Sandy Strikes, Burglary Gang Top Oct. News
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Two residents of Randolph were killed when a tree fell on their car during Hurricane Sandy. Two of their children escaped the fatal wreck.
A father of four is remembered as a hero after a traffic accident claims his life.
Burglaries plaguing the area cropped up throughout October as law enforcement struggled to throw a net around the perpetrators.
144 crosses set up in front of St. Lawrence in Chester set of a firestorm of controversy.
James Sinclair Welch, the man charged in the death of Parker Regan is being held on house arrest in Montana while he awaits trial.
The Chester Borough Council continues to discuss the fate of the Turkey Farm.
Residents came out to Mendham Borough and Chester Township to press the mayors on their position on the West Morris Regional District.
Mendham Borough Councilman Louis Garubo as tickets after allegedly striking an 80-year-old woman in the parking lot of the Kings.
A woman accused of DWI was charged with resisting arrest after officers said she became “combative.”
In September, nine were charged with DWI in Mendham and here we have the recap and map of the stops.