10 hrs ago
Senators Pennacchio, Bucco Seek to Save Greystone
There may be way to salvage the property though as Senators Joe Pennacchio and Anthony Bucco introduced legislation on Thursday to limit the sale of remaining parts of the Greystone property that is owned by the state.
17 hrs ago
Parsippany Firefighters Put Out Two Lake Hiawatha Fires
Lake Hiawatha and District 5 responded to a Lake Hiawatha house fire on Saturday evening around 7:20 p.m. Upon arriving at 170 River Drive, "Asst.
19 hrs ago
Stuff going on around Morris County
Morris Arts is offering two scholarship opportunities for graduating high school seniors who have exhibited artistic excellence in dance, drama, music, or visual arts and plan to pursue post-secondary studies at an accredited institution or acknowledged arts school or fine arts program.
Twp. Counts Down to Annual Tree Lighting
Committee member Scott Gallopo started the countdown, the dozens of kids and the rest of the crowd joined in.
Anniversary: Gladys Moran & Jack Moran
After living in Passaic for several years, they moved to Pine Brook in 1956. They continue to live in the home in which they raised their family, a home built by Gladys' father.
Steinway returns to opera house
Many celebrated pianists, among them John Legend, George Winston, John Gorka, Marcia Ball and Paul Sullivan, have played the 1927 baby grand Steinway at the Camden Opera House.
The Jersey Journal
Suspicious activity causes Montville school lockdown, deemed false alarm
Woodmont Elementary School, on Woodmont Road, in the Pine Brook section of town, was locked down Wednesday afternoon for about 15 to 20 minutes while police investigated a vehicle outside the school.
Montville ready for disaster
The Montville Township Chamber of Commerce hosted it November luncheon at the Bonefish Grill in Pine Brook with guest speaker, FEMA Representative Art Goetz, seen here with Chamber President Ken Young, on the right.
Donate Turkeys, Hams for Montville Kiwanis Food Pantry
Thanksgiving is coming up sooner than you think and while many families are out stocking up with pies, stuffing and sweet potatoes, let's not forget those who are less fortunate.
JCP&L $25M Project To Upgrade Parsipany Power Lines
About 50 people came out to the two informational meetings JCP&L hosted on its Montville-Whippany Reinforcement Project.