Top-10 Most Read Warren Stories of 2012

Tracking power service, your Pics and Clips, online drug fraud charges, skeletal remains and JCP&L inaccuracies among year's most viewed stories.

Where Has Power Been Restored?

Our interactive map tracked the restoration of electrical power following Superstorm Sandy over the first two weeks of November.

Hockey Team Supports Toys for Tots

The hockey team photo was just the latest photo submitted by readers for our Pics and Clips Gallery, which readers enjoyed through the year.

Online Drug Sales Scheme Allegedly Tied to Warren Pharmacist

New York U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara filed a complaint Nov. 30 charging Peter Riccio with participating in an online drug sales fraud.

Hunters Find Human Remains in Green Brook

The Medical Examiner's Office has been studying the remains since the discovery in February—so far, all they know is that the victim was male.

Many were suspicious even before Mayor Carolann Garafola said the information she heard in conference calls with state officials didn't jibe with what residents were telling her.

Teacher Contract Dispute Sparks Student Protest

Watchung Hills Regional students decided not to stand on the sidelines in March as the contract talks stretched into a ninth month. 

Two Seriously Hurt After Vehicle Strikes Pole

Warren resident Steven Russo, 26, and two friends were returing from volunteering at an event in Berkeley Heights in July, when the vehicle they were in went off the road, sending Russo and the driver to the hospital.

Supporters Urge Library to Reinstate Fired Employee

Library patrons and staffers were upset when Warren Library Circulation Supervisor Larry Sapienza was fired in April.

Five Things to Know About Groundhog Day and Time Travel Physics

Princeton University physicist Richard Gott wrote an excellent guide to time travel physics, which we pondered on Groundhog Day.

Two women were killed on I-78 early Thanksgiving morning when the vehicle they were in went off the roadway.


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