Sidewalk Art Gallery in Madison Just Needs Artists
A new public arts program will display the work of 10 to 15 visual artists throughout downtown Madison in an outdoor "sidewalk art gallery," and organizers are ready to hear from artists interested in being considered.
Alfonse Imperiale, director of county critical infrastructure for the Morris County Prosecutor's Office, recently toured each of Madison's five public schools to evaluate security at the buildings and happened to be on hand to see the district's lockdown procedures in action.
Vandalized Home Under Construction Flooded
A home under construction on Hamilton Street was reported vandalized last week and Madison police are asking anyone with information about what happened to contact them.
Storm Blankets Area with Snow and Ice
Photos from the snowstorm.
The Friends of Geraldine Fundraising Efforts are in Full Swing
Volunteer efforts to purchase 'Geraldine,' a rare 1921 Ahrens Fox Model P-4 fire engine named for Geraldine R. Dodge, who donated it to Madison, include T-shirt sales and 'Fill the Boot' collections at local merchants.
Prostitution Case Against Ex-FDU Professor Hits Snag
The New Mexico State Supreme Court has denied a request by prosecutors to overturn a lower court decision that a prostitution website allegedly run by an ex-Fairleigh Dickinson University professor was not illegal, the Associated Press reported.