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The Westfield judo athlete tested positive for marijuana.
NJ Transit encourages riders to check its website and twitter feed for updates.
McKeon addresses financial burden of the law as well as issues around enforcement.
Assemblyman John F. McKeon and Assemblywoman Mila M. Jasey of the 27th District say they will work in "bipartisan" manner to amend the law so that it can remain in effect.
The Neighborhood Files, Holiday Guide
The annual Rotary fundraiser also raised spirits on a cold, clear night.
The Neighborhood Files
Quinn Lamm's family shares the story of a little girl's battle with brain tumor.
Volunteers in the News
bookBgone has burst out of New Jersey and expanded its good works — and good books — to New York, Connecticut and beyond.
Not sure who was watering the lawn or washing the car, but....
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
A one-day retreat from the women who bring you Girls on the Run.
A gala event on January 27 in Florham Park celebrates 10 years for the international organization's council in our neck of the woods.
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