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Several fatal car crashes reported; emergency landing in Newark, LBI flooded.
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Hopatcong Junior Wildcat cheerleaders named fourth best U.S. squad.
Borough's CERT team opens flea market.
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Three charity walks set for May 18 and 19.
Borough resident says she is sick of the 'finger pointing and mayor bashing' through Sandy's aftermath, and said residents should focus on the bigger problems.
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Kids get their chance to celebrate as hundreds attend party at high school shelter.
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Homeowners get nearly 100 signatures for petition for speed bumps on their street.
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