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April 12, 2022

ROXBURY, NJ – The former Diann’s Boutique gift shop at the corner of Commerce Boulevard and Route 46 in Kenvil is being converted into a home for people suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. The conversion, proposed by Merry Heart Memory Care, was approved Monday by the Roxbury Zoning ...

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ROXBURY, NJ – As he struggled to pay attention during college accounting courses, Steve Mattero questioned whether he really wanted to work with numbers for a living. He ended up working with a lot of numbers, but not the kind found in accounting ledgers and balance sheets. Mattero is the owner ...

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ROXBURY, NJ – The Roxbury Chamber of Commerce recently named Succasunna Staples General Manager Scott Mauer as its businessperson of the year, citing Maurer as being a great example of a community-mindedness. Chamber President Linda Smith presented the award, noting she and others on the board ...

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ROXBURY, NJ - The county wants to show some love on Valentine's Day to small companies, entrepreneurs and non-profits financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. They're invited to file online applications tomorrow for county grants. Applications for the grants, to be issued under the Morris ...

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ROXBURY, NJ – The owner of the Cycle Exchange motorcycle store in Ledgewood wants to expand the business, a project that would entail merging three lots and demolishing a vacant building on one of them. Black River Holdings, headed by Nolan Forlenza of Long Valley, is asking the Roxbury Zoning ...

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ROXBURY, NJ - Roxbury Public Library is once again pleased to be a co-sponsor of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) TaxAide program, providing free tax preparation to local residents.  For the TaxAide program, there are no age or income restrictions. This program helps all low ...

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ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury officials are hoping a Sussex County company will do what Verizon won’t: Offer more Roxbury residents an alternative to Optimum for high-speed Internet. The company, Newton-based Planet Networks, is being courted by Roxbury Township Councilman Fred Hall, who said he met ...

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ROXBURY, NJ – A couple of lonely Christmas trees remain on the racks at Roxbury Garden Center in Succasunna and – given the site owner’s plan for the property – they could be the last ever for sale there. Under a plan being reviewed by officials, the garden center at 125 Route 10 East will ...

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ROXBURY, NJ ­– The owners of a largely vacant shopping center in Landing have agreed to meet with township officials to discuss their plans for the property, said Roxbury Township Manager John Shepherd. The agreement to meet came in response to a Nov. 1 letter from Shepherd to Forsons Partners ...

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ROXBURY, NJ – A proposal to put a small office building on a long-vacant, half-acre site at the corner of Eyland Avenue and Route 10 in Succasunna was shot down this week by Roxbury officials. The proposal, by NYC Maintenance & Restoration of Staten Island, was rejected Wednesday in a 5-4 ...

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ROXBURY, NJ – The developers of The Shops at Ledgewood Commons shopping center plan to demolish the building that once housed a Pizza Hut and build a new structure that will be occupied by a Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen. Advance Realty Investors Director of Asset Management Jared Minatelli said ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Mayor Mark Forstenhausler, Assemblywoman Aura Dunn, and members of the Randolph Town Council and Economic Development Committee came out to help Lightbridge Academy of Randolph celebrate their official opening on Saturday, Sept. 18. The center, located at 765 Rt. 10 East in ...

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ROXBURY, NJ ­– The long-delayed cleanup of contaminated soil at the former Hercules Powder Works site in Kenvil — a huge site where explosives were made for about 125 years — is about to begin. The cleanup project will involve on-site treatment of 100,000 tons of dirt tainted with ...

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ROXBURY, NJ --- QuickChek’s first outpost in Roxbury is now open and the company today said the 24-hour convenience store and gas station will employ up to 45 people and bring lots of tax revenue to the town. The store, which opened Sept. 16, is situated at the intersection of Mountain Road and ...

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ROXBURY, NJ — Returning passenger service to the former Lackawanna Cutoff rail line through Roxbury would not only benefit commuters and vacationers but also college students, said Amtrak in a recent statement. The government-subsidized, quasi-public company is hoping to run passenger trains ...

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ROXBURY, NJ — The owners of a proposed luxury daycare/hotel for dogs, a project delayed last year, hope to have the place open by year’s end. That might be wishful thinking, acknowledged Debbie Hom, a Berkeley Heights resident who, with her husband, Gary, is building the proposed K9 Resorts ...

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ROXBURY, NJ — A long-vacant corner lot on Route 10 in Succasunna would house a new commercial building if a developer’s plan is approved by Roxbury officials. The half-acre site is at the northwest corner of Route 10 and Eyland Avenue across Eyland from the Dunkin Donuts/Mini Mart and BP ...

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ROXBURY, NJ — After moving to Roxbury to become township manager about four years ago, John Shepherd brought his family to the former Ledgewood Mall. At festivities today celebrating the new shopping center that replaced the old mall, Shepherd recalled that day. He said his 16-year-old daughter, ...

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ROXBURY, NJ — Roxbury resident Nicole Licciardi will be honored early next month by the Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey as being a “woman of achievement.” The organization plans to present Licciardi, of Succasunna, with its Elinor J. Ferdon Young Woman of Promise award. The presentation will ...

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