REWARD INCREASED TO $50,000 in case of Chafic “Steve” Ezzeddine who was found murdered inside his place of business, the Kenvil Diner in Roxbury.
Nixon Elementary School in Landing, NJ brought back the JAM and put it out to the school community to help raise money FOR THE KIDS and the Four Diamonds Association.
Eisenhower Middle School’s eighth graders Tyler Keyes and Justin Pisciutto took first place on May 17th at the TransOptions Solar Car Race at Ridgedale Middle School in Florham Park. The school had six teams of students participate in those races.
The fourth and final installment of the Student Academic Intervention and Learning (SAIL) Parent Academy for this year was held at Franklin School on May 18th.
For the Tree-Killing Emerald Ash Borer - The anticipated death of nearly 25 million ash trees, mostly in northern New Jersey, will be the topic of discussion. Joseph Dunn, Manager of the Morris County Soil Conservation District for the past 30 years is both a NJ Certified Tree Expert and NJ Approved Forester.
Seventh and eighth graders from Eisenhower Middle School participated in its second annual EMS Student Unity Tour yesterday afternoon under clear skies and warm weather at Horseshoe Lake Park.
A dozen student-athletes from Roxbury High School participated in a signing ceremony last Wednesday committing to play their respective sports at the NCAA collegiate level.
Roxbury High School Athletic Trainer Joe Koch has been named the winner of the 2017 Newell Regional Award.
Roxbury Township Public Schools, a K-12 district preparing the children of today for tomorrow, recognized its 2016/2017 Teachers of the Year at its Monday, May 8th Board of Education meeting at Lincoln/Roosevelt School.
Roxbury High School Seniors Jackie Kleinsorgen and Tucker Voelbel were named 2017 Morris County Scholar Athletes of the Year.
Thirty students from the Eisenhower Middle School Encores co-ed singing group went over to the Senior Center at Horseshoe Lake to perform three songs for the Roxbury Seniors group on Thursday.
Roxbury High School senior Alexis Smith was named the 2017 NJSIAA Scholar Athlete of the Year at a program on May 21st in Edison, NJ.
Most Roxbury homeowners will see no municipal tax increase this year and township officials are on track to make Roxbury debt-free by this time in 2018.