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Other top stories this week include a Newark High School student shot and killed on his way home from school and a man busted on pot-growing charges after he called police to report his wife's death.
Busy week in the Tri-Boro
Five homes came off the market in Kinnelon, Butler, and Bloomingdale this week.
1-year-old pit bull Misty used to be used as bait to train fighting dogs in New York City. She went missing in Riverdale Friday night.
Morris County residents will be able to dispose of, at no charge unwanted household hazardous materials and electronic devices.
What real estate sold last week
Swearing study ranked the most and least courteous states in the country.
The newly launched site offers tips, info and digital know-how for small business owners.
Picture yourself behind the wheel of one of these five upper-class conveyances.
Butler Board of Education expected to make the personnel moves Monday.
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