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Jefferson's Angle family lost cat after test material flew through home, landed on child's bed.
New Jersey assembly members sponsor bill to amend Crime Victims' Bill of Rights, requiring convicted to be in court for sentencing.
Council looks to pass along $16.556 million spending plan.
An Appellate Court opinion says Guiseppe Tedesco must be present Wednesday, March 20 for his sentencing and to hear impact statements from his victim's family.
Hopatcong announces governing body won't meet until April 3.
Major events top Hopatcong's business week.
Overall funding for New Jersey stays the same year over year.
Candidate says top official offered him job so he wouldn't run in Primary Election.
Governing body looks to approve two new municipal employees.
Steven Oroho, 24th Legislative District Senator, speaks out on potential deception of Hurricane Sandy victims.
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