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Can you help us identify the Kiwanis golfers in these pictures Gene Collerd took at a Caldwell-West Essex Charity Tournament several years ago?
Do you remember shopping at J J Newberry’s five & dime store in Caldwell? What kinds of things could you buy there?
We need your help identifying The Caldwell Order of Demolay drummer.
The Park Theatre was a beloved destination and landmark in Caldwell from 1925 until it burnt down in 1974. What do you remember about it?
One hundred-forty years ago on April 4, 1873 despite economic panic sweeping the nation, local leaders had the courage, foresight and wisdom to make a long-term investment in education.
100 years ago this year, old ladies perched on rooftops and cameramen hung from ladders outside the Grover Cleveland Birthplace to watch the deed to the property change hands.
Gene Collerd's pictures of Gruning's Ice Cream & Candy on Bloomfield Avenue bring back sweet memories.
It was 61-years-ago this weekend, after a run of 56 years, that trolleys were replaced by buses in Caldwell.
The first trolleys came to Caldwell in 1896, but not without a fight. Trolleys were a hot button issue in this part of the world in the 1890s. Read excerpts from The Caldwell News.
When Bloomfield Avenue was a dirt road.
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