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August 16, 2017

The Garden Club of Montville

On September 6, The Garden Club of Montville will be a hosting a workshop where members and guests can make a succulent container planter. Club members pay $10. Guests would pay $20. Tyler Cerbo will teach the workshop.

Meet at the Senior Center, 356 Route 202, Montville, at 6:00pm and carpool to Cerbo Garden Center at 440 Littleton Rd., Parsippany. Also, you may also meet us at Cerbo's at 6:30pm.

All participants must let us know if they will attend and make a planter by Tuesday, August 22. Contact Ursula 973-394-0856 or ursnrich@hotmail.com   or  MaryAnn 973-335-9203 or ladonnapiselli@yahoo.com"  All participants will all go home with a beautiful work of art.

Police Across Country Reporting Carbon Monoxide Issues With Ford SUVs, MTPD Ordering Detectors

CopMONTVILLE, NJ – According to a report from NBC News, police across the country are reporting that Ford Explorer SUVs used by their departments are causing problems due to carbon monoxide poisoning. The Auburn, MA police department pulled nine Ford Explorers from their fleet recently after high levels of the toxic gas were detected, the NBC report stated. Problems have also been detected in Ford Explorers used in police departments in Texas, Louisiana and California, with departments pulling the SUVs from their fleets after accidents and problems, according to NBC.  To read more click the following words, "click here"

Montville Twp Recreation Concerts in Park Series Continues

RockerMONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township residents were treated to hits from the past as Mighty Spectrum Band entertained all at the township at the amphitheater on Aug. 8. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Lazar Living Lessons Series: Eugenie Mukeshimana, Rwandan Survivor

LadyMONTVILLE, NJ - When discussing the value of the Living Lessons presentations at Lazar Middle School this past spring, eighth grader Katie DeAngelis said it well, “When you are at an all-time low, there is always hope.” To read more click the following words, "click here"  

NJ Not In The Dark Historically For Aug. 21 Eclipse

EclipseMONTVILLE, NJ – The United States will be experiencing a solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21, which New Jerseyans can view partially– if the weather cooperates. To read more click the following words, "click here"  

August 08, 2017

Curious George Visits Kiddie Academy in Montville

GeorgeMONTVILLE, NJ - Curious George, with all his antics, came to visit Montville Township’s Kiddie Academy for an open house as the school prepares for September enrollment. The school opened in January 2017 and now is preparing for its first full school year. To read more click the following words, "click here"  

Montville 11u Baseball Wins Summer League Championship

TeamMONTVILLE, NJ - The players, coaches, parents and fans of the Montville 11u travel baseball team experienced some exciting baseball during the last week in July. The Mustangs entered the playoffs of the Summer League sponsored by Cedar Grove as the #1 seed after going 7-0 in regular season league play. That top seed gave Montville the opportunity to host all of their playoff games but it did not make the road to a title easy. To read more click the following words, "click here"  

Morris County Urges Residents: Keep Plastic Bags Out Of Curbside Recycling Containers

PersonMORRIS COUNTY, NJ - The Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (MUA) is urging county residents to keep all types of plastic bags out of the recycling content they put at the curb for recycling collection, stressing that plastic bags are a major hindrance to recycling operations. To read more click the following words, "click here"  

Police Across Country Reporting Carbon Monoxide Issues With Ford SUVs, MTPD Ordering Detectors

Cop carMONTVILLE, NJ – According to a report from NBC News, police across the country are reporting that Ford Explorer SUVs used by their departments are causing problems due to carbon monoxide poisoning. The Auburn, MA police department pulled nine Ford Explorers from their fleet recently after high levels of the toxic gas were detected, the NBC report stated. Problems have also been detected in Ford Explorers used in police departments in Texas, Louisiana and California, with departments pulling the SUVs from their fleets after accidents and problems, according to NBC. To read more click the following words, "click here"  

August 02, 2017

Guidance Counselor Resigns Suddenly, Slogans Discussed by Montville Twp Board of Education

ReneeeeMONTVILLE, NJ – More turnover occurred in the Montville Township school district as high school guidance counselor Rebecca Glennon resigned her position recently. To read more click the following words, "click here"  

Two Journeys: Breaking the Chains of Racism and Hatred

PeopleMONTVILLE, NJ - The Pine Brook Jewish Center, with the support of OneMontville, presented a talk called “Two Men… Two Stories…Two Journeys and No Place for Hate." To read more click the following words, "click here

