WRNJ News Department

EDITORIAL: Highlands Act is 10 years old and “Highlands” water is still unprotected

By Ed Smith, Warren County Freeholder Director The Highlands Act has left a legacy of costs that are uniquely borne by the people of the Highlands region.  As a Warren County Freeholder, I view things from a Warren County perspective.  Less than five miles from the county’s western border, there is […]

January 15, 2015 · WRNJ News Department
Centenary Blaze: Picking Up the Pieces

Centenary Blaze: Picking Up the Pieces

The four alarm structure fire on Jefferson Street in Hackettstown last night raged until one in the morning and destroyed the IMG_3752historic home of Centenary’s College President.

January 8, 2015 · WRNJ News Department
Breaking News: The Structure Fire In Hackettstown Is Now At A 4TH Alarm

Breaking News: The Structure Fire In Hackettstown Is Now At A 4TH Alarm

Keep with RNJ for the latest on this breaking story.

January 7, 2015 · Community News, WRNJ News Department
Breaking: More Photos From The  2nd Alarm Structure Fire In Hackettstown (1/7/15)

Breaking: More Photos From The 2nd Alarm Structure Fire In Hackettstown (1/7/15)

January 7, 2015 · Community News, WRNJ News Department
Breaking News: 2nd Alarm Structure Fire In Hackettstown (1/7/15)

Breaking News: 2nd Alarm Structure Fire In Hackettstown (1/7/15)

Some local roads are closed and emergency crews are on the scene of a first alarm fire at the Centenary College President’s house at 401 Jefferson, which sits at the corner of Jefferson and West Moore Streets. Centenary College president Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite reports to WRNJ that she was not home […]

January 7, 2015 · Community News, WRNJ News Department
Breaking News: 1st Alarm Structure Fire In Hackettstown, NJ

Breaking News: 1st Alarm Structure Fire In Hackettstown, NJ

Hackettstown (Warren County) –  Emergency crews are on the scene of a 1st alarm structure fire at 401 Jefferson St. Roads are closed in the area. Keep with RNJ for the latest on this breaking story.

January 7, 2015 · Community News, WRNJ News Department

Possible Energy Savings for Great Meadows

The Great Meadows Regional school district has big plans for energy savings. WRNJ’s Josh Deeney has the story. For more local news stories, tune in to WRNJ @ 1510 am, 104.7 and 92.7 fm, or listen live online at WRNJ.com.

January 7, 2015 · Community News, WRNJ News Department

Mount Olive School District in 2015

Things are taking shape in Mount Olive’s school district with the new year underway. WRNJ’s Rob Burrell reports. For more local news stories, tune in to WRNJ @ 1510 am, 104.7 and 92.7 fm, or listen live online at WRNJ.com

January 6, 2015 · Community News, WRNJ News Department
Charity Box Break-Ins, Byram Twp

Charity Box Break-Ins, Byram Twp

A Byram Township teen faces theft charges for allegedly stealing from a McDonalds’ counter-top charity box, not once but twice. Shortly before noon on Friday, Byram Police were called to the fast food restaurant in the Township.  There, Officers were reportedly shown surveillance footage of two separate occasions during the […]

January 6, 2015 · Community News, WRNJ News Department
Fundraiser Follows First Alarm Fire, Liberty Township

Fundraiser Follows First Alarm Fire, Liberty Township

The family of Irmgard and Erich Leitner starts a Go-Fund Me campaign after their home and all of their possessions were lost to a first alarm fire on Saturday.

January 5, 2015 · Community News, WRNJ News Department