A pair of township residents are seeking to continue the local conversation on equality by organizing a Black Lives Matter rally for Saturday at Hillside Park.
The Newton Democratic Committee held its first mobilization meeting of 2017 on Sunday February 26 at 7 Kory Road, Newton. The Committee discussed strategies to develop and support candidates for local, county, and state offices, filling County Committee seats, Newton Day, and opportunities for voter registration events.Read more
On January 18th, the Sussex County Democratic Committee held the first in a series of meetings designed to form or strengthen already existing municipal Democratic committees/clubs across the County, and Sussex Democrats responded.Read more
A group of elected officials from Sussex County and well-wishers joined Congressman Josh Gottheimer and his staff as he cut the ribbon to open his office in Newton, which is at 93 Spring Street.Read more
“Even though New Jersey is a pretty liberal state, Sussex County is very, very red, and it can feel lonely sometimes,” said Lindsay Campbell of the Sussex County Chapter of the National Organization for Women. In it’s first public action, Sussex County NOW, which numbers about 30 people so far but is growing, joined forces with others at a rally Saturday to support the Planned Parenthood Clinic in Newton.Read more
This Wednesday morning, United States Senator Cory Booker will appear at the Sussex County Community College to take part in a program directed toward improving the quality of life for veterans.Read more
Sussex County Freeholder candidate Michele Van Allen looked on as Fifth Congressional District candidate Josh Gottheimer addressed the crowd at the grand opening of a campaign office in Sussex County. The event took place on Thursday evening.Read more
Sussex Democrats took part in a Saturday evening vigil in memory of those who recently lost their lives to gun violence in Orlando, Florida. The remembrance took place on the Green in Newton.Read more
Folks are moving out of Sussex County faster than anywhere else in New Jersey. Two towns, Vernon and Hopatcong, are in the list of the top ten municipalities people are abandoning.Read more
The Newton town council meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 pm, unless otherwise noted. Meetings are held at the Municipal Building, located at 39 Trinity Street, Newton, NJ 07860.
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