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SPARTA, NJ – The Sparta police are asking the community for help in locating a person of interest in several car burglaries.
Police have released two photos; one of the man they are seeking to identify and the other of a vehicle police believe may be connected to the suspect. They believe the suspect may have driven the car when the burglaries took place.
According to ...
SPARTA, NJ -Mohawk Avenue School was electric with excitement as 89 students demonstrated their interest in science. Some worked in pairs while others designed, created, conducted and reported experiments on their own.
This year the organizers including Mohawk Avenue School PTO President Victoria Young and chairperson Tracy Layman made a few changes to the fair. They had ...
SPARTA, NJ – The Sparta High School girls basketball grabbed another win when they hosted Montville on Tuesday 44-36.
Emily Dilger led the team with 12 points including four 2-pointers and four free throws. She also pulled down 13 rebounds and three steals.
Brianna Falco added nine points with three from 3-point range. Falco helped defensively with six ...
SPARTA, NJ – A man from Bronx, NY was taken into custody for trying to fill a fraudulent prescription at Sparta CVS on January 16 around 12:51 p.m.
Sparta Police were called. When Detective Brian Hassloch got to the Theater Center he saw a person meeting the description given by the CVS, driving away in a black mini-van. Hassloch and Detective Jeff McCarrick stopped the ...
SHIP BOTTOM, NJ - The owner and developer of two distinctive properties in Stafford and LBI plans to erect a 105 room Victorian style hotel at the former site of the Quarter Deck Inn at the entrance to Long Beach Island in Ship Bottom. The plans were approved a few years ago for the large hotel but the owner decided to moderately renovate the Quarterdeck building and develop it into the ...
SPARTA, NJ – The eighth grade students at Sparta Middle School sat in silent attention as visiting author Dinah Williams shared stories from her book Terrible but True Awful Events in American History. Throughout the day, the history classes met in the school’s media center to get a different kind of history lesson.
Some of the stories Williams told gave more detail and ...
SPARTA, NJ – A Sparta man was charged with driving while intoxicated after he crashed into a light pole. On January 9 around 11 p.m. Sparta police Cpl. Kurt Morris responded to the report of a naccident on West Shore Trail near White Deer Plaza according to police.
Morris found a 2014 Honda had struck a light pole and knocked it down. The car reportedly sustained a lot of ...
ROBBINSVILLE, NJ – The somewhat never ending saga of the New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association’s student-athlete transfer rule might have seen the light at the end of the tunnel.
Members of the NJSIAA Executive Committee voted in an overwhelming majority (Yes – 27, No – 7, Abstain – 0) to accept a new transfer policy that would mandate a 30-day sit-out ...
TAPinto.net launched a free TAPinto App today for iPhone and Android, enabling readers to obtain their local news and events in a fast, easy-to-use application. With this launch, TAPinto becomes one of the only local news publications in the country to have its own App.
The TAPinto App not only features news and events, but also enables readers to receive push notifications regarding ...
SPARTA, NJ – A Sparta man faces numerous charges including driving while intoxicated after speeding past a police car on Woodport Road. Jake Forshey drove past police officer Tom Snyder on January 8 around 2:50 a.m, according to police.
In his 2008 Charger, Forshey was going well above the 45 mph limit and did not stay in his lane, as Snyder pursued him. Additionally, ...