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  1. Garbage truck overturns in BlairstownRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald

    A garbage truck overturned on Mount Vernon Road Friday after its driver swerved to avoid a deer, Blairstown police said.

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  2. Flanders businessman accused of stealing insurance fundsRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald

    A father who lost his son to a heroin overdose in 1998 gave local children tips on how to stay away from drugs and alcohol and what do when in situations where they are present.

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  3. Jefferson man impaled on fence post, dies from injuriesRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald

    A 30-year-old Jefferson man died when he fell from a tree and was impaled by a metal fence post, police said.

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  4. MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Jersey Herald

    After a local Marine who served in Afghanistan committed suicide two years ago, some combat veterans in Sussex County wanted to offer each other support.

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  5. Driver charged with drug possessionRead the original story

    Thursday | New Jersey Herald

    Dillon Wheetley, 20, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to stop at a stop sign, possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle, driving while under the influence, driving while under the influence in a school zone and driving under the influence of a narcotic.

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  6. Newton Roller Hockey welcomes ages 5 to 17Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Jersey Herald

    No blades, no ice, no contact, but it's still hockey. Registration for the fall season of Newton Roller Hockey, which accepts boys and girls ages 5 to 17 and is open to Sussex, Morris, Warren and Pike County residents, ends today.

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  7. Vernon MUA approves deferral of VFW's sewer system hookupRead the original story

    Thursday | New Jersey Herald

    The local Veterans of Foreign Wars chapter will have until next summer to pay for a costly sewer hookup that members said could force the sale of their building.

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  8. 3 arrested in drug investigationRead the original story

    Thursday | New Jersey Herald

    A trio of Sussex County men were arrested as a result of an ongoing drug investigation between the Newton Police and the Sussex County Guns, Gangs & Narcotics Task Force, police said.

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  9. SCCC investigation results due MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Jersey Herald

    A special meeting has been called by the Sussex County Community College Board of Trustees to accept and discuss a law firm's report on issues surrounding the project to repair and bring central air conditioning to Building D on campus.

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  10. Bus driver pleads not guilty to leaving 2 boys unattendedRead the original story

    Wednesday | New Jersey Herald

    A firm hired by Public Service Electric and Gas has begun work on property owned by Stillwater Township Committeewoman Lisa Chammings to restore her prize-winning hayfield.

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  11. Meeting to address high electric billsRead the original story

    Wednesday | New Jersey Herald

    The Stillwater Township Taxpayers Association will host a meeting featuring a talk on high electric bills tonight at Stillwater Town Hall.

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  12. Final vote expected on Lake Neepaulin tonightRead the original story

    Wednesday | New Jersey Herald

    A firm hired by Public Service Electric and Gas has begun work on property owned by Stillwater Township Committeewoman Lisa Chammings to restore her prize-winning hayfield.

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  13. West Nile find prompts spraying in HopatcongRead the original story

    Wednesday | New Jersey Herald

    A firm hired by Public Service Electric and Gas has begun work on property owned by Stillwater Township Committeewoman Lisa Chammings to restore her prize-winning hayfield.

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  14. Ex-board member returns, re-appointed to position she resigned from in JuneRead the original story

    Wednesday | New Jersey Herald

    A familiar face was among the two High Point Regional Board of Education members who were sworn in at this week's meeting.

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  15. 2 armed school resource officers appointed at High Point RegionalRead the original story

    Wednesday | New Jersey Herald

    High Point Regional High School named the two men who will be acting as armed school resource officers during the 2014-2015 school year.

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  16. Emergency workers save Hopatcong babyRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 20 | New Jersey Herald

    Three borough police officers saved a 5-day-old boy who stopped breathing in his home on West River Styx Road, police said.

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  17. No buyer for Olde Lafayette Village at foreclosure saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 20 | New Jersey Herald

    Olde Lafayette Village failed to find a buyer at Wednesday's foreclosure sale held at the Sussex County Sheriff's Office in Newton.

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  18. Woman pleads guilty to pill possessionRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 19 | New Jersey Herald

    Kayla Talmadge, 21, pleaded guilty in state Superior Court in Newton before Judge Stuart A. Minkowitz on Monday, Aug. 18 to third-degree possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

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  19. New firehouse would address tree concernsRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 19 | New Jersey Herald

    A previously scheduled vote to establish a utility sale committee was postponed Tuesday after three of the six council members failed to show up for the meeting.

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  20. Ring, ring: London statues want to talk to youRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 19 | New Jersey Herald

    Statues of some three dozen historical and fictional characters in London and Manchester are coming to life thanks to a new interactive project that gives them a voice to tell their stories.

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