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Madison Area YMCA club delivers dog and cat toys to shelters
MADISON - The Madison Area YMCA’s "Togetherhood" committee and Cub Scouts from Madison’s Pack 124 came together this season to make homemade toys for dogs and cats at St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center at 575 Woodland Ave. in Chatham Township and the Mount Pleasant Animal Shelter at 194 Route 10 in
Olnowich Scores Two Goals in the 1st Period to Send Undefeated Chatham-Madison Girls Ice Hockey Past Westfield, 6-0
Molly Coyne, Rachel Bear, McKenna O'Connor and Kara Groh each scored a goal in the first period when Chatison (5-0) moved to a 6-0 lead. Hannah Bedell contributed two assists for Madison-Chatham, which received five saves from goalie Ginger Boles in the shutout.
Events in New Jersey on 12-16-2018
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"Hate Has No Home" at Congressman Frelinghuysen's Office on Move Out Day.....
MORRISTOWN, NJ - Friday December 14th was move out day for Congressman Frelinghuysen. As the final pieces of furniture and belongings came out of the Congressional office on Schuyler Place in Morristown, demonstrators entered the building. Like most Fridays of the past two years, the day was fraught
Former Madison Cop Charged With Evidence Tampering: Prosecutor
MADISON, NJ - Former Madison Police Officer Nicholas R. Lunetta, 31, of Scotch Plains, was arrested Wednesday and charged with tampering with evidence and the obstruction of a criminal investigation, according to Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and Chief Thomas Bryan of the Edison Police
Morris County 4-H: Issues Highest Honors Including Randolph Teen
Kristen Briney of Chester was named 4-Her of the Year. She is a member of the Dogs R Us 4-H dog-training club and Teen Council 4-H leadership club. The 2018 National Leadership Award recipients were Elizabeth Kaufmann of Wharton and Johanna Pipoli of Randolph.
West Orange HS boys’ basketball team to tip off the season
WEST ORANGE, NJ – The West Orange High School boys’ basketball team will tip off the season tonight, Dec. 14, against Newark Central at home at 7 p.m. The Mountaineers, under head coach Demond Cowins, hope to have another successful season after going 16-10 last winter.
Toy Soldier Statue Stolen From the Morristown Green; Help Find the Grinch Who Did it
MORRISTOWN, NJ - A six foot tall toy soldier statue that was being used as a decoration for the Christmas Festival on the Morristown Green has been stolen, said the Morristown Police Department.
Senior Center of Chathams has January all mapped out
THE CHATHAMS - As it bids farewell to retiring Executive Director Pam Mansfield and welcomes incoming Executive Director Julie Reich, the Senior Center of the Chathams, located in the lower level of the Chatham Township Municipal Building at 58 Meyersville Road, has its activities and programs for J
Union Police Warn Residents of Phone Scam
“Our police department will not call you up and ask for money, even if you have warrants. A citizen reported that he received a phone call and the caller ID showed the main phone number for police HQ.
South Orange Police Blotter - Motorcycle Stolen When Man Does Not Return After Taking it on 'Test Drive'
Theft of Motorcycle - A So. Stanley Road resident reported that on Saturday, Dec. 1, at approximately 3:25 pm, he met with a subject who was interested in buying a blue and white, Yamaha YZ 125 dirt bike type motorcycle he was selling. The subject took the dirt bike for a test drive down the street
Artie Lange avoids jail but tests positive for cocaine at N.J. court appearance. ‘It’s in my system’
Comedian Artie Lange, who appeared in state Superior Court in Newark for a probation violation on Friday, avoided jail time even though he tested positive for drugs. Instead, Judge Nancy Sivilli directed Lange’s attorney to make an application to drug court. If Lange is not accepted into the program
Car Accident Closes Woodland Road In Madison
MADISON, NJ - A motor vehicle crash shut down Woodland Road in both directions Friday, according to the Madison Police Department. Madison Police said that the closure is between Green Village Road and Green Avenue. Officials didn't estimate how long the road would remain closed, but cautioned motor
Video catches 'Grinch' stealing toy soldier from Morristown Green Christmas fest
Morristown police are hot on the trail of a cold-blooded thief who swiped a life-size toy soldier from the Christmas Festival display at the Morristown Green. The Grinch-level theft was captured on surveillance video that the Morristown Partnership business association released Friday in hopes that
Northern State Corrections Officer Charged with Sexual Assault of Inmate
Newark – Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II, announced today that Avril D. Richardson, 45, of Elizabeth has been charged with second degree sexual assault for engaging in sexual conduct with an inmate at Northern State Prison, where she was employed as a senior correctional poli
Friedland lands $84M in financing for 817-827 Madison Avenue
Money from M&T Bank looks to have been consolidated from pair of prior liens. Friedland Properties has received an $83.6 million mortgage from M&T Bank for 817-827 Madison Avenue.
East Orange man convicted of triple murder
NEWARK, NJ — Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens II announced Dec. 12 that an Essex County jury has convicted Jeffrey Holland, 30, of East Orange of triple murder for the killing of Tiniquah Rouse, 21; Ashley Jones, 23; and Jarrell Marshall, 28.
Morris Co. Custodian Charged With Sexual Assault In His Home
HARDING, NJ — A man who worked as a school custodian in Harding has been arrested and charged with sexual assault and child endangerment for inappropriately touching a 6-year-old female child.
Photos: Madison Realty Capital’s 2018 holiday bash
Instead of its usual stomping grounds high above the Meatpacking District at the top of the Standard Hotel, the firm hosted guests this year at the Spring Studios event space last Wednesday night.
Community Rallies Around Hero Morris Co. Cop Injured In Crash
MOUNT ARLINGTON, NJ — Two days after a hero Mount Arlington police officer was seriously injured in the line of duty, Morris County cops and locals are rallying to show their support.