Not only have we hit the end of the week, but we’re saying goodbye to the last full month of summer, too! Crazy how time flies, isn’t it?
It was a big week of news, so let’s see what went on. Click on the headline for the full article.
It took a special meeting and an extra vote, but the West Morris Regional Board of Education approved – narrowly – the contracts for facility monitors at each of the district’s high schools.
A scary situation unfolded this week when a skunk got into an altercation with a family’s dog. After being bitten, the dog was tested and it was revealed the skunk, which bit the dog, had rabies.
The 4th Annual Columbia Trail Tromp was a hit, again, as some 250 participants helped raise $10,000 and walked, ran and biked through Long Valley and Califon last Sunday.
The Washington Township Community Garden became a finalist in a national competition with PNC Bank, which will give a lucky winner $500 for “wish list” items. But first the WTCG needs your vote!
We took a look around and noticed three of our biggest farms in the area are chock full of awesomeness. See what each one did with its annual cornfield maze and how you can participate.