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Summit attorney and former Republican Freeholder candidate Andrew Smith will address the League of Women Voters tonight at the New Providence Library. The meeting is open to the public.
The state urges customers to consult the database before buying a car
But Community Affairs chief says systemic reforms, cuts in total tax rate are key.
Clerk says she is working to make voting "fast and convenient."
Residents overwhelmingly voted against a referendum asking the township to allow the proposed Berkeley Aquatic Center to use the local sewer system.
New Providence senior citizens are invited, free of charge, to a wide range of health screenings on May 8.
U.S. Rep. Leonard Lance addresses banking reform, immigration at Warren town hall meeting.
Bipartisan Muñoz -Brammick legislation would limit public adjusters' fees during a Hurricane Sandy-type catastrophe
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A coalition of groups gathered Saturday in Woodbridge to support the Constitution and individual rights. They're planning a rally in Union County today.
Environmental New Jersey is calling for efforts to reduce carbon pollution.
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