New Jersey: Dennis Connors, a NJ born-and-raised actor who cut his teeth doing theatre around the state, plays Kyle, a computer programer, who, along with four other people, wins a trip down the Colorado River. The contest winners soon become separated and lost in the labyrinth of canyons, and soon discover they aren’t alone in the remote terrain. The Canyonlands is hitting select theaters on March 5th via Freestyle Digital Media, with a DVD And VOD release following on March 9th. 

Randolph, NJ: To be a great college requires an outstanding faculty committed to student success, along with staff and an administration dedicated to assisting individuals with meeting their higher education goals.

The Morris County Board of County Commissioners unanimously introduced the county government’s 2021 Budget tonight, maintaining spending on critical infrastructure projects, human services and public safety while building reserves for unforeseen impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, with no county tax increase for existing taxpayers.

Project Self-Sufficiency is seeking volunteers to assist with planting, maintenance and harvesting of fruits and vegetables from the community gardens at the agency’s Newton campus.  Volunteers would work alongside seasoned horticultural professionals on Monday – Thursday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  Volunteers must be at least 17 years of age.  No experience is required.

(21/P05) TRENTON –  The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is now accepting applications for hundreds of jobs throughout state parks, forests and natural and historic sites, Acting Commissioner Shawn LaTourette announced today. Beyond providing a fun and engaging summer work experience in New Jersey’s parks, these seasonal jobs can introduce New Jerseyans from all backgrounds to long-term career paths in environmental protection. 

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