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Annual parade held on Monday, May 27.
The Department of Public Works' large vehicles will be on display Saturday from 12- 3 p.m.
The Township Council reductions bring the average homeowner's tax increase down from $270 to about $110, while one council member says the cut is not large enough.
Office will be open on thursdays at the Public Safety Building.
The Board of Commissioners disagree about the need to change zoning to allow only industrial development and no more garden apartments for the River Road area.
Governor chides reporters for obsessing about 'silly,' 'shallow' subject, says he is not a role model
Governor tells New York Post that Lap-Band procedure was done at the urging of his family. An NYU doctor made house calls to Christie's Mendham home to not draw attention to the surgery.
Salesmen, including a Nutley Resident, would bribe doctors thousands of dollars.
The $1.2 million ad buy shows road to New Jerseyans' optimism in their state.
Program is meant to help welcome veterans return home.
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