Not Guilty Plea in Fatal Crash, Dog Payments Top Local News
A look at this week's top headlines in Jefferson.
Sonny Gorzala, 21, pleaded not guilty on Wednesday in State Superior Court to allegations of being on heroin when he crashed into two cars, killing one woman and injuring another earlier this month in West Milford.
The Jefferson couple who missed their first deadline on Tuesday to pay the township for housing their dogs paid the money on Thursday. Last month, the Kolbs agreed with the township to pay the money and put their case on hold that could put the dogs at risk for euthanization if the court ruled to forfeit them.
Oak Ridge Resident and Wayne Police Officer Bob Franco has increased mobility in his arms and legs, after he suffered a severe spinal cord injury during Tropical Storm Sandy.
The Jefferson Arts Committee held the seventh annual Christmas in the Village all day on Saturday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the historic Village of Milton.
Resident Ed Quigley was recently appointed at the newest Jefferson Board of Education member, after receving 85 write-in candidate votes in this year's election.
Jefferson Police said Tuesday's snowstorm caused several minor car accidents throughout the township.