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Warren County News

June 27, 2022

PHILLIPSBURG, NJ – Councilman Keith Kennedy took to the back roads of Warren County to ride 65 miles on his birthday trip today, June 25, 2022. The Phillipsburg Councilman completed a 65-mile bike ride as a personal goal. The goal, to ride 65 miles for his 65th birthday.     When ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - TAPinto Phillipsburg is proud to present another giveaway for our e-mail subscribers. We have a four pack of tickets to see the Polar Express  before they go on sale to the public. How can you win?   Opt-in to our newsletter - daily or the weekender, subscribe to stay up to ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ — State and federal officials met with residents throughout the Highlands Region in Phillipsburg, NJ Tuesday as part of an effort to promote underserved neighborhoods in New Jersey from Environmental Harm. Shawn M. LaTourette, New Jersey's commissioner of the Department of ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ – Lopatcong Township Police responded to Rite Aid Pharmacy for a shoplifting suspect in progress on Sunday, May 1, 2020.   Upon arrival by the police, the suspect was seen leaving the store and walking to her car after concealing $173 worth of merchandise, according to a release ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ – Relay for Life, Warren County held its annual event Saturday, April 30 at Walter’s Park in Phillipsburg, NJ. Celebrating 25 years of relaying, groups and individuals throughout Warren County gathered to relay and join together to raise funds, create awareness, and team up to make ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ – In honor of 170 years of railroad history, Phillipsburg organizers will host the first-ever Phillipsburg Railroad Fest to commemorate the date.  “Come and discover the Phillipsburg, NJ Railroad and celebrate 170 years of railroad history” stated Aaron Coleman, the event ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ – The Phillipsburg High School Drama Club proudly presents Guys and Dolls. This is the Drama Club’s first in person show since 2019. If you follow local High School productions, the Phillipsburg Drama Club has been active since March 1 on Social media with videos, featured ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ – Phillipsburg was one of the first in New Jersey to put an action plan in place to maximize the grant funding from the State of New Jersey’s Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP).  The Neighborhood Preservation Program Grant awarded to Phillipsburg was one of several grants ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ – Town Council agenda lists an Anti-Nepotism policy at their Tuesday, March 22, 2022 meeting. Listed on the agenda for first reading as Ordinance 2022-11 states they are ‘…Amending and Supplementing Chapter 100 Entitled “Personnel Policy and Practices” of the Phillipsburg Town ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - The town of Phillipsburg took the opportunity on a rainy St. Patrick's day to raise the Irish flag in Shappell Park. A tradition for over 30 years, the town raises the flag for St. Patrick's Day. As documented in Warren County's history, Warren County’s earliest settlements ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - In the agenda released, the Phillipsburg Board of Education has a resolution on the agenda to appoint a new athletic director, Kyle Fleming. After a 48-year commitment to the school district, Tom "Fish" Fisher will be retiring April 1, 2022 after servicing as the athletic ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - The Exchange Club of Warren County has announced the return of the annual Egg Hunt to Maloney Stadium in Phillipsburg, NJ.  For over 50 years, the Exchange Club has held an Egg Hunt at Maloney Stadium in Phillipsburg. The last couple of years they were unable to continue this ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - A traffic stop on Route 22 East near South Fifth Street in Lopatcong Township led to approximately 32 grams of crystal methamphetamine, a digital scale, 33 small clear plastic bags and various other pieces of drug paraphernalia, and $519 in cash, according to a Press Release ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ – McWane-Ductile Wednesday evening, March 9, 2022 held a Public Information Session regarding their Stormwater and Groundwater Permit Application, Title V Operating Permit Renewal Application, and a Title V Permit Modification Application at the Phillipsburg Free Public ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - Phillipsburg Town Council rejected holding the line on the Phillipsburg Free Public Library's budget during a virtual work session held Tuesday night.  Councilman Peter Marino's motion to cut a Phillipsburg Free Public Library budget increase in Mayor Todd Tersigni's 2022 ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ – Resident Julie Crouse organized a candlelight prayer vigil Monday evening, March 7, 2022 for Ukraine.   The vigil took place at Walter’s Park pavilion. Julie had the idea after seeing so many people heartbroken, she felt while she couldn’t do much, she could at least pray. Ms.

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - The town of Phillipsburg has announced on social media that Julie Crouse has organized a prayer vigil for Monday night, March 7, 2022, at Walter's Park for the people of Ukraine. The public is invited to attend. For more information, contact the Town of Phillipsburg at ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - The town of Phillipsburg is celebrating 34 years of the annual Phillipsburg Ole Towne Festival in Phillipsburg, New Jersey! This year’s festival takes place Friday, June 17th and Saturday, June 18th. Both days will be jam-packed with festival favorites and entertainment for ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - An appointment to the Phillipsburg Housing Authority spurred sharp public comments during Phillipsburg Town Council's virtual meeting Tuesday night. The remarks surrounded Derick Lewis' selection to the Authority by a 3-1 vote, with Councilman Randy Piazza, Jr. dissenting and ...

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PHILLIPSBURG, NJ — Face masks will now be optional inside the Phillipsburg District school buildings effective March 7, 2022. Governor Phil Murphy previously announced that he would lift the statewide mask mandate, effective March 7, while leaving it up to individual school districts to either lift ...

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