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Skylands Ice World Learn to Skate Show Camp

STOCKHOLM, NJ - Skylands Ice World of sponsoring a Learn to Skate Show CampThis camp is designed for the recreational or beginner skater who wants to improve their skating skills and have a lot of fun and make new friends.

Each week will have a theme that will culminate in a skating show. Skaters will learn basic skills in group settings and get some individualized attention.

Week #2 August 14 through 18 theme is TROLLS

Skaters will also make costumes, props and sets for their big show on Friday! Featuring 2.5 hours of on ice instruction and choreography each day, this camp is sure to improve your technique on ice and make lasting memories! Snack is provided.

 

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Sparta Man Charged After Taking Clothes Off in Police Headquarters

August 21, 2017

SPARTA, NJ – A Sparta man is facing charges after disrobing in the police station, police say. 

On August 17 around 10:45 a.m. Sparta Cpl. Marc Rubino and Police Officer Steven Guido went to investigate a call about Jose Lewis violating a temporary restraining order.  Lewis was brought to the Sparta Police headquarters for violating the order, police report.

While ...

Sparta Police: Driver of Abandoned Car Faces Multiple Charges

SPARTA, NJ – Sparta Police had a mystery to solve on August 11 when they were called to investigate an abandon car in the middle of the road at the intersection near Blue Heron and Route 181.  It was around 10 a.m. when Cpl. Marc Rubino and Police Officer Timothy Lynott arrived at the car and could not find the driver, according to police.

The Nissan Maxima had Pennsylvania license ...

Sparta Police: Screaming, Head-Banging Ends in Charges for Madison Man

SPARTA, NJ – A man causing a ruckus at a home in Sparta wound up in the hospital and facing multiple charges.  The Sparta police were called to the area of Shawnee Trail and Seneca Trail on the report of a woman screaming, police report.

Officers found Zachary Losapio yelling obscenities at people from a deck on a home on Seneca Trail. The 25-year-old Madison resident was asked to ...

Obituaries

- Jun 2, 2017
Jillian Mari Baluyot, 17, of Nutley, passed away on June 2, 2017. Born in Secaucus, she lived in ...
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- Feb 21, 2017
Marisa Rincon (30) passed away in Randolph on February 21,2017. She was born is West Chester, PA ...
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School Consolidation: Let’s Talk

August 17, 2017

Consolidation of schools has become a major talking point in New Jersey. Several leaders and researchers have weighed in on the pros and cons. The topic is one which should be explored in our district, but it is not a one-size fits all solution to fixing the cost of living problem here in New Jersey, nor would it necessarily save many residents money in any immediate sense.

Consolidation ...

Upcoming Events

Fri, August 25, 12:00 PM

Newton Medical Center, Romano Conference and Education Center, Room 100, Newton

Alzheimer’s New Jersey’s Newton Support Group

Education Health & Wellness

Fri, August 25, 12:00 PM

Newton Medical Center, Romano Conference and Education Center, Room 100, Newton

Alzheimer’s New Jersey’s Newton Support Group

Health & Wellness

Sat, August 26, 10:00 AM

Newton Medical Center, Romano Conference and Education Center, Room 100, Newton

Alzheimer’s New Jersey’s Newton Support Group

Education Health & Wellness

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Sun, August 27, 1:00 PM

Van Kirk Homestead Museum, Sparta

Photographers Eye the Van Kirk Homestead Museum

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Sun, August 27, 1:00 PM

Van Kirk Homestead Museum, Sparta

Music at the Museum with SMOOTH SAILIN'

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Newton Police Officer Promoted to Sergeant

August 20, 2017

NEWTON, NJ—The Newton Police Department promoted one of their own, Thomas Muller, to the rank of Sergeant, during the Town Council meeting on Monday.  With the promotion, he has a new assignment; the Patrol Division.

Muller was born and raised in Newton.  He graduated as a part of Newton High School’s Class of 1993.  Following that he attended Montclair State ...

New Providence 11U Gold Wins NPGL Title

August 17, 2017

The undefeated New Providence 11U Gold team completed a perfect season by defeating the also previously undefeated Elmora Troopers 4 - 3 in the finals of the 2017 NPGL baseball season. The Pioneers knew coming into the game, they had to play the perfect game, and they did just that. 

After a top of the first run by Elmora, the Pioneers struck back with 4 runs in the bottom of the ...

6 Common First-Time New Jersey Home Buyer Mistakes

Buying your first home raises lots of emotions.  With so many considerations and processes to navigate, it’s easy to get tripped up in details and make costly errors.  Here’s how to avoid some common missteps made by first time New Jersey home buyers:

Don’t Skip Home Loan Qualification

Decided to buy a new home in New Jersey? Make your first stop a real estate ...

Women Are Drinking More Than Ever

The rate of alcohol use among adults in the U.S. increased from 65% in 2001-2002 to 73% in 2012-2013, according to survey results of nearly 80,000 people conducted by researchers at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and published last week in the Journal of the American Medical Association – Psychiatry.  Along with the overall increase in drinking, the rate of high ...

International Overdose Awareness Day Event at Newton Green on August 31

August 20, 2017

In observance of International Overdose Awareness Day, The Center for Prevention and Counseling and volunteers from the Sussex County Recovery Advocacy Group invite the community to join them on Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. for a candlelight vigil. Luminaries will frame the Newton Town Square, representing love for all who have lost someone and hope for those still struggling ...