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Flaming Chickens, Colts' State Win Top Tri-Boro News

Same-day extra help, Birthday Book program also make headlines.

'Chickens Were Engulfed in Flames' in Grocery Store Fire

Butler police and fire officials responded to Stop & Shop on Monday where a grease fire started in the chicken rotisserie.

Testimony before the Kinnelon Zoning Board of Adjustment continued Tuesday on an application for development of a retail, restaurant and office space at 84 Boonton Avenue, the former home of Marco's Market.

The Kinnelon Board of Education's new student representative said last week the actions of teachers who are only offering after school help on the same day of the week may be hurting students.

Kinnelon Football Wins First State Championship

The Kinnelon Colts defeated New Milford in the state championship game Saturday.

3-Car Crash Cleaned Up Near 7-Eleven

Two cars were towed from the scene of a three-car crash on Boonton Avenue Thursday morning.

Ex-Butler Fire Inspector Begins Pre-Trial Intervention Program

Earl Dean was admitted into the Morris County program on Monday after being indicted on official misconduct charges.

Birthday Book Program Has Kids Donating to School Library

Kiel School has started a unique program this year where kids donate books to the school library on their birthdays.

Walter T. Bergen Lights Brighten Field

The lights at the middle school field in Bloomingdale were turned on for a test run last month. They mayor said there are still some kinks to be worked out.

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