of Mount Olive, faces a number of charges due to the incident, including possession of a weapon for unlawful purposes, terroristic threats and driving while intoxicated, said Mount ...

Two Who Ran After Morris Plains Crash Face Gun Charges and More

MORRISTOWN, NJ –Two men who ran away from police after smashing a car Tuesday – prompting a search that included dogs and a helicopter - face numerous charges including illegal gun possession, police said today.

The men, Meshach Whagar, 28, of Newark, and Tione Davis, 35, of East Orange, are in jail, having been captured and charged with many crimes, said Morris County Prosecutor ...

Getting it Right From the Start; Roxbury Realtor Bob Idakaar

ROXBURY, NJ – Twenty years ago this month, Bob Idakaar experienced an unprofessional real estate agent. That’s when he decided to be a good one.

Idakaar, a lifelong Succasunna resident and TAPinto Roxbury sponsor, bought his fifth home in July 1997. A big event, one that could have been joyous, ended up being stressful and unenjoyable.

“I had a bad experience,” he ...

Roxbury Diner: Homespun Hospitality Through Thick and Thin

ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury was being buried in snow March 14 and most businesses were closed. Not Roxbury Diner.

Roxbury Diner isn’t like most businesses.For co-owner Jimmy Dontas, a snowstorm – even a blizzard – isn’t a reason to suspend operations. Instead, it’s a call to action.

To many in town, Roxbury Diner – a TAPinto Roxbury sponsor – is ...

It Began With Filling Your Tank; Now They Fix Your Grandson’s Car

When we drive east on Route 10 through Roxbury, many of us might remember a Shell station at the Randolph border next to the golf range. It was in that station that Nancy and Peyton Knight began their long history of auto repair in the township.

That was 1983 and soon the Knights’ business grew and expanded. The humble gas station gradually morphed into a state-of-the-art ...

Orthopedic Urgent Care in Roxbury - Open Late and on Weekends

ROXBURY, NJ – It’s a pleasant Sunday morning, you’re playing volleyball in the back yard with the kids and – forgetting you’re not 17 anymore – you jump up to smack that ball.

Instead of feeling the satisfaction of an unanswered spike, you feel the stinging pain of a wounded ankle.

The only good thing about this scenario is that you live in Roxbury. That ...

Love of His Hometown Drives Roxbury Realtor Ted Miller II

ROXBURY, N.J. – Most local real estate agents can tell you what houses are for sale in Roxbury. Ted Miller can probably tell you what was there before the houses were built. 

Miller, a TAPinto Roxbury sponsor, grew up in the township and has watched it change from bucolic to bustling. The son of a local Realtor, ...

Three Sons at His Side, John Klein Makes Plumbing a Family Affair

ROXBURY, N.J. - Running water and a warm house during winter months are some of the most important amenities we enjoy -- and often take for granted -- in our homes.

With John Klein Plumbing & Heating, a TAPinto Roxbury sponsor, residents of Roxbury (and beyond) have a father-and-sons company they count on for reliable plumbing and heating services to keep the ...

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Sun, January 21, 4:00 PM

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AtlantiCast: Episode 010

On this week’s AtlantiCast, we take you to the groundbreaking for an expansion to Morristown Medical Center, introduce you to the newest babies of 2018 at Atlantic Health System and share some must-see winter weather tips!

 

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Getting it Right From the Start; Roxbury Realtor Bob Idakaar

ROXBURY, NJ – Twenty years ago this month, Bob Idakaar experienced an unprofessional real estate agent. That’s when he decided to be a good one.

Idakaar, a lifelong Succasunna resident and TAPinto Roxbury sponsor, bought his fifth home in July 1997. A big event, one that could have been joyous, ended up being stressful and unenjoyable.

“I had a bad experience,” he ...

Roxbury Diner: Homespun Hospitality Through Thick and Thin

ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury was being buried in snow March 14 and most businesses were closed. Not Roxbury Diner.

Roxbury Diner isn’t like most businesses.For co-owner Jimmy Dontas, a snowstorm – even a blizzard – isn’t a reason to suspend operations. Instead, it’s a call to action.

To many in town, Roxbury Diner – a TAPinto Roxbury sponsor – is ...

It Began With Filling Your Tank; Now They Fix Your Grandson’s Car

When we drive east on Route 10 through Roxbury, many of us might remember a Shell station at the Randolph border next to the golf range. It was in that station that Nancy and Peyton Knight began their long history of auto repair in the township.

