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August 5, 2020

WAYNE, NJ – This morning we reported that the PSE&G Outage Map showed power restorations to happen in Wayne on Aug 6 and 7. The Map has been updated and although some areas still have an Aug 6 or Aug 7 restoration date, many now say August 9, and some say: “Assessing Condition.” The ...

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WAYNE, NJ - The storm has passed, leaving in its wake a path of destruction. Power is out all over Wayne and although PSE&G have some estimates for restoration for some areas, many residents remain in the dark both figuratively and literally.  The PSE&G Outage Map provides some areas of ...

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WAYNE, NJ - Tropical Storm Isaias has left a path of destruction across New Jersey with every county reporting power outages, Trees are down, branches litter streets and lawns. Over 1.3 Million New Jersey customers without power, according to tracking done by Power Outage USA. In Passaic ...

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WAYNE, NJ - The Morris County Board of Freeholders, in a unanimous vote last month, authorized county purchasing officials to move ahead on the bidding process for the construction of a 4.8 mile pedestrian and bike path that will run along an abandoned section of the New York Susquehanna & ...

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WAYNE, NJ – This Saturday, under new social-distancing guidelines, Wayne’s first public event will be held since the shut-down began back in Mid-March.  The Wayne Farmer’s Market will invite the public out to shop local vendors for fresh meats, produce and goodies. If you visited the Farmer’s ...

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WAYNE, NJ – A thick, dark curtain seems to hide our old way of life. It has cast a gloom over us for the past five weeks. Today, the curtain was lifted a little, and sunlight streamed in like a spring day.  On one of the most beautiful days of the year, after what seems like weeks of rain, Wayne ...

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WAYNE, NJ - At the last Wayne Town council meeting, Councilman-At-Large Joe Schweighardt and Mayor Chris Vergano weighed in on the issues of clothing bins around Wayne.  See Story “My concern is the clothing bins are not kept up according to ordinance and the contracts we have with the owners," ...

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WAYNE, NJ – Steve Jones, a bartender at Lakeside Restaurant on Packanack Lake rescued a swan that had become entangled in fishing line and found itself trapped on the lake. The whole incident was caught on video. The swan was first noticed on Tuesday, January 21 but it wasn’t until the next day ...

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WAYNE, NJ - You don’t have to travel to New England to enjoy a glorious display of fall foliage. Many beautiful trees are showing their colors at Laurelwood Arboretum.  "Fall is my favorite time to visit Laurelwood," said photographer Lorraine Meyer. "For three reasons: Reds, yellows and ...

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For two days at the end of October, Dey Mansion will come alive again as General George Washington’s headquarters as it was in 1780.  During the weekend event held October 26 and 27 enactors will camp at the Dey Mansion and live life as if it were 1780.  “Guests can expect to learn what life ...

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WAYNE, NJ - The Village Inn on Runnymede Drive in Wayne to most is just a fine dining restaurant with a cozy bar; a nice place to enjoy a good meal and time with friends. Not many truly understand the historic nature of the building itself, or of its famous inhabitant revered across two continents ...

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WAYNE, NJ – The weather couldn’t have been better on Saturday evening for the Dey Mansion Garden Extravaganza and ribbon-cutting that marked the official opening of the newly restored Olmsted Garden. Several of the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders were present for the ceremony, ...

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