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Madison man has agreed to pay $2 million in overtime back wages and $1 million in damages to hundreds, the U.S. Department of Labor announced.
Utility details preparation efforts.
Bishop announces special collection for hurricane victims next week.
Police & Fire
Alleged incident was discussed as Madison schools considered outsourcing custodial services.
Patch's House & Home
31% statewide increase means recovery in real estate has begun, according to Otteau Valuation Group.
Council on Local Mandates says law doesn't provide funding for schools to meet new rules.
Those fighting Susquehanna-Roseland line want "powerful" comments for National Park Service.
Dozens protest Susquehanna-Roseland power line at Lurker Park in East Hanover.
First test of its kind is scheduled for 2 p.m. on Wednesday.
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