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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Chester Theatre Group kicks off its 2014-15 season with the award-winning Broadway play The Tale of the Allergist's Wife . Written by Charles Busch, this uproarious comedy was nominated for the Tony Award for best play and earned the Best Actress Tony for its star, Linda Lavin.
The Folk Project announces a Columbus Day Weekend retreat for musicians and listeners that offers a unique and intimate opportunity to share music and learn from world class musicians. This low-cost, weatherproof event is limited to only 150 guests, and features three concerts, more than 40 workshops, multiple jam sessions, all meals, and optional housing.
Hackettstown's Daniel "Chip" Sherwood realized every golfer's dream on Aug. 31 when he scored a hole in one at Apple Mountain Golf Club in White Township. The 45-year-old has been playing golf for 26 years but an ace has always eluded him.
Mosquitoes are sorted at the Dallas County mosquito lab in Dallas in this 2012 file photo. Two mosquitoes found in Hacketstown have tested positive for West Nile virus.
Photo by Marie Dirle/New Jersey Herald From left, Hardyston Council members Leslie Hamilton, Santo Verrilli, and Frank Cicerale unveil the Vietnam veterans monument in Hardyston on Saturday. Families and friends of those who served in Vietnam photographed the engraved brick pavers and the new monument after its unveiling.
When she was in eighth grade, Elizabeth Daudelin, of Hackettstown, took the SATs - just to see how she would do. She didn't do well; she did spectacularly.
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Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 02:23 am
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