Hoboken Health Department Lifts Ban On CVS Selling Food

HOBOKEN, NJ — Customers of the CVS on Clinton Street in Hoboken are now free to buy food and drink there, following a health inspection Monday, said the city and a CVS spokesperson. Click Here: leitrim gaa jerseys Over the past weekend, signs at the store, at 811 Clinton St., said the Health Department hadRead moreRead more

Shrewsbury May Get $250K In New MA Economic Development Bill

SHREWSBURY, MA — The state Senate last week passed its $2.86 billion economic development bill, promising millions for local projects in cities and towns across the state — although the final version of the proposal still has a long way to go. Click Here: penrith panthers rugby store The Senate’s bill is the chamber’s ownRead moreRead more

Stabbing On Clement Street Injures 57-Year-Old Man: JPD

JOLIET — A 20-year-old woman from the 100 block of Joliet’s Clement Street is now being kept in a Will County Jail following a recent non-fatal stabbing that happened inside of her house this week, according to Joliet police arrest reports. Authorities say that Angelina Miranda is now facing felony charges of aggravated battery andRead moreRead more

Greenwich Looks To Establish Byram River Greenway

GREENWICH, CT — Greenwich officials are looking to collaborate and establish the Byram River Greenway, a move that would bring several benefits and potential new trail linkage to the town and its residents. The Board of Selectmen this week was set to examine a request from Greenwich Land Trust Executive Director Will Kies and GLTRead moreRead more

Should Joe Biden Drop Out? Patch Readers Divided In Pulse Survey

ACROSS AMERICA — It has sometimes seemed over the past two weeks as if Americans are eavesdropping on the tug-of-war between adult children and their aging parents over control of the folks’ car keys and bank accounts. President Joe Biden appeared frail and at times confused in a June 27 debate with presumptive Republican presidentialRead moreRead more

Angie's Pancake House: Final Days Of Joliet Restaurant Are Here

JOLIET — If you are a supporter and a loyal customer of Joliet’s Angie’s Pancake House at 1119 Essington Road, you have only three days left to eat your favorite meals here. During an interview on Thursday, restaurant owner Mario De La Torre told Joliet Patch he is shutting down Angie’s Pancake House after thisRead moreRead more

Canceled Marblehead Fireworks To Be 'Bigger And Better' Next Year

MARBLEHEAD, MA — Donations made to support this year’s Marblehead Fireworks and Harbor Illumination — which were canceled last week because of a barge fire in the harbor — will be retained and used to help make next year’s event “bigger and better,” according to Town Administrator Thatcher Kezer. Kezer told the Select Board onRead moreRead more

Hinsdale D86 Legal Costs Still Surging

HINSDALE, IL – Hinsdale High School District 86 board members are set to be asked Thursday to approve another $63,327 in monthly legal bills. As the costs have skyrocketed in recent months, all seven board members have kept silent during board meetings, approving the attorney bills without comment. After the board switched law firms inRead moreRead more

Toms River Municipal Clerk Submits Resignation

TOMS RIVER, NJ — Toms River Township will be replacing its municipal clerk, after Michael Cruoglio submitted his resignation this week. Cruoglio confirmed to Patch Wednesday afternoon that he is resigning as of July 19. He would not comment further. There is a special meeting of the Township Council set for 3 p.m. on Monday,Read moreRead more

Late Tennis Coach, Midshipman Honored With Arundel High Memorial: See Photos

GAMBRILLS, MD — A late Naval Academy graduate and former private tennis coach was honored with a tribute at the courts he once roamed. U.S. Navy Commander Donald John Carlson died on July 3 at 74 years old. His memory lives on at Arundel High School, where he taught tennis lessons and was a substituteRead moreRead more