Sunday, January 29, 2023

Issue 22

Commissioners Award Four Historic Preservation Grants

PRESS RELEASE: WHITE TOWNSHIP (December 1, 2022) - Four projects to refurbish historic structures throughout Warren County have been awarded grants totaling more than...

Frelinghuysen Cannabis Farm Plan Gets Use Variance

Seen here, several dozen people turned out to hear more about a proposed cannabis farm on Kerrs Corner Road at a Dec. 5 Land Use Board meeting. Photo by: J. Phalon. Dec. 2022

SCCC Names Robertson, Former Blair Coach, to Head Football Spot

When the Sussex County Community College football team takes the field next fall the Skylanders will have a new head coach on the sidelines.

INTERESTING FOLKS: NWHS & WCCC Grad Kelly Molinare Always Reaching for New Heights (Literally)…

Kelly Molinare has always had an independent streak in her, from growing up in Blairstown and hiking the trails of the Delaware Water Gap, climbing mountains, from living on her own (with her sister) as a teenager, working full-time to support herself, and making what some people might think are risky life decisions about one's future. Seen here on Mount Washington in the White Mountains, New Hampshire is, the tallest peak north of North Carolina and east of the Mississippi River... The most interesting part of hiking this mountain was that she did it despite an injured knee. 

Holiday Shopping: WOOLLY PETALS, 41 Main Street, Blairstown

Julie and Ed Ball bring their diverse interests, skills and talents to the floral shop which also sells the warmest Alpaca Wool items. Ed...

Tree Trimming Eases Knowlton’s Power Problems

Residents of Lime Kiln Road have seen improved electric service since they brought their concerns about frequent outages to the Knowlton Township Committee. Photo by J. Phalon, Nov. 2022

Paulina Dam Removal Process Restarts

The Blairstown Township Committee set summer 2024 as the tentative date for the removal of the Paulina Dam, at a recent public meeting on Nov 9th. Because the project to restore the Paulinskill River to its natural state aligns with its mission, the Nature Conservancy has agreed to help fund this project in April of 2021. Photo by D.L. Dunn, Dec. 2022
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