On August 5, 2018, Molly set a new record by finishing 30 Jumbo Specialty Dogs in 11 Minutes. This is a new World Record and National Title for Molly, as she named the "Official Top Dog" of Sabretti’s.
A zip line adventure park is coming to Roxbury Township after a piece of land was sold to Flagstaff Extreme.
Roxbury High School Special Education Teacher, Karen D’Amico was recently selected as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction by the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS).
The defendants were charged in an investigation called “Operation Smiles” led by the Division of Criminal Justice and the Roxbury Police Department.
Once again the 24th Annual St. Therese Carnival 2018 finished up this year's four-day event to deliver the regional best in Food, Games, Rides, Events, and other Community offerings that makes this a must-attend for family fun for the whole community in Northern Jersey.
The Opioid Crisis: A Community Approach to Prevention, Treatment and Recovery will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 15, in Rockaway Township. New Jersey’s own Super Bowl champion and world-class athlete Vance Johnson will deliver the keynote address during this free event.
The Roxbury Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that its 6th Annual Town-wide Garage Sale will take place during the weekend of Saturday, June 23 and Sunday June 24, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., each day, throughout the Township.
Join the Roxbury Community School on Friday, July 27th for an evening performance of our summer BroadwayBound/Behind the Curtain theater production of Once on this Island Jr.!
The Roxbury High School honored the top ten students in the class of 2018 on June 7th. These students will graduate with the highest academic averages this year.
Molly Schuyler from California will be traveling across the country to take on the highly sought after SABRETTI’S TOP DOG EATING CHALLENGE.
Roxbury High School Seniors Karly Forker and Michael Roumes were named 2018 Morris County Scholar Athletes by the Morris County Secondary Schools Athletic Directors Association.
Vendor registration is now open for Roxbury’s 4th Annual Home for the Holidays street festival scheduled for Saturday, December 1st.
Students at Nixon Elementary School came together on Friday, June 1st for their annual JAM FEST for Tem Matt.
The students of Nixon’s Culture and Climate Committee and Early Act Committee led the school-wide celebration. Students explained the importance of taking “Just a Minute” to be the best they can be for themselves and the people around them.
Students got together to sing and dance to Nixon’s theme song appropriately named, “It Only Takes a Minute” during the month of May.
The students were encouraged to bring in any spare change to support one of their very own students, Matt Adonis. Matt is fighting and winning a battle against cancer.
Together, the Nixon community raised a total of $429.48 to donate to the Adonis family. Nixon takes pride in celebrating themselves and helping others in need