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Pharmacy agreed to retrain all staff on pharmacy procedures and to pay $650,000 to the state for a public awareness campaign about the proper use of prescription drugs.
The state Department of Education said state aid will remain level from last year.
Mayor Nicole Hagner said the township will be able to file a fee application as well.
Growing enrollment requires a growth in facilities and staff, and a commensurate investment in extracurricular activities.
Budget will pay for DPW generator, road surfacing, Borough Hall roof improvements.
Superintendent Michael LaSusa proposed three different paths for the upcoming school budget.
The grant is contingent on the public donating the rest of the $15,000 needed for park repairs.
The book sale is the library's single biggest fundraiser of the year.
State aid figures will be released soon.
This is the girls' fourth state championship in five years.
The French film 'Amour' is showing at the Chatham Cinema.
Tickets for Saturday's performance are also going fast.
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