Accused Murderer Denied Plea, Attorney Says Teacher Will Return Top Local News
Other headlines include resident killed on Route 80, police say parents hindered missing daughter's arrest.
A week before the murder trial that could send his client to jail for 30 years, the attorney for accused killer Giuseppe Tedesco, asked the Sussex County Prosecutor’s Office if the state would discuss a plea of aggravated manslaughter, a query that was rejected.
According to her attorney, Hilary Gorzelnik will eventually return to her job as a physical education teacher at Hopatcong High School, a report said.
A Hopatcong man was killed when he was hit by two cars while walking across Route 80 at night in Rockaway Township, police said.
A Hopatcong woman who was wanted on an outstanding warrant was reported missing by her parents, but when she returned home the parents led authorities to believe she was not there, Hopatcong Police said.
There were a few tears from parents and students that welcomed the first day of school at Hudson Maxim School. Check out the gallery.
A gallery of students and parents alike as they were welcomed by the first day of school at Tulsa Trail Elementary School.
With residents pleading for action, the Borough Council introduced a deer management ordinance that would ban the feeding of white tail deer and allow bow hunting on certain borough-owned properties.
With the start of this school year, four out of five Hopatcong schools will have new principals.
The Hopatcong High School football team is heading into the new season.