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Time to renew those pet licenses in Randolph

RANDOLPH TWP. - It's "that time of the year" for township cat and dog owners. The township's Health Department is reminding pet owners to update their pet licenses in the new year. Licenses are good for one year, and must be renewed by Jan. 31 for dogs and Feb. 28 for cats. Dogs and cats must be lic

NEWJERSEYHILLS.COM - 2017-12-18 15:39:00

Randolph's village center plan advances

RANDOLPH TWP. - The decades-old proposal to create a "downtown" in the township's Mount Freedom section is slowly advancing, but it will - literally - take a village to buy in to it. That, at least, is the opinion of one township official during the Township Council's Thursday, Dec. 7 meeting. Towns

NEWJERSEYHILLS.COM - 2017-12-18 12:16:00

First day of winter vigil for homeless marks 'most dangerous season'

It was a great Saturday for Morris County food lovers, who had a pie competition in the morning, followed by rare chance to get one of the area's most historic meals in the afternoon. 11/5/17 Michael Izzo DOVER - To acknowledge the beginning of the most dangerous season for the area's homeless popu

DAILY RECORD - 2017-12-18 16:44:36

Bamboozled: Pet adoption agency shuttered during dispute over sick puppy's vet bills

Eleventh Hour Rescue, a pet adoption and rescue agency in the Rockaway Townsquare Mall, was temporarily shut down late last week in the midst of a Bamboozled investigation, according to the township health officer. The closing came after a complaint from Michele Nardino, a woman who adopted a puppy

NJ.COM - 2017-12-18 14:15:54

Dover Plains man was more than twice legal limit, had previous DWI: police

Lt. Frank LaMonica of the Dutchess County Sheriff's Office shares tips on how to drive safely while enjoying the holiday season. Alex H. Wagner/Poughkeepsie Journal A Dover Plains man was charged with two felonies early Sunday morning after police found him unresponsive inside a car, which was litt

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL - 2017-12-18 15:18:39

Flippin earns rightful place in Hall of Fame

He wouldn't be known by as many of the current high school sports fans as fellow 2017 NJSIAA Hall of Famer Jim Baglin, the legendary Mendham basketball coach. However, when one talks about one of the great decades in Montclair High football - namely the 1950s - one of the first names that comes to m

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2017-12-18 08:13:00

Operation Holiday 2017: Family deals with medical bills

Thomas and Roberta are trying to care for their family's medical needs as well as making ends meet. The loving parents (Case O-10) have four children: Bradley, 8, Colin, 6, Tiffany, 5, and Scarlett, 2. Both Roberta and Colin suffer from sickle cell anemia and require specialized care. The family is

DAILY RECORD - 2017-12-18 10:00:04

Centenary adult education classes begin Jan. 7

Centenary University's School of Professional Studies is coming up to its one year anniversary at its new location at the Mack-Cali Professional Building, 7 Campus Drive, in Parsippany. New classes begin Jan. 7. Programs that are available starting in January include an Associate of Arts in Libe

NEW JERSEY HERALD - 2017-12-18 08:01:00

Rolling V Bus Corp. buys Liberty site

LIBERTY - Rolling V Bus Corp., a South Fallsburg-based school bus transportation company, announced Friday it has purchased a new property at 1784 Route 52 in the Town of Liberty to renovate and create a transportation hub. Three entities of the Vallone family's transportation enterprise, led by Phi

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-12-17 23:05:23

Westbrookville Scout earns Medal of Merit

WESTBROOKVILLE - Braedon Halpin, 15, of Westbrookville, was recently awarded the Boy Scouts of America Medal of Merit. Braedon is a member of Troop 1068, whose scoutmaster is Dan Barbone. Braedon is the son of Scott and Kristin Halpin and he is working towards earning his Eagle Scout rank. The Meda

