5 Reasons to Love Mendham, NJ

  • Posted on August 30th, 2012
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Mendham in Morris County, New Jersey measures 17.8 square miles and is located about 35 miles west of Manhattan. It is comprised of Mendham Township (population 5,869), Mendham Borough (population 5,097) and the historic communities of Brookside and Ralston. While its central location is convenient for commuters, Mendham still retains the welcoming atmosphere of a small town.   1. Mendham residents love a parade and celebrate twice a year: on Labor Day in Mendham Borough […]

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