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Family-friendly restaurant moves into former Trader Joe's location in Regency Plaza.
Splashplex has successful first season, remains open through Labor Day.
Popular East Hanover sports bar unveils new setup, plans for upcoming season.
Fee dispute leads to a blackout of the Tribune-owned station.
Cable provider to offer channel for the first time starting Friday.
A New Jersey Company is recalling almost 300,000 cases of packaged products that contain sliced and diced apples.
Morristown-based organization participating in Toyota's '100 Cars for Good' contest.
Co-owner Mark Weisberg said the business hopes to open by mid-September, if they can obtain all town permits and approvals by that time.
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