Public Hearing on Ordinance for Towaco Center Townhouses Scheduled for August Township Commmittee Meeting

LadyyyyyMONTVILLE, NJ - “Democracy works best when the citizens are involved,” said Montville Township Mayor James Sandham. He’d much rather have people come forward at Committee meetings and have their questions answered and get correct information than to spread false information and “innuendos.” To read more click the following words, "click here

Testimony Continues for L.E.D. Billboard for Route 80

GuyyyyMONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Zoning Board of Adjustment considered another L.E.D. billboard at its June 7 meeting. This billboard is being proposed to show its message onto Route 80 from a lot located on Hook Mountain Road. To read more click the following words, "click here

July 25, 2017

The Montville Educational Foundation Approves the Write Eye Project

GroupMONTVILLE, NJ - The Montville Educational Foundation approved funding of a writing grant for Lazar Middle School.  The grant was authored by Suezette Given and Michael Miller, co-advisors to Lazar Middle School’s Write Eye Publishing Club. To read more click the following words, "click here

L.E.D. Billboard Now Approved for Route 46 in Montville

SignMONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Zoning Board of Adjustments approved a new L.E.D. billboard on June 7. The billboard, located at One Route 46, had been rejected at the April 5, 2017 meeting. To read more click the following words, "click here

Former Lakeland Bank Employee Tells Story of Frelinghuysen's "Bullying"

LadyyyyyyMONTVILLE, NJ - Saily Avelenda spoke before the June 11 meeting of the Denville Democrats and told the story of resigning from her position at Lakeland Bank after board member and Montville resident Joseph O’Dowd received a fundraising letter from Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen on which Frelinghuysen had written that a “ring leader” of a movement called NJ 11th for Change was employed at Lakeland. To read more click the following words, "click here

Montville Fire Commissioner President Passes Away

DrummerMONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Fire Department announced with regret the passing of Montville Fire Commissioner President James Berry on Saturday, July 22, said Chief Alan Cook. He was 75. To read more click the following words, "click here

July 19, 2017

The Learning Garden Academy of Montville

Pre schoolOn June 26th the beautiful and respected childcare center at 330 Changebridge Road in Pine Brook has taken on a new name under new management.  The center, Learning Garden Academy of Montville LLC, has retained all of the wonderful teachers and support staff and only continues to add to the many positive attributes of the school.

A few of the changes underway already are painting and freshening of classrooms, improvements in the park-like play area and enrichment to the school's curriculum and activities.  The new owners' plan is to serve the community with the highest quality child care and education  at a great value to parents.  Annette Costantino Myers, the managing partner, comes to the community following a sixteen year administrative career serving the elderly at a premiere skilled nursing facility in Bergen County.  Her love of elders and compassion for their families' needs easily translates to her new role at the center.  Enrollment is ongoing for both a fun filled summer program and the upcoming Fall session.  Tours are available and can be arranged by calling 973-575-8500.

Non Age-Restricted Apartments Denied for Pine Brook

MeetingMONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Zoning Board of Adjustments voted unanimously to reject an application by Avalon Bay LLC to receive a variance to build 349 non age-restricted rental units in Pine Brook on what is commonly referred to as the GI Auto Salvage Yard. To read more click the following words, "click here

Montville Township First Aid Squad Honors Members with Decades of Service

First aidMONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township First Aid Squad gathered on July 11 to honor members with more than 20 years of service. To read more click the following words, "click here

Montville Township Public Schools Welcomes New Business Administrator

LadyMONTVILLE, NJ - On Wednesday, July 5, 2017, Katine M. Slunt joined the Montville Township Public Schools’ administrative team as the new Business Administrator. Slunt replaces retiring BA James Tevis. To read more click the following words, "click here

Lazar Living Lessons Series: Haider Newmani, an Iraqi Journalist

GuyMONTVILLE, NJ - When discussing the value of the Living Lessons presentations at Lazar Middle School this past spring eighth grader Katie DeAngelis said it well, “When you are at an all-time low, there is always hope.” To read more click the following words, "click here

Scholar-athlete from Montville Recognized by NJSIAA

PicROBBINSVILLE, NJ – At its annual scholar-athlete luncheon, the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) recognized 365 high school students for their achievements, awarding a total of $203,000 in college scholarships. To read more click the following words, "click here

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