As the Novel Coronavirus invades institutions across the world, about 10 percent of the Morris County Correctional Staff – a combination of 20 Corrections Officers and Non-Sworn Staff – have tested positive for the virus, the first on March 22, 2020.  One Correctional Officer returned to work April 6, while other Officers also are expected to start returning to work this week.

RANDOLPH, NJ – During these challenging times, it is as important as ever to keep moving forward to ensure your future. As part of that, County College of Morris (CCM) is here to help you stay on track with your education or to get started on a new pathway to a more rewarding career.

Melanie Wawrzyniak, Project Self-Sufficiency, fields a phone call from a local resident in need.

In a typical month, non-profit agency Project Self-Sufficiency serves thousands of clients at its Newton campus or in the privacy of their participants’ homes in the New Jersey counties of Sussex, Warren and Hunterdon. 

Morris County, in coordination with Atlantic Health System, will open a COVID-19 drive-thru testing center for Morris County residents only, located at the County College of Morris (CCM) in Randolph starting on Monday, March 30. Registration will begin on Sunday at 10 a.m.

TRENTON—Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal today reiterated his message that law enforcement agencies across New Jersey are strictly enforcing the Governor’s Executive Orders during the COVID-19 pandemic, and those who refuse to comply will face criminal charges.

(TRENTON) - State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio issued a new voluntary disclosure statement to bond holders today, as required by law, providing the most detail, to date, on the potential impact COVID-19 may have on New Jersey’s finances, including revenue collections and pension fund contributions.

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