That was 1983 and soon the Knights’ business grew and expanded. The humble gas station gradually morphed into a state-of-the-art ...

Orthopedic Urgent Care in Roxbury - Open Late and on Weekends

ROXBURY, NJ – It’s a pleasant Sunday morning, you’re playing volleyball in the back yard with the kids and – forgetting you’re not 17 anymore – you jump up to smack that ball.

Instead of feeling the satisfaction of an unanswered spike, you feel the stinging pain of a wounded ankle.

The only good thing about this scenario is that you live in Roxbury. That ...

Love of His Hometown Drives Roxbury Realtor Ted Miller II

ROXBURY, N.J. – Most local real estate agents can tell you what houses are for sale in Roxbury. Ted Miller can probably tell you what was there before the houses were built. 

Miller, a TAPinto Roxbury sponsor, grew up in the township and has watched it change from bucolic to bustling. The son of a local Realtor, ...

Three Sons at His Side, John Klein Makes Plumbing a Family Affair

ROXBURY, N.J. - Running water and a warm house during winter months are some of the most important amenities we enjoy -- and often take for granted -- in our homes.

With John Klein Plumbing & Heating, a TAPinto Roxbury sponsor, residents of Roxbury (and beyond) have a father-and-sons company they count on for reliable plumbing and heating services to keep the ...

Letters to TAPinto Roxbury

Proving yourself first

January 5, 2018

Dear Editor,

I have read with interest the reaction of the only Democrat member of Roxbury's Town Council regarding his appointments to committees.

I recently retired after over 40 years in senior leadership roles in both public and private sectors. I have always found that responsibility is earned through proving one's self through team work, due ...

Two From Roxbury Area Make UVM Dean's List

January 19, 2018

BURLINGTON, VT -- Zoe Quan-Shau of Flanders and Samantha Valerie Mae Meneses of Succasunna were named to the Dean's List at the University of Vermont. To be named to the dean's list, students must have a grade-point average of 3.0 or better and rank in the top 20 percent of their class in their respective college or school.

University of Rhode Island Dean's List Includes Students from Roxbury

KINGSTON, RI - The University of Rhode Island is pleased to announce that 5,500 undergraduates have qualified for the fall 2017 Dean's List. The students represent nearly all of Rhode Island's cities and towns, all six New England states, New York and New Jersey, and many other states and nations.

To be included on the Dean's List, students must have completed 12 or more ...

Bedel-Franklin and Grady Make Emerson Dean's List

BOSTON, MA  - Hannah Bedel-Franklin, of Kenvil, and Matthew Grady, of Landing, were named to Emerson College's Dean's List for the Fall 2017 semester. The requirement to make the Dean's List is a grade point average of 3.7 or higher.

Samuel Sherwood makes Roger Williams University Dean's List

BRISTOL, RI -- Samuel Sherwood of Succasunna was named to the Fall 2017 Dean's List at Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I.

Full-time students who complete 12 or more credits per semester and earn a GPA of 3.4 or higher are placed on the Dean's List that semester.

 

Succasunna's Kent Libby Named to Worcester Polytechnic Institute Dean's List

WORCESTER, MA - Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) has announced that Kent Libby of Succasunna,, a member of the class of 2020 majoring in robotics engineering, was named to the university's Dean's List for academic excellence for the fall 2017 semester.

A total of 1,608 undergraduate students achieved the criteria required for WPI's fall 2017 Dean's List. The criteria ...

Press Releases

First Energy Donates to Morris Habitat for Humanity ReStore

January 17, 2018

First Energy is pleased to partner with Morris Habitat for Humanity to provide a grant to support Operator Safety Training for the ReStore staff and volunteers. A check for $2,500 from First Energy Foundation was presented to Morris Habitat and the ReStore on January 16, 2018.  Pictured are Mel Oppenheimer, ReStore Advisory Committee; Blair Schleicher Bravo, CEO Morris Habitat; Michael ...

Brain Cancer Study Opens at Overlook Medical Center - One of Four Sites in Country

Kurt Jaeckle, MD, co-director of the Gerald J. Glasser Brain Tumor Center at Overlook Medical Center, and medical director of the Atlantic Center for Research, is leading a phase III study of novel drug VAL-083, which has already shown promise in Glioblastoma and other cancers. 

The study is for patients whose glioblastoma multiforme or gliosarcoma has progressed during or after treatment ...