Chester’s thoroughfares are welcoming visitors this holiday season with an exciting mix of merriments sponsored by the Historic Chester Business Association (HCBA). (more…)
Please take notice that the Highlands Council is accepting written public comment on the Borough of Chester’s Amended Petition for Plan Conformance for designation of the Chester Borough Highlands Center through Monday, December 16, 2019. The Amended Petition is available for review both in the offices of the Highlands Council and on the Chester Borough page of the Council website: www.nj.gov/njhighlands/planconformance/chester_boro.html. (more…)
In response to a request made by the Mayor and Council of Chester Borough to lower the speed limit on Main Street from 30 mph to 25 mph, Morris County has agreed to place radar on Main Street over the next several weeks to collect data to determine if a speed reduction is warranted. (more…)
Deadlines and information regarding the November 5, 2019, general election. (more…)
From NJ.com—New Jersey is the nation’s most densely populated state; and, somehow, a state teeming with small towns, New Jersey’s least-publicized asset.
The 33 towns on Peter Genovese’s best small towns list are not necessarily there because they are super shopping and eating destinations; they’re just great places to escape the rat race (or whatever it is you’re running away from). Perfect for day trips or weekend getaways, these towns are packed with history, tradition, charm, and congeniality.
New Jersey American Water is preparing to replace approximately 1,500 feet of 8-inch aging water main that was installed in the 1930s with new 12-inch ductile iron main along Main Street (from Crystal Lake Drive to Collis Lane). The project also includes replacing three fire hydrants and 13 utility-owned service lines along the pipeline route (see flyer for more information about service lines). The project represents a critical investment for the company in support of our commitment to provide customers with safe, reliable water service. (more…)
The Morris County Board of Freeholders invites all residents from across Morris County and neighboring counties to join them in observing the 17th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against our nation at the Morris County Remembers 9/11 Service on Sunday, Sept. 9.