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September 27 COVID-19 Update; 30 New Cases in Morristown in the Last Ten Days

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - There were 33 new cases in Morristown in the last ten days, announced officials. The total number of cases is 5,199. The numbers indicate total number of cases, not the total number of active cases.The numbers for Morris County is as follows: Boonton 2190 2189 2184 2184 2183 2181 Boonton Township 1127 1127 1126 1126 1122 1120 Butler ...

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - There were 33 new cases in Morristown in the last ten days, announced officials. The total number of cases is 5,199. The numbers indicate total number of cases, not the total number of active cases.

The numbers for Morris County is as follows:

Boonton 2190 2189 2184 2184 2183 2181
Boonton Township 1127 1127 1126 1126 1122 1120
Butler 1854 1854 1847 1847 1846 1846
Chatham Borough 1771 1771 1770 1770 1769 1768
Chatham Township 2328 2328 2325 2325 2325 2325
Chester Borough 371 371 371 371 371 371
Chester Township 1446 1445 1443 1443 1443 1442
Denville 4024 4022 4016 4012 4007 4005
Dover 5582 5582 5561 5558 5556 5546
East Hanover 2626 2642 2618 2616 2615 2612
Florham Park 2633 2631 2626 2626 2624 2623
Hanover 3081 3081 3079 3078 3077 3074
Harding 752 752 751 750 749 749
Jefferson 4948 4945 4936 4933 4923 4913
Kinnelon 2282 2281 2279 2278 2278 2278
Lincoln Park 3265 3265 3263 3263 3259 3255
Long Hill 1841 1840 1839 1837 1837 1837
Madison 3003 3002 2998 2998 2996 2994
Mendham Borough 1047 1047 1047 1046 1045 1044
Mendham Township 1072 1069 1066 1064 1063 1062
Mine Hill 1120 1116 1116 1115 1110 1108
Montville 5130 5130 5125 5125 5125 5120
Morris Plains 1589 1588 1588 1588 1586 1586
Morris Township 4816 4812 4807 4805 4804 4804
Morristown 5199 5191 5185 5181 5176 5174
Mount Arlington 1325 1325 1323 1322 1321 1320
Mount Olive 7628 7621 7606 7604 7593 7588
Mountain Lakes 923 922 920 918 917 913
Netcong 902 902 899 897 896 894
Parsippany 12199 12192 12174 12161 12148 12128
Pequannock 4068 4065 4060 4058 4057 4056
Randolph 5872 5869 5861 5855 5848 5841
Riverdale 1085 1083 1082 1081 1081 1080
Rockaway Borough 1685 1681 1676 1674 1672 1670
Rockaway Township 6386 6381 6367 6359 6351 6342
Roxbury 5765 5763 5756 5751 5745 5738
Victory Gardens 445 445 444 444 444 442
Washington Township 3678 3674 3666 3662 3658 3650
Wharton 2172 2170 2168 2163 2161 2159

2,000 FREE Coat Giveaway - Morris Plains, NJ

Local non-profit to help those in need keep warm for the winterThe fall and winter seasons are fast approaching and POWER CHANGES LIVES INC® wants to share the warmth by providing 2,000 new, almost new and gently used coats -- absolutely FREE.On Saturday, October 15, 2022, from 10 am – 5 pm, FREE ticketholders can select from a wide variety of coats and outerwear apparel. Tickets are available now, on a first-come, first-served basis through ...

Local non-profit to help those in need keep warm for the winter

The fall and winter seasons are fast approaching and POWER CHANGES LIVES INC® wants to share the warmth by providing 2,000 new, almost new and gently used coats -- absolutely FREE.

On Saturday, October 15, 2022, from 10 am – 5 pm, FREE ticketholders can select from a wide variety of coats and outerwear apparel. Tickets are available now, on a first-come, first-served basis through Eventbrite: https://POWERWinter2022.eventbrite.com

One ticket (admission) per household.

