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High school turns to online news after print edition was cut three years ago.
Negations still unresolved for aides, custodians and cafeteria workers after more than two years.
Increased security for visitors, more police presence in the week after tragedy in Newtown, Conn.
Hopatcong school district, education association agree to health care terms.
More than 50 community members met for the first time Monday night to discuss future of the high school.
Students meet author of 'The Energy Bus for Kids,' inspiration for school's improved positive atmosphere.
Negotiations continue as students unable to get letters of recommendation from teachers.
All borough schools will have an early dismissal on Tuesday.
BOE hires engineer/architect to assess damage from Sandy.
Youth football league to share facilities with high school teams.
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