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Memorial Day is a day off for your local library and town hall, too. And kids get a day off.
Governor discusses middle-class reform agenda in town hall meeting at Raritan Valley Community College.
Another extension of deadline for New Jersey residents to seek federal aid for damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.
Somerset Hills residents prominent among 21 women in business, government, health care and more to be recognized at March 22 dinner.
Poor communication, infrastructure and equipment problems after storm among primary complaints to utility company president, BPU.
Company's president to meet with Board of Public Utilities in Basking Ridge.
Somerset County residents can visit any of western state Disaster Recovery Centers.
Kean, Bramnick and Munoz, and Lance to hold meeting in Bernards Township that will include representatives from FEMA and insurance.
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About 40 people may seek shelter on Saturday night, shelter manager said.
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