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Catherine of Siena to host night of poker, buffet dinner Thursday February 13, 2014, 10:06 AM Verona-Cedar Grove Times St. Catherine of Siena Parish will host its second annual Texas Hold'em Tournament Saturday, Feb. 22 in the school gym, located at
A variety of men's, women's and children's clothes are offered in the shop at bargain prices, as well as items such as serving pieces, picture frames, mugs, vases, candlesticks and books. All proceeds from merchandise are used to support programs and
electronic cigarettes will likely be prohibited from school grounds just as traditional cigarettes currently are. The ban is part of a raft of new rules introduced last week by the Cedar Grove Board of Education intended to streamline its code to new
Verona-Cedar Grove Times A Cedar Grove resident and former New Jersey state trooper pleaded guilty Tuesday to embezzling about $55,500 from a charity that was set up to help troopers and their families. Michael Mattia, 47, a retired acting major in
In a short but raw arraignment hearing at Superior Court in Paterson , prosecutors offered 20-year-old Jonathan Lafontaine a sentence in exchange for a guilty plea. Lafontaine has been charged with first-degree murder, third-degree possession of a
127 reported crimes, 301 arrests Tuesday February 11, 2014, 10:00 AM Crime in Cedar Grove remained stable over the last two years. There were 127 reported crimes in 2013, up by two in 2012, according to an annual report released to the Times.
Those interested should call the temple office to arrange a drop-off. Friday, Feb. 14, 5:30 p.m.-A Tot Shabbat Rabbi Groffman and Cantor Epstein will offer a brief Tot Shabbat service, followed by a dinner for children in first grade and below...
Earning a spot on the honor roll list is something that parents can be proud of, but it's so much more than that. It can illustrate an important picture that is missing from the snapshot provided by standardized tests. After all, the honor roll is
Earning a spot on the list is so special that bumper stickers with the "My child is an honor student" slogan can be seen on many a car. Four times a year, schools across the nation release lists with the names of students who received all As or Bs
The municipal website provides information about upcoming meetings, safety alerts, departmental information and a link to the municipal code. During budget hearings last week, Library Director Peter Havel, the town's de facto webmaster, said he was