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Valentino Ianetti Jr. Released Pending Further Investigation
August 17, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - It was almost three years ago that Pamela Ianetti was found dead in her 15 New Street home in Stanhope on Dec. 8, 2009. ...
Sussex Bank S.B. Foundation, Inc. Golf Outing Raises Funds for United Way of Northern New Jersey
August 12, 2013
NEWTON, NJ – The United Way of Northern New Jersey, which has its Sussex County office in Newton, recently received $7,500 from ...
NEWTON, NJ - It is the height of summer, yet while local residents are enjoying sunny skies and warm temperatures, Sussex County Commu...
AUGUSTA, NJ - Skies are expected to be sunnier Friday with temperatures forecasted at 82 degrees as the first day of the New Jersey St...
NEWTON, NJ - A tractor-trailer driver was issued a careless driving summons on Sunday for a traffic mishap at the corner of Spring and...
Christmas In July Celebrated Through Tomorrow
July 27, 2013
WANTAGE, NJ - There is no snow on the ground, yet the holiday season is in full effect through tomorrow, as the Chinkchewunska Chapter...
Sussex County Community College Seeking Feedback
July 24, 2013
NEWTON, NJ – Sussex County Community College (SCCC) is reaching out to area residents for feedback about the college. The co...
Exploring Downtown Newton
July 21, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - Recently, a sidewalk sale took place in downtown Newton over a period of three days. Downtown Newton is one of the ra...
Sparta Puts New Twists on Farmers' Market
July 19, 2013
SPARTA, NJ – Even though they could not anticipate the summer’s back-to-back heat waves, the organizers of the Sparta Farm...
NEWTON, NJ - It was an emotional morning in the courtroom of the Honorable N. Peter Conforti today, as Giuseppe "Joseph" Ted...
Kittatinny Barracudas Swim Team Places First Overall and for Girls at Twelfth Annual Northwest Jersey Swim Invitational; Newton First for Boys
July 16, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - Ten swim teams from throughout Sussex County challenged one another on Saturday at the 12th Annual Northwest Jersey Swim ...
Sussex County Musician Scott Paul Hits The Stone Pony Summer Stage, July 14; The Stanhope House, July 30
July 13, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - Sussex County musician and songwriter Scott Paul will be hitting the stage of The Stone Pony as one of the headliner acts...
Sussex County Freeholders Hear About New Technology
July 11, 2013
NEWTON, NJ – It was a typically short summer meeting of the Sussex County Freeholders Wednesday, July 11, but Director Richard V...
Francis M. Smith, Esq., NJ Personal Injury Attorney Helps Clients 'Learn Their Rights in Plain English' and Offers 'Personal Concierge Service' to Clients, Including House Calls
July 10, 2013
SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ – When a 78-year-old thriving and healthy Sussex County resident slipped and fell in front of the Newton Post ...
Fraudulent Sparta-Based Superstorm Sandy Charity HSRF To Be Dissolved and Funds Dispersed to Legitimate Charities; How Consumers Can Donate to Legitimate Charities and Protect Themselves From Scams
July 9, 2013
SPARTA, NJ – It is more than eight months since Superstorm Sandy hit, and clean up efforts are still taking place, as well as ai...
NEWTON, NJ - Newton Police received a 9-1-1 call at 9:13 a.m. reporting that there was a fire in a sixth floor apartment loc...
FRANKFORD TOWNSHIP, NJ – It was 1932, when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt recognized a young man for his Eagle Scout accomp...
SPARTA, NJ - Sparta Township became the site for a regional celebration Thursday, as parade participants, and spectators alike, gather...
New Mayor and Deputy Mayor for Newton
July 3, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - The Newton Town Council, town employees, area dignitaries, and other guests, gathered on Monday, July 1 at Newton's M...
Unusual DWI Trial Continues
July 1, 2013
SPARTA, NJ – The continuation of the municipal court case against Catherine Giaquinto featured the defendant’s side of the...
Franklin Day Celebrated From Morning Through Night
June 30, 2013
FRANKLIN BOROUGH, NJ - Franklin Borough residents, and visitors from throughout the county, celebrated Franklin Day on Saturday, June ...
VERNON TOWNSHIP, NJ - The line that formed outside of Vernon Township High School on Friday June 28, was minimally 500 people strong b...
Sussex County Freeholders Hear Support at Meeting
June 27, 2013
NEWTON, NJ – Public portions of most government meetings are a time for complaints, but the Sussex County Freeholders found them...
Mohawk Avenue School Preschoolers Raise Over $1,200 For HOW Global And Create A Mural For Founder Rachael Paulson
June 25, 2013
SPARTA TOWNSHIP, NJ - Rachael Paulson, author and founder of Hands on the World Global (HOW Global) attended Mohawk Avenue School in S...
NEWTON, NJ - The town of Newton held its final meeting with Sandra Diglio presiding over the public as mayor on Monday, June 24. T...