OAK RIDGE, NJ- A large fire at Sar's Auto Wreckers, auto junk yard off of School House Road in Oak Ridge is visible for miles. No injuries have been reported. Fire companies from Sparta, Roxbury, Riverdale and others are on the scene to assist Jefferson Township. School House Road is closed. Consider taking an alternate route if planning to travel through Oak Ridge in the area of Ridge Road near Ridge Field/Ralph Ackerson Field and Russia Road, School House Road and Weldon Road near Bowling Green.
Fire in Oak Ridge Auto Junk Yard
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By JENNIFER DERICKSSeptember 30, 2016
SPARTA, NJ – The third grade students at Mohawk Avenue School had a special visitor on Thursday. New Jersey State Trooper James Bambara, son of teacher Kim Bambara first met with the students in the auditorium. He talked with them about Halloween safety and why schools have rules and laws.
The youngsters had the opportunity to ask Bambara questions. They asked ...
It’s cruise season, or a great time to plan one.
Metro area travelers are fortunate to have major cruise lines that leave from New York and Bayonne with wide array of destinations. New York departures cover the globe with Trans-Atlantic cruises, the Northeastern coastline, Bermuda, the Bahamas and the Caribbean. After a quick hop into the city, you can step aboard a luxury ...
SPARTA, NJ – The Sparta Township Council continues to take steps to build a turf field at Station Park. On Tuesday, Sept 27, they approved the contract to purchase the turf.
The unanimously approved resolution awarded the contract for the $282,899.29 purchase through Keystone Purchasing Network.
KPN is a national purchasing cooperative according to the resolution. ...
SPARTA, NJ – Sparta High School girls soccer hosted neighbor Jefferson on Wednesday, beating the Falcons 3-2.
In front of a rowdy student crowd, Senior Captain Cayleigh Glew scored twice, including the winning goal in the second half. Kaitlin Mead got the other Spartan goal. Zoe Canzoniero and Bailey Kellenberger each contributed with an assist.
Sparta’s goalie ...
RANDOLPH, NJ – Newton Town Manager, Thomas S. Russo Jr and Newton Police Chief Michael Richards were honored at the 30 Anniversary Annual Recognition Breakfast of TransOptions on Wednesday. In the ballroom of the Meadow Wood Manor in Randolph Russo and Richards were recognized as Government Officials of the Year.
Newton Superintendent Dr. Kenneth Greene was also in attendance ...
HOBOKEN, NJ – An NJ Transit train was unable to stop at the Hoboken Terminal, crashing into the platform during the morning commute. Three people are dead, more than 100 people are injured and there was structural damage to the station, according to various media outlets.
At 10:11 a.m., WNBC-TV in New York reported that there were three confirmed deaths due to ...
SPARTA, NJ – Sparta High School girls tennis added another one to the win column on Wednesday, beating Wallkill Valley on the Spartan home courts.
Sparta won two of the three singles matches:
Isabella DeFilippis won 6-2, 6-2
Sarah Dioeda won 6-1, 6-3
Lauren Danko lost 6-4, 6-4
Sparta took both doubles matches:
Tatiana Esteva-Ingram and Jillian Parks won 6-1, ...
SPARTA, NJ – The 200 club of Sussex County was recognized at the Sparta Township Council meeting on Tuesday, for their dedication to the counties first responders and their families.
Sparta Mayor Christine Quinn read a proclamation with the chapter’s President Tony Torre and Trustee Patrick Aramini looking on. Sparta Police Lt Neil Spidaletto and Police Officer Kurt ...
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October is the prime time to attend fall festivals within the North Jersey area. The weather is still warm to enjoy the outdoors with your entire family. Throughout the first weekend of October, you can travel across the state to attend events that celebrate the harvest season.
One of the more unique cultural experiences occurs every ...
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Cancel the trip to Tuscany. New Jersey is receiving a great deal of acclaim for their vineyards with award-winning wines being produced every day. Americans are enjoying fine wine like never before and the Garden State has become a destination for winery tours and tastings. Many wineries also offer delightful dining on their scenic ...