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Mathieu pledges to "continue fighting excessive taxes, spending and debt in Garwood and to seize the opportunities for our taxpayers Governor Christie’s bipartisan reforms have made possible."
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.
Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. in Council Chambers above the police station.
Health Department will distribute 100 free helmets as part of "B Hard Headed" helmet safety campaign.
The state urges customers to consult the database before buying a car
Dominick Valvano served in the U.S. Army in 1918 and his family noticed that the service medals he received were lost over the years.
Up for a vote on Tuesday's council agenda is a resolution supporting certain gun control measures.
Clerk says she is working to make voting "fast and convenient."
Lincoln School students got to play the part of Garwood Council.
Mayor Skibitsky recognized achievements of Westfield High School swim teams and proclaimed May 'Pediatric Stroke Awareness Month.'
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