Freeholders urge School Districts and Towns in Morris County to Formally Support Program Developed By Sheriff Gannon
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he Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority’s free Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off
RANDOLPH, NJ – When Paul Michael Corrente Jr. was in fifth grade, his mother received a phone call from his teacher encouraging her to find a way to address her son’s high ability for learning.
District Director Catherine Best and Outreach Community Liaison Patrick Sheehan, in the office of United States Congressman Josh Gottheimer, recently visited the Little Sprouts Early Learning Center to read several books to the children as part of the facility’s Celebrity Reader program.
Project Self-Sufficiency participant Debbie Ayers was recently recognized by the Displaced Homemakers Network of New Jersey for her achievement in overcoming obstacles to her education and success in the workplace.
CCM Photo Club Honors High School Photographers in Seventh Annual Contest. Stunning Photos Depict Cultural Identity and Diversity
This weekend we see the Memorial Day Parades Kicking off in our area for Hopatcong, Mount Arlington and later in the week for Roxbury. If those don’t meet your needs, you have a series of Memorial Day Specialty Cruises on the Miss Lotta.
Employment levels in New Jersey increased in April as employers added 11,800 jobs to their payrolls, according to preliminary estimates produced by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The governors of Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania today made a shared commitment to protect the Delaware River watershed and agreed to work as equal partners to grow the region’s economy and protect America’s “founding waterway.”
Your weekly news recap includes “Fixing NJ State Funding for School’s”, “13th annual Taste of Roxbury - Adds Three Participants for Biggest Event Ever!” And… “Lake Hopatcong Foundation Strategic Meeting – Video Summary in Six Areas”. Enjoy your upcoming week!
Division of Highway Announces Annual “Click It or Ticket” Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign Ahead of Summer Travel Season
The arts are alive in Morris County! County College of Morris (CCM) as they hosted the 39th annual Morris County Teen Arts Festival on Friday, May 17.
The Family Expo is sponsored by the Sussex County Family Success Center at Project Self-Sufficiency and Project Sussex Kids, the County Council for Young Children. Attendance is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required.