'Goodbye Orchid' and 'With or Without You' Book Launch

Join local authors Carol Van Den Hende and NY Times bestseller Caroline Leavitt for a fun evening discussing their new books.

Limited spots available so RSVP for your Zoom seat today online or by calling the library at 973 584-2400.

Contact Information
  1. Karen Cerreta
  2. 973-584-2400
  3. karen.cerreta@roxburylibrary.org
Wed, September 16
7:00 pm — 8:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 09/16/2020 7:00pm 09/16/2020 8:00pm America/New_York 'Goodbye Orchid' and 'With or Without You' Book Launch

Join local authors Carol Van Den Hende and NY Times bestseller Caroline Leavitt for a fun evening discussing their new books.

Limited spots available so RSVP for your Zoom seat today online or by calling the library at 973 584-2400.

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Roxbury BOE Candidate Sharon MacGregor

September 22, 2020

Sharon MacGregor has lived in Roxbury for about 3 years. Presently, she works as a web design/content management consultant for Becton Dickinson, in Franklin Lakes, where she has worked since 2013.

In addition, she has a freelance design business, Shmac Design, where she designs websites, books, all types of collateral such as business cards and brochures, as well as science and technical ...

Roxbury BOE Candidate Ralph Casendino (RJ)

Ralph J Casendino Jr (RJ)


RJ is a lifelong Morris County resident. In 2008, Rj and his wife Dawn moved to the Landing section of

Roxbury, before settling in Succasunna in 2013. They have (3) children ages 8,6 and 2. Their (2) oldest

children currently attend Kennedy Elementary School.

Education has always been a priority to RJ and Dawn. Prior to staying home with their ...

Advice & Opinion

Tune In to The Todd Leonard Show about Overcoming Cancer

Click here https://toddleonardshow.com/2020/07/29/the-todd-leonard-show-discuss-overcoming-cancer-with-jim-desimone/ to watch this past Sunday’s Show which aired on our Facebook live stream discussing overcoming cancer with guest Jim DeSimone. 

Jim’s remarkable courage and strength is truly inspirational!

Each week The Todd Leonard Show features incredible guests ...

Tune In to The Todd Leonard Show Discussing Feeding the Hungry with Terry Connolly of Nourish.NJ

Click here https://toddleonardshow.com/2020/07/22/the-todd-leonard-show-discuss-feeding-the-hungry-with-teresa-connolly-of-nourish-nj/ to watch this past Sunday’s Show which aired on our Facebook live stream talking about feeding the hungry and all of the incredible programs Nourish.NJ provides to those in need.

For over 36 years, each and every day they help lift up our ...

Avoid Financial Mistakes During Retirement

When you retire, you’ve learned a lot about all sorts of things, helping you avoid some of the mistakes you made earlier in life. However, you may still be susceptible to financial missteps specifically related to your retirement years. How can you dodge these errors?

Consider these suggestions:

Manage your withdrawal rate carefully. You will likely need to tap into your ...

Sticking to Budget Can Boost Your Emergency Fund

During the coronavirus pandemic, our health concerns – for ourselves and our loved ones – have been at the top of our minds. But financial worries have been there, too, both for people whose employment has been affected and for investors anxious about the volatile financial markets. And one aspect of every individual’s total financial picture has become quite clear – the ...

How Should I Manage My Retirement Plan?


Employer-sponsored retirement plans are more valuable than ever. The money in them accumulates tax deferred until it is withdrawn, typically in retirement. Distributions from a tax-deferred retirement plan such as a 401(k) are taxed as ordinary income and may be subject to a 10% federal income tax penalty if withdrawn prior to age 59½. And contributions to a 401(k) plan ...

Will Social Security Retire Before You Do?

People have traditionally seen Social Security benefits as the foundation of their retirement planning programs. The Social Security contributions deducted from workers’ paychecks have, in effect, served as a government-enforced retirement savings plan.

However, the Social Security system is under increasing strain. Better health care and longer life spans have resulted in an increasing ...

Hackettstown and Newton Medical Centers’ Community Advisory Boards Donate $20K to Foodshed Alliance

The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced new social needs and economic challenges in local communities, particularly for those who have been vulnerable to hardship. Food pantries have experienced increased demand and the need for food access is likely to continue to increase, including among families who have experienced job layoffs, furloughs, illnesses and deaths.

Recognizing this challenge, ...

Eleven Roxbury Area Students Make NJAC All-Academic Team

September 12, 2020

ROXBURY, NJ - Eleven Roxbury area student-athletes were among 1,109 named recently to the New Jersey Athletic Conference All-Academic Team for the 2019-2020 academic year, according to the NJAC.

"To be eligible for the squad, a student-athlete must be a sophomore, junior or senior who has competed in a conference-sponsored sport while achieving a minimum cumulative grade point ...

Students From Roxbury Area Make Montclair Dean's List

ROXBURY, NJ - Montclair State University congratulates Red Hawks named to the Spring 2020 Dean's List who excelled during an unprecedented semester--including a transition to online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Dean's List, issued after the close of the Fall and Spring semesters by the academic deans, gives recognition to students with a 3.500 or higher semester GPA if a ...

Three From Roxbury Make Loyola Dean's List

ROXBURY, NJ - Three students from Roxbury qualified for the spring 2020 Dean's List at Loyola University, according to the school.

The students, all from Succasunna, are Maria Alejandra Terrero, Angela Solazzo and Mackenzie Shelley.

In order to qualify for the Dean's List at Loyola, a student must achieve a minimum QPA of at least 3.5 for the term, provided that, ...

$20.20 admission to New Tree Top Adventure Course in Ledgewood

September 22, 2020

ROXBURY, NJ -With the approval from the state, Roxbury and Morris County completed, FLG X Adventure Course and Zip Line Course (pronounced “Flag Ex”) is now open in Ledgewood.

FLG X will be the activity of choice for tourists (in state and out of state) and residents of New Jersey. FLG X actively works with local businesses to cross-promote each other and contribute to the local ...

Atlantic Health System’s four ACOs saved Medicare more than $21 million, improved care for 75,000 patients in 2019

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Atlantic Health System’s four accountable care organizations saved Medicare a total of more than $21 million through efforts to improve quality and reduce health care costs in 2019, according to recently released performance data from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

The four ACOs - Atlantic ACO, HealthCare Quality Partners ACO, Care Better ACO ...