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Seasons 52 to open in Hanover on Route 10

HANOVER — Parsippany Hanover Realty received approval from Township of Hanover Planning Board to construct a Seasons 52 Wine Bar and Grill restaurant on the property located at 1400 Route 10 West. Seasons 52 is a wine bar and grill that offers fresh, seasonal restaurant...

Pennacchio: New Jersey’s Treatment of COVID-19 Patients Makes No Sense

MORRIS COUNTY — New Jersey State Senator Joe Pennacchio once again questioned how the State is dictating how doctors may treat their patients. “Instead of allowing doctors to prophylactically or immediately treat patients, New Jersey is requiring them to have a full-blown case of coronavirus...

Murphy Signs Executive Order Permitting Municipalities and Counties to Impose Additional Restrictions

MORRIS COUNTY — Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order No. 195, which permits municipalities and counties to impose additional restrictions on the hours of operation of non-essential retail businesses, food and beverage establishments, and recreation and entertainment businesses after 8:00 p.m. The Order prohibits...

COVID-Related Violations of State Alcohol Laws to Area Establishments

MORRIS COUNTY — New Jersey Attorney General Grewal announced that the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) issued charges against numerous bars, restaurants, breweries and liquor stores for violating executive orders related to COVID-19. All of the establishments face suspension of their liquor licenses...

30 Days After Health Clubs Were Closed, Consumers May Now Be Eligible for Refunds or Credits

MORRIS COUNTY — Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the Division of Consumer Affairs announced that consumers may be eligible for partial refunds or credits from their health club memberships, now that gyms across the state have been closed for 30 days under Executive...

Morris County’s Latest News on Voting This November

MORRIS COUNTY — The Morris County Board of Elections continues to update voters on what to expect as Election Day, November 3, 2020, nears under Governor Phil Murphy’s order for a primarily vote-by-mail election. Some quick facts:                ...

Denville Man Charged with Murder, Arson and Weapons Offenses

MORRIS COUNTY — Acting Morris County Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll, Morris County Sheriff James M. Gannon, Chief of Detectives Chris Kimker, and Denville Police Chief Frank Perna announce that Anthony Citro, 41, of 37 Chestnut Hill Drive East, Denville, has been charged with first-degree...

Murphy Signs Executive Order Extending Public Health Emergency

MORRIS COUNTY — Governor Phil Murphy today signed Executive Order No. 171. The Order extends the Public Health Emergency that was declared on March 9, 2020, through Executive Order No. 103, which was previously extended on April 7, May 6, June 4, and July...

Updated Quarantine Advisory Issued for Individuals Traveling to New Jersey, Bringing New Total to 46 States and Territories

MORRIS COUNTY — Governor Phil Murphy today advised individuals traveling to New Jersey from states or territories with significant community spread of COVID-19 to quarantine for a 14-day period from the time of the last contact within the identified state or territory. The updated...

Revised Visiting Hours at Morristown Medical Center as COVID-19 Cases Rise

MORRISTOWN — As the number of positive cases in Morris County increases, Morristown Memorial Hospital has adjusted its visiting hours and procedures. Morris County has seen an increase of over 600 new positive cases within one week, with 229 cases reported in the past...

NJ Labor Department Urges Businesses to Keep Employees on the Payroll through COVID-19 

MORRIS COUNTY —The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) is urging employers to keep employees on the payroll throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and to take advantage of a 100 percent, dollar for dollar, payroll tax credit provided under the Families First...

Governor Murphy Signs Furlough Legislation into Law

TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation (A4132) which would modify the State’s shared work program and change eligibility for the State’s unemployment insurance program. Earlier this week the bill was returned to the Legislature with recommended changes necessary to facilitate furloughs in lieu...

Premier of “Mallory” the Movie is Available to View for Limited Time

MORRIS COUNTY — Recently, the public had the opportunity to view the movie, Mallory, which is the story of Mallory Grossman, 12, a student from Rockaway Township, who fell victim to suicide after being bullied for nine months. The film that launched Friday evening is...

Morris County COVID-19 Patient Testing Center Opens Monday at CCM

MORRIS COUNTY — Morris County, in coordination with Atlantic Health System, will open a COVID-19 drive-thru testing center for Morris County residents only, located at the County College of Morris (CCM) in Randolph starting Monday, March 30. Registration started Sunday at 10:00 a.m. The Morris...

Murphy Suspends In-Person Requirements for Marriages and Receipt of Working Papers for Minors

MORRIS COUNTY — Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order No. 135, suspending in-person requirements for receipt of a marriage license and marriage ceremonies, and for the receipt of working papers for minors. “Our current public health emergency requires us to adjust our processes to protect...

If you didn’t get the 20-week Unemployment Extension, here’s one reason why

MORRIS COUNTY — The N.J. Department of Labor said it has started paying 20 weeks of additional unemployment benefits to those who exhausted their payments. Before the extension, workers would receive 26 weeks of regular benefits and then 13 weeks more from a federal...

Cyberbullying – Often a Devastating Form of Child Abuse

MORRIS COUNTY — Cyberbullying is often a devastating form of child abuse, and as the new school year is fast approaching, Deirdre’s House (click here for website), which is the Center for Morris County’s child victims, is urging urges parents to talk to their...

Morris Township Police Sergeant saves the life of a two year old child while on vacation

MORRIS TOWNSHIP —  On Sunday, August 13, 2017 at 1:28 p.m., Morris Township Police Sergeant Sean O'Hare was enjoying his vacation at Clearwater Beach, Florida, when he was "called into action." Sergeant O'Hare quickly recognized the commotion and distress surrounding the incident of a two year...

VLANJ Goes Virtual to Serve People With Vision Loss During COVID-19 Crisis

MORRIS COUNTY — When the COVID-19 pandemic forced Vision Loss Alliance of New Jersey to halt programs at its locations, that left a hole in the lives of people who are blind and visually impaired. VLANJ needed a temporary home for its Beyond Sight...

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MORRIS COUNTY — Irate Customer Body Shames Food Truck Owner.