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Near-Drowning, Substation Upgrades and More in New Milford Local News

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Teen Critical After Near-Drowning in Backyard Pool

A 17-year-old boy is listed in critical condition at Hackensack University Medical Center after he was pulled from a swimming pool at a Madison Avenue home at approximately 3:30 p.m. Saturday, police said.

Upgrades to New Milford Substation Coming This Fall, PSE&G Says

As part of their massive $3.9 billion, 10-year proposed infrastructure plan, called "Energy Strong," PSE&G will be running underground transformer lines from the New Milford substation to the River Edge Swim Club.

Special Meeting on Hekemian Application Ends Before It Begins

Thursday's special Zoning Board meeting on the proposed development of the United Water property did not take place as scheduled. Technically, the meeting was not cancelled; at the applicant's request, and with the Board's approval, it was carried to the June 11 regular meeting.

New Milford Remembers Officer Killed in Line of Duty

26-year old patrolman Ray Woods is among those remembered at the Bergen County Chiefs Association Blue Mass honoring police officers who have given their lives in the line of duty.

New Milford Chamber Seeks 'Business After Hours' Hosts

The New Milford Chamber of Commerce is seeking businesses to host one of their monthly meetings or 'Business After Hours' networking get-togethers.

County Executive, Dignitaries, Speak at Girl Scouts Awards Ceremony

County Executive Kathleen Donovan recognized the achievements of the six Girl Scouts who sat on the stage of New Milford High School Wednesday evening to receive their gold award.

Talking about her own experience as a Girl Scout, Donovan stressed the values that the Girl Scouts provide and the confidence that being a part of the organization instills in young women.

New Milford Celebrates Memorial Day With a Parade and Dedications

New Milford's Public Events Committee goes all out for Memorial Day and this year is no exception.

Boy Scouts Plant Flags at Borough Hall for Memorial Day

New Milford Boy Scouts honor those who gave their lives in service to their country by planting flags on the front lawn of Borough Hall.

 

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