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Knights of Columbus Free Throw Competition This Saturday

February 5, 2016

SPARTA, NJ - The Knights of Columbus invite local children to participate in their annual free throw contest. On Saturday, Feb. 6 the event will take place in the Lewis Gymnasium at Reverend Brown ...

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Business & Finance

Sparta Township Council Declines to Act on ShopRite Project

February 2, 2016

SPARTA, NJ – In the regular session the council members tabled the resolution to approve the Developer’s Agreement for the North Village at Sparta and Prosper Place with CC ...

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Health & Wellness

Studio Vitality to Offer Community Classes to Raise Money for the Veteran's Yoga Project

January 24, 2016

SPARTA, NJ – The first class of teacher trainees is about to finish their studies at Studio Vitality, Yoga and Pilates.  The 10 students will have dedicated 200 hours to earn their ...

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Government

Sparta Township Council Declines to Act on ShopRite Project

February 2, 2016

SPARTA, NJ – In the regular session the council members tabled the resolution to approve the Developer’s Agreement for the North Village at Sparta and Prosper Place with CC ...

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Letters to the Editor

Death of a Russian Spy in the United Kingdom

January 31, 2016

To the Editor:  For any that doubt that Russian espionage or any nations espionage is civil in anyway; you are in for a wake-up call!  Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko had defected to ...

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Health News You Can Use

Research Suggests Melanoma During Pregnancy Intensified by Hormones

A study published in the January 20th issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology conducted by researchers at the Cleveland Clinic's Dermatology & Plastic Surgery Institute ...

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Soul Food

Cheer up – times change

      With slumped shoulders, Gardiner Hubbard trudged out of the Western Union Telegraph offices. The company’s president William Orton had just torn Gardiner’s big ...

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