Saturday, May 18, 2013
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Jefferson's Angle family lost cat after test material flew through home, landed on child's bed. After sentencing on month-long Morris County crime spree, Philip Cise will begin trial on vehicular homicide charges. As part of our new Smart Spending series, Patch wants to uncover the true going rate for various goods and services in town, so you'll know exactly how much you should pay for what you need. Help us out by replying in the comments. Morris County Women's Republican Club hosting annual forum on May 21 in Morristown. Judge says a year of meeting conditions could lead to a dismissal of sexual assault charge. Teaneck man ordered held on $500,000 bail after Sparta burglary. Rockaway man charged with running marijuana production …
Saturday, May 11, 2013
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Search for man called off after investigation reveals incident never happened, authorities report. Governor chides reporters for obsessing about 'silly,' 'shallow' subject, says he is not a role model Students in all four grades commended for high marks. Child who came forward with information on alleged abuse was beat multiple times with belt by Carolyn Jackson, prosecutor said. Estimated 400,000 people expected in region; team practices to be held in Florham Park and Media Day in Newark The employees also donated 1,000 pounds of food to the Interfaith Food Pantry. For the next two weeks, there will not be the usual flag flying in front of the county courthouse. Hopatcong man charged with causing public false alarm in 2012 must go to …
Saturday, May 4, 2013
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Assemblywoman DeCroce announces funding for five projects. The $1.2 million ad buy shows road to New Jerseyans' optimism in their state. Picatinny Arsenal Army major and his wife served 17-count indictment on charges of abusing their children through 'neglectful and cruel acts.' Parsippany's James Vigilante again accuses fellow township resident Ann Grossi of publicly disrespecting his Air Force service. Alexandra Elizabeth Kazimir makes the University of Rochester's Dean's List for the Fall of 2012. About 17 percent of county bridges rated functionally obsolete. Philip Cise of Dover will be transferred to a Pennsylvania jail to await trial for homicide charges related to a fatal accident which killed Paramus' Gabrielle Reuveni last summer…
Saturday, April 27, 2013
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Jefferson Township Education Association and Municipal Organizations plans to use education to help reduce substance abuse. U.S. News & World Report releases 2013 national high school standings; no Morris County school crack top-10 in state. Undercover operation, new fines considered to stop texting, talking and driving around state. Online sales tax could arrive as part of the 2014 federal budget. Tsarnaev sisters say they "don’t have any answers" after brothers suspected in Boston attacks. Memorial Day relaunch targeted for the fire decimated is business fast approaching. County kicks off National Crime Victims Rights Week. ReCommunity releases annual sustainability report. Lake Hopatcong man arrested in Hackettstown on charges of …
Friday, April 26, 2013
Basilone Bowl and Ridge High's top schools' ranking also make headlines.
Writing on a bathroom wall at Woodmont Elementary School in Montville prompted a bomb scare and an evacuation of the school Wednesday morning while police and a bomb squad checked the building to be sure it was safe, police and school officials said. No bomb was found. Police have released a slideshow of an individual they are trying to identify who was on Finley Lane in Wayne at the time a home on that street was burglarized April 20. Zach Rice of Long Valley, who suffers from avascular necrosis of the hip, has joined forces with Goryeb Children's Hospital to raise funds for gaming systems for patients. The 'Action for Distraction' 5k will be held Saturday at Loantaka Brook Reservation in Morristown. Ridge High School is this year ranked …
Saturday, April 20, 2013
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Department for Persons with Disabilities looking for help to fund 39th annual golf outing. Two break-ins two weeks apart in Jefferson Township, police report. Chris Christie invited to spend the day at Camp Pocono trails in exchange for five camperships for New Jersey youths. Jefferson's Chloe Elaine Scharf in films Folded Hope and God's Favor at the prestigious film festival. Jefferson Twp. resident stopped car just to get high, police report. History instructor Mark Washburne 'not going to let the terrorists win,' plans to run Boston Marathon again. Online registration is now open. Ex-Port Authority Officer Will Jimeno says first responders and survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings are ‘beacons of light.’ STAR, Babe Ruth …
Saturday, April 13, 2013
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First responders quell blaze before flames could spread. Though results may not seem shocking, we want to know what you think. $5 million project spans Chester to Somerville. Citing Congressional measure, Board of Governors reluctantly decides to continue six-day-a-week delivery. James V. Fakult will take over for Don Lynch effective June 3. Police are investigating April 4 crash on Espanong Road. Clifton man tried to have his uncle, the co-owner of the Passaic landmark, killed by two men, authorities say. Environmental New Jersey is calling for efforts to reduce carbon pollution. Denville's Zbigniew Nowacki pushes for school safety by proposing the move of polling places to an alternate location Monday afternoon brush fires scattered …
Saturday, April 6, 2013
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Gary and Susan Kolb will say final goodbye to remaining African Boerboel. Superintendent, board of education members describe coach as role model for players, coaches. Laurie Bogaard declares candidacy to succeed Joan Bramhall as Morris County Clerk. Peter Rooney, Mendham resident and chair of the NJ Sharing Network Foundation, closed the New York Stock Exchange to recognize the start of Donate Life Month. Briefs filed by state, defense arguing convicted murderer's requirement to be in court during sentencing. Registration begins at 10 a.m. Sunday on the campus of the College of St. Elizabeth, Convent Station. Moneyrates.com poll ranks Garden State 45th in states to make a living. Former Circle Systems Group principals overcharged …
Saturday, March 30, 2013
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Programs remain intact, new courses are being offered despite no additional state aid. Jefferson Township Public Schools Superintendent Joseph Kraemer said award was 'humbling' and 'a great honor.' James Vigilante says opponent Ann Grossi is denigrating his service; she denies the charge. David G. Carroccia of Warren pleads guilty to 2012 Morris County robbery spree. US News and World Report polled doctors across the nation. Lake Hopatcong's Jaren Sina's recent release from Northwestern commitment has created a stir of recruitment.
Saturday, March 23, 2013
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Jefferson residents Susan and Gary Kolb's dog Imani would be moved to a facility out of state, per agreement with officials. Board of Education implements new policy that is strictly voluntary. Final winners will work with Verizon and MIT to turn their app concept into reality. Lake Hopatcong's Jaren Sina unsure about keeping commitment to university that recruited him after coach was dismissed. Jefferson's DPW aims to execute drainage projects on Yacht Club Drive, Notch Road, West Shawnee Trail, Lorretacong Drive and Arrowhead Trail in 2013. Pub 199 repairs moving quickly after blaze took down Mt. Arlington establishment. Governor undecided on whether he'll support Senate bill that would outlaw the practice among minors.