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By JENNIFER DERICKSOctober 23, 2016
SPARTA, NJ – The main gym at Sparta High School was energized as student filled the stands for Rally of the Classes on Friday night and to see the Homecoming Queen and King crowned. Kada Cernek and Rex Anderson received the crown and sash at center court, chosen queen and king.
The freshmen, sophomore and junior classes had each selected a representative to the Homecoming ...
Kimberly A. Bragg Sparta BOE Candidate Statement
My name is Kim Bragg and I am running for election to the Sparta Board of Education (#5 on ballot). I was appointed to the Sparta BOE on June 29, 2016. Since then, I have learned a tremendous amount about the inner-workings of our district and would like to have the privilege of continuing the work I have started. I have ...
SPARTA, NJ – Sparta High School football team grabbed another win, beating West Morris on Cassels Field on Saturday afternoon, 35-28.
Cold and rainy weather for the homecoming game did not stop the Spartans. Both teams started slow. Sparta put up six unanswered points in the first quarter and West Morris held the lead briefly in the second quarter when they went up ...
Fall had settled firmly on the land and with smoldering clouds scudding across a leaden sky, the day remained gloomy and dark. Bomble Manor, however, was warm and cozy, and a crackling fire kept the wind from rushing down the chimney. (The Omniverser)
Of the many questions surrounding Olivier Bomble’s presence in these pages, two require extra thorough ...
SPARTA, NJ - A man stopped for speeding on Route 15 at 8:15 a.m. was taken into custody on drug charges. Sparta Police Officer Tim Lynott saw a 2013 Honda speeding on Route 15 south. When he pulled the car over, he smelled “the strong odor of raw marijuana emanating from the” car according to police.
The driver Taeik Kim, 25, of Fort Lee allowed the car to be ...
SAYREVILLE, NJ – The Marching Spartans brought home another round of first place trophies from their second competition, playing through a rainy day at Sayreville War Memorial High School. Building on the successes in the Jefferson High School competition, the Sparta High School marching band won first in their division for Best Musical, Best Visuals, Best ...
NEWTON, NJ— The Coalition for Healthy and Safe Communities in Newton, the Sussex County Law Enforcement and the Drug Enforcement Administration is promoting a nationwide effort on Saturday October 22 as a day to be part of the solution to reduce the misuse of prescription drugs and reduce the opiate abuse epidemic.
A sponsored event know as Rx Disposal Day, which is a bi-annual event ...
MOUNT OLIVE, N.J. - A 21-year-old woman's recent decision to report that she was sexually assaulted for seven years while she was a juvenile, led police to charge two Budd Lake men with aggravated sexual assaulted, it was announced Friday.
The men, Ruben Ardila-Gomez, 33, of Budd Lake and Argemiro Ardila-Gonzales, 65, were also charged with endangering ...
SPARTA, NJ – Police were called to check on a man who was passed out on Route 15 in the lane of traffic near the Sparta Car Wash. On Oct 15 Sgt. Keith Hannam went to the area and found a “2004 Honda stopped on the painted median that divided the north and southbound lanes,” according to police.
Hannam saw that the driver was asleep behind the wheel. He woke ...
SPARTA, NJ – The Sparta High School girls volleyball team has had a good run winning their last three games. They beat Morris Knolls on Wednesday 2-0, Vernon 2-1 eight service points as well with two assists and three aces.
on Tuesday and shut out Morris Hills on Friday, Oct 14.
Game stats for the Morris Knolls game had Annie Monroe with 12 service points and an assist.