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6 min ago | New Jersey Herald
A northern New Jersey teenager has pleaded not guilty to criminal charges stemming from a car crash that killed two high school classmates this summer. The teen did not speak Wednesday during his initial appearance in state Superior Court in Morris County.
6 min ago | The Jersey Journal
A Naloxone training seminar is held in Camden, in February. A similar training program, modeled after a South Jersey program credited with saving the lives of many people experiencing overdoses, began in Morris County Wednesday.
3 hrs ago | TheAlternativePress.com
RANDOLPH, NJ County College of Morris will host the Morris County Regional College Fair from noon to 3 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 21. Representatives from more than 200 colleges and universities from across New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New England, Virginia and other states will participate.
7 hrs ago | NorthJersey.com
Parsippany Police responded to a North Beverwyck Road home the night of Sept. 9 for a reported burglary.
On Thursday, Sept. 4, Mine Hill Mayor Sam Morris and the Township Council gave tribute to Julianne Jandik for being named president of the American Legion Auxiliary, Department of New Jersey.
There will be live music by AisleFive, a performance by Zumba Addicted with Amy, a bouncy house, horse and carriage rides, a petting zoo, train rides, and tons of other activities. The event is hosted by the RBBOA (Rockaway Borough Business Owners Association, a 60-plus member organization that supports and promotes local businesses within the borough.
Rockaway Borough Police arrested Christopher R. Wright, 25, of Boonton for possession of cocaine on Aug. 17 at about 1:04 a.m. after a motor vehicle stop on Union Street. Wright was a passenger in the stopped vehicle.
In an effort to help bring Trenton a little bit closer to the Mount Olive area, the Mount Olive Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its annual Legislative Leadership Summit on Tuesday evening Sept. 23. The dinner event, which is open all business people in the Mount Olive region, takes place from 6-9 p.m. at the Holiday Inn of Budd Lake .
At approximately 11:40 p.m. on Sept. 10, the resident was confronted by an individual who entered his home and was standing in his living room.
CHATHAM BOROUGH - Police said they are searching for a man who broke into a Chatham Borough home early Tuesday morning, but fled after being discovered by the homeowner. Around 5:15 a.m., officers were dispatched to a house on Fairmount Avenue near Watchung Avenue, where the homeowner reported he had discovered the intruder after hearing unusual noises, police said in a news release issued Tuesday.
MORRISTOWN - In often graphic testimony Monday, three men offered detailed accounts alleging they were sexually abused by a former Morris County Boy Scout leader when they were teenagers during the 1990s. The three former Scouts testified during a pretrial hearing in Superior Court in Morristown in which the prosecution is seeking permission to allow testimony that would show the circumstances and other activities related to the alleged sexual assaults committed by Stephen Corcoran, now 46, of Morris Plains, a former longtime leader of Parsippany-based Troop 173.
On Sunday, Sept. 7, Morris County conducted a remembrance service and candlelight vigil at the county's September 11th Memorial to commemorate the 13th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, Sept.
ROXBURY - The long-vacant site that once housed the Hercules munitions plant on Route 46 may become home to warehouses, a residential transit village and other buildings, the Daily Record reports. Owner Ashland's plans for the site are only in the earliest conceptual stages, with no specific timetable, the report said.
Seven months after losing his legs in an IED explosion while fighting in Afghanistan, United States Marine Sgt. Aaron Alonso was honored by the Morris County Board of Freeholders for his courage and service.
Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp, announces the arrest of 16 individuals operating a multi-state cocaine distribution network encompassing Morris, Passaic, Bergen, Hudson and Union counties in New Jersey and New York City. This case was initiated in April of this year based on intelligence gathered by an astute Morristown Bureau of Police patrolman.
Election officials are seeking county residents to help work the polls during this year's General Election to be held November 4. Poll workers receive $200 for the day and are required to be registered voters and have the ability read, write, and speak English. Those who sign on to be a poll worker are required to complete a two-hour mandatory training class, which will be held in October.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 02:37 pm
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