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Baseball team slugs Wayne Hills, game called after five innings.
Owner says rebuilding and reopening still on course for Memorial Day feast.
Hopatcong and Sparta school boards both meet Monday night.
Oak Ridge's Andrew Sperber recognized for achievements in graphic design.
Police & Fire
Mt. Olive Police report a man in his late-30s approached two girls inside Dunkin' Donuts, then again in parking lot.
Former NBA player Chris Herren shares drug battle, recovery with community.
Judge says a year of meeting conditions could lead to a dismissal of sexual assault charge.
Lindsay Kiensicki remains hospitalized after suffering third-degree burns in a Feb. 28 house fire.
Jefferson's Angle family lost cat after test material flew through home, landed on child's bed.
Police searching for shooters who hit 26 residences Sunday night.
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