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Hackettstown couple killed in Route 80 Mount Olive car accident

A Hackettstown husband and wife have been identified as the victims of Wednesday's Route 80 fatal car crash in Mount Olive. John Rodriguez, 52, and his wife, Dawn, 49, died when their Honda Ridgeline pickup truck was struck by a dump truck on Route 80 west near Exit 25, at about 4:30 p.m., said Sgt.

DAILY RECORD

845 Life: Some of 2017's most interesting individuals

We've met many interesting individuals in 2017, some famous, some not so famous, and some who stand out more than others. There was the most famous duck in the Hudson Valley: That would be Mortimer Q. Mallard, disc jockey Mark West's feathery sidekick on West's WALL radio show. Mort was somewhat qui

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-21 23:11:15

Hackettstown man faces hindering charges

HACKETTSTOWN -- Running a stop sign led to the arrest of a township man on hindering charges, police said. Guillermo Fernando Guale-Munios, 31, was charged with hindering apprehension, driving while suspended and failure to stop at a stop sign. At approximately 9:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, a Hac

NEW JERSEY HERALD - 2018-01-21 08:01:00

Property tax/rent rebate forms for seniors available Monday

Older Pennsylvanians in Monroe and Pike counties may finally get the property tax relief they've been waiting for. According to a statement released Sunday by Rep. Rosemary Brown (R-189), homeowners, and renters, may apply for a property tax/rent rebate starting Monday. Forms will be available for d

POCONO RECORD - 2018-01-22 00:52:16

Mine Hill woman gets four years probation for stealing from disabled man

MORRISTOWN - A Mine Hill woman was sentenced to four years' probation for stealing $42,686 from a disabled Denville man. She must also repay the victim at least $400 per month, the judge ruled on Friday. Julianne "Juli" Porphy Jandik, 53, pleaded guilty in December to theft by unlawful taking betwe

DAILY RECORD

Bowlers lament loss of Minisink Lanes after fire

HAMLET OF HUGUENOT - Patrons and friends of Minisink Lanes spent much of Sunday searching through the rubble for bowling balls, shoes and other belongings left inside after a fire Saturday. The blaze broke out around 3 p.m. and destroyed the bowling alley located at 107 Route 209, said Huguenot fire

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-22 01:11:34

Federal shutdown: Impacted agencies in the Poconos

During the Federal government shutdown, we can expect several government offices in Monroe and Pike counties to close. Essential operations will remain open. What would close: Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and other Federal parks Federal courts The Internal Revenue Service Not affected

POCONO RECORD - 2018-01-20 06:09:31

Unionville firefighter happens to drive past burning home, saves man, 92

VILLAGE OF FLORIDA - Jeff Ricker just happened to be driving on Highland Avenue when he spotted smoke and flames coming from a house. Ricker is a 26-year Unionville firefighter. He knew he had to check it out. Ricker, who works for Suburban Propane in Chester, parked his truck down the road. "I had

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-22 00:56:39

Saying goodbye to a 'dream job'

Photo by Deb Gau Doug Goodmund, assistant to the director of Community Services in Marshall, reflected on his career with the city this week. MARSHALL - Doug Goodmund said he hasn't had a typical office job. There have been many, many athletic events, summer programs, and Independence Day celebrati

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT - 2018-01-20 08:00:00

A lighter look at rural development

Photo by Deb Gau Tane Danger of the Theater of Public Policy, at right, asked Minnesota state representative candidate Tom Wyatt-Yerka questions about economic development in southwest Minnesota. The interview was part of a program that also included group discussions, and improv comedy. MARSHALL -

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT - 2018-01-20 08:00:00

The constellation Orion...so many stories

Last week in Starwatch I attempted to cover all of the astronomical treasures of the constellation Orion proudly shining in the Marshall southeastern sky. It's loaded with many celestial jewels, such as the red super-giant star Betelgeuse; the bright belt stars; the colossal Orion Nebula, birthplace

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT - 2018-01-20 08:00:00

5 years for May assault in White

BROOKINGS - An Estelline man has been sentenced to five years in prison after he forced two people to drive him to a house in White, broke out the windows of the house and threatened its occupants with a knife last May. Jesus Lopez, 25, pleaded guilty last month to one count of aggravated assault wi

BROOKINGS REGISTER

Congress convenes rare Saturday session with no solution in sight to end shutdown

The U.S. government shut down at midnight after Congress failed to resolve a partisan standoff over immigration and spending. In a late-night vote, Senate Democrats blocked a bill that would have kept the government running for four weeks. (Jan. 20) AP WASHINGTON - Lawmakers trickled back into the

ARGUS LEADER - 2018-01-20 17:40:20

90 pigs stolen from rural Tracy barn

TRACY - The Redwood County Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of more than 90 pigs from a confinement barn in rural Tracy earlier this week. The Sheriff's Office said the theft was reported Wednesday afternoon. Sometime during the late night hours Tuesday or early morning hours Wednesday, a

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT

More than a leather ball in an iron hoop

That's how first-time visitors to this West River South Dakota town are met, if denizen Dave Geisler is around to greet them. And last weekend the place saw plenty of visitors, but most of them probably not for the first time. For the last 50 years basketball fans have flocked to Murdo in mid-Janua

CAPITAL JOURNAL

Authorities: Pigs stolen from Fultz Farms

Authorities say about 90 feeder pigs, weighing about 30 pounds, were taken overnight on Tuesday from Fultz Farms of Tracy. The animals have a total value of more than $5,700. "On Wednesday morning, the gentleman that takes care of them noticed things were a bit funny," said Eric Fultz. "There were s

HEADLIGHTHERALD.COM

2 killed, 1 injured in Fort Myers shootings

A man was killed and a woman injured in a shooting late Friday in Fort Myers. Police responded to 959 Polk St., shortly before midnight and found the two victims. Kevin Lamont James, 40, died at the scene. The woman, who has not been identified, was taken to Lee Memorial Hospital. A separate shootin

WZVN-TV - 2018-01-20 18:15:00

Police manhunt leaves neighborhood on edge

Families were pulled from their homes and questioned by police after a massive manhunt. It happened near Ortiz Avenue and Sherry Street in Fort Myers. The scene got chaotic Saturday and had neighbors running inside their homes for safety while Lee County Sheriff's deputies scoured the area searching

WINKNEWS.COM - 2018-01-20 23:37:07

Lee County Sheriff's Office corrals roaming pot-bellied pig in Lehigh Acres

For the second time in a month, the Lee County Sheriff's Office was forced into pig-wrangling mode. On Saturday a large, black pot-bellied pig was reported roaming around in the area of 51st Street W. and Olive Avenue North in Lehigh Acres. Sgt. David Drum wrangled the hog and the animal was turned

NEWS-PRESS - 2018-01-21 14:33:38

BREAKING: Two killed in overnight shootings in central and east Fort Myers

Two people were killed overnight in separate shootings in Lee County. The Lee County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting death at the Palm Beach Motel. According to a Lee County Sheriff's Office news release: Officers responded to a call from the motel at 4719 Palm Beach Boulevard at about

NEWS-PRESS - 2018-01-20 13:20:33