Thursday Nov 28
AIM Jefferson: Police Blotter, Nov. 29, 2013
Jefferson Police Captain Eric Wilsusen said that it was a 1990 Suzuki that rolled over when confirming a report that a vehicle rolled over on Berkshire Valley Road, got upright, and kept going on Nov. 17. Wilsusen said that, allegedly, the driver - Omar Ruiz, age 36, of Mine Hill - was able to push the vehicle back over and fled the scene at 4:20 ... (more)
Police investigating home near Canfield Avenue elementary school
MINE HILL - Police have been in and out of a home near Canfield Avenue Elementary School for an investigation they said will involve the county prosecutor's office.
Take a virtual tour of Morris recycling plant
Ever wonder what happens to your recyclables after you put them to the curb? ReCommunity Recycling is unraveling the mystery in a new video offering a virtual tour of its Mine Hill facility.
The Jersey Journal
Morris County students recognized at Berkeley College
Dario A. Cortes, PhD, President of Berkeley College, is proud to announce that students from Morris County, NJ, have been named to the President's and Dean's Lists at Berkeley College for the Summer 2013 Quarter.
Attorney drops effort to have texter included in Mine Hill suit
The lawyer for a couple who suffered amputated limbs when their motorcycle was struck in Mine Hill by a texting driver has withdrawn his appeal to the state Supreme Court on whether a text sender can be held civilly liable for a text reader's crash.
Trying to be ready for any school threat
The Belleville Board of Education believes there is safety in numbers a more than 2 million a dollars, that is.
Rocakway Borough: Police Blotter, Nov. 20
Rockaway Borough Police charged a 16-year-old male of Parsippany with criminal mischief on Nov. 2. The arrest came after officers, who were responding to an unrelated first aid call at Giggles on Route 46, discovered a broken glass entrance door.
Morris town news: Mount Tabor holiday fair and cookie walk starts...
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; movie starts at 7 p.m. This film is rated PG-13. Anyone under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Ferremonte Historical Society continues tea tradition
The afternoon tea fundraising event for the Ferremonte Historical Society of Mine Hill has become a mainstay on the group's calendar, except for last year when it was cancelled due to Super Storm Sandy.