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Super Chix, the popular chicken and custard chain, is growing its New Jersey footprint by opening a second Garden State location in Rockaway.They opened their first store, in East Hanover, last September.In a statement, Super Chix said:Rockaway is a great town with solid businesses and a vibrant, loyal, and fun community. Residents in the surrounding community, as well as travelers, have a new great choice for a fresh, fast-casual lunch with healthy options, and dinner guests will discover a new quality eater...
Super Chix, the popular chicken and custard chain, is growing its New Jersey footprint by opening a second Garden State location in Rockaway.
They opened their first store, in East Hanover, last September.
In a statement, Super Chix said:
Rockaway is a great town with solid businesses and a vibrant, loyal, and fun community. Residents in the surrounding community, as well as travelers, have a new great choice for a fresh, fast-casual lunch with healthy options, and dinner guests will discover a new quality eatery they can enjoy with family and friends.
Super Chix is known for its chicken sandwiche, but they say that it is not a restaurant, it’s an obsession.
At Super Chix, we are super into chicken. We think it’s just about the most perfect food in the world. And we wanted our recipes to celebrate all that perfection. So we did something drastic. We decided to keep it simple. We decided to bring to you The Last True Chicken Sandwich.
Mint Oreo Frozen Custard
The opening of the Rockaway store continues the expansion plans of the chain:
We are pleased with our growth which will continue in 2023 in various markets across the country. The Rockaway, NJ restaurant is the 4th SUPER CHIX restaurant to open in 2023 and we’ll have many additional openings in the coming months, including the first restaurant in the Northwest US – next to open will be: Logan, UT; Williamsburg, VA; Fredrickson, WA; and, Chesapeake, VA. We look forward to more than 15 openings in 2023.
Buffalo Chicken Salad
Southern fried pickles
The new SUPER CHIX restaurant is located at 321 Mt. Hope Ave., Rockaway.
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Morris County spent nearly $5 million this year to replace its 20-year-old voting machines. But some of those machines rolled out to local precincts for Election Day are malfunctioning, poll workers say, while another town is struggling to accommodate a large voter turnout with half the complement of voting machi...
Morris County spent nearly $5 million this year to replace its 20-year-old voting machines. But some of those machines rolled out to local precincts for Election Day are malfunctioning, poll workers say, while another town is struggling to accommodate a large voter turnout with half the complement of voting machines they have received in the past.
Chester Township Council President Michael Inganamort, on the ballot this year for mayor, said he was "concerned" about waiting times of more than 90 minutes for District 2 and 3 voting this morning at Town Hall.
He blamed the delays on the township receiving only one machine for each of its five voting districts instead of the usual two. The lines eased after lunch, he said, but he worried the lines would return "after the whistle blows at 5 p.m."
Elsewhere in Morris County, printer problems appeared persistent on three of five voting machines at Dennis O’Brien School in Rockaway Township. The staff was seen banging on the printers to get the long ballot receipts out and said they were hearing "it was happening all over the county."
Election Day live updates:Lengthy Rockaway ballots jamming voting machines
The Morris County Board of Elections did not respond to multiple calls inquiring if any other towns reported printer problems or machine shortages.
Boonton voters experienced similar printer issues with the new machines but they appeared resolved before 9 a.m. One person who couldn’t wait said she was able to cast a provisional ballot.
The Morris County Commissioner Board in late 2021 authorized the purchase of 134 ES&S machines at a cost of $4.9 million. But a delay in authorizing the funds resulted in only partial delivery before the June primary, forcing some of the old Dominion machines back into use.
Hanover Deputy Mayor Thomas "Ace" Gallagher, running unopposed for reelection to the Township Committee, said Hanover districts also had some problems related to paper jams during the day, but "the county was very responsive" and had technicians on site to help resolve the problems.
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Experience a World Where Light Art Meets Prehistoric AdventureROCKAWAY, N.J., May 24, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- This summer, LuminoCity Festival transforms New Jersey's Town Square into a mesmerizing, prehistoric wonderland of light and imagination: Dino Safari! An exciting evolution of the LuminoCity experience, this event runs daily from June 10th through July 9th, 2023. LuminoCity Dino Safari comes to New Jersey Town Square, Experience a World Where Light Art Meets Dinosaur Adventure ...
Experience a World Where Light Art Meets Prehistoric Adventure
ROCKAWAY, N.J., May 24, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- This summer, LuminoCity Festival transforms New Jersey's Town Square into a mesmerizing, prehistoric wonderland of light and imagination: Dino Safari! An exciting evolution of the LuminoCity experience, this event runs daily from June 10th through July 9th, 2023.
