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(9) Madison Falls to (8) Summit 2-0 in Second Round of the State Tournament

February 25, 2017

UNION, NJ – The Summit Hilltoppers got the best of the Madison Dodgers on Friday evening, winning 2-0 in the second round of the NJSIAA Public B Tournament.  Summit will play top-seeded Glen Rock in the quarterfinals on Monday, February 27th.

After heading into the second period tied, 0-0, the Dodgers had a chance to take the lead after a Summit penalty.  Unfortunately, they ...

Mary Comito State Farm Madison Athlete of The Week: Kyriakos Kostidakis

MADISON, NJ — Kostidakis beat Tavlan Zafis of Warren Hills, 5-2, to win the gold medal and has been selected as the Mary Comito State Farm Madison Athlete of The Week.

“Once I took second in counties, I kind of knew I could hang with these guys,” Kostidakis said, after taking first place in the heavyweight division for the District 12 wrestling tournament.

Madison Fourth Grade Team Wins Championship For Patriot Indoor Box Lacrosse League

MADISON, NJ  -  Winning the championship game, the fourth grade Madison team went undefeated in the Indoor Patriot Box Lacrosse League this season.  The team came back from being behind five goals with five minutes on the clock to defeat Watchung Hills. 

The following Madison and Harding Twp boys are members of the team: James Fox, Caleb Hewes, Jack Holland, Leo London, ...

Helicopter Crashes Behind Apartments in Chatham; Pilot, Passeger Survive

February 24, 2017

CHATHAM, NJ - A helicopter made a crash landing behind the Suburban Court apartment complex at 525 Main St. in Chatham on Friday evening, landing between the parking garages.

The crash occurred 6:20 p.m. and the pilot reportedly walked away from the accident while a passenger was taken to the hospital with lower back pain.

"At approximately 6:20 tonight, we had a helicopter ...

Three Alarm Fire in Downtown Madison Displaces Residents and Two Main Street Businesses

MADISON, NJ - A third floor fire in a residential apartment at 49 Main Street in downtown Madison quickly escalated to the three alarm fire a little after 5p.m. Sunday Feb. 19 said officials. 

The building which is now uninhabitable until structural repairs can be made houses two floors of residential apartments and two commercial first floor businesses, including the Bagel ...

Madison Hosts March for Peace Focusing on 'Beloved Community'

February 23, 2017

MADISON, NJ - A candlelight vigil took place in downtown Madison tonight as part of a March for Peace, organized by leaders from the College of St. Elizabeth, Drew University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, as well as Madison's religious community. The vigil was not political, but instead focused on Dr. Martin Luther King's goals for the "beloved ...

Madison Turns Town Yellow to Celebrate International Day of Happiness

February 23, 2017

MADISON, NJ -  Madison will set precedent as the first US town to celebrate the United Nation’s global holiday ‘International Day of Happiness’ (IDoH) designated as March 20th with a 8 weeks long program called “Paint the Town Yellow”.  

The program is a town-wide initiative beginning on Main Street, Madison this March and ...

New Integrative Dental Center Opens at Adams Dental in Madison

MADISON, NJ - The new Integrative Dental Center at Adams Dental is an extension of the preventive care that Dr. Adams has been offering patients for 25 years. The focus of the Center is to incorporate big picture thinking and solutions to help patients who have crowded teeth, airway and breathing issues, sleep apnea and oromotor disorders.

“Something as common as crowded teeth may have ...

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New Jersey Youth Symphony Announces Bring A Buddy Week March 12-16

February 24, 2017

NEW PROVIDENCE—The New Jersey Youth Symphony (NJYS) invites students in grades 3-11 to attend a rehearsal during its annual Bring A Buddy Week March 12-16 at 570 Central Avenue in New Providence. Students are encouraged to bring their instrument and sit in on the first half of a rehearsal with an ensemble appropriate to their grade and experience level. Bring A Buddy Week is free and open ...

Chatham Middle School Moms Appear on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to Talk About Emphasis of Islam in Class

February 21, 2017

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham moms Libby Hilsenrath and Nancy Gayer made their case about the Chatham Middle School's 7th Grade "World Cultures and Geography" class on national television's "Tucker Carlson Tonight" show, which aired on the Fox News Channel 9 p.m. Monday night.

The Chatham residents told how they questioned the emphasis on Islam in the class at the ...