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Schmidt, Meyer Each Score Short-Handed Goals to Spark Chatham Boys Ice Hockey Past Millburn, 4-1, in State Tournament

In the second period, Schmidt scored his short-handed goal off a pass from DeLetto. Nate Marshall scored in the third period with help from DeLetto and Matt Keane to make it 3-1 for Chatham (12-11-2).


Annoucing Mount Arlington: Community garden Mural Contest!

Question: What does this wall at the Community Garden need?. Reflection of what makes us a Certified Sustainable New Jersey community. Something to reflect GREEN initiatives we have in the community.


Benefit Concert For Morris Co. Police Officer Hit By Car

STANHOPE, NJ — A concert to benefit a Morris County police officer injured in the line of duty will be held this weekend at the Stanhope House. Mount Arlington Sgt. James DiStasio was hit by a car during a routine traffic stop in December, sustaining severe injuries. "He has always been the first on


Rockaway Mayor's Suit Against Council Is Remarkably Familiar

Former Rockaway Township Mayor Michael Dachisen was in the midst of a lawsuit against the Township council, alleging his authority was being overstepped. Current mayor Michael Puzio, who is finishing Dachisen's term, filed a similar suit Monday in Superior Court.


$68G Lottery Ticket Sold In Morris County

A winning New Jersey Lottery ticket was sold in Morris County. Taking home the $68,838 Jersey Cash 5 jackpot, the ticket from Thursday's drawing was sold at the 7-Eleven on New Changebridge Road in Pine Brook.


Fight broke out at Basket of Cheer

PARSIPPANY — Multiple Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Officers responded to the Basket of Cheer, 149 North Beverwyck Road, on Friday, February 15 at 9:35 p.m. on a report of a large fight.


Morris County Couple Pleads Guilty to FEMA Funds Theft

EAST HANOVER, N.J.-- Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that an couple from East Hanover pleaded guilty today to stealing $152,820 by filing fraudulent applications for federal relief funds related to Superstorm Sandy.


Suspect arrested in spree of more than 50 New Jersey burglaries

MONTCLAIR, New Jersey (WABC) -- A New Jersey man was under arrest in connection with a burglary spree involving more than 50 homes since last year. Saveon Hayles, 29, formerly of Montclair, was arrested Monday in Jersey City.


New Jersey Sheriffs: mostly white guys

New Jersey has had sheriffs since the 1600’s when the King of England appointed them as their representative of royal authority in the colonies. Since then, the office of county sheriff has been held largely by white men.


Disturbing video shows cop pulling gun on black driver

Delaware State Police are probing a cellphone video that shows one of their troopers pulling a gun on a motorist after he refused to get out of his car. The 1-minute, 23-second clip shows the dramatic Feb. 14 confrontation in Dover between the officer and 40-year-old Mack Buckley, who uploaded the f


VIDEO: Alleged drunk driver speeds down New Jersey sidewalk

JERSEY CITY, N.J. (WPVI) -- Recently released video shows an alleged drunk driver going out of control and onto a sidewalk in New Jersey. The incident happened the night of February 9 in Jersey City.


Erratic Driver Call Leads to Gun Arrest of NY Man in Morris County

The New Jersey State Police have arrested David Fonseca, 27, of Rochester, N.Y., for allegedly brandishing and pointing a handgun at another driver. According to authorities, on Friday at 11:13 a.m., troopers from Netcong Station were alerted by dispatch of an erratic driver traveling westbound on I


Man Gets 40 Years for Beating Sleeping Girlfriend to Death With Hammer in New Jersey Home

A man who used a hammer to fatally beat his sleeping girlfriend at her South Jersey home has been sentenced to 40 years in state prison. Lashaun Smith had pleaded guilty last month to murder in the November 2017 death of 28-year-old Sarah Phillips. The prison sentence was handed down Friday. He must


Police: Previously Raided Wayne House Hit Once More, Brothers Busted With Drugs Again

Wayne police raided the same home for the second time in less than two years Friday, arresting two brothers and a third man while seizing cocaine, pot and hash, along with two security badges and a simulated tactical vest labeled “POLICE.”


Services set for father, son killed in horrific N.J. gas station crash involving alleged drugged driver

Services will be held this weekend for the the father and son killed in a horrific crash at a gas station in Passaic County on Tuesday that left three dead and a driver jailed on charges he was driving while under the influence of drugs.


Tanker truck crash, fuel spill shuts down New Jersey highway

MARLBORO, New Jersey (WABC) -- A tanker truck crash and fuel spill completely shut down a New Jersey highway for most of Friday. The crash involved more than one truck and happened just before 10 a.m. on Route 9 at CR 520/Robertsville Road in Marlboro.


Giant Trash Heap In Sussex Co. Targeted By Authorities

VERNON, NJ — A giant trash dump in Vernon Township might finally be removed after years of complaints from residents and local officials, following an order filed in Superior Court by New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal.


Eat Like Anthony Bourdain on This New Jersey Food Trail

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$68K Jackpot Lotto Ticket Sold In Montville

MONTVILLE, NJ — Lottery players, check your tickets! A jackpot winning ticket worth $68,838 was sold in Montville. The winning Jersey Cash 5 ticket was sold at the 7-11 on New Changebridge Road in the Pine Brook section of town. The winning numbers for the Thursday, Feb. 21 drawing were 11, 25, 31,


Liberty Tree Memorialization Plans Presented to Randolph Council

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Liberty Tree may have been cut down in August 2018, but Randolph Residents are determined to preserve and memorialize this piece of township history. During Thursday’s township council meeting, the Environmental and Landmarks Advisory Committee presented four possible preservation