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The Cranford baseball team and the Township's study to possibly change its type of government also made headlines.
New schedule allows library to be open until 9 p.m. on some evenings.
The township considers adopting an ordinance to study if form of government should be changed.
This will be Obama's first visit to Shore since just after Sandy.
After significant cuts, the budget now reflects a 2 percent increase.
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
Health Department will distribute 100 free helmets as part of "B Hard Headed" helmet safety campaign.
Clerk says she is working to make voting "fast and convenient."
At Tuesday's Council Meeting it was announced that the original proposed budget needed adjustment and the new budget would call for a 2.8 percent tax increase.
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