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Boy Hit By Car, Trucks Hitting Bridges Top Local News

Think you missed anything in the Chathams this week?

Witnesses say the boy was not using the crosswalk on Lafayette Avenue, according to police.

Multiple Bridge Strikes Concern Borough Officials

Engineer to write a letter asking NJ Transit to address the ongoing issue.

New Providence residents face cocaine, marijuana and tampering with evidence charges.

Down Pole Closes River Road

Tractor trailer hit utility pole in Summit during the overnight hours Saturday.

New Trash Bags Ordered Due to Tearing Concerns

Chatham Borough also considers increasing supply of bags for Pay As You Throw program.

BOE Could Start Broadcasting Meetings

Meetings would likely be videotaped and broadcast at a later time.

Chatham Teen Drives Through Store Window

16-year-old with a learner's permit, took car while parents were away and crashed into New Providence clothing store, police said.

New Standardized Tests Coming to Chatham Schools

Exams will have pilot trial this year and issued to students in the 2014-15 school year.

Truck's Cargo Strikes Fairmount Ave. Bridge

Police issued a summons for careless driving.

Shunpike Field to Receive More Lighting

Two additional light poles to be added to Shunpike Field; Meanwhile, on Crestwood Drive, the Chatham Township Committee hires a local contractor to finish the paving job another contractor has failed to complete.

Over 20 School Staff Make Tenure

Dr. Michael LaSusa presented the staff members to the Board of Education Monday.

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