Week in Review: Taco Bell Closes, Church Pulls Plans, Teens Hold Car Wash
Here's what you may have missed this week...
How upsetting this news is to you depends on what you think of the fast-food Mexican chain restaurant. Still it's another empty business in a prominent area on Bloomfield Avenue that has been targeted by the township council for rehabilitation.
Personette Street residents opposed to a church on their block may have had their prayers answered. Life Source Church has withdrawn its pending application to the Caldwell Planning Board. What is the fate of the Knights of Columbus building?
Residents of the Caldwells have an excellent track record when it comes to rallying around neighbors in need. This week, local teenagers organized a car wash at Notre Dame Church in North Caldwell to raise money for a young parishioner who has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
Don't fret if you missed the first Monday Night Cruise at Calandra's. Patch was there and took a gallery of photos of the classic, muscle and sports cars that rolled into the parking lot for the first of seven consecutive Monday evening cruises.
For those looking for a cold beer and a good burger, the Verona Inn has been a mainstay just up the road for 65 years. The pub recently moved to a new location in the center of town. Let's just say this is not your grandfather's "V.I." Check it out.
Have a question or news tip? Contact editor Teresa Akersten at Teresa.Akersten@patch.com.