Archives for Cheryl Conway

Newspaper Company Goes Full Circle, Doubles In Size, Returns Home

With a new year comes change, like a different office for New View Media Group LLC.   But for Joe Nicastro and Mary Lalama of Flanders, co-owners with Darwin Oordt of Cherry Hill, they return to the office where the company first started a dozen years ago. Coming home is a wonderful feeling for them, not only to return to the original office, but in the literal sense that it is located where they dwell in Mt. Olive Township.   On Monday, Nov. 16, New View Media Group moved from its East Hanover office to Lakeview Plaza at 1 Old
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Library Freezes Fines In Lieu Of Food Donations For Local Pantry

Library Freezes Fines In Lieu Of Food Donations For Local Pantry By Cheryl Conway Library patrons of the Washington Township Public Library got a break on fines earlier this month with its annual Food For Fines Initiative. Held from Mon., Sept. 28, through Sat., Oct. 10, the Washington Township Public Library in Long Valley invited its library members to help fill the shelves of the Washington Township Food Pantry by donating non-perishable food items in lieu of paying library fines. Any fines up to $5 per library card were forgiven with a donation of canned goods. The two week program has been held every fall for
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Terrier Runs Away With The Lead, Elected New Pet Mayor

Terrier Runs Away With The Lead, Elected New Pet Mayor By Cheryl Conway The race for a new pet mayor was close at first with four candidates reaching 600 votes, but when a terrier received a last minute boost from supporters from Mexico, she took the lead by a landslide. Meet the first Pet Mayor of Allamuchy- Chardy, a soft-coated female Wheaton terrier owned by Elizabeth Friday-Skoda. The announcement of the winner and installation ceremony was done by Allamuchy Township Mayor Betty Schultheis on Sept. 19, during the Allamuchy Day celebration. Receiving 2,228 votes, Chardy has been elected the new Pet Mayor
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That’s Kevin

That’s Kevin By Cheryl Conway Constructing, remodeling, renovating and repairing homes, is a typical day for general contractor Kevin Dorlon of Long Valley. But when an opportunity came knocking on his door to remodel a home in Independence Township for NBC’s show, “George To The Rescue,” Dorlon’s day became much more exciting and extremely busy, but well worth the cause.  Make sure to tune in to watch this episode scheduled to air on Sat., Oct. 31, 9 a.m., 7 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. on WNBC. “George To The Rescue” is a reality television show that features host George Oliphant and his team
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Morristown Author Uses Poetic Verse To Share Story of Bravery, Friendship And Survival

Morristown Author Uses Poetic Verse To Share Story of Bravery, Friendship And Survival By Cheryl Conway Almost 70 years have passed since survivors were liberated from the Holocaust, and stories are still unfolding. Like the true story of Fania and Zlatka, survivors of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland, who held onto an origami paper heart created for the other as a special bond and symbol of hope. Morristown author Meg Wiviott shares this story in her recently published novel called “Paper Hearts.” So many survivors, so many stories that should be told, not only to inspire, but to educate
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