Harm Reduction Efforts Expanded in Morris County

County Programs Target Overdose and Substance Use Disorders The Morris County Sheriff’s Office (MSCO), Morris County Prosecutor’s Office and Morris County Board of County Commissioners are working with the nonprofit Prevention is Key (PIK) in Rockaway to expand “harm reduction” efforts in the county. These efforts are designed to combat overdoses and address substance use disorders. They do this…

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NJSBDC Launches Program to Help NJ Innovators Write Strong Grant Proposals

The New Jersey Small Business Development Centers (NJSBDC) Tech Team has launched a new Proposal Grant Writing Assistance program. This is funded by a $50,000 grant from the New Jersey Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology (CSIT). This program aims to support New Jersey innovators in developing strong proposals for federal Small Business Innovation Research…

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Two Atlantic Health System Hospitals Rank in Top Five in New Jersey by U.S. News & World Report

Morristown Medical Center Orthopedics Top in New Jersey Morristown, NJ, July 16, 2024. – Atlantic Health System announced today that two of its hospitals, Morristown Medical Center and Overlook Medical Center, have been ranked in the top five in New Jersey, by U.S. News & World Report in its 2024-2025 Best Hospital rankings. These rankings topped off dozens of honors bestowed…

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F. M. Kirby Foundation Announces $10.7 Million In Grants In Early 2024

The F. M. Kirby Foundation Board of Directors announced $10,669,250 of grant funding approved to nonprofit organizations so far in 2024. The funding has been approved for nonprofit organizations working to increase the strength and vitality of our communities. In all, 58 grants included general operating support and 54 grants were made to organizations that…

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Celebrating Two Years of Progress in National Strategy to Reenergize U.S. Travel and Tourism

Today, two years after the U.S. Department of Commerce issued the National Travel and Tourism Strategy and set an ambitious five-year goal to welcome 90 million international visitors annually by 2027, the Department is announcing we expect to reach that goal ahead of schedule. According to the latest estimates from the International Trade Administration, the…

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Morris County Approves Funding for 21 Historic Sites

  More Than $50 Million Directed Toward Preservation Efforts Since 2003 The Morris County Board of County Commissioners allocated $3.6 million in grants from the county’s Preservation Trust Fund tonight to help restore, preserve and further protect 21 historic sites in 16 towns across Morris County. Including this grant disbursement, Morris County has awarded more than…

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New Supply Still Weighing In On NJ Industrial Market, Despite Strong Leasing Volume

A wave of new warehouse deliveries in New Jersey continued in the second quarter, putting upward pressure on vacancy rates despite millions of square feet of leasing activity. New research reports say developers year to date have completed some 7.5 million square feet of industrial space in northern and central New Jersey. That includes a…

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Hotel Distribution Grows in Importance in Tandem with Tech Needs

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina — Hotel distribution experts believe their discipline remains one of the most underlooked and misunderstood — yet increasingly important — parts of the overall industry, and that will only become more true with the rise of artificial intelligence and automation. Sarah Fults Speaking during the “Fourth Leg of the Commercial Stool” session…

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Historic Stone Arch Bridge in Boonton Reopens

  Morris County Commissioner Deputy Director Stephen Shaw joined Mayor James Lynch, Sheriff James Gannon and residents yesterday for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the reopening of the historic Stone Arch Bridge in Boonton. The bridge, constructed by local mason John Carson Sr. in 1866, originally served as a viaduct providing fire protection for the Boonton Ironworks. It now…

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