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-12-18 07:01:00

New sign at Bloomingburg Rural Cemetery sparks complaints

TOWN OF WALLKILL - The town's newest welcome sign, on the grounds of the Bloomingburg Rural Cemetery, displays the slogan: "Where Happy Babies are Born." But it has sparked complaints that the "Happy Babies" legend might be disrespectful to parents who have children buried in the cemetery. "We got t

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-12-17 22:39:30

Nevele mortgage holder retakes property, but attorney for sports complex developer says plan is still a go

WAWARSING, N.Y. >> The company that holds the mortgage on the former Nevele hotel has bought the property at auction at $3.5 million, but an attorney for developer Michael Treanor says the plan to turn the 564-acre site into a sports complex remains on track. The attorney, Jeff Kaplan, who also is m

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-12-18 05:00:00

Funding cuts threaten Ulster after-school teen tech program

ELLENVILLE - Sir Issac Newton might have frowned at the powerful forces arrayed against budding scientists in Ellenville on Wednesday. Oh, Newton's Law of Gravity and his First Law of Motion were clearly at work. Teens Megan Stone-Wordynski and Nick Moza taped one end of a narrow half-pipe-shaped pi

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-12-18 02:42:06

Early morning fire in Wurtsboro

WURTSBORO - A two-alarm fire in Wurtsboro Saturday morning brought out several Sullivan County fire departments. The blaze at 48 Elm Street was reported as a working structure fire when called in at 6:24 a.m. Area departments were asked to respond with tanker trucks to provide water. A fire inspecto

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK

Dec. 15: Girls track and field roundup

OCIAA meet (at West Point) Key: James I. O'Neill (JIO); John S. Burke Catholic (JSB); Monroe-Woodbury (MW); New Paltz (NP); Pine Bush (PB); Pine Plains (PP); Spackenkill (Spac); Wallkill (Wall); Warwick (War); Washingtonville (Wash) 55-meters: Hannah Scott (PB) 7.3; Sam Rodriguez (Wall) 7.6; Aneesa

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-12-17 07:00:00

Mount Alverno residents contribute to Operation Toy Train

WARWICK - Santa can always use a few extra elves, and the residents at Mount Alverno Center, an adult home and assisted living program in Warwick, are ready and willing. Mount Alverno residents Dorothy Wilson and Helen Mc Keon were among the many people who greeted the Middletown and New Jersey Rail

TIMES HERALD-RECORD

Princess Charlotte to attend nursery school in January

Kensington Palace said Monday that Charlotte will attend the Willcocks Nursery School in London in January. The daughter of Prince William and his wife Kate turns 3 in May. She is fourth in line to the British throne, after grandfather Prince Charles, father William and older brother Prince George.

FOX30JAX.COM - 2017-12-18 11:44:15

In the Law . . . Amber Donley, president of the D.W. Perkins Bar Association

Amber Donley is president of the D.W. Perkins Bar Association, the voluntary Bar association named in honor of Daniel Webster Perkins, one of the first African-American lawyers who practiced in Duval County. The organization is hosting, in partnership with other local voluntary Bar associations, a "

JACKSONVILLE DAILY RECORD - 2017-12-18 11:30:00

CSX veteran: Board must 'do their job' in aftermath of CEO Hunter Harrison's death

A former CSX Corp. executive, who spent more than a quarter century with the company and witnessed CEO E. Hunter Harrison's successes, says it's the corporate board's responsibility - and challenge - to make sure the railroad company operates on the right track. Harrison, 73, died Saturday, nine mon

JACKSONVILLE DAILY RECORD - 2017-12-18 13:12:46

James Foote's contract didn't anticipate him becoming CSX Corp. CEO

James Foote's contract to become chief operating officer of CSX Corp. did not anticipate him becoming chief executive officer of the Jacksonville-based railroad company. "You will be employed as COO, reporting to me or my successor," said the four-year contract signed by then-CEO Hunter Harrison on

JACKSONVILLE DAILY RECORD - 2017-12-18 19:04:51