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These mendham, NJ based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to mendham..
Savor the Flavor: 6 Must-Try Italian Restaurants in Randolph
In this article, we're exploring six captivating Italian restaurants in Randolph. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of them? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Weekly Safety Report: Harassment, Honoring, Promotions, Patrol, Theft, and Capture in Morris County, NJ
This week in Morris County, New Jersey, several incidents occurred that are important to note for the weekly safety report. These incidents include a caregiver being charged with harassing a client, the honoring of the outgoing president of the Morris County Police Chiefs Association, the promotion and swearing-in of new officers in the Morris County Sheriff's Office, an increase in patrol by the Butler Police Department, a request for neighborhood assistance regarding a package theft by the Florham Park Police Department, and the capture of a wanted man at a Morris County hospital.
Deer shot dead by police has some misguided people in NJ angry (Opinion)
Some called him Melvin. Others called him Chester. Now you could just kinda call him dinner. A Sussex County drama went down in Andover Township last month where a local beloved deer that had lost its natural fear of humans was shot to death by police. It began almost a...
Weekly Safety Report: Car Overturn, Racism Scandal, Robbery, Fire, Suicide Attempt, and Car Theft Impact Union County, New Jersey
This week in Union County, New Jersey, several incidents occurred that impacted the safety of the community. These incidents included a car overturning on Morris Avenue, a racism scandal involving police officials in Clark Township, a robbery leading to gun violence in Elizabeth, police officers saving a man attempting suicide in Garwood, a fire at a problematic apartment building in Plainfield, and the capture of car thieves in Linden.
BCEF Seeks Donations for Accessibility Renovations at Local St. John Baptist Community's Garden of Hope
The Bishop’s Church Emergency Fund (BCEF) has issued its fourth call of 2023. This call is for the Community of St. John Baptist (CSJB) in Mendham, New Jersey. The BCEF provides financial aid for church buildings needing repairs and renovation. They are currently seeking donations for the Garden of Hope accessibility renovations at CSJB. Donations can be made online or by check to the Diocese of Newark, referencing BCEF Call #4.
400 chickens killed, equipment destroyed in N.J. barn fire
HOPE, N.J. -- Hundreds of animals were killed when a barn burned to the ground in New Jersey, the Hope Volunteer Fire Department says.The fire started just after midnight Friday at Hope Cress Farms in Warren County.The Hope Volunteer Fire Department says 40 pigs and 400 chickens in the barn were killed, and farming equipment and tractors were destroyed.One of the volunteer firefighters who arrived on the scene is the son of the farm's owners."I heard the address. I couldn't believe it. You don't expect to hear your own address come over the pager ... I saw the wall of flames from almost a half mile away. When I pulled in the driveway, I saw it was our barn," said Lane Van Grouw.No one was hurt by the fire.The cause remains under investigation.
Weekly Safety Report: Burglaries and Arrests in Somerset County, New Jersey
This week in Somerset County, New Jersey, there were several incidents involving burglaries and arrests. A fugitive of the month went on an 11-day burglary spree in South Bound Brook, resulting in charges of burglary, intent to defraud, credit card theft, and resisting arrest. Bridgewater Police made two arrests in relation to multiple vehicle burglaries in Bradley Gardens, with charges pending for possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Raritan Police are investigating an increase in home burglaries and attempts in the Cardinal Woods area. The Somerville Police Department is asking residents to donate blankets and paper goods for distribution to those in need.
Weekly Safety Report: Shooting, Vehicle Chase, and Triple Murder Shake Middlesex County, New Jersey
In the past week, there have been three incidents in Middlesex County, New Jersey that have raised concerns about safety. These incidents include a shooting outside a bar in New Brunswick, the arrest of a murder suspect after a vehicle chase in Edison, and a triple murder in South Plainfield. These incidents highlight the need for increased vigilance and security measures in the area.
Body found in creek at N.J. park identified as local resident, cops say
Police are investigating after a man’s body was recovered Thursday from a creek at Watsessing Park in East Orange. Officers from the Essex County Sheriff’s Office were called to the Park at 5:38 p.m. for a report of a body in the creek, according to a joint statement from the office and Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens II.
Discovering Mendham Borough: A Comprehensive Overview of Morris County's Pride
Mendham Borough, located in Morris County, is a charming suburb of New York City with a population of 4,976. It is considered one of the best places to live in New Jersey, offering residents a suburban rural mix feel. With its highly rated public schools and a strong sense of community, Mendham Borough is an ideal place to call home.
