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29 min ago | Pocono Record
A winter storm coming from the Southwest is expected to hit the state Thursday into Friday, mostly impacting northern Pennsylvania.
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4 hrs ago | NJ.com
A Hackettstown man says the fact he shot a bear with a bow and arrow shouldn't stand between him and drug court.
8 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
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.
9 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald
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.
A man who stole a Warren County jail officer's loaded, work-issued handgun last year is back in jail less than two weeks after he was released on parole.
HACKETTSTOWN - A water main break on Arthur Terrace Road has caused a portion of the road to be closed, leaving approximately 30 customers in the area without water, according to Hackettstown Police Sgt.
HACKETTSTOWN - On Nov. 28, the Hackettstown Policeman's Benevolent Association Local 369 purchased Thanksgiving dinners from the River Star Diner in Hackettstown.
HACKETTSTOWN - More than 480 runners raced in 30 degree weather at River Park Fields this morning for the Smiles for Margaret Huff and Puff after you Stuff 5K.
Back by popular demand, Centenary Stage Company presents this season's Family Holiday Spectacular "A Christmas Carol: The Musical," running Friday, Nov. 29 to Sunday, Dec. 15 in the Sitnik Theatre of The David and Carol Lackland Center.
From left: PBA members Darren Tynan, Jim Laoudis, Glen Brotzman, Aaron Perkins, Jim Macaulay, Scott Wheeler, John Amey and River Star Diner Manager Halio Bayram.
The Hackettstown Community Band performing at a holiday concert in years past at Warren Haven.
Imagine a Thanksgiving dinner prepared and waiting when you arrive. People gather around you to celebrate the holiday, but there is a catch: not everyone knows each other.
Pictured here is student Deborah Eike, daughter of Russell Eike of Bergenfield and Nancy Eike of Bogota; principal Sean Murphy of Washington; Matheny School teacher Peggy Zappulla of Hackettstown, holding the Middle States certification; teacher Christina Carey of Summit; and student Nicholas Barros, son of Galo Barros and Esthela Perez of ... (more)