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Newton Moose Lodge, Fredon

Newton Moose Lodge Sunday Breakfasts

Food & Drink

Add to My Calendar 07/28/2018 8:00am America/New_York Newton Moose Lodge Sunday Breakfasts

We serve, eggs, sausage, Taylor ham, French toast, pancakes, and breakfast sandwiches,

Were a non-profit facility raising money within our community for our community as well as for Moose Heart and Moose Haven,

Our Moose Breakfast is only $7!!! Its the best deal in town and its for a great cause.

214 County Road 622 Fredon, NJ 07860

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Sparta Police: Traffic Stops Yields 100 Packets of Heroin, 2 Wanted Men

May 15, 2019

SPARTA, NJ – A traffic stop on Route 15 ended with two men in custody; both had warrants and one had drugs.  On May 13 around 11 p.m. Officer Thomas Herd stopped a black Jeep Patriot for a broken license plate light, police said.

Herd checked the identification of all three people in the car. They are all Sussex residents. The two passengers Christopher Delguadio, 31 and Christopher ...

The Best Deal on Meals We’ve Found Anywhere in New Jersey

May 25, 2019

A dollar won’t buy you a cup of coffee at most places in New Jersey, but this week it will buy nine meals for neighbors in need.

That’s because every dollar donated to the Community FoodBank of New Jersey’s triple match campaign will be tripled until midnight on May 31, 2019, up to $15,000 thanks to a donor. As of Friday, CFBNJ was just under halfway to that goal, ...

Sparta High School Alumna Awarded Fulbright Grant- What's a Fulbright?

May 25, 2019

SPARTA, NJ – A Sparta High School alumna has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship Grant for Malaysia in 2020 following completion of her undergraduate degree from Manhattan College.  Alia Belle Flanigan graduated this month with a bachelor’s degree in international Relations and a double minor in French and Women and Gender Studies.

While at Manhattan College Flanigan ...

Why I'm running for Sussex County Freeholder

May 25, 2019

To The Editor:

Sussex County has been my home for the last twenty years. I love it here. We live in one of the most beautiful areas of our state with great communities and tremendous people. Yet despite our potential, there is much concern about our future as a county. As a young person who has served in public office for the last six years, I feel strongly that now is the time that we must ...

By Working Together We Can Fix State Education Funding in Sussex and Warren Counties

In April, I had to opportunity to meet with Carla Mancuso, President of the High Point Education Association.

With the cuts in state education funding that is affecting school districts throughout Sussex and Warren Counties, it is recognized that the time for fighting amongst ourselves is counterproductive and that we need to work together to bring about change in Trenton.

Senator Steve ...

Advice from Rutgers Class of '19: Don't Party Too Much, Do Your Homework

May 20, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Mike Guastaferro was in for a rude awakening when he arrived at Rutgers University.

"I came in from high school where I was (on the) honor roll and all that stuff," he said. "I came into chemistry my freshman year and got my butt handed to me. I was on academic probation my first semester."

It was a reality check for the microbial biotechnology major.

Volunteers Collect 18 Tons of Trash From Streams and Lakefronts in Upper Raritan Watershed

FLEMINGTON, NJ – The one-day annual Stream Cleanup organized by Raritan Headwaters Association removed 18 tons of trash, litter and recyclables from almost 80 miles of river, stream and lakefront, the group reports.

Cleanup volunteers included individuals, families, scout troops, churches, businesses, civic groups, schools and environmental commissions.

More than 1,700 volunteers of ...

Jersey Shore Outdoors: LBI Fishing Update by Jim Hutchinson Sr.

LONG BEACH ISLAND REGION - This is the time of the year when Southern Ocean County fishermen seem to enjoy the most. We are still in the midst of catching the spring fish such as striped bass, black drum, and big bluefish. Suddenly, the summer-like fish start to arrive in the form of black sea bass, summer flounder, and even a few weakfish.

Captain Dave DeGennaro of Back Bay Adventures out of ...

