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SWAT teams closed in on the surviving suspect as he took shelter in the backyard of a home in Watertown, Massachusetts
The designated driving service provides you with a safe ride home in your own vehicle.
While the storm has come and gone, here are some helpful tips to remember from the City of Summit.
DPW Superintendent Paul Cascais, Director of Community Services Beth Kinney outline city's preparations for the incoming storm, which could bring 10 to 14 inches to the area.
The Small Business Administration has extended the deadline to apply for assistance to Jan. 30.
Schools, Public Safety
Chief Weck released a statement via the Nixle alert system. Superintendent Parker released a letter to parents. How are you talking to your children about this tragedy?
Government, Awareness, Public Safety
City officials, residents say improving JCP&L infrastructure, burying power lines, taking over utilities are ways to prepare for future storms, like Sandy, that are bound to hit area.
Tractor-trailer accident on 78 attributed to snow, police and fire department say snow-covered roads are very dangerous right now.
The city's Office of Emergency Management works to keep the city safe during Hurricane Sandy.
Everything you'll need to know about power, damage, and when things might get back to normal.
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