Twin' schools in Montville to celebrate their 50 years
Staffs of the Cedar Hill School, in the Towaco section of Montville Township, and Woodmont, in the Pine Brook section, are searching for people who attended the elementary schools during the 1964-1965 school year.
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Bloomingdale mother and her daughters are going the extra mile in breast cancer fight
Cynthia Michalewski and her daughters, Anya and Nadia, collected donations in front of Food World in Bloomingdale on Wednesday, July 9, in their efforts to raise funds to participate in the 39-mile NY Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, which will be held in October.
The Jersey Journal
Bidding war for Montville property owned by Minnestoa Vikings owner results in $136 million sale
A Montville apartment complex at the center of a 22-year dispute involving the owner of the NFL Minnesota Vikings sold last week for $136 million.
Neighbor News: Student News, July 16, 2014
Bryant University has named these students to the dean's list for the spring semester: Paige Machiski, of Montville; and John Marchionda, and Alexa Stuto, of Towaco.
The Jersey Journal
Truck driver with suspended license arrested for allegedly trying to evade Goethals Bridge toll
A covered license plate on the trailer of a truck Port Authority police say was driven by Micheal Wynn of Pine Brook, who was arrested for covered license plates and unlicensed operation.
Jump around: Trampoline parks bounce into NJ
Dodgeball. Basketball. Aerobics. Sure, they're good on their own. But why not try them while suspended in mid-air? Wearing identical orange socks, children, parents and teens hopped around floors covered in rectangular, nylon flats in Morris County last week to celebrate the opening of a new business.
Entrepreneurs are jumping on the trampoline park trend
Indoor trampoline parks - an entertainment category enjoying strong growth - are springing up in North Jersey, with potential investors watching to see if this trend will take off or fall flat.
New Jersey Jewish News
This time it hit close to home'
Gabrielle Flaum, 22, of Millburn, founder of the teen advocacy movement Save Our Soldiers , addresses the 1,000 people who came to the Solidarity Rally with Israel in support of the three kidnapped boys, June 24 in front of the Israeli consulate in Manhattan.