10 am – 5 pm

Morris Plains Community Center

51 Jim Fear Drive

Morris Plains, NJ 07950

CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS

Have some time to spare as a volunteer for the event? We will set up on Friday, October 15, 2022, from 8:30 am – 8 pm (any shift of time is available and flexible). Lunch and dinner will be served for volunteers. Sign-up to volunteer: https://signup.com/go/hdNCsCu

CLOTHING DONATIONS

Have new, slightly new and gently worn clothing and shoes you wish to donate? (rip free, stain free). Drop them off at any time at our home office location:

POWER CHANGES LIVES INC®

403 Welsh Place

Morris Plains, NJ 07950

(973) 866-5531

FINANCIAL DONATIONS

Please consider donating to POWER®. Every dollar, no matter what amount helps to "change lives" and impact those underserved. All donations are 100% tax-deductible. Make your donation online here

POWER® programs have helped to feed thousands of food-insecure children and families through Project F.E.E.D.® (Friends Ensuring Every Dinner) as a proud recipient of a grant from the New Jersey Department of Economic Development Authority (NJEDA). Learn more here

LavaLove® New Jersey's first mobile hygiene shower trailer for the sheltered and unsheltered homeless provides over 8,000 hot showers as well as wrap-around services to help restore dignity and wholeness in their path to recovery. Learn more about LavaLove® at https://lavalovenj.com

ABOUT POWER®

POWER (People Organized Working Evolving Reaching) is a 501(c)(3) whose mission is to provide assistance to low-income, minority, and underserved communities and create sustainable futures with the capacity to build and thrive, eliminating disparities in aging, education, family wellness, food-insecurity, homelessness, housing, social justice and reform. To learn more about POWER® visit: https://powerchangeslives.com

CHARITABLE TAX ID: 83-1855848

Morris County Hosts Inaugural Nonprofit Networking Event

Local Officials Mingled With Key Service ProvidersMorris County, state and local elected officials mingled today with leaders of the Interfaith Food Pantry Network, Family Promise of Morris County, the Morris County Continuum of Care, the Morris County Department of Human Services and many other service providers in the county’s first Community Resource Networking Event.Held on the grounds of what is known as the Morris County Nonprofit Mall off Central Avenue in Parsippany Township, the gather...

Local Officials Mingled With Key Service Providers

Morris County, state and local elected officials mingled today with leaders of the Interfaith Food Pantry Network, Family Promise of Morris County, the Morris County Continuum of Care, the Morris County Department of Human Services and many other service providers in the county’s first Community Resource Networking Event.

Held on the grounds of what is known as the Morris County Nonprofit Mall off Central Avenue in Parsippany Township, the gathering included approximately 30 Morris County government and nonprofit agencies that provide support services for most vulnerable residents in the community. The service providers help people in need of housing, healthcare, behavioral health, family services, food security, and much more.

“The goal of today is to provide an opportunity for public officials in Morris County to meet and get to know the people behind more than two dozen nonprofits and agencies that serve the neediest people in our community,” said Director Tayfun Selen of the Morris County Board of County Commissioners as he opened the gathering.

“We hope everyone leaves here understanding more about the challenges some of our residents face each day in getting some of the basics in life -- such things as having a place to live, getting something to eat each day, transportation, finding medical care and keeping safe from abusers. We also hope our municipal leaders leave here today knowing more about who to reach to assist their residents in need,” Director Selen added.

More than 100 representatives of local government and the nonprofit agencies attended the gathering.

Carolyn Lake of the Interfaith Food Pantry Network said the networking event was crucial, explaining that many of the services provided by the nonprofits and county are not well known to local officials. The event provided an opportunity for them to connect with mayors, health officers and leaders from all 39 of Morris County’s municipalities.

The event was organized by Lake with Rebecca Butz of Family Promise and both Allison Delcalzo-Berens and Alicia Alvarez of the Morris County Continuum of

Care, with the assistance of Kasey Errico, director of the Morris County Department of Human Services, and members of her staff.

The Morris County Office of Temporary Assistance, Morris County’s Navigating Hope Mobile Unit and the Morris County Sherriff’s Department’s Hope One Mobile Unit joined the networking event.

Morris County Observes National Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrated Sept. 15 Through Oct. 15The Morris County Board of County Commissioners proclaimed Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 to be National Hispanic Heritage Month 2022 in Morris County via resolution adopted unanimously by the board this week.“We recognize this period each year to celebrate the culture, heritage and countless contributions of those whose ancestors were indigenous to North America as well as Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and South America,” said Commissioner Dir...

Celebrated Sept. 15 Through Oct. 15

The Morris County Board of County Commissioners proclaimed Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 to be National Hispanic Heritage Month 2022 in Morris County via resolution adopted unanimously by the board this week.

“We recognize this period each year to celebrate the culture, heritage and countless contributions of those whose ancestors were indigenous to North America as well as Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and South America,” said Commissioner Director Tayfun Selen.

