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"She's been a comfort to children and their parents and a staple of this town. She will be sorely missed."
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Two women were arrested on disorderly conduct charges after they got into an argument over how to split a restaurant check, police said.
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Each year, for the past three years, Jennifer Packard and John Skorski of Giant Gymnastics have held an annual drive to collect much needed items for Father John's Animal House.
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Police have found and charged a man they believe was caught on camera in a home surveillance video earlier this month and learned he also is a fugitive in Warren County.
WASHINGTON - On June 12, after completing twenty two weeks of law enforcement training, four graduates from the Morris County Police Academy were sworn in as Warren County Sheriff's Officers, according to Sheriff David P. Gallant.
Washington Township, N.J., Patrolman Phil Smith checks for seat belt use in 2011 during a "Click It or Ticket" detail on Route 57 near Brass Castle Road.
If architects and lawyers representing Heath Village can meet township officials on a number of layout changes, it seems as though a senior housing complex with 98 units will soon inhabit the open piece of land at the corner of Newburgh and Schooley's Mountain Roads.
Hackettstown police were helping a woman retrieve keys from inside a locked car and found a stash of drugs in the vehicle, police said.
The Westwood Regional Board of Education voted unanimously to appoint James M. Sheerin as the district's new interim superintendent during their meeting Thursday night.
Rep. Scott Garrett recognized Hackettstown resident and Hackettstown High School sophomore Erika Salus for participating in the 2013 Congressional Art Competition.
Snook was unable to post the bail and was held in the Warren County Jail. At 10:14 a.m. Tuesday, Detective Michael Zarro was patrolling Route 46 when he saw a 2001 Dodge traveling Route 46 West with an equipment violation and he entered the vehicle's registration into his in-car computer system.
Three area residents face various drug charges after tossing packets of heroin out of their car during a traffic stop Monday, police said.
Town police said an officer was on routine patrol on West Plane Street, near Route 46, when he saw Joseph Torres , 20, of Hackettstown, and Mattingly Stefanick , 19, of Belvidere , fighting in the road.