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Reporter Killed by Car in Randolph Exited Ride Before Reaching Home, say Police

October 20, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ – A local news reporter who died Oct. 14 after being struck by a car in Randolph got out of an Uber or other rideshare vehicle before reaching her Randolph residence, police said today.

The woman, Lindsay Ireland, 26, had been at a Hopatcong restaurant with the family members earlier in the evening, according to Randolph police. They said she and her relatives called the car ...

Summit and Chatham and High School Wrestling Teams to Combine Forces for Upcoming Season; NJSIAA Approves Joint Hilltopper-Cougar Team

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham will join Summit to form a combined wrestling team this winter, it was announced at the Chatham Board of Education meeting on Monday night.

Peter Daquila, board administrator/secretary, revealed (see the video below) that the NJSIAA had approved the merger, according to communication with Bill Librera, Chatham assistant principal.

Daquila noted that ...

School District of the Chathams Seeks Part-Time Paraprofessional Staff for High School and Middle School

The School District of the Chathams is currently hiring part-time paraprofessional staff for our high school and middle school. 

Please contact Beth Grant, Manager of Human Resources, at (973)457-2524 or for further details.  All applications must be submitted via the Human Resources section of the district website.

Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Event Scheduled for Oct. 13

CHESTER, NJ – The Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority will be conducting a hazardous waste collection Saturday, Oct. 13, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Chatham High School.

This event is open to residents of Morris County, but electronic waste will not be accepted.

Residents can drop off materials such as oil-based paints, pool chemicals, pesticides, thermometers, kerosene, ...

Pediatric Cancer Month; Randolph Youth Football Orchestrates Special Memory For Parsippany Player

RANDOLPH, NJ- September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness month, and the Randolph Bulldog youth football program recently honored that by teaching their players something much more important than X’s and O’s on the football field.

Before their game against Parsippany on Saturday Sept. 29, the Bulldog players helped to create a special moment for an opposing player who is fighting ...

Columbus Day Parade in East Hanover Kicks Off at 2pm

EAST HANOVER, NJ -  The Morris County Columbus Day Parade will kick off on Sunday October 7 at 2pm on Ridgedale Avenue in East Hanover.

"This is an outstanding group of honorees who serve as great role models for young people and demonstrate how hard work and family values are the backbone of what Italian Americans are all about,” said parade spokesman William Agnellino.

A Ship in a Yard Means Halloween's Coming to Roxbury

ROXBURY, NJ - Without much effort, you could have snuck right up to Craig Heard the other day as he worked on this year's version of his annual Halloween House display in Succasunna. But scaring him? Not likely.

If the vast array of creepy-crawlies, skulls, pirates, ghosts, vampires and monsters that Heard was arranging didn't bother him, an unexpected ...

Bank Robbery in Florham Park's Bank of America

MORRISTOWN, NJ - At approximately 10:17am this morning, police confirm that a robbery took place at the Bank of America located at 186 Columbia Turnpike in Florham Park.

According to authorities, a male entered the bank branch and demanded money. Review of the surveillance video revealed a suspect who is described as a black male with a goatee, wearing glasses and a baseball ...

Police Seize Drugs with Street Value of Over $1 Million in Morris County

NETCONG, NJ - Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp, Chief of Investigations Stephen Wilson, Jr., and Netcong Police Chief James Blesson announce the arrest of two drug traffickers and the seizure of approximately 10 kilograms of suspected heroin, 10 kilograms of suspected cocaine and $103,180 in U.S. currency.

On Tuesday evening, Sept. 18, a Netcong patrol officer conducted a stop ...

Chatham Superintendent Warns of 'Highly Contagious Whooping Cough' Case at Southern Boulevard; Suspected Case at CMS

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Superintendent Michael LaSusa sent out a letter to district parents Tuesday warning of a case of Pertussis, more commonly known as Whooping Cough, discovered at Southern Boulevard School and a suspected case at the Chatham Middle School.

The letter informs parents of steps to take to avoid contracting the highly contagious disease that spreads by way of coughs and ...


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