Top 10 Headlines of 2012 [Year in Review]
A police chase, a mother bear and her cubs and a new burger joint among year's most popular stories on Caldwells Patch.
The following are the most read stories on Caldwells Patch in 2012.
Helicopters were flying over West Caldwell on a February night after an incident in the township involving police that started at Walgreens.
A Caldwell man who worked as a substitute teacher at Washington Elementary School in West Caldwell in 2010 was charged for possession of child pornography, according to the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office.
A local football rivalry turned ugly when teens from opposing high schools got in a brawl shortly after a close game.
A West Caldwell man made golf history in June when he made two hole-in-ones in the same round at the Donald Ross course at Mountain Ridge Country Club.
School officials removed a student from James Caldwell High School in West Caldwell in December after learning the boy kept a list of eight names in a notebook, according to the district.
A gas station attendant was in the hospital after he was apparently struck in the head during a robbery at the Exxon gas station in Caldwell.
Surely there is a preschool in your town that represents the wonderful experience of early childhood education.
A mother bear and her three cubs were foraging in an area of West Caldwell known as the Gardens in September.
The winner of the Best Burger category in Zagat's Fast Food Survey has a West Caldwell home.
School officials locked down Washington Elementary School in West Caldwell for about an hour on a December afternoon while police investigated reports of a possible gunshot in the area.
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