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As we look to register our discontent with this obstructionist congressman, the Democrats have put up a good choice.
Candidate and council president, Rich Madden welcomes recommendations on improving Summit's governance.
Harvard study links drinking three or more cups a day to development of 'exfoliation glaucoma' in study participants.
Data on bullying and breakfasts show schools still have a lot to do to help students.
Is anybody out there paying attention? Plantings vs. People = Winning new design for DeForest Parking lots! (The following letter was sent to City Administrator Chris Cotter)
According to The New Jersey State Police, there have been 75 cyclists killed on NJ roads within the past five years.
David Allegra, President of Allegra & Company in New Providence, is organizing a Food Drive for local pantries now because no child should go to school or to bed hungry.
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