Top 10 Most Read Jefferson Stories in 2012
Here are the stories that were most popular to Jefferson Patch readers this year.
Eleven days after Superstorm Sandy, JCP&L said they would restore most New Jersey outages by Saturday evening by adding 1,200 line workers to the nearly 7,000 workers already that were on the ground throughout the state.
Field Station: Dinosaurs, a 20-acre outdoor educational park filled with 31 animatronic dinosaurs, located next to Laurel Hill park in Secaucus, opened in May.
An outlet for our readers to share their pictures and videos with the rest of the community by simply uploading them to this link.
A Jefferson man was struck and killed while walking alongside Route 15 in Lake Hopatcong earlier this month.
An 18-year-old Randolph resident was fatally struck by a furniture store box truck while walking along Route 10 in Randolph in July.
The parents of a Jefferson Township High School freshman came before the Board of Education in May to plead for help after, they said, their son was “brutally attacked” by another student.
We asked our readers to vote for their favorite hair salon in the township as part of our Readers' Choice categories.
Four occupants were ejected and two died after a Jeep Wrangler flipped over on Green Pond Road in Rockaway Township near the Jefferson border in August.
An Oak Ridge teen passed away in September. He is remembered as happy, and always ready to lend a helping hand and an ear to listen to others.
In early September, a fatal accident occurred on Interstate 80 eastbound at mile marker 34, and soon after there was another serious accident that did not involve a fatality.