Reward for Info on Caldwell Man's Murder and Other Top Stories
Make sure you didn't miss any of this week's big headlines.
Each Sunday, Caldwells Patch will share the top stories from the previous week's coverage. Did you miss any of these big headlines?
—Reward for Info on Caldwell Man's Murder: A cash reward of up to $5,000 is being offered to anyone with information that will lead to the arrest of the suspects who shot and killed a Caldwell man in Newark last August.
—100-year-old Tree's Days Are Numbered: The Caldwell First Presbyterian Church has announced that the century-old maple tree on the church grounds is sick and will be removed as soon as the borough issues approval.
—Man Plays Historic Two Hole-In-One Round: Errol Cook, 73, a retired financial executive and Mountain Ridge member for 35 years, has played golf most of his life, but never hit a hole-in-one until acing both the 14th and 16th holes last Saturday.
—Are We the YOLO Generation?: James Caldwell High School Valedictorian Jackson Salter asked this question of the Class of 2012.
—Officer Leads Caldwell Police in DWI Arrests: Caldwell Police Officer William Roberts was honored for the second year in a row for his efforts in arresting impaired drivers in the borough.
—Poll: Do You Agree with Supreme Court Healthcare Ruling?: Thousands of Patch readers respond to poll about Supreme Court decision upholding most of President Obama's signature health care reform legislation. What side are you on?