10 Most Read November Stories on Caldwells Patch
Here are a few of the stories that caught readers' attention last month on Caldwells Patch.
A message from Mayor Ann Dassing says PSE&G main transfer station to area was flooded.
Here's a look at how the historic storm has impacted the Caldwells.
A system for dispensing gas was ordered to combat long lines at the pump in 12 counties throughout the state.
The Caldwell Council race was too close to call on Election night. With all districts reporting, Republican incumbent Richard Hauser and Democratic candidate Edward Durkin were in the lead for the two open seats on the borough council. Hauser received 1,503 votes and Durkin had 1,500 votes, according to early results posted by the Essex County Clerk.
A Waste Management garbage truck snapped dangling power lines at the intersection of Bloomfield and St. Charles avenues dragging one of the live wires down onto the truck. The incident occurred when the truck was picking up garbage at an apartment complex on Bloomfield Avenue and hit the low-hanging wires.
A 66-year-old man was struck by a car while crossing Bloomfield Avenue in West Caldwel.
North Caldwell Mayor Joseph Alessi reported 100 percent of the borough remained without power after what he called the “worst storm of our lifetime.”
The West Caldwell Police Department was collecting donations of household items to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Democrat Edward Durkin and Republican incumbent Richard Hauser waited nearly two weeks to learn Monday they won the Caldwell Council race, which was too close to call when the machine votes were counted on election night.
The Madrigal Singers from James Caldwell High School in West Caldwell have been invited to perform at Radio City Musical Hall in New York on Wednesday, Dec. 12.
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