Area residents are invited to privately discuss issues related to divorce, bankruptcy or other topics with an attorney on Thursdays, April 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th, at Project Self-Sufficiency. Individual consultations will be offered at 45-minute intervals between the hours of 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. The sessions are free and open to Sussex County residents who meet income eligibility requirements; consultations are by appointment only. To make an appointment, call Project Self-Sufficiency at 973-940-3500.
Free Legal Advice is Available at Project Self-Sufficiency
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By ALEX YOUNGJuly 21, 2017
Bipartisan legislation sponsored by Senator Steven Oroho (R-Sussex, Warren, Morris) to increase penalties for deaths caused by drivers who are intoxicated or under the influence of drugs was signed into law by Governor Chris Christie.
“Ralph and David’s Law” is named in honor of David Heim and Ralph Politi, Jr., innocent victims who lost their lives to drunk ...
By MARGARET MCHUGHJuly 20, 2017
HARDYSTON, NJ - Lakeland Bank, a longtime supporter of Sussex County YMCA, has pledged $100,000 toward the YMCA’s 9,000-square-foot addition scheduled for completion in January.
Lakeland Bank’s donation is a major gift in the $3.8 million project that features construction of a full-size high school gymnasium, additional wellness space, renovated program space and a ...
By LISA PACHNOSJuly 18, 2017
Those who are interested in upgrading their computer skills or brushing up on job searching techniques are invited to try out one of the free courses offered at Project Self-Sufficiency. During August, classes about QuickBooks accounting software and Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook courses will be held, as well as sessions about computer skills and internet safety for senior ...
By JEFF SPATOLAJuly 16, 2017
Senator Steven Oroho and Assemblyman Parker Space (both R-Sussex, Warren, Morris) welcomed the release of information by the New Jersey Department of Education on a new application process to help restore funding to school districts that lost state aid in the recently enacted state budget.
"In response to school aid cuts that the Democrats forced through the Legislature, we worked with ...
By TAMMIE HORSFIELDJuly 15, 2017
NEWTON, NJ - Do you enjoy singing? Have you ever wanted to audition for American Idol? Now you have your chance to become a singing sensation and be a Sussex County Idol! Cash prizes will be awarded to the first, second and third place winners.
The Sussex County Chamber of Commerce is looking for talented singers, kindergarten through 12th grade only, to audition for the ...
By ATLANTIC HEALTHJuly 14, 2017
When treated in its earliest stages, the five-year survival rate for ovarian cancer is over 90 percent. Unfortunately, only 15 percent of cases are found at this early stage due to ovarian cancer's non-specific symptoms and lack of available early detection tests.
When discovered at a more advanced stage, the ovarian cancer survival rate can be as low as 18 percent.
The Women's ...
By MARYANNE FRANCISCOJuly 13, 2017
Sparta Historical Society continues our summer show tradition of working with individuals in the arts community to present the works of Sparta & Sussex County artists. This exhibit, opened from 1-4PM with 2PM talk, focuses on the hidden magic pf the Van Kirk Homestead Museum revealed through special photographic images taken by the Sparta Camera Club as they roamed the galleries and grounds ...