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Janet's Law to be Implemented in Madison Beginning Next Month
August 25, 2014
MADISON, NJ - Legislation signed by Gov. Chris Christie last year requiring public and private schools to acquire, train and plan...
Main Street Repaving Rescheduled in Madison
August 25, 2014
MADISON, NJ - The paving project originally scheduled for earlier this month in the borough has been rescheduled. Overnight paving...
Grace Church Choir Season to Perform at Winchester Cathedral
August 22, 2014
MADISON, NJ - The choirs of Grace Church, Madison, under the direction of organist/choir director Dr. Anne Matlack begin rehearsals an...
WEST ORANGE, NJ - In December 2013, Union Township Police Officer Dave Cuozzo's life nearly ended from a rare viral infection ...
No Parking in East St. Lot Until September
August 19, 2014
MADISON, NJ - The borough's engineering department has announced the closure of the East Street parking lot for the rest of August...
Shakespeare Theatre Offering New Classes This Fall
August 19, 2014
MADISON, NJ - The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey has expanded its roster of offerings for the upcoming fall sem...
Mayor Conley Welcomes Newly Installed Drew University President
August 15, 2014
MADISON, NJ – Mayor Bob Conley officially welcomed newly appointed Drew University President MaryAnn Baenninger to Madison on We...
Farifax Court Resident Reports Car Fire
August 13, 2014
MADISON, NJ – A Farifax Court resident will be searching for a new car. Early Wednesday morning, the Madison police and fire...
MADISON, NJ - Brian Culligan, a 15-year-old drummer and bassist from Madison, was chosen to represent School of Rock Ch...
Madison Summer Clam Bake Set for Aug. 16
August 9, 2014
MADISON, NJ - The Downtown Development Commission, Madison Borough Council and Madison Main Street Foundation will...
St. Huberts to Host Ice Cream Social Aug. 13
August 8, 2014
MADISON, NJ - Families and their dogs will be welcome at an upcoming event to benefit animal shelters. St. Hubert’s Animal W...
New Jersey School Systems Rank No. 1 According to Study
August 7, 2014
Last spring, the School District of the Chathams was ranked No. 9 in New Jersey and No. 209 nationally in a study produced by U.S. New...
Madison Roads Closed for Construction
August 6, 2014
MADISON, NJ - More roadwork will mean more road closures around the borough on Wednesday. Madison police are advising travelers to...
WEST CALDWELL, NJ - Dana Longo will be the new teaching instructional supervisor of Mathematics, Business and Technology for the 2014-...
Restriping Shuts Down Central Avenue
August 3, 2014
MADISON, NJ - Central Avenue, which was closed Sunday night, will remain closed Monday morning as the Morris County Road Department co...
Madison Cinema 4 to be Site for Exclusive New Jersey Premiere of 'Decoding Annie Parker'
July 31, 2014
MADISON, NJ - The New Jersey premiere of the film Decoding Annie Parker will be hosted by the Male Breast Cancer Coalition at 7 p...
Rotary's Pig Roast Fundraiser Exceeds Goal
July 30, 2014
MADISON, NJ - On Saturday, July 12, the Rotary Club of Madison hosted a fundraising pig roast to raise needed funds for medical expens...
MADISON, NJ – Following a presentation by Assistant Borough Administrator Jim Burnet, the Madison Council agreed to keep its cur...
Madison Council Back from 'Vacation' on Monday
July 28, 2014
MADISON, NJ - After skipping a regularly scheduled week at the beginning of fhe month due to the vacations of several council members,...
Roadwork Causes Relocation of Summer Seminars
July 27, 2014
MADISON, NJ - Ongoing road construction projects have forced a relocation of two summer seminar programs this week. The following ...
MADISON, NJ – A Walk in the PARCC was the theme for a field test presented by Matthew Mingle, director of Curriculum and Instruc...
Library to Screen 'The Monuments Men' Wed., July 23
July 22, 2014
MADISON, NJ - The Wednesday Night film series continues at the Madison Public Library with a screening of the 2014 release The Monumen...
UNION BEACH, NJ - Union Beach Schools Superintendent Joseph Annibale presented a plaque to Madison Council President Bob Landrigan rec...
Bear Sighted Near Green Avenue
July 21, 2014
MADISON, NJ - A bear was sighted on Monday in an area near Green Avenue, Madison Police have reported. The department issued the f...
Madison Farmers' Market to Feature Yoga on Thursday
July 16, 2014
MADISON, NJ - The farmers' market will feature a free yoga class this Thursday, July 17. The Madison Farmers' Market, spon...