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Boston police department has got some "good leads" in the shooting of an Indian student last week and have stepped up patrol in the area where the 24-year old Odisha native was found shot in the leg and head. K Seshadri Rao , a student at Boston
Former borough officials are moving forward with a lawsuit filed in November against council members in office at the time. Current and former members of the council as well as the borough attorney were served last week with papers from the Chancery
In the aftermath of a heated reorganization meeting, Mayor James Kelly and council members said they would work to put aside history and politics and work for the town. Council members said they met with Kelly in an informal closed session
The Record The incoming president of the Dumont Borough Council accused the newly elected mayor of offering a quid pro quo for political favors at a reorganization meeting Tuesday night that devolved into a shouting match. The council president,
The case of Mumia Abu-Jamal,' will be screened Thursday, Nov. 10, 6:30 p.m., at Twinspace, 2111 Mission St., Third Floor, San Francisco by Minister of Information JR Professor Johanna Fernandez speaks at a rally for Mumia on Nov. 9, 2010.
Buy Photo Story Photos One can hear the water splash as Bluegrass Marlins swimmers Kenneth and Edward Freeman pile up laps in the public pool at Tates Creek...They are deaf. "I wouldn't exactly call it a handicap," Kenneth said after Thursday morning'
Twin-Boro News The Dumont Borough Council has approved a 2011 municipal budget that calls for a $113 increase on the average assessed home value after being unable to reach a deal for concessions with one of the borough's three unions. The budget was
The borough adopted a $19.89 million budget Tuesday, after failing to agree on concessions with the police union. Faced with the decision of further delaying adopting the budget and spending an additional $5,000 to print estimated tax bills, the
With a one-time cash infusion and concessions from the public works union and borough hall employees, the Borough Council has approved budget amendments that cut the average tax hike in half. The amendments bring the budget in line with the state-
A field that has been closed to the public for months due to contamination will likely remain closed until next fall, borough officials have said. Engineers must investigate whether the soil contamination at Twin-Boro Field has affected the