Most Read Mendham-Chester Stories of January
Teen deaths, pedestrian accidents among most popular articles of the month.
The first month of 2013 had several pedestrian related traffic accidents and an unbearably tragic death of two teenagers. But that isn’t all that happened in the Mendham and Chester area, see the list below for a sample of our most read posts of January.
A woman was injured after her car collided with a tractor-trailer on Route 206 in Chester.
The lumber from the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree is being turned into homes for the Morris chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
We began 2013 by voting for the person who impacted our community most in 2012! And you made the nominations and the final selection.
The beginning of the heartbreaking tale of two teens who went missing in Budd Lake.
Uplifting story of the 1,300 plus origami angels delivered to Sarah Stover, the Mendham High School freshman battling cancer.
For the third time in as many months a pedestrian was struck by a car in Chester Borough.
According to the prosecutor, the two boys who perished in Budd Lake fell in while ice fishing.
The Teacher’s Association and the Regional School Board could not reach a compromise over a “sick bank” for Susan Moor, the West Morris Central Nurse with cancer who used all her sick days when her 8-year-old daughter passed away last year.
The community rallied messages of support for Henry Delgado, beloved owner of Chester Bagel after he was burned in a kitchen accident.