Jennifer Jean Miller, New Jersey Herald

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Princess Doe burial plot vandalism another mystery in unsolved case

BLAIRSTOWN — As the circumstances surrounding her murder have remained unknown over the last nearly 38 years, so has the recent assault on her grave in the Cedar Ridge Cemetery where “Princess Doe’s” body was found along a wooded embankment in 1982.Volunteers who have maintained the burial plot of the unknown young woman who was discovered half-clothed, with a bludgeoned face and in a decomposed… → Read More

Moving forward after the virus plateau

Having moved past the peak of the coronavirus crisis, Atlantic Health System’s CEO Brian Gragnolati shared with Facebook Live viewers what is expected next during the pandemic.During Atlantic Health’s weekly “Community Conversations” segment Tuesday entitled “The Path Forward Beyond Covid-19,” Gragnolati and Luke Margolis, Atlantic Health’s director, corporate communications, sported masks and… → Read More

Family has questions in Andover Subacute II death

ANDOVER TOWNSHIP — Family members continue to have questions regarding Andover Subacute and Rehabilition I and II, including Beth Gangi, whose uncle died from COVID-19 in Subacute II.Gangi said Friday her uncle Lawrence Togno’s death certificate, which her family received following his death on April 6, listed manner of death as “natural causes” and cause of death, attributed to the COVID-19… → Read More

Andover Subacute II staffers share about teamwork efforts

ANDOVER TOWNSHIP - Employees from the Andover Subacute and Rehabilitation I and II facilities report the staff has bonded like family, as they work → Read More

Gottheimer calls for briefing on Andover Subacute report

Following the COVID-19 outbreak at the Andover Subacute and Rehabilitation I and II facilities, U.S. Rep. Josh Gottheimer, D-5th Dist., is pursuing → Read More

Spreading joy and hope through reading in uncertain times

NEWTON — When one gives out love, Donna Cross said it replaces fear, a message she would like to spread each time she wears a whimsical costume and → Read More

COVID-19 positive Andover staff outraged at subacute administration

ANDOVER TOWNSHIP — Another Andover Subacute and Rehabilitation employee, who is out ill after a diagnosis with COVID-19, has stepped forward to tell their story, which echoes previous stories of their colleagues.The member of the medical staff from Subacute II is recovering and under self-quarantine, after having tested positive for both COVID-19 and parainfluenza. Their life at home has been… → Read More

County reports two new coronavirus deaths, both in Andover Twp.

On the heels of the State Health Department’s announcement about the Andover Subacute and Rehabilitation I and II facilities’ plan of → Read More

Andover Subacute employees applauded to raise morale

ANDOVER TOWNSHIP — A special drive-by tribute for Andover Subacute and Rehabilitation I and II staff and residents took place Sunday, while several more employees and their union have stepped forward over the past week about the hardships they experienced behind the doors of the facilities.Andover Township Mayor Michael Lensak organized the “slow drive-by with a few horn honks,” tributes during… → Read More

Virus stalls Hopatcong man’s volunteer work on Intrepid

HOPATCONG — Over Jeff Guttenberger’s 79 years on earth, he has witnessed many things, but nothing that compares to the magnitude of the impact of the coronavirus.A volunteer with the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum for the last decade, Guttenberger, a Navy veteran and retiree, had been making the trek twice weekly into New York City to provide guided tours to groups aboard the Intrepid.Each… → Read More

Citations issued against Andover Subacute

State Department of Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli announced Saturday that citations were issued against Andover Subacute and Rehabilitation I → Read More

Andover subacute families speak out

Representatives from both the 24th legislative district and 5th congressional district said Wednesday they have been working to provide assistance to the → Read More

Mural honors those battling COVID-19 on front lines

OGDENSBURG - A local business owner and artist teamed up to deliver cheer and honor those on the front lines of the COVID-19 battle, with a special → Read More

Staff, family seek answers about COVID-19 cases in Andover facilities

ANDOVER TOWNSHIP — As numbers of COVID-19 positive individuals have surged within the township, so have the number of stories from Andover Rehabilitation and Subacute I and II, from staff and families.Andover Township itself has the highest reported coronavirus case count countywide, with 96 cases reported, along with 12 fatalities.The situation at the Andover Subacute facilities is one of many… → Read More

County COVID-19 case count reaches 500

Four more Sussex County residents have died of the novel coronavirus and the total number of cases has jumped to 500 countywide, according to information → Read More

Even a pandemic can’t stop true love

ANDOVER TOWNSHIP — The coronavirus pandemic has put the brakes on a number of events, but it did not stop one couple from marrying recently in a socially-distant-appropriate ceremony on the grounds of the shuttered Farmstead Golf & Country Club.When newlywed Melinda “Mindy” Nix, 40 and her husband Patrick Nix, 41, met as students at Wallkill Valley Regional High School where they graduated in… → Read More

Spreading the Word, not the virus

With the prohibition of large-scale gatherings in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, many churches have found ways to worship virtually and plan to do → Read More

Conservancy group continues preservation efforts for ponds, farmland

The torch has been passed from one land preservation group to another, with the Muckshaw Ponds Preserve — a 534-acre nature preserve and farm in → Read More

Atlantic Health shares information during Facebook event

Over 1,600 individuals from throughout the region tuned into Atlantic Health System’s Facebook Live “Community Conversations” broadcast → Read More

Banks, credit unions, modify hours, operations

Considered an essential service during the COVID-19 crisis, most banks and credit unions throughout the region have modified how they serve and do business with their customers, with hours subject to change and some of locations subject to closure during the pandemic.With the majority of banking institutions encouraging online banking whenever possible to maintain optimal social distancing, in… → Read More