Friday, March 22, 2019

Webber Raises $233,000 for Congress campaign

PARSIPPANY — The Webber for Congress campaign announced it raised over $233,000.00 since Jay joined the race for the Republican nomination for Congress in the 11th Congressional District in February. Assemblyman Jay Webber said “I am truly humbled by the generous support I’ve received from hundreds of donors who...

Forget the Ben Carson line, Chris Christie’s fallen below the Carly Fiorina line | Mulshine

The news is in for Chris Christie, and it's not good. On Monday, the Monmouth University Polling Institute released a poll of potential attendees at the Iowa caucuses, which represent the first contest in the Republican presidential primary next year. The news could hardly...

Vertellus Crafts “Custom Crates” for Youth Served by Children’s Aid and Family Services

WHIPPANY —  An in a hands-on service project, 35 employees of specialty chemical company Vertellus built, assembled and decorated custom hand-carved “toy boxes” for eight girls age 8-12 served by Children’s Aid and Family Services. The personalized toy boxes reflect the individual interests of each girl, including...

Christie takes the stage to Bon Jovi music

TRENTON -- Gov. Chris Christie has been a lifelong Bruce Springsteen fan, and often enters his town hall meetings to the strains of his songs. But Tuesday morning, when Christie announced he is running for the 2016 Republican nomination for president, it was the...

Medevac chopper lands on Route 80 to transport accident victim

ROCKAWAY TOWNSHIP -- A 50-year-old Hackettstown man was airlifted to the hospital following a car crash this afternoon on Route 80, authorities said. Around 3:40 p.m., emergency services were dispatched to Route 80 westbound near mile marker 35 on a report of an accident...

CCM Fine Art Students Showcase Their Talent at MPAC Gallery

RANDOLPH – Students in the Fine Arts Program at County College of Morris (CCM) once again are displaying their artwork in the Art Upstairs gallery at the MAYO Performing Arts Center (MPAC) in Morristown. Approximately 50 pieces of student artwork are included in the “CCM at...

Another Suicide at RTSP Firearms Range in Randolph

RANDOLPH — Two months after a 21 year old man took his own life at the popular RTSP firearms range off Route 10 in Randolph, reports are coming in that another 25 year old man has allegedly taken his own life within the past hour. The...

Moments after Narcan training, Morris cop revives man from overdose

MORRISTOWN - How's this for timing? Not even five minutes after a Morristown police officer finished up training on how to administer Narcan, he was dispatched to a call involving a suspected overdose of a 53-year-old man, Morristown Police Lt. Stuart Greer said. Officer...

Over 200 attend fundraiser for Morris County Democrats

MONTVILLE — The Morris County Democrat Committee held a fundraiser at the Montville Community Park on Saturday, August 12. Over 200 were in attendance to listen to Congresswoman Candidate Mikie Sherrill, Passaic County Freeholder John Bartlett, Woodland Park Mayor Keith Kazmark and Mitch Colbert.  Scott Salmon (District 7...

Christie: Thanks For The Interview. Have A Corvette

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has discovered a creative new way to make sure he’s always in the driver’s seat with his state’s news media. The Republican governor -- and likely 2016 presidential candidate -- can add “sports-car broker” to his list of media...

Morris Sheriff released from County Jail; Rochford fires back

The Morris County Board of Freeholders will take over management of the Morris County Jail on September 1, 2015, removing Sheriff Edward Rochford as manager of jail operations. Citing state law that allows freeholder boards to “exercise the custody, rule, keeping and charge of county...

Home Depot sold items under recall, commission and company say

Home Depot shoppers, check your work benches and kitchens. The home supply retailer and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Wednesday announced that Home Depot continued to sell more than two dozen products after they were subject to recalls. The recalled items could put...

CCM Holds In-Person Registration for Spring Semester

RANDOLPH — There’s still time to enroll for the Spring Semester at County College of Morris (CCM). The college will be holding three in-person registration sessions in January for students interested in attending. Students, however, first need to apply to the college before registering. The...

Morris County Young Republicans installs new officers

MORRIS COUNTY — The Morris County Young Republicans installed their 2019 officers at their annual Holiday Party. The officers are Sydney Ugalde, President; Brian Mulligan, Vice President; Julie Laptaka, Secretary; Joe Bock, Treasurer; Justin Musella - State Committeeman, Morris Township; and Tia Fritze, State...

NJDOT launches annual statewide pothole repair campaign

New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Richard T. Hammer announced the beginning of the annual statewide campaign to repair potholes across New Jersey. This winter’s unusual weather pattern of temperatures constantly fluctuating above and below freezing, along with frequent rainfall, is causing a large...

Photography Gallery hosting a public conversation with local artits

MORRISTOWN — The 70 South Gallery is inviting the public to join an informal conversation with their featured artists in on Thursday, June 4, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. as part of its “Informal Lens” series.  This free event exposes participants to Jay Seldin...

Whole Foods Market to open April 22 in Morristown

Artist's rendering of the new Whole Foods Market in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin One of the most-asked questions in Morristown now has an answer: April 22, 2015. At 9 am. That's when Whole Foods Market officially opens its doors on Washington Street, at...

Freeholder Reorganization Meeting – Deputy Director John Cesaro’s Remarks

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MORRIS COUNTY — Parsippany resident John Cesaro was named to Deputy Director of Morris County Freeholders at their organization meeting held on Friday, January 6. The first meeting of the year will be held this Wednesday, January 11. The meetings are held in the County’s Administration and...

Advance Auto Parts donates $1,000 to Interfaith Food Pantry

PARSIPPANY — Advance Auto Parts, 1500 Route 46, during the Grand Opening celebration, donated $1,000 to Interfaith Food Pantry, Parsippany. The Interfaith Food Pantry is a community of neighbors helping neighbors committed to ending hunger and supporting self-sufficiency. Through their community partners they provide food, education and resources to...

N.J. woman suing airline for $5M after her in-flight video didn’t work

A West Orange woman is suing an airline because she says it failed to properly inform passengers that live television and Internet service aren't available on all flights. Cary M. David filed a $5 million class action suit in federal court in Newark alleging...
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