Dingmans Ferry, PA

Widespread power outage reported in northern NJ

The New Jersey Department of Transportation has reported downed live wires across Route 80 causing all lanes to close in both directions west of Exit 34 to Route 15 in Roxbury. The downed wires appear to be the reason for the widespread outage across northern NJ. According to Jersey Central...

Man arrested for attempted murder in Somerset County

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ (Somerset County) – A Somerset man has been arrested for an attempted murder that occurred last month in Franklin Township, according to Somerset County Prosecutor John P. McDonald. On Saturday, July 23, at around 12:33 a.m., police responded to an area hospital in response to a...

Toys R Us Makes Return to Middletown, NY This October

We don't want to grow up, we're Toys R Us kids! Thankfully we don't have to grow up, since Toys R Us returns to the Hudson Valley this fall. Can you believe that Toys R Us locations across the Hudson Valley and the US closed their doors almost 5 years ago? In 2018 Toys R Us locations were struggling to stay afloat thanks to stiff competition from the online shopping world and found themselves in billions of dollars of debt.

Man sentenced to probation for assault by auto in Sussex County

NEWTON, NJ (Sussex County) – A Morris County man was sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to assault by auto, according to Acting Sussex County Prosecutor Annmarie Taggart. Raymond Dziadul, 43, of Mount Arlington Borough was sentenced on August 5 before the Honorable Michael C. Gaus, J.S.C. at the...

Stroudsburg residents found guilty for drug delivery resulting in death

A man and woman from Stroudsburg have been found guilty of distributing controlled substances resulting in death, the Department of Justice announced Thursday. According to a release from the United States Attorney's Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, Jeremy Edward Johnson, 31, and Susan Melissa Nickas, 47, both of Stroudsburg, were found guilty of conspiring to distribute and possess with intent to distribute heroin and fentanyl within the Middle District of Pennsylvania, resulting in the death of a person.

St. Matthews Annual Festival Is All Set For This Weekend

St. Matthew's Church is celebrating its 2022 Festival this weekend, and you don't have to be a member to enjoy the family fun. St. Matthews festival has been a yearly tradition for over a decade. This year's festival is the first since 2019. It will take place at the church and will feature free entertainment daily, including the 2nd street players, Joey + The T Birds, Kevin Macintire as Elvis, DJ Ruby, and more. There will also be a variety of international foods and desserts, a beer and wine garden, and games for all ages. In addition to the games, the event also features BINGO, Prize Raffles, and St. Matthew's mega 50/50, which is now over $27,000.

Bone Yard Cantina brings Mexican tapas bar and restaurant to Warwick

Bone Yard Cantina, a Mexican restaurant from the creators of Café Dolce, has opened four doors away, at 17 Main St. The former yoga studio was transformed by Keith Yodice and Norbey Arango. They and Yodice’s son, Michael Mena, created the restaurant,. They serve Mexican food created by...

Man Arrested After High-Speed Chase Involving Children In Monroe County

Kevin Chalmers is facing charges after allegedly leading police into a high-speed chase throughout the Poconos in Tannersville after a heated dispute at Camelback Lodge. Tannersville, PA| Kevin Chalmers faces a staggering amount of charges in Monroe County after allegedly leading the local police on a high-speed chase throughout the Poconos, according to Pocono Township police. The officers claim that the 38-year-old Kevin Chalmers was involved in an argument at Camelback Lodge in Tannersville on a Saturday morning.
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Vacant Middletown commercial building collapses

MIDDLETOWN – The former shirt factory building at 21 Academy Avenue in Middletown collapsed Monday afternoon sending bricks and rubble crashing down. A portion of the debris struck an adjacent house. Mayor Joseph DeStefano told Mid-Hudson News that the city took over the building for failure to pay back...

Milling and paving to begin Friday on 3 Hackettstown roads

HACKETTSTOWN, NJ (Warren County) – Hackettstown will be doing milling and paving beginning on Friday, Aug. 12, according to police. The following roads listed are tentatively scheduled to be milled on Friday, Aug. 12 and paved on Monday, Aug. 15 from 7:00 a.m. to approximately 7:00 p.m. Warren St...

Township Man Charged With Attempted Murder

A 32-year-old Somerset man remains in the Somerset County Jail, Somerville, on several charges, including attempted murder. The man was charged July 27 after allegedly trying to stab a man on Easton Avenue. Police said the incident began in the evening of July 22 when the two men were involved...

Paving, repair project scheduled to begin next week at Milford-Montague toll bridge

MONTAGUE TOWNSHIP, NJ (Sussex County)– The weathered pothole driving surface on the Milford-Montague (Route 206) toll bridge and its New Jersey and Pennsylvania approach roadways is scheduled to undergo milling and repaving under a roughly three-month-long project starting next week, according to the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission.

Traffic delaying Milford-Montague Bridge repair to begin

MILFORD, PA - The weathered pothole driving surface on the Milford-Montague (Route 206) Toll Bridge and its New Jersey and Pennsylvania approach roadways is scheduled to undergo milling and repaving under a roughly three-month-long project starting next week, the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission announced. t. The project also...

Local breweries and cideries join forces for the Black Dirt Beer Bash

Every year, Dirt magazine brings the best local breweries together at Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center for unlimited drinks, live music, and fun in the sun at the Black Dirt Beer Bash. The annual event will return to Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center Saturday, Sept. 10, featuring unlimited local beer...

Miss Byram crowned 2022 Queen of the Fair

Byram Township’s Jolisse Gray was named Queen of the Fair last Saturday, August 6, at the New Jersey State Fair/Sussex County Farm and Horse Show. The honors student and National Defense Fellow is set to graduate from Notre Dame of Maryland University this coming December. Queen of the Fair is just one of many accomplishments for Gray, who was presented with a grand prize at her college for Best Undergraduate Research, is in multiple honors societies, and is the first at her college to earn The Newman Civic Fellowship.