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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...
SPARTA, NJ - Maria Jose Crusellas would have turned 23 on June 25. However, her life was cut short tragically on Feb. 12, 20...
Salon FiG – Sussex County’s Only Organic Salon for Hair, Nails, Beauty Products, Bridal Services and More
June 23, 2013
NEWTON, NJ – When Colleen Decker opened Salon FiG three-and-a-half years ago, she did so with the premise that there were better...
ANDOVER TOWNSHIP, NJ - A special project has come to life in Andover Township, one that will make the township a little bit greener, w...
Newton Medical Center Unveils 'IMAGINE' Campaign Results and Anonymous Million Dollar Donor
June 21, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - It was in 1932 when Sussex County residents began gathering their monies to help support the newly opened community hospi...
FRANKLIN BOROUGH, NJ - On Saturday June 8, the owner of Michael’s Jewelers in Franklin stated that a prospective customer came i...
Double Celebrations in Andover Township - Ribbon Cuttings for Chocolate Parfait and Savour
June 16, 2013
ANDOVER TOWNSHIP, NJ - Two new businesses kicked off the celebration of their arrivals in town, with each of them celebrating their ne...
Alpine Elementary School Students Raise Over $5,000 For HOW Global; ThorLabs Presents Founder Rachael Paulson With A Check
June 15, 2013
SPARTA TOWNSHIP, NJ - On March 22, Rachael Paulson, author and founder of the non-profit organization Hands On The World Global (HOW G...
SPARTA, NJ – The Sussex County Chamber of Commerce members will be taking a hiatus from their regular monthly breakfasts, as the...
Board Approves Senior Development
June 14, 2013
NEWTON, NJ – After several hours of public hearings, the town planning board approved a preliminary application that could chang...
Council Approves Ordinance for Financial Agreement for Senior Citizen Affordable Housing
June 13, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - The Town of Newton is one step closer to finalizing plans for senior citizen affordable housing, a community center, and ...
Lady Mustangs Honored
June 13, 2013
NEWTON, NJ – The Lady Mustangs Softball Team accepted a certificate of recognition from the Sussex County Freeholders on Wednesd...
Fun-Filled Day at Vernon Day and 1K and 5K
June 11, 2013
VERNON TOWNSHIP, NJ - Maple Grange Park was filled throughout the day on Sunday, June 9, with participants, vendors, spectators, and a...