The third issue of The Jefferson Chronicle DIGEST monthly magazine is now available. Pick up a free copy from displays at prominent locations in Jefferson Township (see “Distribution” below).
Here’s a sneak peak at what you can learn about our community in the April issue.
- Primed for Success: Jefferson Grad Creates, Produces Winning TV Series
Louis Rocky Bacigalupo, a 2010 graduate, scores a hit television series. The hometown star is a screenwriter, actor, and producer.
- State Aid Cuts Hit Jefferson Schools Hard
How will cuts in state aid affect educational programs, staffing, and class size?
- Jefferson Township Rescue Squad: Just Breathe
The Chronicle begins a new series on the services provided by local volunteer organizations and the roles they play in assisting Jefferson residents.
- Betsy Ross Will Be Flying Flag Soon
The diner currently located in Ridge Plaza is closer to raising its flag on the site of the renovated former PNC Bank on Berkshire Valley Road.
- Lake Hopatcong Block Party, May 11 at Hopatcong State Park
Learn the history of the popular event. Find out what’s new and how to become involved with the sixth annual “party” sponsored by the Lake Hopatcong Foundation.
- Residents Still Concerned About Weldon Quarry Issues
Locals continue to raise questions with the Lake Hopatcong Commission about sediment and possible air pollution stemming from the quarry in Prospect Point.
- Insights and Expertise
New columnist Janet Pfeiffer – Jefferson resident, well-known speaker, and author – provides specific suggestions for living in harmony with neighbors and others.
- For What It’s Worth
Enjoy the popular column by township resident Tony Haryn. This month’s topic: The Short and the Tall of It.
- J-Town Tidbits
Township resident Carol Punturieri writes “tidbits” about Jefferson’s history, programs, and more.
- Event Calendar
Discover events that are happening in and around town.
- “In Brief” Articles
Short articles bring you up to date with local news and information. In this issue: Father Twiggs receives an honor; The Carnival returns May 28-June 1; where Jefferson ranks in safety compared with towns across the country; using Dial-a-Ride transportation; volunteering with the Museum Garden Club; recycling vegetative waste and more.
The magazine showcases advertisements from local businesses, many with exclusive offers for readers. We encourage you to support these businesses that generously enable The Chronicle to report and distribute Jefferson Township news and information by advertising within the DIGEST pages and online.
DIGEST magazine is available free in stands at the following prominent locations throughout Jefferson Township.
Auto Repair Shops
Hair Salons/Nail Shops
|Ice Cream Shops
Real Estate Offices
Approximately two weeks after print distribution, the DIGEST magazine will offer a digital “flip book” format through free subscription: www.thejeffersonchronicle.com/subscribe-e-mail-alerts. (If you are already subscribed to our weekly emails/breaking alerts, you will receive the flip book automatically when it becomes available. If you are not yet subscribed, you will also receive the weekly emails/breaking alerts upon subscription to the DIGEST flip book.)
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The Jefferson Chronicle DIGEST wants your input to assist in making the publication a success, both in print and online!
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Thank you to our readers, advertisers, and The Chronicle team for bringing the DIGEST magazine to life. We look forward to providing the local content that matters to our residents every month in the DIGEST pages … and daily online at www.TheJeffersonChronicle.com.