Newton's Division Street Temporarily Closed for Work

July 15, 2018

NEWTON, NJ- Town of Newton officials has announced Division Street will be closed to vehicular traffic on Monday, July 16 from 7 a.m. until noon.  Crews will be working in the area.

Sparta Attorney Named President of Sussex County Bar Association

SPARTA, NJ — Much of the regions legal community was gathered in the ballroom of the Lake Mohawk Country Club for the Annual Sussex County Bar Association Installation Dinner on last week. Sparta attorney Janine Cerra took her oath as the association’s president.

The event began with cocktails on the east deck before everyone assembled for dinner. Immediate Past President, Robert ...

Newton to Hold Town Wide Garage Sale

NEWTON, NJ- The Town of Newton will hold a town wide garage sale on August 3, 4 and 5.  Permits are available from the Municipal Clerk’s office at 39 Trinity Street for all three days for $15.

A map will list all of the participating homes, along with key items to be sold.  A garage sale application must be completed before July 27 to be able to be placed on the map, according ...

Biondo Investment Advisors Officially Opens their Door, First in New Sparta Business District

SPARTA, NJ – After three years of construction, the new offices of Biondo Investment Advisors have officially opened their door.  The ribbon cutting ceremony took place under clear blue skies with more than 100 people looking on.

Located across from the Stop & Shop on Main Avenue co-founders Joe Biondo Sr. Joseph Biondo Jr and partner Karl Wagner “are all proud to have a ...

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Oroho, Space and Wirths Warn Local School Aid Cuts Revealed by Gov Murphy Likely Just the Start

July 15, 2018

Senator Steven Oroho, Assemblyman Parker Space, and Assemblyman Hal Wirths (all R-24) warned that reductions in State education aid revealed today by the Murphy Administration for the upcoming school year will hurt both students and property taxpayers in Sussex and Warren counties, and said even deeper cuts are assured if a bill on the Governor's desk is signed into law without significant ...