FLEMINGTON, N.J. - A Hunterdon County, New Jersey school superintendent is stepping down after growing tension with the district.
The Flemington-Raritan Board of Education said Maryrose Caulfield has resigned. She will retire in September.
Some parents and administrators have not been happy with Caulfield, and have signed petitions calling for her resignation.
They say she used name-calling to taunt staff members.
The school board will now look for an interim superintendent.
The Flemington Borough Council approved a controversial redevelopment plan for the Union Hotel area by a 6-1 vote Monday night. Councilwoman Susan Peterson cast the lone "no" vote.Read More »
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