Christie Visit Tops Montville Patch's February Headlines
Intercepted alleged burglars and stolen cars also make headlines.
Gov. Chris Christie made his way to Montville Wednesday as he hosted a town hall meeting at the Pine Brook Jewish Center.
Joel Batista, of North Bergen, was charged with burglary and theft, after Montville police found him on Pine Brook Road while investigating reports of a suspicious vehicle and an attempted burglary in the neighborhood, police said.
Two new-model cars were stolen from Pine Brook residences leaving Montville Township police to investigate whether the vehicle thefts are connected.
The fireworks show will go on, but the extended celebration Montville Township has been used to celebrating around Independence Day for the past several years will be limited in 2013.
The Montville Township Public Schools administration is proposing to move the time of the school day at the Robert R. Lazar Middle School up and eliminate midterm and final exams, with the exception of two subjects in the eighth grade level, as part of the district's 2013-14 budget initiatives.
An attorney from Montville and her partner pleaded guilty to structuring client funds through attorney accounts to avoid obligatory reporting to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
Pathways for Exceptional Children is the recipient of a $5,000 grant from a foundation formed by a coalition of Phish fans, the Mockingbird Foundation announced.
Montville Township residents voted on their respective fire district's 2013 budget and elected members to the Board of Fire Commissioners.
After more than a year of negotiating, the Montville Township Board of Education voted to ratify a new contract with the Montville Township Education Association (MTEA).
A driver was transported to St. Clare's Hospital after Montville Township police Capt. Rudy Appelmann said he crashed into the building at 55 Route 46 in Pine Brook.