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Hackettstown, New Jersey is located in Warren County. Zip codes in Hackettstown, NJ include 07840. The median home price in Hackettstown is $254,900 which is roughly $148/per square foot. More Hackettstown information.

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3 hrs ago | Patch.com

Long Valley Man Pawned Stolen GoPro Cameras in Hackettstown, Cops Say

A Washington Township man has been charged with stealing high-end video camera equipment from a local store and selling it to a pawn shop, Hackettstown police said. The Hackettstown Police Department was informed about numerous sales of Go Pro Hero 3+ silver edition cameras at the Gold Mine pawn shop on Main Street in Hackettstown on Aug. 4, Sgt.

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5 hrs ago | TheAlternativePress.com

Last Week of August Brought Several 'DUI's' in Randolph Township

Aug 24: Officer Michael Shoudy responded to the Acme Supermarket for the report of a lost wallet. The victim reported he had located his wallet in the entrance/exit area.

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14 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald

Woman who tried to get drugs charged

A Sparta woman is accused of pretending to be an employee of a doctor's office to obtain prescription drugs from a pharmacy, police said. Jackie Degraaf, 29, was charged with the unlicensed practice of medicine and attempting to obtain a prescription legend drug by fraud or deception.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

NJ.com

Phillipsburg police officers recognized for DUI enforcement

He wanted to acknowledge four of his officers who were recognized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving for writing the most summonses in the department last year for drivers who were under the influence. Patrolmen Marc Mecca and Robert Marino appeared before council to be recognized.

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NJ.com

Alcohol, speed believed to be factors in Mansfield Township accident, police say

Alcohol is believed to be a factor in a Monday night wreck that injured a 20-year-old driver and trapped him in a badly damaged car, Mansfield Township police said. Ryan Iacampo, of the township, had to be extracted from the Buick sedan and was airlifted to Morristown Memorial Hospital with undisclosed injuries after the one-vehicle accident along Mount Bethel Road.

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The Jersey Journal

First Presbyterian Church of Hackettstown reopened on Sept. 7

The First Presbyterian Church of Hackettstown, located at 298 Main St, reopened its doors on Sunday, Sept. 7, after a summer-long construction project to make the church A.L.A. compliant.

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The Jersey Journal

Kitchen fire spreads through Oxford Township home; 2 cats rescued

A fire that apparently started in the kitchen spread through the first floor and into the second floor of a home here on Orams Lane yesterday afternoon. Washington Police officers were dispatched at about 4:40 p.m. to the fire, and found heavy smoke conditions.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Centenary Stage Company to present 'If You Give a Moose a Muffin'

The Centenary Stage Company presents "If You Give a Moose a Muffin" on Saturday, Sept. 27, at 11 a.m., in the Little Theater on the Campus of Centenary College.

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Patch.com

West Nile Virus Found in Two Hackettstown Mosquitoes

Two Culex mosquitoes found in separate parts of Hackettstown in late August were found to be carrying West Nile Virus, Hackettstown Police said. Samples were collected from Sandbar Park/Alumni Field as well as in the area of Baldwin and 4th Street on Aug. 28, police said.

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The Jersey Journal

Morris Habitat for Humanity wins excellence award from Metropolitan...

Pictured are Sean Monaghan from Chester and Penny Nelson from Mount Tabor, Morris Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors, Erin Quinn, Retail Manager, Morris Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Liz Decoursey from Hackettstown, Director of Operations, Morris Habitat for Humanity, Marjorie Roller from Boonton, Architect and Blair Bravo from Mountain Lakes, Executive Director Morris Habitat for Humanity at the Metro Builders & Contractors Association of New Jersey Awards Ceremony.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Daily Record

Engagement: Amanda Stanton & John Rec

Ms. Stanton is the daughter of Patricia Carr of Mount Olive, New Jersey. Mr. Rec is the son of John and Cynthia Rec of Mount Olive, New Jersey.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

NJ.com

Education notes: Lebanon Valley College

Kathleen E. King, of Hackettstown, is one of 15 students to perform a fall recital at Lebanon Valley College this fall. King, a graduate of Hackettstown High School, is pursuing a degree in music and music education.

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The Jersey Journal

Warren County to celebrate Family Day Sept. 22

In this day of hustle and bustle, rushing from one activity to another, families often times "pass in the wind" when it comes down to a family dinner. On Monday, Sept.

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The Jersey Journal

Centenary College in Hackettstown offers Storytime in the Library

Centenary College's Education Department is partnering with Taylor Memorial Library at Centenary College to offer Storytime in the Library! at 9 a.m., on Friday mornings. This opportunity is free and open to the public.

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The Newark Star-Ledger

New Jersey's richest colleges: which schools have the most generous donors

While Rutgers University had a banner year for fundraising, some New Jersey's colleges and universities say they are still feeling the fallout of the economic troubles of the past decade. Many alumni and other donors cut back or stopped sending donations to their favorite schools when the recession began to eat away at Americans' bank accounts in 2007.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

NJ.com

Safety concerns aired at Warren County building in wake of threats against employees

A union representative has asked for increased security measures at this Warren County Department Human Services building in White Township after a man allegedly made threats against employees last week. Warren County freeholders today responded to security concerns raised at the public assistance office in White Township following threats allegedly phoned in to staff there.

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The Jersey Journal

Warren County residents who recently graduated from college

GRADUATES Local residents recently graduated from Centenary College in Hackettstown at its 139th May Commencement.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Warren County residents named to dean's lists

DEAN'S LIST Local residents are named on the Dean's List at Centenary College in Hackettstown for coursework that was completed for the Spring 2014 semester. The students are as follows: Diana Alvarez from Blairstown.

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The Jersey Journal

Joan Knechel Cancer Center in Hackettstown offers ongoing breast cancer support group

The Joan Knechel Cancer Center at Hackettstown Regional Medical Center offers a Breast Cancer Support Group for women who have been recently diagnosed with breast cancer, who are currently in treatment, or who are breast cancer survivors. The group is facilitated by licensed clinical social worker Joan Runfola, ACSW, LCSW.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Fall arrives early: Chilly air pushes into N.J. this weekend, stormy autumn ahead?

The same weather pattern that brought New Jersey a beautiful, temperate summer is likely to bring it a more tumultuous fall should it remain in place. Cold air is expected to dive into the United States from Canada this week and spill into the northeast by the weekend, knocking temperatures below normal during the day and providing for some unusually chilly nights.

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