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NJ-5 Among Worst in Nation in Winning Federal Grant Money

NJ-5 Among Worst in Nation in Winning Federal Grant Money

ALLAMUCHY, N.J. – Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) hosted his second “Return on Investment Roundtable: Fighting for Federal Funds for the Fifth,” with leaders from communities in Sussex and Warren Counties. The roundtable was led by the Congressman, Janis Rega, Area Director of Rural Development for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, […]

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Police asking for help in locating stolen dump truck

Police asking for help in locating stolen dump truck

ANDOVER TOWNSHIP, NJ (Sussex County) – The Andover Township Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a stolen dump truck. The 2006 white Ford F-450 dump truck with a black dump body was stolen from the property of H&H on Route 206. and it had no license plates […]

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UPDATE: Washington Twp. police locate ShopRite wallet thief

UPDATE: Washington Twp. police locate ShopRite wallet thief

UPDATE: As of 7:30 p.m. Washington Township police stated on their Facebook page: “This party has been located and will have his day in court. Thanks to all the help from our citizens and followers here on Facebook.” WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, NJ (Warren County) – Washington Township Police are asking for […]

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Warren County duo charged with 2 armed robberies

Warren County duo charged with 2 armed robberies

LONG HILL TOWNSHIP, NJ (Morris County) – Authorities have arrested two men in connection with an alleged February armed robbery of a convenience store in Long Hill Township and a alleged March armed robbery of a Krauszer’s food store in Warren Township. The arrest of Frank E. Kline, 52, and […]

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Hopatcong man lived in house with dead body for 3 days, police say

Hopatcong man lived in house with dead body for 3 days, police say

HOPATCONG BOROUGH, NJ (Sussex County) – A Hopatcong man is charged with failing to report a death after he allegedly did drugs while the person he lived with was dead in the house. According to police, a female came into police headquarters on March 21 to report a suspicious text […]

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Man observed ingesting a substance, flees from cops

Man observed ingesting a substance, flees from cops

NEWTON, NJ (Sussex County) – A 27-year-old man observed by police allegedly ingesting a substance Saturday afternoon is facing drug charges. At 3:20 p.m., a town police special officer observed a male, later identified as James L. Muller, ingesting a substance in the area of 120 Spring Street, police said. […]

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Vote to help Lake Hopatcong Foundation get floating classroom

Vote to help Lake Hopatcong Foundation get floating classroom

The Lake Hopatcong Foundation needs your votes to win up to $100,000 in grant funding to purchase a 40-foot, custom-built covered pontoon boat for a floating classroom to be used for aquatic education. The foundation is trying to win a grant from A Community Thrives, USA TODAY NETWORK’S nation-wide philanthropic […]

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Gubernatorial Candidates’ Financial Disclosures

Gubernatorial Candidates’ Financial Disclosures

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Democrats and Republicans running to replace New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are reporting income from across a spectrum of sources, from state positions to investment returns. The New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission published disclosure forms Monday. Candidates must report sources of income but not the […]

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Sussex County woman charged with starting fire on pavement to keep feet warm

Sussex County woman charged with starting fire on pavement to keep feet warm

HOPATCONG BOROUGH, NJ (Sussex County) – A Sussex woman is facing numerous charges after she allegedly set fire on pavement to keep her feet warm and caused $1,500.00 worth of damage. On April 3, a police officer responded to Extra Storage, located on Sparta Road, for a report of someone […]

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School Funding Roundtable Held In Parsippany

School Funding Roundtable Held In Parsippany

Parsippany – Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Joe Pennacchio joined with local officials, educators, advocates and parents in a community forum in Parsippany to discuss the importance of acting to ensure the state’s school funding formula distributes state aid fairly and equitably. “School districts in Morris County are among […]

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