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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...
Crowd Enjoys Newton Day and Firehouse 5K
June 9, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - The Mack is Back. Members of the Newton Fire Museum and other firefighters have been wearing “Bring Back the Ma...
Seniors Go Back to School
June 8, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - About 100 senior citizens from all around Sussex County, and beyond, gathered on Friday, June 7 at Sussex County Communit...
Newton Board Discusses Senior Housing
June 7, 2013
NEWTON, NJ– The town planning board will vote on Thursday, June 13, on an application by RPM Development of Montclair, for a mix...
Newton Fire Department 'Brings Back the Mack;' Seeking Donations from Public for Fire Museum to Welcome Truck Home
June 6, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - It was 65 years ago that a shiny new 1948 Mack 85LS fire engine, rolled into the right side of the bay in the town of New...
Fundraising Results Doubled from Sussex Bank Golf Outing to Benefit their SB Foundation, Inc
June 5, 2013
HARDYSTON, NJ - More than 178 golfers (including New York Giants alumni), took to the green at Crystal Springs' & Wild Turkey ...
Gary Chiusano Takes Surrogate Race in Primary; Richard Vohden and George Graham Freeholder Seats
June 5, 2013
SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ – An intense political race ended on Tuesday night in Sussex County, as the primary election wrapped up. T...
Chorus Kids are Ready for Their Concert
June 4, 2013
NEWTON, NJ – The new Performing Arts Center at Sussex County Community College is the scene of the 22nd annual spring concert by...
NEWTON, NJ – Close to 40 bicyclists, and more than 50 walkers, made their way through town to Merriam Avenue School on Friday mo...
National Trails Day Celebrated With 'Off the Beaten Track Health Screening & Wellness Event'
June 2, 2013
ANDOVER TOWNSHIP, NJ - More than 100 participants gathered for the first annual "Off the Beaten Track Health Screening & Well...
NEWTON, NJ - “I think we are getting better and better every year,” said Ludmilla Mecaj, Chair of the Miss Newton Contest....
HACKETTSTOWN, NJ - Centenary College's Lackland Center was the scene last night for the Newton Medical Center Foundation's ann...
Newts Eliminated From States, 13-3
May 31, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - Leading, 3-1, after three innings, it appeared the Newton baseball team was well on its way from punching its ticket into...
New Ordinance Impacts Landlords
May 30, 2013
NEWTON, NJ – Town council allowed a public hearing on a landlord responsibility ordinance to go on for more than two and a half ...
NEWTON, NJ - “I just love parades, they’re so American, so patriotic and wonderful. They’re very uplifting,” s...
Bernotas Sends Newton Into Semis, 3-2
May 26, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - Hitless in his first three at bats, Jon Bernotas had a golden opportunity to atone himself at the dish and be the hero of...
Merriam Avenue Students Graduate From D.A.R.E.
May 25, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - School administration, faculty, police officers, public officials, and parents, came out to celebrate the D.A.R.E. (Drug ...
Space Honored by Freeholders
May 23, 2013
NEWTON, NJ - Assemblyman Parker Space (R-24) accepted a lamp and a card from his former colleagues on the Sussex County Board of...