Group from St. Vincent Martyr Church aids Sandy-stricken municipality.
St. Vincent Martyr Church
Sunday, March 31, 2013
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Jan. 26 event will include a cash bar and live music by Jumping the Gun and House Rockers.
It might look like you just walked in off the boardwalk. Madison residents wearing clothes from their favorite beach towns are invited to a fundraiser in the gym of St. Vincent Martyr Church this month to raise money for the Union Beach Disaster Relief Fund. The event, scheduled for 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, will include a cash bar, light fare, and live music by Jumping the Gun and House Rockers, according to a flier for the fundraiser. Thomas Haralampoudis, a school board member and member of the committee that is organizing the event, said it will be "the relief party to end all parties." "Madison residents are stepping up again to help those in need," he wrote in an email. "The fact that we all lived through this catastrophic …
Monday, July 30, 2012
White horse led a white carriage and a white limo on Green Village Road for a wedding over the weekend, as you can see in this photo shared by the Madison Police Department.
A wedding at St. Vincent Martyr Church on Green Village Road in Madison on Saturday afternoon featured a horse-drawn carriage. The Madison Police Department was on hand to assist with the wedding procession and shared this photo on its Facebook and Twitter accounts, along with well-wishes for the bride and groom.
Thursday, April 26, 2012
A time for the service has not yet been announced.
Chatham Borough Police announced the funeral for Charles Dziedzic, the deputy director of the borough's Department of Public Works, will be held Monday in Madison. The funeral will be held at St. Vincent Martyr Church. The time has not yet been announced. Dziedzic, a resident of Morris Township, was killed instantly Monday when his motorcycle was struck from behind by a Chevrolet Tahoe while traveling east on I-40 near Little Rock, Ark. Borough Administrator Robert Falzarano and his brother George, both of Long Hill Township, were also injured in the accident and remain hospitalized in Little Rock. Robert Falzarano's condition is described as stable but critical. The three men were returning to New Jersey after a cross-country motorcycle …