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6 hrs ago | NJ.com
A 26-year-old Phillipsburg woman has been jailed after she repeatedly threatened two children over the course of several weeks, court records say.
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10 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald
In town for just the day, the cast and crew made camp at Pub 517 in Green Township, filling the parking lot with trailers and shuttle vans while filming took place on the nearby farm on the border of Sussex and Warren counties.
13 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
The Phillipsburg Rotary Club invites the community to attend the seventh annual "Corks & Forks of the Valley," on Monday, April 28, from 6-9 p.m., at Flynn's on the Hill, 341 Pursel St., Phillipsburg.
18 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
ROXBURY - A Warren County man was sent to the hospital early Tuesday morning after his car crashed on the Landing Road ramp to Route 80 West, State Police said.
The Phillipsburg School Board tonight voted to ask the state Department of Education to approve an $8.5 million bond referendum and the closure of three schools.
As Edward Bullock celebrates his birthday today, authorities continue to wait for the former Warren County sheriff to turn himself in to answer to several sexual abuse charges.
Despite forfeiting three years from his pension consideration, a former Warren County sheriff has collected tens of thousands of dollars in retirement benefits since admitting more than two decades ago he tried to curry sexual favors from a teenage boy.
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.
Care Net Pregnancy Resources of Warren County is preparing for its annual Walk for Life fundraising event scheduled for Saturday, May 3. The Walk for Life will begin at the Gazebo on Main Street in Hackettstown and will travel along a predetermined route ending at Care Net at 326 Washington St. Local businesses are invited to become sponsors of the ... (more)
The Andover Regional Board of Education, signaling continued anger over a $394,305 assessment for its share of the $1.2 million cost of Newton High School's turf field, has voted unanimously to explore legal options for getting out of its send-receive agreement with the Newton School District.
Centenary College will host a Youth Art Month exhibition from March 21 to April 11, at the Taylor Memorial Library.
A 36-year-old Oxford Township fugitive accused of selling heroin has been arrested and jailed in Warren County, records say.
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