Top 10 Montville Stories in August
West Nile Virus mosquitoes, moped crash among most read stories this month.
Several students, coaches and athletes spoke against the Montville Township Public Schools Board of Education's decision not to re-hire assistant track coach Anthony SanFilippo.
A 15-year-old moped driver was injured when the moped he was driving caught flames following a crash at Rachel Gardens.
Montville Township police are still investigating an alleged attempted burglary at a Hook Mountain Road residence.
While the health department supervisor said West Nile Virus has been commonly found in mosquitoes in communities throughout the country, a pool of Montville mosquitoes did test positive for the virus.
High school senior Grant Sanchez said he would have stayed at Montville Township High School if assistant track coach Anthony SanFilippo was still going to be coaching there in the coming school year.
A Montville woman and couple from Montclair have filed a lawsuit against the corporate company because as franchisees, they feel they were not allowed to open additional stores based on their race and gender.
A Denville woman searched for her missing dog, along with a pet detective from Nebraska, after the dog escaped from a Montville business.
Two people were injured in a two-car collision in front of Montville Bagel this month.
The township is working on demolishing an old home on what is referred to as the Harbeson property before the winter.
One resident who lives in the neighborhood affected by temporary barriers on Maple Avenue urged the council to move forward on a permanent solution swiftly.