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1 hr ago | The Jersey Journal
MANSFIELD - Lt. Michael Reilly was sworn in as Chief of Police during the regularly scheduled committee meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 13, and the Mansfield Township Committee is now expected to vote on approving his new salary before January.
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6 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Independence resident Sean Bolten, 23, was arrested on a $195 Hopewell Township municipal court traffic warrant and a $300 Mansfield township municipal court traffic warrant on Saturday, Dec. 7. He was turned over to Mansfield Police.
8 hrs ago | NJ.com
HACKETTSTOWN - Keep the shovels out and the plows ready, as more snow is predicted for this weekend starting Saturday afternoon and ending during Sunday's early hours, according to Weather Works meteorologist Sam DeAlba.
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10 hrs ago | NJ.com
New Jersey is facing yet another threat of disruptive snow this weekend as an unusually persistent cold weather pattern continues to grip the United States.
An 11-year-old boy was taken to the hospital Tuesday after he was hurt in a sledding accident, police said.
A 22-year-old Succasunna resident was indicted Tuesday on a charge of assault by auto that alleges he deliberately and recklessly crashed his Dodge pick-up truck into a Hackettstown man's vehicle in Netcong in July.
This certainly is good news if you are a fan of Tolkein-inspired cinema: "The Desolation of Smaug," the much-anticipated second part of the trilogy film director Peter Jackson has created from J.R.R. Tolkein's "Lord of the Rings" prequel "The Hobbit," is coming to Mansfield Cinema 14 in Hackettstown for a midnight premiere.
HACKETTSTOWN - Hackettstown Police issued a reminder on their Facebook and through Nixle alerts that no parking is permitted on any town road or municipal lot when streets and lots are covered in snow.
A 25-year-old Belvidere man who had been drinking drove into a parked car on Washington Street in Hackettstown , then fled the scene of the accident and made a pit stop at a local McDonald's, police said.
A Hackettstown woman was arrested after she falsely told police that she was locked in a basement.
Police said Sanchez could not perform field sobriety tests and was charged with driving while intoxicated, driving while intoxicated in a school zone, careless driving and having an expired insurance card.
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Gym rats, don't fret - a new, bigger Gold's Gym will open in April in the former Circuit City on Dunning Road, less than a year after the old one abruptly closed.