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Hackettstown Man Wanted By The New Jersey State Police(8/24/15)

Hackettstown Man Wanted By The New Jersey State Police(8/24/15)

The New Jersey State Police is seeking the public’s assistance with locating Justin Johnson, 35, of Hackettstown, N.J.,who is wanted for violation of a final restraining order. Johnson is known to frequent the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, N.Y., and north Warren County. Anyone with information is asked to contact Hope […]

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Water Restoration Is In Progress To Oakwood Village (8/22/15)

Water Restoration Is In Progress To Oakwood Village (8/22/15)

‪ Mt Olive Twp (Morris County) – Last night a valve blew on one of the booster pumps in the Oakwood Village Apartment Homes complex, which is located in the Flanders section of the township. According toMayor Rob Greenbaum, the pump has been repaired but the water tank was drained […]

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Hackettstown Man Tased By Police After Brandishing A Knife Behind Hackettstown Middle School.

Hackettstown Man Tased By Police After Brandishing A Knife Behind Hackettstown Middle School.

‪#‎Breaking‬: Hackettstown (Warren County) – Today at 2:55PM the Hackettstown Police responded to the rear of the Hackettstown Middle School (500 Washington St) in reference to a suspicious person with blood on his throat. When officers arrived at the school, the officers located the male in the basketball courtyard and […]

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The “CVS Pharmacy Coming Soon” Sign Is Now Up On The Old Bergen Tool Property

The “CVS Pharmacy Coming Soon” Sign Is Now Up On The Old Bergen Tool Property

Hackettstown (Warren County) – The “CVS Pharmacy Coming Soon” sign is now up on the old Bergen Tool property at the corner of Main St and East Stiger St in Hackettstown, ‪#‎NJ‬. The roughly 14,000-square-foot pharmacy is to be built first. Additional retail space,housing and open space is also planned […]

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Work On Commuter Train Service to Andover Continues

Work On Commuter Train Service to Andover Continues

Progress in extending N.J. Transit commuter rail service to Andover is slowly but surely chugging along. RNJ’s Rob DiRienzo spoke with Chuck Walsh, chairman of the Lackawanna Cutoff Historical Committee: The laying of the track to Andover, half of which has already been completed, cannot continue until November at the […]

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Fireworks Dazzle Rutherfurd Hall [PHOTOS]

Fireworks Dazzle Rutherfurd Hall [PHOTOS]

ALLAMUCHY — A sea of starry-eyed spectators packed the lawn at Rutherfurd Hall  for the third-annual fireworks show last night. RNJ’s Rob DiRienzo reports that the event drew upwards of 1,500 spectators: Photo Gallery Photos by Rob DiRienzo

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Mount Olive High School Holds Graduation

Mount Olive High School Holds Graduation

Yesterday marked the end of an era and the beginning of a journey for Mount Olive High School’s Class of 2015. The class of 338 students and their loved ones packed into the hot gym for the commencement exercise. RNJ’s Rob DiRienzo was there and filed this report: Yesterday marked […]

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The entrance to the mine at the site in question. (Credit: 877trainride.org)

Local Railroad Attraction In Middle of Zoning Dispute (UPDATED)

OXFORD Twp. (WRNJ Radio) – After a confusion over whom to notify of a Warren County Agricultural Tourism Board meeting, the fate the Delaware River Railroad Excursion is unknown until at least August, a legal representative for the organization said. Pohatcong Township officials say a railroad amusement is in violation of local […]

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Agriculture Sec. Visits Mansfield, Leaves Bearing Strawberries

Agriculture Sec. Visits Mansfield, Leaves Bearing Strawberries

The strawberry season has officially begun, and New Jersey’s Secretary of Agriculture Doug Fisher was in Mansfield at Donaldson Farms to help kick if off. RNJ’s Rob DiRienzo reports:

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Your Vote 2015: Primary Results Are In

Your Vote 2015: Primary Results Are In

The votes have been cast, and several area politicians are now a step closer to holding public office. With voter turnout percentages in the single digits, the big headlines yesterday were: Morris County Freeholders: Two incumbents defeated in an upset by decimal points. Allamuchy Mayoral: Incumbent Betty Schultheis defeated by […]

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