Journey back in time and marvel at the sight of over 50 life-sized animated dinosaurs, from the cunning Oviraptor to the formidable Triceratops and the soaring Pterosauria. And be prepared to be awe-struck by the centerpiece, a towering 45-foot Brachiosaurus. They're not just statues - these prehistoric giants spring to life, boasting spectacular special effects. Watch as their jaws open and close in a roar, their heads and tails sway, and their bodies mimic lifelike movements. Hear them breathe, see their eyes blink open and close, and catch the Pterosauria's wings flutter in the breeze.
As dusk envelops the landscape, enchanting lights cast a magical glow over these beasts, transporting you into a world where the Cretaceous period meets the thrill of modern light art. It's an animated spectacle of time and illumination that promises an extraordinary journey!
But the adventure doesn't stop at sightseeing - it's interactive too! For just $5, our youngest explorers can buckle up in dino-themed cars and experience the thrill of our Dino Ride & Speedway, while those of all ages can defy gravity on our colossal Dino Paradise Bounce house for just $18. We've also created a whimsical journey aboard the Caterpillar Express, offering guests a winding tour through our radiant dino-lit wonderland for $10 per ride.
Diving into our immersive Dino Safari, guests can also enjoy free activities, become dinosaur detectives in our Jurassic Fossils Hunt, maybe even find a T-Rex! Also, meet Cosmo Lumi, our glowing friend who lights up the park with joy. And for the daring, Volcano Bone Valley awaits. With its thrilling fossil field, the T-Rex Thrill Chair, and the Dino Bone Throne, it's a fantastic spot for future paleontologists and dino-lovers.
"We are thrilled to bring the extraordinary Dino Safari experience to the vibrant heart of New Jersey's Townsquare, providing residents and visitors with a fresh, exciting take on summer festivities," said the Founder Xiaoyi Chen.
Combining interactive fun, exhilarating adventure, and fascinating learning experiences, LuminoCity's Dino Safari promises an unforgettable journey into the prehistoric era, brought to life by the glow of artful illumination.
Ticket Information: LuminoCity Dino Safari at Rockaway Townsquare runs for 30 days from June 10th to July 9th, 2023. Admission tickets are only available for purchase online at luminocityfestival.com. The festival will be open EVERYDAY from 3:00 pm - 9:30 pm.
Tickets for LuminoCity Dino Safari provide flexible access, with no need to select a specific date at the time of purchase. This allows you to plan your visit at your convenience and ensures a seamless experience!
Parking Information: This will be Free to all festival goers.
2023 LuminoCity Dino Safari x Rockaway TownsquareRockaway Townsquare - JC Penney Parking Lot301 Mt Hope Ave, Rockaway, NJ 07866
For more information about the LuminoCity Festival, visit www.luminocityfestival.com and be sure to follow us on Instagram!
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Snagging a brand-new apartment at one of Morris County’s hottest rental communities just became a lot easier.Rock Pointe, the luxury rental community in Rockaway Township, has opened its final phase of residences for leasing, developers KRE Group and Russo Development announced Thursday.The new phas...
Snagging a brand-new apartment at one of Morris County’s hottest rental communities just became a lot easier.
The new phase delivers 78 new apartments to a supply-constrained market, giving renters a fresh chance to lease in an already-popular community. It puts the finishing touch on Rock Pointe, the upscale garden apartment community situated in a spectacular ridgetop setting at 1 Rock Pointe Place, just off Green Pond Road, near shopping, dining and an entrance to Interstate 80.
Rock Pointe has now reached its full size of 345 rental residences, complemented by an array of indoor and outdoor amenities that includes a central 10,000-square-foot clubhouse.
Monthly rental rates start from $2,250 for one-bedroom residences and $2,740 for two-bedroom residences, with incentives of one month free on select two-bedroom apartments available for a limited time. Initial occupancy of the final phase is projected for May.
“We are thrilled to be able to offer one more group of renters the opportunity to join the community here at Rock Pointe,” Jonathan Kushner, president of KRE Group, said. “In a Morris County market where new construction rentals are in high demand, Rock Pointe continues to offer renters an attractive combination of location, luxury and value. It’s a distinction that we are proud of and something we look forward to sharing with even more residents in the near future.”
Rock Pointe offers an amenity-rich lifestyle, with well-appointed residences complemented by elegant social and recreational spaces. The centerpiece is the community’s clubhouse, featuring an expansive layout with a state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga room, resident lounge with several seating areas, fireplace and a bar, conference room, screening/gaming room, and more.
