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The Neighborhood Files
Eighth annual parade in East Hanover celebrated Italian American heritage and featured bands, trucks and celebrity guests while recognizing the life of Ralph Politi Jr.
Board talks personnel, promoting from within, and training for new tenure system
Swipe card system expected for start of classes, with cameras to follow.
Superintendent says only Washington Avenue kindergarten could become an issue.
Dartcor's Chef Kate challenges Serenade's Chef Laird to benefit Community FoodBank of N.J.
Mom.com and Macaroni Kid two vendors featured at Fishawack Festival.
From rocks, to cabinets and a 'house doctor'—businesses display residential services, products.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
Weather cuts Chatham Community Band's concert short, but shortened set still a fun time.
Municipal government officials have their own tent at annual event for the first time.
Candidates gathered to await results and thank their supporters.
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