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One person was hospitalized after being rescued from the second floor of a multi-family home on Park Avenue.
Main Street in Madison had power restored, and some residential streets also reported power was restored Wednesday night.
That means more businesses will be open Thursday, including gas stations pumping fuel, salons styling hair and shops serving hot coffee.
A fire that started near a metal chimney spread into the attic of a house on Hunter Drive and left the home uninhabitable.
Michelle Davis and her family lived in their house on Hunter Drive in Madison for 23 years and, with the help of a friend who is a carpenter, they focused on a different remodeling project each year.
Shannon Cadogan says it's unreal to think what would have happened if she didn't pick up her phone, or if the calls were off by a minute or two.
A Boonton resident struck another man in the head and face for arguing with his wife and spitting on his vehicle outside Dunkin' Donuts, Madison Police said.
Much of Madison is expected to have power Friday, while certain areas that sustained major damage from Superstorm Sandy likely will be without power for another three to five days, the mayor said.
Madison Borough Police Saturday afternoon sent out a message to residents still without power: Be ready for the outage to continue for up to five more days.
Superstorm Sandy destroyed three houses, caused major damage to 27 other homes, and inflicted some degree of damage on thousands of other residences throughout the borough, Madison's Office of Emergency Management coordinator said Friday.
Madison voters elected Democrats Astri Baillie and Benjamin Wolkowitz to three-year seats on the Madison Borough Council, beating Republicans John Hoover and Carmen Pico.