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Board adds classes to expand offerings for students in response to parents' concerns.
School board plans June 24 vote to approve the agreement.
Homeowner had sought an easement for his well which is located on an adjacent, borough-owned lot.
Council still trying to resolve Superstorm Sandy issues.
Cynthia Randina leaving Secaucus school district; will begin July 1 and says focus will be on curriculum.
Ordinance gets by town council with superstorm Sandy outages serving as a backdrop.
Cross River seeks to install a data 'highway' that could offer economic boost; Hopatcong Council to vote on ordinance in June.
Complaints remain about heavy trucks, hours of operation.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Hopatcong Junior Wildcat cheerleaders named fourth best U.S. squad.
Borough's CERT team opens flea market.
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