Fatal Fire, Dog Owners in Court Tops News
Shortest month of the year ended up being a busy one in Jefferson. Check out our month in review for our top nine stories.
Jefferson’s Department of Public Works chief will be back on the job April 1 after a year tour overseas.
Susan Kolb faces contempt charges for allegedly walking unmuzzled dogs despite court ruling.
Kolbs react to testimony in ongoing case against them in Jefferson Municipal Court.
Superintendent Joseph Kraemer gives his mid-year report on incidents involving harassment, intimidation and bullying.
A new 40-foot tower is being constructed at Camp Jefferson.
Residents are dismayed by hazardous materials being stored on neighboring rental properties.
Officials say lack of functioning smoke detectors caused occupants to be trapped.
50 percent of money spent locally stays local, officials said.
A Lake Hopatcong woman was sentenced in a credit card fraud case.