In case you missed it, here are the week's top stories from South Orange Patch:
South Orange Men Charged in Maplewood Robbery
Four South Orange men have been charged for the July 3 beating and robbing of another South Orange resident on Woodland Road in Maplewood.
Marshall School Principal Resigns; District Reacts
Marshall School principal Angelica Allen has resigned. She will leave the district on Oct. 1, according to a letter she emailed to Marshall School parents. She will become Interim Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction in Irvington.
SO Denies Pool Passes to Maplewood Families
South Mountain School parents asked -- once again -- for access to the South Orange pool. In response, the Board of Trustees granted South Orange families more guest passes, effective immediately, so residents can bring Maplewood friends to the pool.
Exorcist Will Visit South Orange
The exorcist of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis will visit South Orange. Father Vincent Lampert, one of only 36 exorcists in the United States, will speak at Seton Hall University
Shots Fired at South Orange Teens
wo South Orange teenagers had shots fired at them late Thursday night on Irvington Avenue, following an altercation with a driver of a car in Maplewood near the South Orange border, according to Sgt. Christopher Black of the Maplewood Police Department. The teenagers were not injured; however, two houses in South Orange were struck and damaged