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COVID-19 case count in Morris County

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ – Here is the latest case count of COVID-19 in Morris County on January 27, 2022:. The figures reflect COVID-19 positive cases as of the date and time indicated, some cases which may be pending, or have yet to be entered into the system. Please note...
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Morris County Career Training Center - Adds New Programs to CCM - Breaks Ground in November 2022

Morris County Commissioners Introduce Supportive Bond Ordinance. “The new center has the potential of adding 500 students to the school district, exposing career-focused and college-bound high school students to the type of specialized skills that will lead them to successful futures,” said Commissioner Director Tayfun Selen. The construction schedule...
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Morris County re-entry programs to be featured at national convention

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ – Two, heralded Morris County re-entry programs, both designed to help ex-offenders successfully return into the community, will be highlighted next month at the 2022 National Sheriff’s Association Winter Conference in Washington, D.C., Morris County Sheriff James M. Gannon said. Leaders of the Morris County...
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Morris County Career Training Center to break ground in November

RANDOLPH TOWNSHIP, NJ (Morris County) – The Morris County Vocational School District (MCVSD) Wednesday night announced a November construction start on its new career training center at the County College of Morris (CCM) in Randolph, which will expand the vocational school operations by 30 percent. “The new center has...
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Greater Morristown (Virtual) Weekend Preview: Pass the maple sugar!

There’s a chance we’ll all be watching snow this weekend in Greater Morristown. In between shoveling excursions and toboggan runs, you’ll find some pretty fair entertainment online. Scroll down for details. Check our handy calendar for even more activities–and add your own events, too. THURSDAY, JAN....
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Construction Board of Appeals Reorganization Meeting

This meeting will be held via WebEx. Or call 1-408-418-9388; Access code: 2332 148 5717. View the meeting agenda(PDF, 204KB) We hear appeals filed by owners of properties in Morris County from decisions, actions or inaction made by a municipal official.
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IN AND AROUND Madison, the Chathams and Florham Park

Editor’s note: To have your event added to this calendar, email Managing Editor Alex Parker-Magyar at aparkermagyar@newjerseyhills.com. Visit with Tim Jacobus, 'Goosebumps' series illustrator: 4-5 p.m. in the Lundt Room at the Library of the Chathams, 214 Main St., Chatham. Meet the original Goosebumps cover illustrator, Tim Jacobus, who will talk about his career and share how he came to illustrate the covers for some of the most iconic spooky children's books of the '90s. There will be a Q&A session following his presentation. Jacobus grew up in Denville, New Jersey and still resides and creates art in Morris County today. Find out more about Jacobus on his website: jacobusstudios.com. Masks are required for in-person events. If you cannot attend in person, you are welcome to join by Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81486495172. No registration required.
MADISON, NJ
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Daily increases in COVID-19 cases steadily decline in the Chathams

THE CHATHAMS – The number of reported cases of COVID-19 has continued to decline since the onset of the Omicron variant in late December. As it stands, the township has reported 1,680 total positive cases of the virus while the borough has reported 1,347 since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, according to the Morris County COVID-19 information hub.
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Madison council to continue virtual meetings through February; local Covid cases continue to drop

MADISON - The Borough Council will continue to hold public meetings over Zoom through February, Mayor Robert Conley said at a meeting Monday. Though the spread of COVID-19’s omicron variant appears to have peaked in New Jersey, Conley said continuing in the virtual format for the next month “not only will hopefully get us to a better spot in the pandemic, but also get us through the worst, hopefully, of winter, so that you can attend meetings in the comfort of your own home.”
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