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Skylands Ice World

www.skylandsiceworldnj.com

Skylands Ice World offers Ice Hockey including Skylands Kings, Figure Skating including Skylands Skating Academy, Synchronized Skating Learn to Skate programs  Open Skates  ...

Sussex County YMCA

www.sussexcountyymca.org

The Y is located in Hardyston, New Jersey.  The Sussex County YMCA has something for everyone in our community, from infants to seniors. Our facility features an indoor pool with aquatic ...

Allstate Gargin Agency

Compass Rose Consulting

www.compassroseconsulting.com

On Point Pest Control

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Vertical Vision

www.MyVerticalVision.com

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Newton Man Charged With Multiple Offenses Twice in Five Days

September 25, 2017

NEWTON, NJ—After being charged with possession of a hypodermic syringe and possession of drug paraphernalia on Thursday, September 7 by Newton Police Department, John Nystrand was involved in another investigation, police report.

On Monday, September 11 at 11:31 a.m. Newton Police officers went to a Halsted Street home to investigate into a theft involving a stolen purse containing cash ...

Obituaries

- Jun 2, 2017
Jillian Mari Baluyot, 17, of Nutley, passed away on June 2, 2017. Born in Secaucus, she lived in ...
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- Feb 21, 2017
Marisa Rincon (30) passed away in Randolph on February 21,2017. She was born is West Chester, PA ...
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Response to Sussex County Democrats Letter About Space

September 26, 2017

Dear Editor,

Instead of putting out letters to the editor that make statements that she can't back up and that are in conflict with her fellow Democrats, Sussex County Democrat Chair Leslie Huhn should try reaching out to the members of her own party and get to the truth.

While I am in no way in agreement with the term used, most of us recognize that the informal speech all of us use ...

Sodium/salt intake associated with increased risk of diabetes – (Yes, salt…)

Research results presented last week at the annual conference of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes showed an association between salt intake and the risk of developing type II diabetes. Study participants that consumed the highest salt intake, about 1.25 teaspoons (2800 mg of sodium) a day, were 72% more likely to develop diabetes than those with the lowest intake. In general, a ...

9 Easy Habits for an Always-Clean Home

Team Nest Builder knows it's tough to keep your New Jersey home perpetually company-ready clean---who has the time? YOU do! Just follow these 9 quick-and-easy habits for an always-clean home!

The September 13, 2017 Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders meeting

NEWTON, NJ - The September 13, 2017 Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders meeting.

 

Family Health

Women Sought for Ovarian Cancer Screening Study

Researchers at Atlantic Health System are looking for women who want to help prevent deaths from ovarian cancer. Early detection is the goal.

The Atlantic Center for Research needs healthy, post-menopausal women, ages 50-74, for an ongoing study aimed at increasing the effectiveness of ovarian-cancer screening. 

Modern medicine's most promising method of detecting early stages of ...

NJ citizens urged to donate blood in response to national blood supply

September 26, 2017

MONTVALE, NJ – The need for blood doesn’t stop for hurricanes. In fact, it becomes far more intense.

Given the catastrophic tropical storm season of 2017 – with Hurricane Harvey in Texas, Hurricane Irma in Florida, and Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico – Community Blood Services’ parent organization, Blood Systems, is providing support on multiple ...

1.7 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Our Area

September 25, 2017

MORRIS PLAINS, NJ - At approximately 6:35pm, the United States Geological Survey reports that there was a 1.7 magnitude earthquake about 1.24 miles SSW of Morristown, New Jersey. Earthquakes that small typically aren't felt, but the shallowness (just five feet below the surface) made it perceptible to residents.  People had reported hearing a loud boom, and some people say they felt ...