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The Advertiser News (North)
TransOptions, Cycle craft distribute bikes at Project Self Sufficiency
Northwestern New Jersey non-profit TransOptions delivered two new children's bikes at Project Self Sufficiency of Sussex County on Thursday, Aug. 21. Along with the support of local bike shop, Cycle Craft, TransOptions awarded the bikes to Hannah Mellon of Sussex and Giani Amato of Franklin at Project Self Sufficiency's annual Back to School Fair.
Asbury Park Press
Why the Ice Bucket Challenge mattersWhy the Ice Bucket Challenge...
Why the Ice Bucket Challenge matters The Ice Bucket Challenge has done a lot of good in recent weeks.
Pa. museum gets its kicks with Route 66 exhibit
With "Route 66" tattooed on his right arm, he felt comfortably at home at the "America's Road: The Journey of Route 66," exhibit at the Mercer Museum in Doylestown.
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Robert Carreau Sr.
Mr. Carreau was born in Dunellen, N.J., on Oct. 8, 1922, to the late Henry Carreau and Elizabeth McNulty Carreau.
New Jersey Herald
Golf: Snouffer enjoys U.S. Am experience despite not making cut
The Rutgers football team will be going into uncharted territory in a couple of weeks when it begins the 2014 season as a member of the Big Ten for the first time.
The Jersey Journal
Trinity United Methodist Church in Hackettstown benefit concert for Sandy Relief is Sept. 27
A benefit concert to Support Sandy Relief on Saturday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m., at Trinity United Methodist Church, 213 Main St., Hackettstown.
Parolee living in Phillipsburg arrested on charges he sold, possessed heroin
A recently paroled Phillipsburg man was arrested this morning on numerous drug-related charges after he allegedly sold heroin in the town.
Fire That Gutted Long Valley Home Deemed Accidental
A fire that gutted a two-story Colonial home on Nestlingwood Drive in Long Valley Tuesday night has been deemed accidental, according to Washington Township Police.
The Newark Star-Ledger
In one day, neighbors raise $16,000 for family who lost home in Long Valley fire
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP - In just one day, neighbors have raised more than $16,000 for a family displaced by a fire.