NEWTON, NJ - Continuing with their annual holiday traditon, the Newton Parking Authority would like to wish everyone a joyous holiday season by offering free parking from Thursday, November 23, through January 1, 2018. The Adams Street lot #1, Main Street lot #2, Western Plaza lot #3 and Central Plaza lot #4 will have free parking during that period.
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By JENNIFER DERICKSDecember 10, 2017
STOCKHOLM, NJ – Newton Lenape Valley High School ice hockey took down High Point high school on Saturday beating them 8-3 at Skylands Ice World.
While High Point was able to get on the board first Newton answered back with back to back goals from Greg Wanamaker, assisted by Liam Cherry and Tyler Sevean getting the assist from Ryan Vandenberg and Sean Lyman. High Point would ...
By ALEX ORR, JR.December 10, 2017
DEL MAR, Calif. — The number of equine fatalities continues to grow from original estimates of 25, and the needs of human survivors for the simple everyday things of life grow even larger as a result of the fires that devastated San Diego County. California's horse industry.
Three major funds have been established to assist the surviving horses, their owners and the backstretch ...
By TAPINTO SPARTA STAFFDecember 10, 2017
SPARTA, NJ – A Vernon man was arrested on drug charges after getting stopped for speeding on West Mountain Road. On November 17 around 4 p.m., Sparta Police Officer Timothy Lynott pulled over a grey Ford driven by Michael Gubich for driving 60 in a 30 MPH zone, police say.
When Lynott spoke with Gubich the officer smelled marijuana. Det. Sgt. Hannam and Det. Hassloch arrived ...
By TAPINTO HORSES STAFFDecember 10, 2017
TRENTON, N.J. — A 15-year-old Cumberland County mare the became ill on Sept. 30, is the third reported case in 2017 of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), a serious, mosquito-borne illness in horses, according to a statement by the New Jersey Department of Agriculture.
Also, a 10-year-old Salem County stallion, which became ill on Sept. 29, is the second case of West Nile Virus (WNV) in ...
By JENNIFER DERICKSDecember 8, 2017
SPARTA, NJ – A large crowd filled the Sparta High School media center on Wednesday to hear a panel discussion about school consolidation. More than 150 people attended the event sponsored by New Jersey School Boards’ Association, according to Ray Pinney, Director of Member Engagement.
The through discussion of topic hit both sides of the issue. “Some say it is a ...
By TIM LECRASDecember 7, 2017
ROBBINSVILLE, NJ – A major overhaul to the state’s high school football playoffs and seeding system was approved by the NJSIAA’s member schools at their annual business meeting on Monday.
Public school football programs throughout the state will play to a two-champion per group tournament, which amounts to one game more than what is currently played.
By TAPINTO SPARTA STAFFDecember 7, 2017
SPARTA, NJ – A Long Valley resident was found to have hundreds of empty wax packets used to hold heroin when he was stopped for having an expired inspection sticker. Sparta Police Officer Thomas Snyder stopped a gray Honda Accord on December 4 around 9:50 a.m. on Route 15, police report.
When Snyder went to speak with Daniel Gaeta, 30, the driver told the officer he was being ...