Dover to Hold Special Council Meeting to Discuss New Fire Truck
DOVER – The Dover Township Council has scheduled a special meeting for Tuesday, December 12, at 6:00 p.m. The meeting’s agenda includes the discussion of a Bond Ordinance that pertains to the acquisition of a “Pierce Triple Combination Pumper.”. The ordinance seeks to allocate $543,829 for this...
Woman, Dog Injured When Struck by Car in Westfield Friday, Chief Says
WESTFIELD, NJ — A 72-year-old woman and her dog were injured when they were struck by a car Friday afternoon, Police Chief Christopher Battiloro said. The crash happened at about 4:51 p.m. at the intersection of West Grove Street and Boulevard, he said. “It was determined that a 72-year Westfield resident was struck by a vehicle traveling west on West Grove Street, this while she was walking north and crossing the street at the intersection of Boulevard,” Battiloro said. “The victim was provided initial emergency medical care on the scene by Westfield police officers and then firefighters, and was subsequently transported to Morristown Memorial Hospital by the Westfield Rescue Squad and paramedics,” he said. The dog was transported by Westfield police officers to an emergency animal hospital on behalf of the victim, he said. The 74-year-old driver of the mid-sized sedan remained at the scene and fully cooperated with police, Battiloro said. Investigation into the crash by the Westfield Police Department’s Traffic Safety Bureau remains ongoing, Battiloro said. The Westfield Police Department was assisted at the scene by the Union County Police’s Accident Investigation Unit, he said.
Weekly Safety Report: Guilty Plea, Motel Shooting, Burglaries, Assault, Broadway Shooting, and Armed Robbery in Essex County, New Jersey
This week in Essex County, New Jersey, several incidents occurred, including a guilty plea from an ex-con who shot two victims, an arrest in connection to a motel shooting, multiple burglary attempts, an assault on a rideshare driver, a shooting investigation, and an armed robbery.
Discover the 5 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in Somerset County, New Jersey
New Jersey’s Somerset County is home to wealthy and highly educated people. It does, however, also have areas with different degrees of safety. Somerset County continues to have a lower violent crime rate than the national average, but it has a greater rate of property crime, according to NeighborhoodScout’s crime data.
This was named the best steakhouse in New Jersey
Everybody loves a good steak, right? It’s an American favorite: a thick piece of meat cooked to perfection. You could argue forever about which steakhouse is the best, and everyone will have their personal favorite. Yelp, the review site, decided to do exactly that. Yelp wanted to identify the...
Code Blue in Effect for Morristown and Morris County; Dec. 8, Dec. 11 and Dec. 12
MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - A Code Blue has been issued for Morris County for December 8, December 11 and December 12. Temperatures are expected to fall into the 30's tonight, stated the National Weather Service. The weather forecast, according to the National Weather Service, for the rest of the week is as follows: A Flood Watch has been issued for Sunday night into Monday due to heavy rain and wind. Warming Center locations can be found at: https://www.nj211.org/njcodeblue
Lane Closures Scheduled at I-78 Westbound Warren County Route 519
PHILLIPSBURG, NJ – The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission (DRJTBC) announced that a series of daytime and overnight lane closures are scheduled for a portion of I-78 westbound in Pohatcong Township, N.J. The restrictions will begin next week, December 10, 2023 during low-traffic-volume overnight hours – 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. and finish Wednesday, December 13, 2023. Weather may impact the work anticipated. The portion of I-78 westbound will be restricted to a single open travel lane (two of three lanes closed). During higher-volume daytime and early evening hours – 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. – I-78 westbound will...
Weekly Safety Report: Indictment and Burglaries Hit Piscataway Township, New Jersey
In Piscataway Township, New Jersey, two incidents occurred this week. The first incident involved a Piscataway man who was indicted on charges of conspiracy and official misconduct for an incident at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women in January 2021. The second incident involved multiple burglaries at Rutgers University's Piscataway campus, where a man dressed in black targeted the Athletic Performance Center, the Livingston parking deck, and the Livingston dining hall.
Weekly Safety Report: Fatal Shooting and Sentencing in East Orange, New Jersey
Two incidents occurred in East Orange, New Jersey this week. The first incident involved the fatal shooting of a 35-year-old woman from Roselle. The second incident involved two men being sentenced for shooting a taxi driver during a robbery.