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A Hackettstown woman was arrested after she falsely told police that she was locked in a basement.
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Police said Sanchez could not perform field sobriety tests and was charged with driving while intoxicated, driving while intoxicated in a school zone, careless driving and having an expired insurance card.
A miser has his moment of repentance. The beleaguered owner of a building-and-loan company emerges from a dark night of the soul with some angelic assistance.
Gym rats, don't fret - a new, bigger Gold's Gym will open in April in the former Circuit City on Dunning Road, less than a year after the old one abruptly closed.
Work is scheduled to begin shortly to replace more than 2 miles of water main on either end of town.
One of the world's richest women was sentenced to pay a $2,500 fine and have her license suspended for six months after she pleaded guilty to a reckless driving crash that killed an elderly woman and an unborn baby.
A resident of Dover walks her children to school as a light rain falls on 2nd Avenue last week.
Jason Coe, President of the hospital stated that, "NORWESCAP's partnership with Hackettstown Regional Medical Center allows us to more meaningfully engage with our patients and broader community to not only deliver essential health care services, but also to provide the human aspects of healing through personal interaction, ministry and care."
A Hackettstown woman tried to harass her neighbor by making prank 911 calls and forcing officers to respond to the home, court records say.
The Stone Soup Symphony will be giving a free Christmas concert at the First Presbyterian Church, 298 Main Street, Hackettstown, at 7 p.m. on Dec. 14. This year, in addition to performing traditional Christmas music, Stone Soup's repertoire will include Tchaikovsky's charming "Nutcracker Suite" and Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus."
A winter storm coming from the Southwest is expected to hit the state Thursday into Friday, mostly impacting northern Pennsylvania.
A Hackettstown man says the fact he shot a bear with a bow and arrow shouldn't stand between him and drug court.
MANSFIELD - Lt. Michael Reilly was sworn in as Chief of Police during the regularly scheduled committee meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 13, and the committee is now expected vote on approving his new salary before January.
Police in Sussex County will conduct sobriety checkpoints between Dec. 6 and Jan. 2 as part of a nationwide crackdown on drunken driving during the holiday season.
Three horses, a donkey and a goat were killed when they escaped their enclosure, causing a two-car motor vehicle accident on Macopin Road, police said.