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Newton Man Pleads Guilty to Child Endangerment and More

July 6, 2020

NEWTON, NJ— A Newton man pled guilty to two crimes when he went before Honorable Louis S. Sceusi, at the Sussex County Courthouse in Newton on June 23

Sussex County Prosecutor Francis A. Koch announced that Thomas Duffy, 35, of Newton, pled guilty to endangering the welfare of a child and possession of a controlled dangerous substance, according to Sussex County Prosecutor Francis A.

Newton Medical Center Named an Advanced ICU Care 2020 We See You Care Award Winner for Exceptional Acute Care Telemedicine Collaboration

Partner Hospitals are Recognized for Patient Results, Outstanding Care Team Collaboration and Ability to Leverage Technology-Enabled Care Services

Atlantic Health System’s Newton Medical Center today announced that the hospital was recognized with a 2020 WE SEE YOU CARE Award presented by Advanced ICU Care, the nation’s leading independent provider. The accolade, now in its fifth ...

Lawmaker Says NJ Should Pick up Restaurants’ Tab for Indoor Dining Stoppage

July 6, 2020

NEW JERSEY — The owner of Sweet Waters Steakhouse in Westfield stocked up for the restart of indoor dining in advance of the July Fourth weekend restart. That was before Gov. Phil Murphy announced the cancelation of inside dining two days before its anticipated comeback originally slated for July 2.

Frank DeLillo purchased meat and fish, among other foods, for ...

Sparta Historical Thanks Fellow Spartan Students & Adults for their Submissions on our Town’s Pandemic Documentation Project

July 3, 2020

We are living through an unprecedented, transformative moment in our lifetimes.   In an attempt to document COViD-19 in Sparta for ourselves and future generations, Sparta Historical Society, following the NJ Historical Commission’s webinar and Newark Library’s and Monmouth County Historical Association’s model, previously asked you to contribute reminiscences - ...

Sussex County Democratic Committee Honors Pride Month 2020

As we approach the end of Pride Month, the SCDC is pleased to see positive progress both nationally and locally. June 2020 has been historic for the LGBTQ+ community. This month, the Supreme Court ruled that the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits sex discrimination, also applies to discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. This decision serves as a vital and ...

Rutgers, Named for a Slave Owner, Will Keep its Name, Says University's First Black President

July 6, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Even in this era where statues of explorers are being dismantled, schools named after presidents are being rebranded and sports teams are replacing racially insensitive nicknames, don't expect Rutgers to change its name.

The subject was raised to new university president Jonathan Holloway at a news conference on Monday at Winants Hall - the very building Rutgers' ...

2020 Community Garage Sales Sponsored by Team Nest Builder

Got Junk? Our Team Nest Builder 2020 Community Garage Sales are coming to a neighborhood near you! Sparta Mountain's Garage sale is being held 8/1 from 9-4pm! All Sparta Mountain households are invited to participate! Please visit https://tnbgaragesale.com/seller-participant-registration to register today! Spaces are limited so make sure to register ASAP.

Don't live in Sparta ...

New Chief Development Officer Named by No. 1 Hospital in New Jersey

July 6, 2020

Morristown, New Jersey– Jennifer Smith has been named chief development officer for the Foundation for Morristown Medical Center, which supports both Morristown Medical Center and Goryeb Children’s Hospital with $20 million in philanthropy annually. Smith will join the Foundation on August 10.
 
Trish O’Keefe, PhD, RN, president for Morristown ...

Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders June 24 Meeting Video (Audio only)

SUSSEX, NJ - Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders June 24 Meeting Video (Audio only)

 

Carved In Stone

A Monumental History Lesson

On July 4, 1863, Union soldiers began the arduous and grizzly task of burying over 7,000 dead bodies in trenches and shallow graves. Later, as rains had washed away the ground cover re-exposing the stench of blackened and gnarled limbs, the town of Gettysburg took on the task of exhuming the bodies and consecrating them in the newly created Soldiers National ...

Rutgers, Named for a Slave Owner, Will Keep its Name, Says University's First Black President

July 6, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Even in this era where statues of explorers are being dismantled, schools named after presidents are being rebranded and sports teams are replacing racially insensitive nicknames, don't expect Rutgers to change its name.

The subject was raised to new university president Jonathan Holloway at a news conference on Monday at Winants Hall - the very building Rutgers' ...