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The intersection of Route 22 and Roseberry Street can be tricky for anyone trying to cross several lanes of traffic on foot, so the state is targeting the busy intersection for improvements.
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United Way of Northern New Jersey is pleased to announce the appointment of five new members to its Local Operating Board in Warren County.
A Court of Honor was held in Belvidere to celebrate James Walburn's achievement of the rank of Eagle Scout on March 8. Warren County Sheriff David Gallant was in attendance to congratulate James at his Court of Honor.
The case against an Allamuchy Township man accused of killing a woman and injuring five others while driving drunk is on track toward trial.
Edward Bullock's health issues and age have not gone unnoticed by anyone involved in the 85-year-old's sexual abuse case.
A 33-year-old Franklin Township man has died of injuries suffered in a single-car accident Wednesday in the township, authorities said.
Centenary College Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Stephen Davis is yet again enriching the minds of students in grades five through 12 through his passion for "The Bard."
A Monroe County woman who drove the wrong way on Interstate 80 in Warren County and slammed into another car, killing one person in that vehicle and injuring three others, had a blood-alcohol level of 0.18, court records say.
Volunteer advocates work in conjunction with police, county prosecutor's offices, and private organizations to provide support, information, referrals, and a safety plan to victims of domestic violence.
With gusts of wind at 50 miles per hour, Warren County residents are advised by the National Weather Service that strong winds will likely create scattered power outages as tree limbs and power lines are knocked down in the area.
In the Mansfield Township School District, voters approved the ballot question 315-118, or 72.75 percent to 27.25 percent.
A Hackettstown teen was arrested and charged with marijuana possession after the car she was in was stopped for not using a turn signal, police said.
Family Promise of Morris County will host its annual dinner, An Evening of Promise: Recognizing Volunteers & Community Service, on Thursday, March 20, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at Meadow Wood Manor in Randolph.
Former Warren County sheriff Edward Bullock surrendered this morning on child sex charges and his bail was set at $100,000 during a brief appearance in New Jersey Superior Court in Belvidere.