Press Releases

September 29, 2020

New Jersey Sierra Club Endorses Fox for Summit Council The Sierra Club is the nation’s oldest and largest grassroots environmental organization.   The New Jersey Chapter of the Sierra Club is the 10th largest of the 65 Chapters.  Each year the New Jersey Chapter makes a number of endorsements of ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ—Berkeley Heights Township Mayor Angie Devanney today announced the launch of her new Instagram account.  Residents can follow Mayor Devanney @mayorangiedevanney on the social media app.  “My administration prides itself on effective communication, which means being on the ...

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The Chatham Borough Democratic Committee is pleased to announce its endorsement of Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill (D - 11th Congressional District) in her reelection bid for Congress. Chatham Borough Council Member, Len Resto, praised Congresswoman Sherrill’s ability to work with both sides of the ...

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HELP US FIND NEO! ALL BLACK MALE CAT WITH MEDICAL CONDITION LOST IN MAHOPAC FALLS MAHOPAC FALLS, N.Y. — Please help us find our lost, all black, intact male boy cat, Neo. He accidentally got out and went missing in August during the blackout, from Breckenridge Road, off of Archer Road, near ...

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Alongside many favorite food vendors and farm stands, the Madison Republican Committee has been engaging shoppers at the Madison Farmers' Market each Thursday this fall. Members of the committee have been spreading the word to their Madison area neighbors about the voting process for this year's ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ - The Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges strives to create opportunities for all. Providing affordable, quality programs is central to the Y’s mission of strengthening communities, by ensuring that each person, no matter their background and economic status, has the opportunity to ...

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If your dog is coughing, hacking, or constantly making choking noises, they may have an unwanted case of kennel cough. Although the symptoms may seem mild, this fast-spreading infection is something you definitely want to avoid as a pup parent. What is Kennel Cough? Canine infectious ...

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Trenton – A bill sponsored by Senators Brian P. Stack, Patrick J. Diegnan Jr., and Joseph F. Vitale which would establish minimum direct care staff member-to-resident ratios for nursing homes, passed the Senate today. “New Jersey got an F rating and was ranked 43 out of 50 in direct care ...

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NEW JERSEY - Pillar College will host a virtual open house for prospective students and Thursday, Oct. 1 from 7 pm to 8 pm. During the open house learn about every academic program offered at Pillar College. This online, interactive event provides students with an inside look at the Pillar ...

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The New Providence Tennis Association (NPTA) will be hosting a tennis social this Saturday 10/3 from 6pm to 9pm.  The event is free to all and will be held at the New Providence Tennis Courts near the Community Pool.  Bring a drink, snack and chair and join the fun at this event.  The NPTA will ...

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The Hunterdon Strong Community Challenge is one in which the 26 municipalities within Hunterdon County challenge each other to raise money in support of the community.  The money raised is part of a larger fundraising effort called Hunterdon Strong which will culminate in a live broadcast Telethon ...

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Each year the Cedar Grove Historical Society holds a Pumpkin and Apple Sale in honor of Edith Morgan and her son Courtenay Morgan.  In the fall of each year the Morgans sold pumpkins and apples in the front of the Morgan farmhouse.  Mrs. Morgan passed away in 1961, but Courtenay, the last farmer in ...

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The number of incidents of animal bites to people and their pets has increased and it has become more apparent that some of these cases could have been avoided! Pet owners must be more aware of their pet’s attitudes and behaviors which could be dangerous to the public. The behaviors that seem cute ...

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Bright Songshine  is a brand new creative services company that offer private and small group lessons, as well as custom written children's songs. Our lessons are available for all, ages 7+. Yes! That means you too adults.  Our vision at Bright Songshine is to be accessible and affordable for ...

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LITTLE FALLS, NJ - The Passaic Valley Education Association (PVEA) reports that a health and safety walkthrough inspection of the Passaic Valley High School prior to the return of staff and students to the building has been denied by Superintendent JoAnn Cardillo. This comes only days after ...

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TRENTON, NJ – Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon was sworn in as Vice President of the Constitutional Officers Association of New Jersey (COANJ) on Sept. 24 at the New Jersey State House in Trenton. She was elected Vice President by her peers in the organization which consists of the ...

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Investors are reassessing in light of the Congressional stalemate on additional stimulus.  Point View’s David Dietze Skypes live on CNBC on the market ...

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Oversight chairman condemns astonishing criminality  PATERSON, NJ – U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr., Chairman of the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Oversight, reacted to the stunning revelations of fraud and criminality revealed in a New York Times report exposing Donald Trump’s tax returns.

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People who have a tendency to hoard can accumulate so much “stuff” it overwhelms their lives, and family members and friends often do more harm than good in their attempts to help.  The New Jersey and Sussex County affiliates of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) want to help ...

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Project Self-Sufficiency invites teens and adults who want to make a difference in their community to consider volunteering at the agency this fall.  The ongoing pandemic, coupled with the traditional rush of programs hosted by the agency during the holiday season, has created a large variety of ...

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Voters are reminded to use the Vote-by-Mail ballot marked “General Election” to participate in the 2020 General Election. Old, out-of-date Vote-by-Mail ballots marked “Primary Election” cannot be used. Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi urgently reminds Union County voters to use a ...

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ – Major League Baseball announced that the Atlantic League Of Professional Baseball has been named its first “Partner League.”  “We are excited to extend our relationship with the Atlantic League, which provides us a unique means to push the sport forward,” said Morgan Sword, ...

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Montville Township Democratic Committee General Meeting The Montville Township Democratic Committee monthly meeting is Thursday, October 15 at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. Email MontvilleNJDems@gmail.com for the meeting login information. The Montville Township Democratic Committee meets the 3rd ...

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Stars twinkle at night around the crescent moon in the “Universe Garden" flanking the North Avenue steps at First United Methodist Church (FUMC) in Westfield.  White moon flowers, which only bloom at night, mimic stars in a “night sky” made of black sweet potato vines. Every night new flowers will ...

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Shop our End of Summer Blowout Sale. Bags, Jewelry, Accessories, Clothing for Women and more. Free Shipping on all orders over $50 Happy Shopping www.love-valentine.com

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The Westfield Mental Health Council was formed to provide individuals and families with resources to assist with the identification, treatment and support for those with emotional and behavioral concerns. Through council discussions, there was an increasing understanding of the need to ...

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         As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact and affect peoples' lives and our elections, the League of Women Voters of Northern Valley (LWVNV) wants citizens to know how to participate in the upcoming 2020 General Election.  With a lot of misinformation circulating about this election, ...

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Monday, October 5 at 7:00 p.m. – Virtual DISH!  The Monday Night Cookbook Club.  Members will choose, prepare at home, and present a DISH!  We will then gather online to discuss each other’s recipes, our cooking techniques, and share stories and culture.  To register and for further information ...

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Nonprofit Networking Day, long hosted by the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation,  will no longer take place, but area nonprofit professionals will have a new opportunity for education and collaboration through a series of CRCF-sponsored Zoom webinars this fall. According to CRCF Executive ...

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With the stocks at a near two-month low and a much hoped for stimulus package seemingly stalled until after the elections, what can investors expect for the balance of the year? Point View’s David Dietze Skypes live with Nicole Petallides on possible additions to your ...

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