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Rather than choosing one township Citizen of the Year, Jefferson’s mayor, Eric Wilsusen, honored the first responders and frontline workers who have gone above and beyond during the Covid pandemic. “It would be difficult with what we’ve been going through to pick a citizen of the year; so ma… Read more

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The Jefferson Township police department is closer to a full complement of 37 officers after the township council meeting of Wednesday, December 4. The township ordinance a… Read more

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Jefferson Township’s council crafted the bright idea to bring electricity rate savings to Jefferson residents. An ordinance passed at the November 13 meeting facilitates th… Read more

The auditorium at the County College of Morris student center had few empty chairs and few dry eyes as the personal and political family of Sen. Anthony R. (Tony) Bucco (R-… Read more

Transparency, Efficiency, Economic Development: Mayor’s Batting Average High During First Months of Tenure Editor’s note: This story was published exclusively in The Jeffer… Read more

Wilsusen Sworn in as First New Mayor in 20 Years Editor’s note: This story was published exclusively in The Jefferson Chronicle DIGEST magazine prior to being made availabl… Read more

Yet another separation agreement, presented at the December 19 town council meeting, has some residents wondering when the practice will end. The latest agreement relates t… Read more

For the first time in history, females have the majority in the Town Council, and they are all Republican. While the mayoral race held on Tuesday, November 6, was a non-sta… Read more