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Sparta Township Council Announces Municipal Budget

April 19, 2018

SPARTA, NJ – The budget for the Township of Sparta for 2018 represents a levy increase of 1.19 percent according to Grant Rome, Sparta CFO. 

The average assessed home in 2018 has slightly dropped in value to 370,304 from $370,700 in 2017.  Rome said while the residential values have decreases the township ratables have increased, leading to an increase in the overall net ...

Sussex County Realtors Gather for Circle of Excellance Extravaganza

HARDYSTON, NJ – The ballroom at Crystal Springs Clubhouse was the site of the Circle of Excellence Extravaganza for the Sussex County Association of Realtors on Wednesday.  Rescheduled once due to snow, more than 250 attended the event.

The Executive Officer Molly Whilesmith organized the event, acting as mistress of ceremony with something for everyone in the room.

Arriving on a ...

Paralyzed Sussex County Young Man Needs Help Getting Stem Cell Treatment

SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ – A young man injured in a diving accident is seeking help in getting Stem-cell treatment.  The 22-year-old lives with his aunt in Vernon.  She has raised him since his mother died when he was eight.

Then the accident occurred Mackenzie was 21, working and in the Navy Reserves.  He was going for extra training, anticipating making the Navy his career ...

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Atlantic Health System Medical Centers Recognized for Safety

April 25, 2018

Atlantic Health System, an integrated health care delivery system, today announced Morristown Medical Center, Overlook Medical Center and Newton Medical Center earned the highest possible safety rating of ‘A’ by The Leapfrog Group in its Spring 2018 Hospital Safety Grades. Overlook Medical Center’s ‘A’ rating is an increase from last year, while Morristown Medical ...