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Governor's press secretary says Thursday's vote was 'partisan theater' and Fredric Knapp will remain in place as Morris County's acting prosecutor.
Looking to save money, officials are looking for an escape clause from their MCMUA contract.
Officials, residents raise concerns at third BPU hearing about utility company's storm response.
Bill Cogger said his officers risked their lives to evacuate residents during storm.
BPU holds hearing from 4 to 7 p.m. at Hopatcong Middle School.
U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg will ask Congress to approve a ban on ammunition magazines of more than 10 rounds. Do you agree with his proposed bill?
David Banisch to offer a summation of the brainstorming session with Chester residents.
After two terms, Frank Cioppettini's time on the Mendham Township Committee comes to an end at Tuesday's evening.
MCMUA wants a 2 percent increase each year for the next four years.
Poor communication, infrastructure and equipment problems after storm among primary complaints to utility company president, BPU.
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