Coverage of the was this week's top story. The accident claimed the lives of Tonya Gordon, 44, of Somerville, and Natasha Melendez, 20, whose address hasn't been released by police, and sent Davante Gordon, 20, of Somerville, and an 11-year-old boy to Morristown Medical Center.
Other top stories this week included:
Parents trying to plan srping vacations and winter trips have been waiting for local school boards to reset the school calendars to make up for the time lost after Hurricane Sandy. Monday, the Watchung Hills Regional Board of Education met and picked the days students will be in school—and so far, at least, spring break is intact. Plan away...
Couple's Charity to Salute Doctors Who Enabled Son to Walk
Adam and Danielle Yenish say the work done by Dr. Harold vanBosse at the Shriners Hospital, in Philadelphia, to help their young son "AJ" made "the impossible, possible." Now, they want to raise a glass to recognize the hospital.
Sandy Cleanup Costs in Warren Expected to Top $125K
The Township Committee approved an initial appropriation for cleanup costs—based on last year's storm cleanup.
Pop Warner Cheerleaders Returning to National Competition
The cheerleaders first traveled to Orlando for the national finals a year ago—now, they're back to do it again.