Saturday, November 26, 2022

Community

Black Bear Hunt Approved for Public Safety Reasons – starting December

The Fish and Game Council voted to approve emergency regulations amending the Game Code and adopting a new Comprehensive Black Bear Management Plan (CBBMP) to control the black bear population and reduce the threat of dangerous encounters between bears and humans through regulated hunting and non-lethal management measures.

Strong September, October Struggle Ends YoYo ’22 Season for Girls Soccer Lions

The Pope John Lions girls soccer team didn´t finish the way they wanted with a final record of 5-12-1. After a 3-game losing streak...

Football Lions Fall 21-20 to Falcons in Final Minutes

The Pope John Lions football team weren´t headed for a good ending of their season as they neared the final game of the regular...

Boys Soccer Lions Will Look Forward as Season Ends

The Pope John Lions boys soccer team didn´t have the season they had hoped for. After going 1-0-1 in their preseason scrimmages, the Lions...

2022 Local Election Results Reported by Warren County Votes

The unofficial early results of the local elections as posted by Warren County Votes late on the day of the election November 8, 2022....

Virtual Family Law Seminar Offered

Newton, NJ (November 6, 2022) - Project Self-Sufficiency will host a virtual Family Law seminar on Wednesday, November 16th, 6:00 p.m.  Participants will discuss child support,...

Workshop Explains Impact of Childhood Trauma on Development

Newton, NJ (November 3, 2022) – Parents, caregivers, and other community providers are invited to learn how childhood trauma impacts physical and neurological development...

New Signage Coming to Kerrs Corner

Frelinghuysen officials plan to improve signage at the accident-prone intersection of Kerrs Corner Road and Silver Lake Road.
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