St. Catherine exhibition is March 14, 15 and 16
The work of more than 300 artists, photographers, poets and musicians will be showcased at the 15th annual St. Catherine of Bologna Photo, Art and Poetry Exhibition this weekend.
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Parsippany Hills Student Wins County Manual Design Contest
Everyone in Morris County will know who Jonathan Loesch is in 2014. The Parsippany Hills High School senior was named the winner of the annual Morris County Manual cover contest this week.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
North Jersey flood tunnel proposal resurfaces at Pequannock meeting with ...
The first phase of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers study on how to mitigate flooding in the Passaic River Basin has been completed, and three plans - including one that would construct a 20-mile tunnel to carry floodwaters down to Newark Bay - have been put forward as possible solutions.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Pequannock: Police Blotter, March 2, 2014
On Wednesday, Feb. 26, at 2:14 p.m., Patrolman Jack Lyon was monitoring traffic on Route 23 in the vicinity of Alexander Avenue when he allegedly saw a passenger in a vehicle not wearing a seatbelt.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Pequannock's Gerace Elementary Environmental Club learns about flushable wipes
The Environmental Club at Pequannock Township's Stephen J. Gerace Elementary School recently experimented with "flushable wipes" and how they break down in water.
Pequannock managing salt supply carefully
Salt may be in short supply across the state, but with winter entering its final weeks, Township Manager Dave Hollberg is confident that Pequannock will be just fine - even though the Department of Public Works has used up most of the 200 tons it began the season with.
NewBridge Services in Pequannock offers help to those suffering from ...
"The extreme weather wreaks havoc on people's routines, and while we can cope with a few interruptions, the relentless conditions can really get to you, causing anxiety, lethargy and sadness - the winter blues," said L. Michelle Borden, chief operating officer at NewBridge Services Inc. and a licensed clinical social worker.
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Judge to determine if Newark should keep funding flagging watershed
View of sample taps that help monitor water quality control at the Pequannock Water Treatment Plant, part of the Newark Watershed in West Milford.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Pequannock music school holds benefit for local food pantry
Musicians from the ShamRock School of Music in Pequannock performed at the fourth annual Hungry Hearts Benefit Concert at Bardi's in the township on Feb. 16. The concert was held to help restock the township's food pantry.
Pequannock BOE president: State stabbed us in back with School Choice ...
After nearly 12 months of back-and-forth with the New Jersey Department of Education , the school district has learned that it will not receive a reimbursement for the hundreds of thousands of dollars it lost last year in aid as a result of its participation in the state's School Choice Program.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Gov. Chris Christie takes on Fenimore Landfill foe at town hall in Long Hill
Exactly one memorable year after his last town hall meeting in Morris County, Gov. Chris Christie returned to his home turf for the 111th public meeting of his administration at the Long Hill community Center.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Pequannock Unico donates to Lincoln Park's food pantry
This past holiday season, Pequannock Unico was busy again supporting the local food banks, missions, and churches.
Pequannock's Creators Workshop teaches young artists fundamentals
PEQUANNOCK - Thomas Merton once wrote, "Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time."
Pequannock fire officials will help clear hydrants
Although residents are technically responsible for keeping fire hydrants on their property accessible - even in the snow - the town will be sending out fire department officials to help with the job, Township Manager Dave Hollberg said recently.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Pequannock resident's roots go back four centuries to the Mayflower
Mary Perkins shows two of the five framed certificates from the General Society of Mayflower Descendents that confirm that her family has five Mayflower ancestors.Mary Perkins, a 98-year-old resident of Alex Hearle Village in Pequannock, has ancestors who came to America on the Mayflower and landed in Plymouth Harbor in 1620.