April’s soggy goodbye to the Second Ward in Morristown

ROILING WATERS: The Whippany River was churning on May 1, 2014, the morning after heavy rain. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

ROILING WATERS: The Whippany River was churning on May 1, 2014, the morning after heavy rain. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

 

Morristown’s Second Ward was pretty soggy on Thursday morning. But there were no rowboats, traffic was moving on Martin Luther King Avenue and the basement of the Bethel AME Church was dry, Praise the Lord!

The Whippany River seemed in a hurry to be on its way. And the sun even poked out once or twice. Could spring finally be ready to make an appearance?

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The Whippany River reaches the bottom of bridge at Bishop Nazery Way on Thursday morning, after a day of heavy rain. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

RAINOUT: No baseball today at the Cauldwell Playground. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

RAINOUT: No baseball today at the Cauldwell Playground. Photo by Kevin Coughlin



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