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Walgreens Application Approval Stalled at Madison Planning Board Hearing
September 19, 2012
MADISON, NJ – Signage and application approval for the proposed Walgreens Pharmacy at 122 Main St. were postponed until Tuesday,...
How the Madison Fire Department Has Changed Since 9/11
September 18, 2012
MADISON, NJ - On the anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001 a week ago, the nation paused to remember those who perished. While it was the wors...
Sustainable Madison Committee Explores Host of Projects to Protect and Preserve Local Environment
September 13, 2012
MADISON, NJ – Discussion ranged from anti-idling on school grounds to the community garden to composting when the Sustainable Ma...
Madison School District Sees Major Savings in Debt Service
September 12, 2012
MADISON, NJ – The Madison School District could see close to $2 million in bond service costs, Business Administrator Gary Lane ...
Council Accepts Donation for Madison Recreation Center Field House
September 11, 2012
MADISON, NJ – A donation close to $15,000 from the Madison Athletic Foundation was accepted by the Madison Borough Council at th...
Bagger Talks Christie, Spending, and His New Gig at the Port Authority
September 7, 2012
SUMMIT, NJ – Former state official Rich Bagger had much to say this morning about Governor Chris Christie, his time in the New J...
September 6, 2012
HOPATCONG, NJ – The walls of the council chamber were lined with police officers from the borough, Madison, and the Sussex Count...
Hurricane Isaac to Continue Dumping Rain, Storms Throughout Area
September 4, 2012
Local and state officials are warning residents that the remnants of Hurricane Isaac will continue to lash the area through Wednesday....
Madison Football Eying a Threepeat
September 4, 2012
MADISON, NJ - Over the past two seasons, the Madison football squad has been arguably the most dominant team in the state. Undefea...
State Urges Residents to Take Precautions Against Mosquitoes as a Safeguard Against West Nile Virus
August 31, 2012
The mild winter and rainy summer have significantly increased the mosquito population, and state health officials are warning resident...
Summer Concert Series Continues Friday Night with Hot Blues
August 30, 2012
MADISON, NJ – Summer may be winding down, but Madison is still rocking. The Arts Council of the Morris Area and the Madison Down...
MADISON, NJ – Parents and students may have a safer approach to the drop-off/pick-off procedure on Glenwild Road for Torey J. Sa...
‘Measure for Measure’ Mixes Serious Undertones with Madcap Charm
August 23, 2012
MADISON, NJ – It’s hard to place William Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure.” Is it a comedy or a drama&...
EAST HANOVER, NJ and SUSSEX, NJ – Fans poured into two of the Neilsen Automotive Group Dealerships on Friday and Satu...
End of Season Sale Days Happening Aug. 23-25 in Downtown Madison
August 18, 2012
MADISON, NJ - Summer is winding down, but in downtown Madison, the shopping is still hot. The Madison Chamber of Commerce invites ...
Impaired Driving Enforcement Crackdown to be Conducted Locally as Part of Statewide Campaign
August 15, 2012
MADISON, NJ - Summer could come to an unhappy end if you decide to drink and drive. Law enforcement officers from the Madison Poli...
MADISON, NJ - At its Aug.13 meeting, Borough Council was assured by Drew University representatives that a pub license on the campus w...
Area Police Warn Residents to be Aware of Potential Burglar Access Through Window Air Conditioners
August 13, 2012
After a recent break-in at an area residence, police are warning residents to be aware of another way burglars can gain access to your...
NJDOT Announces Traffic Pattern Changes on Interstate 78 Westbound; Major Highway Rehabilitation Forges on in Essex and Union Counties
August 10, 2012
Beginning on Friday night, Aug. 10, NJDOT’s contractor, a joint-venture of Ferreira Construction and Crisdel Group, is scheduled...
MADISON, NJ - Seventy years and endless donations later, the Independent Thrift Shop in Madison is still turning one man's trash i...
MADISON, NJ - With the release of documents under the Open Public Records Act concerning a suit by Patrolman Anthony Kaspereen, plaint...
Madison Town Hall Meeting on Electric Utility Draws Comments, Questions About Costs and Benefits
August 7, 2012
MADISON, NJ – The Borough of Madison is one of just nine towns in New Jersey to have its own electric utility, Mayor Robert Conl...
Madison Police Chief John Trevena Retires
August 6, 2012
MADISON, NJ - Chief John Trevena announced his retirement today, effective immediately. The vacancy will be discussed as a personnel i...
Cramers Carpet One Customer Wins $500 Cash
July 29, 2012
MADISON, NJ - Cramers Carpet One announced on Friday afternoon that Sharad Gupta as the worldwide sweepstakes winner of The Survey Inv...
MADISON, NJ – In a brief meeting on Tuesday, July 24, the Board of Education approved a number of appointments, d...