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  1. Woman arrested for DWI following car accidentRead the original story

    Yesterday | New Jersey Herald

    Kayli Galvin, 21, was charge with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, driving on roadway during a state of emergency and failure to maintain lane. At 12:15 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 27, a Hopatcong police officer heard that Stanhope police were looking for a vehicle that had run a Stanhope Department of Public Works truck off the road and that a Stanhope police officer was with a vehicle that had crashed into a utility pole on Sparta-Stanhope Road in Hopatcong.

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  2. Murphy defense to decide between bench, jury trialRead the original story

    Yesterday | New Jersey Herald

    All that is left to do in preparation for a trial of a Stanhope man accused of killing a Green Township woman in 2012 is or the defense to decide what kind of trial it wants to have - a bench or jury trial - and for a date to be set. "I spoke with counsel, they're not sure whether it will be a bench or a jury trial, but the case is ready to go to trial," Mueller added.

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  3. Kiwanis clubs believe in communityRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | New Jersey Herald

    When volunteer firefighter Dan Vander Berg was looking for another way to serve his community four years ago, he looked to his father's involvement in the Kiwanis Club to show him the way. "I just wanted to help out," Vander Berg recalled.

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  4. Municipal vehicle will help Stanhope slash mileage costRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | New Jersey Herald

    The mayor and Borough Council slashed mileage expenses Tuesday evening during the group's preliminary reading of the 2015 municipal budget. According to Borough Mayor Rosemarie Maio, the changes come in the wake of the borough's purchase of a new municipal vehicle in December.

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  5. MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | New Jersey Herald

    Another round of freezing rain early today is expected once again to create hazardous conditions similar to those blamed for causing dozens of fender-bender accidents throughout Sussex County on Sunday. The conditions also caused the overturning of a vehicle on Interstate 84 near Milford, Pa., that led to the death of a 34-year-old man and seriously injured a 12-year-old boy.

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  6. Vernon Police say burglary suspect ran out of gas while breaking into carsRead the original story

    Friday Jan 16 | New Jersey Herald

    VERNON _ A man accused of burglarizing several vehicles in the Vernon Valley Lake area ran out of gas while parked in a local driveway, police said. According to township police, numerous residents in the Vernon Valley Lake area of town reported Jan. 13 that their cars had been entered and items were removed.

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  7. Whilesmith elected president of county leagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | New Jersey Herald

    The selection came Wednesday at the league's first meeting of the new year, held at Sheridan's Restaurant & Tavern in Andover Township. Also elected Wednesday were Fredon Mayor Carl Lazzaro, who was chosen as vice president, and Sussex County Freeholder George Graham, of Stanhope, who was re-elected secretary/treasurer of the league.

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  8. Stanhope Council members sworn inRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 8 | New Jersey Herald

    Newly elected council member Thomas Romano and re-elected incumbent Michael Depew were sworn in by County Clerk Jeff Parrot at Tuesday's Stanhope Borough Council reorganization meeting, Borough Administrator Brian McNeilly said Wednesday. Additionally, Doreen Thistleton was selected to lead the 2015 council as president, and standard reappointments were approved by the council, McNeilly said.

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  9. A trial date for Murphy to be set next monthRead the original story

    Dec 17, 2014 | New Jersey Herald

    A possible September 2015 trial date for the Stanhope man accused of murdering a Green Township woman in 2012 was discussed in court on Monday with a date to be set in January. "In terms of a trial date going forward, as we know things change over time and it might be possible that time is available sooner," said Judge Thomas J. Critchley on Wednesday.

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  10. Newton man hit by car diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2014 | New Jersey Herald

    Photo by Amy Paterson/New Jersey Herald - Paramedics from Newton First Aid Squad assist a pedestrian who was struck on Route 206 in Newton Monday. Photo by Amy Paterson/New Jersey Herald - Newton Police work at the scene of the accident on Route 206 in Newton.

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  11. Vernon man put on probation for two yearsRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2014 | New Jersey Herald

    A pedestrian was hit while trying to cross Water Street near the entrance to Hayek's Market on Monday afternoon. NEWTON - A pedestrian was hit while trying to cross Water Street near the entrance to Hayek's Market on Monday afternoon.

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  12. The Eagle has landedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2014 | New Jersey Herald

    Submitted photo - Newton Police Patrolman Thomas Tosti saw a bald eagle perched atop a utility pole while on lower Trinity Street Monday morning. Newton Police Patrolman Thomas Tosti saw a bald eagle perched atop a utility pole while on lower Trinity Street Monday morning.

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  13. Sussex sending audios from meetings to websiteRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2014 | New Jersey Herald

    In an effort to increase transparency, Sussex Borough is in the midst of an initiative to post audio recordings of municipal meetings on the borough's website. "It's been a goal of mine since I came" into office, said Mayor Jonathan Rose, who noted that not only does he want to post Borough Council audio recordings, but also Planning and Zoning Board recordings.

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  14. Emergency 911 calls go to new center todayRead the original story

    Dec 13, 2014 | New Jersey Herald

    The transfer of emergency 911 calls to the Sussex County Sheriff's Department's new communications center will begin today with some circuits, especially cell phone calls, still being tested throughout the day, said Sheriff Michael Strada on Monday. The boards passed tests on both Sunday and Monday and will continue to be tested as part of the changeover.

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  15. Christ Church program helps seniors in needRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2014 | New Jersey Herald

    Township resident Fran Rugulo faces challenges on many levels. Health problems have disabled her, leaving her with a limited income.

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  16. Scouts to shop tonight to buy gifts for families in needRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2014 | New Jersey Herald

    For more than 10 years, Boy Scout Troop 150 has run its annual Adopt-a-Family program to help make Christmas a little merrier for families in need. Last year, the 80 Boy Scouts of Troop 150 in Sparta raised more than $7,000 to purchase Christmas gifts for more than 120 people in 42 families and supported the local food bank with six full carts of food.

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  17. Newton Kia collecting coats for - Kids Need Coats'Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2014 | New Jersey Herald

    Newton Kia will again be running the "Kids Need Coats" program initiated last year. Money for many local county families is still very tight and many times children end up wearing coats that are too small for them or that don't provide the warmth they need.

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  18. Courtroom cleared for unattended bag, no threat foundRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2014 | New Jersey Herald

    At approximately 9:50 a.m., Sussex County sheriff's officers discovered a blue backpack left unattended in the back of Judge Thomas J. Critchley's courtroom on the third floor of the center. After several minutes of searching for the owner, officers cleared the courtroom until the owner was found and the contents of the backpack were identified.

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  19. Dueling holiday lights in StanhopeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2014 | New Jersey Herald

    When the sun goes down on the homes at 13 and 15 James Street in Stanhope, the Christmas lights come on. Hundreds of them.

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  20. First bear killed in Vernon in six-day huntRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | New Jersey Herald

    A Vernon resident kicked off the annual black bear hunt today by bringing in a 134-pound adult female bear to the Whittingham Wildlife Management Area. Marc Beardslee shot the bear around 7:20 a.m. in Vernon on the first day of the six-day hunt.

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