No Progress in 'Path To Progress' Meeting; Sweeney Leaves Stage

NEW BRUNSWICK –  It was scheduled to last an hour and a half. It lasted just over 20 minutes.

Senate President Steve Sweeney rushed off stage Thursday night in the middle of a raucous town hall meeting, unwilling to sit and be shouted down when he tried to hype his "Path to Progress" legislation in front of a pro-union audience at Douglass College's Trayes ...

Targum Editors: 'This Is Not The End Of The Targum'

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Editors were tapping on keyboards inside The Daily Targum's newsroom on Neilson Street Tuesday night, stopping only to wander over to a table at the front of the room and grab a slice of the pizza that had just arrived.

There was a hint of garlic in the air, but no hint they were ready to write the paper's obituary.

The managing editor of ...

Jersey Shore Outdoors: LBI Fishing Update by Jim Hutchinson Sr.

SHIP BOTTOM -Fisherman’s Headquarters in Ship Bottom reports that surf fishing in the mid-island region has been decent for bass and blues.  Peg Bucci of Manahawkin stopped by just before closing one day with a big bass from that area.  She reported, “I set up my first rod and was quickly bit off by a bluefish. I re-rigged and shortly after I hooked up with a good fish.

5 Tips for Starting Your NJ Dream Home Search

In today’s real estate market, low inventory dominates the conversation in many areas of the country. It can often be frustrating to be a first-time homebuyer if you aren’t prepared.  In a realtor.com article entitled, “How to Find Your Dream Home—Without Losing Your Mind,” the author highlights some steps that first-time homebuyers can take to help carry their ...

OPEN HOUSE 5/19 Custom Sparta 4BR with Heated Pool Oasis

You’ll delight in 8 Patricia Lane!  Come see for yourself at our OPEN HOUSE this Sunday, May 19th from 1-3pm.

This gorgeous 4BR, 4.5-bathroom custom home with a heated pool lies on 1.4 pristinely-landscaped acres offering privacy combined with loads of entertaining space at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in Sparta’s prestigious Sussex Mills section.

A backyard oasis offers ...

Help A Hungry Sussex County Family Through Foodstock

Did you realize food pantry shortages INCREASE during the summer months? Decreased donation and increased need due to the summer break from school lunch and breakfast programs leave many Sussex County families hungry.  

Enter Foodstock:  an annual spring countywide food drive started 16 years ago through the coordinated efforts of Pass it Along, United Way of Northern ...

Pass It Along to Host Stand Down for Veterans

LAFAYETTE, NJ - Pass It Along is set to hold the 4th Annual Stand Down for Veterans Event on June 8, 2019 at the Sparta Evangelical Free Church, located at 429 Lafayette Road, in Sparta, New Jersey. The event is being held from 9:00a.m. to 12:00p.m., and is open to all military members, as well as their families. Military members may be active, reserved or retired. This event is made ...

AtlantiCast: Episode 27

Summary: On this week’s AtlantiCast, meet the nurse who saves lives - even while on vacation, Newsweek names some Atlantic Health System medical centers among the world’s best, find out which vitamin can help protect your child’s bones and pets bring more than smiles to patients, hear the results of a surprising new study!

 

Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders May 15, 2019 Meeting Video

NEWTON, NJ - Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders May 15, 2019 meeting video

 

Singin’ and Dancin’ in the Rain at the Komen North Jersey Race for the Cure

May 26, 2019

Sunday, May 5th may have been a wet and soggy day at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, but the downpour couldn’t keep away the “outpouring” of support—an estimated 1,000 people, in fact, braved the weather and came out to participate in the annual Susan G. Komen North Jersey Race for the Cure. ABC-TV Eyewitness News Reporter Anthony Johnson served as Emcee; and there ...

Advice from Rutgers Class of '19: Don't Party Too Much, Do Your Homework

May 20, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Mike Guastaferro was in for a rude awakening when he arrived at Rutgers University.

"I came in from high school where I was (on the) honor roll and all that stuff," he said. "I came into chemistry my freshman year and got my butt handed to me. I was on academic probation my first semester."

It was a reality check for the microbial biotechnology major.