ROXBURY, NJ (April 10, 2019) – Roxbury High School held its annual world language induction ceremony on Thursday, March 28th welcoming 72 new members into the French and Spanish in the Honor Societies.
Walmart in Ledgewood has posted store entry signs indicating that they are closing for good on May 10th, which is a surprise move since the new Super Walmart isn’t due for 18 months.
Register Now for the Titan Trot 5K. Come out and help celebrate County College of Morris’ 50 years of serving the county community at Titan Weekend, a fun-filled extravaganza set for May 3 through May 5, with something for everyone.
ROXBURY, NJ (April 12, 2019) – Roxbury High School’s Visual Arts department impresses once again. The 2017/2018 yearbook, Legacy, has been recognized for excellence-in-design and featured in the 2019 Jostens Look Book.
Please join us in a ceremony to honor a Township Volunteer who has selflessly given his time to the residents of Roxbury for the past 70 years! Thank you Mr. Bizzari for your dedication and love of our community!
The following is the testimony of Special Agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) that investigated this case.
ROXBURY, NJ (April 10, 2019) – It’s not always easy to relate what you read in school to real life. Sometimes you need a little extra help. Eighth graders at Eisenhower Middle School in Roxbury Township have been reading George Orwell’s classic story Animal Farm, a satirical tale based on the Russian Revolution.
ROXBURY, NJ (April 5, 2019) – In celebration of National Athletic Training month, Roxbury High School hosted an Athletic Training Day on Thursday, March 21st. RHS Athletic Trainers Joe Koch and Corey Forlenza organized an interactive event to inform high school and middle school students about the profession of athletic training.
ROXBURY, NJ (April 11, 2019) – Roxbury Wins Ceramic Awards at Montville MUDD Ceramics Invitational at Montville Township High School on Wednesday, April 10th.
ROXBURY, NJ (April 4, 2019) – Roxbury Schools is excited to announce that Franklin fourth grade teacher Maria Gallagher recently received a $500 grant from Walmart Giving.