Sunday, January 29, 2023

Issue 25

SCCC Adds Two New Courses to Allied Health Programs

NEWTON, N.J. - Sussex County Community College's Allied Health Program is adding two new three-credit courses that expand the program.  The first course is Electrocardiography...

Project Self-Sufficiency Offers Family Law Seminar

NEWTON, N.J. - Project Self-Sufficiency will host a virtual family law seminar on Thursday, Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. Participants will discuss child support, grounds for divorce,...

Blairstown Township Committee Member Honored at Final Meeting

On Dec. 28, Committeewoman Giovanna Joanne VanValkenoburg received a Service Recognition Award from the Blairstown Township Committee for her years of service to the Township. Seen here with Mayor Moorhead. Photo by A. Tironi, Dec. 2022.

Green Comet to Light Up North Warren Skies

This is a photo of Comet Neowise taken from a backyard in Blairstown in 2020. A new comet is heading for the skies over North Warren in the next few weeks. Photo by J. Phalon. 2023.

Committee Veteran Van Horn Elected Knowlton Mayor

Longtime Knowlton Committee Member Frank Van Horn is sworn in as mayor by Township Clerk Kailene Molion while Mary Van Horn holds the Bible.

Five Outstanding Wins Helped PJ Girls Basketball Lions Dominate Opponents to Start 2023

The Pope John Lions girls' basketball team has had tremendous success to their 2022-2023 so far.

Notre Dame Beats North Warren in Fourth Quarter

Self-inflicted wounds. That’s how North Warren Boys Basketball Head Coach Rob Steingall described their loss to Notre Dame of East Stroudsburg on Jan. 9.

Swimming Lions Dominate in Opening Meet of Season

mming teams defeated Newton/Lenape Valley on December 13th to open their seasons with a 1-0 record.
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