Thursday, September 29, 2022

Government

Project Self-Sufficiency Will Host Career Fair

Newton, NJ (September 27, 2022) - Local businesses and organizations are gearing up to recruit new staff members at Project Self-Sufficiency’s Career Fair on Thursday, October...

Six State Parks & Forests Near Us to Get E.V. Charging Stations

PRESS RELEASE: Trenton, (Sept. 27, 2022) - New Jersey state parks are among the latest recipients of funding to install electric vehicle charging infrastructure,...

Join the Fun at this Year’s “Bedlam in Blairstown” 

The second annual Blairstown Fall Festival is set for Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022 at the historic Footbridge Park from 11 AM to 4 PM,...

Blairstown Police Department introduces STARS Program

The new database named Blairstown STARS will profile every person with cognitive disorders in the township and provide information that would allow for a speedy recovery. Profiles will include an annually updated photo taken by Blairstown police officers— creating an opportunity for special needs residents to meet and interact with officers. 

Knowlton Rejects Water System Bids for 2nd Time

Maybe third time will be a charm, but for now bids for a reverse-osmosis water filtration system have been rejected for the second time in as many months. “Here we go again,” Mayor Adele Starrs said at the Sept. 12 Township Committee meeting.

Community Day Returning to Knowlton – Saturday, October 1st.

After a two-year, COVID-induced hiatus, Knowlton’s Community Day will return to Tunnel Field Oct. 1st

For Family Only – Blairstown’s Land Use Board Okays Apartment

A home on Mud Pond Road received the variance that would allow an apartment that would include utilities. A restriction on the variance would forbid the apartment from being rented to anyone outside of the family of the current owners or subsequent owners.

Blairstown Police Join in Tunnel-to-Towers Run

The annual run retraces the steps of FDNY firefighter Stephen Siller, who ran through the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel, carrying 60 pounds of gear, to the World Trade Center, where he died in the collapse of the twin towers.
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