Police & Fire, Schools
Summit's police chief balances the need to inform with the need to avoid panic.
Schools, Public Safety
After a Summit elementary school student reported being followed this morning, police chief says department decided to act on 'suspicious' reports.
The Cranford Board of Education has issued a public letter to parents who allow students to consume alcohol in their homes.
The following information was submitted by the Cranford Police Department. The investigation is ongoing.
The Cranford High School Marching Band placed first in the Music Ensemble and Music Individual categories at the USSBA Gold Show in North Brunswick.
AP Scholars include students from New Providence, Mountainside, Westfield, Fanwood, Scotch Plains, Clark and Summit.
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