Outside, coveted open-air amenity spaces include a pool, pool house, landscaped terrace with a fire pit, sun loungers, televisions, tot lot, a walking path and a fitness area for invigorating, fresh-air workouts. A central barbecue area is ideal for larger events, while smaller barbecue stations allow for more intimate gatherings. All residents have access to package lockers, individual mailboxes in each building, parking garages for each building, and onsite EV car charging stations. The pet-friendly community also offers a dog park and a dog wash station.
The residences feature plush interior spaces and open layouts that are ideal for both day-to-day living and entertaining. Modern kitchens are outfitted with stainless steel dishwashers, refrigerators and microwaves, and granite countertops. All homes include in-unit washer/dryer, luxury vinyl tile flooring in the living areas, large closets, ceiling fans, and tile flooring in bathrooms. Climate control is efficient and modern, with central AC and gas heat/hot water.
Rock Pointe is a new addition to KRE Group’s “Garden Collection” of luxury apartments. It delivers upscale rental living to a beautiful region of Morris County that is dotted with lakes and lush forests. Commuters are well-connected, as Interstate 80, Interstate 287, Route 15 and Route 46 are all nearby. New Jersey Transit’s Denville train station, offering service to Manhattan, is about a five-mile drive away. Bus service is available through New Jersey Transit and Lakeland Bus Lines. Residents are close to a number of local destinations, including the Rockaway Townsquare Mall, Wegmans, Costco, Lake Hopatcong, the Split Rock Reservoir, Farny State Park and several lake clubs and golf courses.
Kind Kush in Rockaway is the first legal recreational marijuana dispensary in all of Morris County. ROCKAWAY, NJ — A brand-new retail marijuana dispensary in Rockaway has officially opened for business, making it the first legal recreational marijuana dispensary in all of Morris County.Kind Kush staged its grand opening earlier this month on Aug. 19 in the Rockaway Borough shopping center off of Route 46, which is anchored by Tractor Supply Co., after its preliminary soft launch in late July.The dispensary receiv...
ROCKAWAY, NJ — A brand-new retail marijuana dispensary in Rockaway has officially opened for business, making it the first legal recreational marijuana dispensary in all of Morris County.
Kind Kush staged its grand opening earlier this month on Aug. 19 in the Rockaway Borough shopping center off of Route 46, which is anchored by Tractor Supply Co., after its preliminary soft launch in late July.
The dispensary received final approval from the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission on July 18. "The wait was stressful, but we can finally say that we made it, and like we’ve said before, we’re beyond excited to meet you all in-person," Kind Kush officials said.
According to the dispensary's website, packaged goods include cannabis supplied in natural flower-bud form, pre-rolled joints, edibles, vape cartridges, as well as accessories such as lighters, rolling paper and grinders.
Customers must be at least 21 years old and may purchase no more than one ounce at a time.
Prices on their website range from $55 for 3.5 grams of pure indica, $38.67 for a five-pack of pre-rolls, and $30–$40 for edibles.
The dispensary is open from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Monday through Saturday and from 10 a.m. through 6 p.m. on Sundays.
Although Kind Kush is the county's first recreational dispensary, nearby communities are close behind, with the most anticipated coming to Morristown in the near future.
The business will be housed in a two-story building on Ridgedale Avenue, making it Morristown's first cannabis dispensary. The initial decision and plan presentation occurred last month, but the final approval came on March 23.
Uma Flowers will be located at the former Sam's Automotive Repair location, 102 Ridgedale Avenue.
The land is currently owned by the neighboring Morris Brick and Stone Co., which will lease it to Uma Flowers to run the cannabis business.
The store's debut date was not specified during the plan's presentation, but the dispensary will sell both recreational and medicinal marijuana.
Tejal and Priyanka Patel, the sisters-in-law behind Uma Flowers, told the Morristown planning board that they had worked in public health and medicine before launching the cannabis company around a year ago.
The dispensary will initially be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and from noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday.
In 2021, New Jersey became the 13th state in the nation to legalize marijuana, joining states like California, Colorado, Maine, Vermont and Massachusetts where marijuana is legal. The move came after a majority of New Jersey voters (more than 70 percent) supported legalizing marijuana, via a change to the state's constitution.
Adults 21 and older have the legal right to consume cannabis in New Jersey. They must smoke in private spaces. However, landlords may prohibit weed consumption on their property.
Know the laws when it comes to cannabis. Find out more from the state's FAQ page on recreational use.