The celebration runs from the middle of September to the middle of October because during that four-week period, Mexico along with several nations in Central America and South America celebrate their Independence Days.

“In adopting this resolution tonight, we encourage all residents to celebrate the historic contributions made by Hispanics to our diverse American community,” Director Selen added.

Explore the National Hispanic Heritage Month website: https://www.hispanicheritagemonth.gov/

The text of Resolution 2022-824 is below.

WHEREAS, National Hispanic Heritage Month is recognized each year to celebrate the culture, heritage and countless contributions of those whose ancestors were indigenous to North America as well as Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and South America; and

WHEREAS, the recognition began in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon B. Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to National Hispanic Heritage Month to recognize Hispanics each year from September 15 through October 15; and

WHEREAS, the four-week period is significant because September 15 is recognized as Independence Day in the Latin American countries of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, and because Mexico and Chile celebrate their independence days on September 16 and September 18, respectively; and

WHEREAS, the 2022 theme, “Unidos: Inclusivity for a Stronger Nation,” encourages us to ensure that all voices are represented and welcomed to help build stronger communities and a stronger nation; and

WHEREAS, we also recognize this time as a period to reflect on the legacy of Hispanic people who have influenced our nation’s history and serve today as leaders in all aspects of life across the United States; and

WHEREAS, people identifying as Hispanic make up more than 14 percent of the diverse and wide-ranging Morris County population, and the number of Hispanic residents grew by nearly 36 percent between 2010 and 2020; and

WHEREAS, Morris County recognizes and honors the many ways that Hispanics have enriched the fabric of our society throughout America as they have continued their rich tradition of significant and diverse contributions to the cultural, educational, economic and political vitality of Morris County and all of New Jersey.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Morris County Board of County Commissioners proclaims September 15 through October 15, 2022, as Hispanic Heritage Month 2022 in Morris County and encourages all residents to celebrate the historic contributions made by Hispanics to our diverse American community.

NJ Natural Gas to offer help on lowering energy bills at Morris County 'Assistance Days'

With the average New Jersey homeowner paying more than $160 a month in energy bills according to researcher Move.org, representatives of New Jersey Natural Gas and state agencies will host a series of public "Assistance Days" in Morris County to help consumers seeking ways to lower their energy costs.The first event will take place 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday at the Salvation Army headquarters i...

With the average New Jersey homeowner paying more than $160 a month in energy bills according to researcher Move.org, representatives of New Jersey Natural Gas and state agencies will host a series of public "Assistance Days" in Morris County to help consumers seeking ways to lower their energy costs.

The first event will take place 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday at the Salvation Army headquarters in Dover. The next one will be held 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 29 at the Parsippany Community Center in Lake Hiawatha. The final event is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 29 at the Denville Municipal Building.

“There are energy assistance programs available for households of varied income levels," said Maria Delaplain, the utility's manager of energy assistance, in a statement. "State income guidelines have increased, providing greater access to energy assistance for those who may not have qualified in the past."

NJNG and state representatives will be at the events to answer questions, help determine what programs may meet customers’ needs and assist with the application process.

Customers also can learn how to apply for grants that can help with home energy costs. Those behind on their bills also can schedule payment arrangements to help bring their accounts current.

To apply for assistance, customers must bring:

Visit NJNG for more information about the Assistance Days events or call 800-221-0051 and say “energy assistance” at the prompt.

Wholesale natural gas prices for September delivery reached a 14-year high last month, squeezed by the energy crisis in Europe and high demand for air-conditioning in the U.S.

"Unfortunately, higher gas prices will be coming for the American consumers," Eugene Kim, a research director focusing on natural gas with energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie, told USA TODAY. "When we need to turn on our heaters, that's when we'll start to see some material increases in our gas bills."

According to the state Board of Public Utilities, under New Jersey’s energy deregulation law, customers can shop third-party energy providers for the best price on their energy supplies.

"Their electric and natural gas distribution utilities will still deliver those supplies through their wires and pipes and respond to emergencies, should they arise – regardless of where those supplies are purchased," a BPU advisory reads.

More information and questions to ask potential energy providers can be found on the state board's website.

New Jersey Natural Gas maintains over 7,600 miles of natural gas transportation and distribution infrastructure to serve over 568,000 customers across Morris, Monmouth, Ocean, Middlesex and Burlington counties.

USA Today Staff Writer Bailey Schulz contributed to this report.

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