When you purchase a product online or in a bricks and mortar store, you expect that the manufacturer or marketer of the product has properly tested it to ensure that it doesn't pose an unreasonable risk of injury to the public. Unfortunately, that's often not the case—in the rush to be the first to
In any accident, the losses can be significant. You may be out of work for days, weeks or months and medical expenses can escalate in a hurry. When the type of injury is serious or catastrophic, though, it's extremely important to have an experienced lawyer to help you get full and fair compensation
Charles "CZ" Lawrence grew up in Newton and became an internationally acclaimed stained glass artist whose works radiate colored light into churches worldwide, including five large windows in the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.
Can a Jaywalking Pedestrian Recover Damages after Being Hit by a Car? When a motorist drives carelessly and hits a pedestrian, the consequences can be serious and catastrophic, and often tragic. The driver may have turned a corner without looking to see if someone was in the crosswalk, or may sim
Amanda Maxwell is known as a great athlete at Sussex County Community College and is also recognized as a fine student Those two characteristics made Maxwell, a sophomore, SCCC's Woman of the Year. Thus, she will represent the College at the National Association of Girls and Women in Sport (NAGWS) Day on February 3 in South Orange. "Amanda is an amazing athlete who is a real leader," said AJ Agnor, Head SCCC Softball Coach. "We can think of no better person than her…
If anyone is in need of food for themselves or their family, they can stop by the Division of Social Services, located at 83 Spring Street, Newton, NJ, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
NEWTON -- The Sussex County Community College Board of Trustees unanimously selected William Curcio, who has served on the board since April 2017, to replace Lorraine Parker at the group's annual reorganization meeting Tuesday night.