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By LESLIE HUHNJuly 21, 2018
Outgoing Freeholder Director Jonathan Rose announced on Facebook that Howard Burrell was deemed “not acceptable” by the Sussex County freeholder board to serve as trustee of Sussex County Community College.
Why did the freeholders decide that Dr. Burrell is “not acceptable?" After all, the freeholders’ own search committee nominated Dr. Burrell to ...
By JENNIFER DERICKSJuly 20, 2018
SPARTA, NJ — The Hero Club at the Joseph T. Quinlan Bereavement Center is one step closer to reality having received a donation from the Sparta Kiwanis. John Quinlan, Director of the Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice foundation, presented the program to the club at their meeting at Homers restaurant.
Kiwanis member Frank Cannistra introduced Quinlan and Diane Sebzda, Director of ...
By JANE MEGGITTJuly 20, 2018
OLDSMAR, Fla. — The term “versatile” is applied to lots of horses and riders, but there are few pairings as versatile as that of Janelle Campbell and her 12-year-old chestnut thoroughbred gelding. It’s almost a case of you-name-it-they’ve-done-it, and now they are beginning the horse show chapter of their respective, intertwined careers.
Campbell, 33, of Oldsmar, ...
By LYNN GARAFOLAJuly 20, 2018
Many buyers are purchasing a home with a down payment as little as 3%.
You may already qualify for a loan, even if you don’t have perfect credit.
Take advantage of the knowledge of your local professionals who are there to help you determine how much you can afford. This means call Team Nest Builder’s Lynn Garafola at 973-222-3777 ...
By LISA PACHNOSJuly 20, 2018
Pianist Olivia Coyle, 18, recently created a CD of her performances and made it available for sale to raise funds for local non-profit agency Project Self-Sufficiency. The CD is a compilation of works. “I wanted a mix of different types of music, but I also wanted it to be slower-paced and soothing,” explained Coyle, who ultimately selected some favorite pieces by Chopin ...
By DANIELLE FRANCISCOJuly 20, 2018
NEWTON, NJ — With the sun shining down, the Newton Sharks Swim Team, along with eight other teams; Kittatinny Barracudas, Sussex County YMCA, Lake Tranquility Thunderbolts, Lake Tamarack, Lake Stockholm, Lake Lackawanna Youth, Culver Lake, and Forest Lakes, got together at Newton Pool for the 17th Annual NWNJ Swim Invitational on Saturday, July 14.
Invitational Chairperson Colleen ...
By TAPINTO SPARTA STAFFJuly 19, 2018
SPARTA, NJ – Here are a couple of things to do in Sparta July 20-29
On Friday evening the 2018 Spartan Arts free Summer Concert Series continues with a performance by Billy Hector at Dykstra Park from 7 to 10 p.m. Rain location is Mohawk Avenue School.
Tickets for a drawing for St. Moritz Grill and Bar $50 gift certificates at each show come with a donation to the Sparta ...