The town lies upon the slope of a gentle hill, of mingled slate and limestone, at whose foot a spring sends forth the first waters of the Paulinskill, the chief river of the county … Some of the dwellings are very neat: the place has an air of business, and there is in fact a very considerable trade carried on with the surrounding country. In healthiness of situation, by the report of the inhabitants, it cannot be excelled.
~Thomas Gordon, 1834.
For the history of Newton, visit History of Newton, New Jersey (newtonnj.net)
For Newton government, including a downtown map and parking information, visit Newton, NJ – Official Website | Official Website (newtontownhall.com)
For visitor information, visit Search | VisitNJ.org
For census data, visit U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts: Newton town, New Jersey
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