Top 10 Most Read Stories in November
A look at the stories Jefferson Patch readers felt were the most important last month.
Gov. Christie said Mitt Romney's staff had spread a false rumor that he had turned down an opportunity to campaign for the presidential candidate.
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.
Residents reflect on their neighbor, Bruce Latteri, 51, who was killed during Superstorm Sandy when a tree crashed down on his home.
A woman wasn't hurt when she drove her car into Lake Hopatcong after hitting a guard rail off Hopatcong Street on Nov. 15.
Sonny Gorzala, 21, pleaded not guilty in State Superior Court on Nov. 28 on allegations for being on heroin when he crashed into two cars, killing one woman and injuring another earlier this month in West Milford.
Governor Chris Christie announced the odd-even gas rationing system that started Nov. 2 to combat long lines at the pump after Hurricane Sandy.
PSEG and JCP&L released updated timetables that allowed customers to see a prediction of when their power would return.
We kept an updated list of streets in Jefferson that residents reported having power back in the days after Hurricane Sandy
The Jefferson BOE announced that students will make up the lost days from Hurricane Sandy by attending school on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents' Day, and the Friday of spring break on April 5.
We listed out the new polling locations for Election Day after Hurricane Sandy caused the closure of two former locations.