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Past articles by Albina:

The Manor catering hall in West Orange is closing for good after 66 years

The Manor catering hall and restaurant opened for the first time on New Year's Eve in 1956, and on July 5, will close its doors for good. → Read More

Repairs underway for Clifton's third water main break since New Year's Day

Passaic Valley Water Commission crews were at East Parkway and Fenlon Boulevard in Clifton repairing a water main break, the third since New Year's. → Read More

See school referendum voting results for Little Falls and Saddle Brook

Little Falls and Saddle Brook voters were asked to approve referendums to upgrade and improve school structures on Tuesday. → Read More

All NJ schools must submit digital maps of properties to law enforcement under new law

All NJ schools must submit critical incident mapping data to local law enforcement in electronic format under a new law signed by Murphy. → Read More

The Unsung: 'The Voice of Wayne' remains steadfast in spite of heartbreak

Behind the steady cadence of the beloved longtime Wayne Hills High School football announcer are stories of triumph and tragedy. → Read More

Are you registered and ready for November's midterm elections? What you should know

Are you registered to vote in NJ? Do you know who's running? Here are some stories to help you prepare for midterm elections on Nov. 8. → Read More

Want to run for local school board in NJ? Deadline to file nears

The last day to file board of education election petitions for November election is July 25 at 4 p.m. → Read More

Three cases of Legionnaires' disease traced to Parsippany hotel's water system

The three sickened individuals visited the hotel between July 2021 and October 2021. The individuals range in age from 52 to 77. → Read More

Are you registered to vote in the NJ primary June 7? Here's how to check and who's running

Here's everything you need to know to vote in New Jersey's June 7 primary election. → Read More

Trout season opens April 9. Here are some great fishing spots in North Jersey

The New Jersey trout fishing season runs from April 9 through May 31 in 2022. The state is stocking fresh waterways with 570,000 trout. → Read More

Four-alarm Paterson fire spreads to neighboring homes. One man rescued

Paterson firefighters rescued a man from a burning home as they battled a four-alarm fire on Warren Street early Sunday morning. → Read More

'Light over darkness': Menorah car parade will start in Morristown, end in Livingston

Music will play, people will cheer and drivers will honk their horns as the festive menorah car parade returns on Monday night. → Read More

Morris County expected to OK funds for new trails at next commissioners meeting

Morris County commissioners are expected to approve almost a million in grants to expand the trails system at the Dec. 8 meeting. → Read More

Everything you need to know about Saturday's Morristown Jazz & Blues fest

Louis Prima, Jr., only son of the late Louis Prima, will be one of the bands to perform. The festival starts at noon on Saturday. → Read More

Victim of March 3 shooting in Paterson dies from injuries, investigation continues

The victim of a March 3 shooting in Paterson has died from his injuries, authorities said. → Read More

Need a job? NJ Department of Environmental Protection is hiring

Job openings at NJ DEP include naturalists, history educators, visitor assistants, trail stewards, office assistants, lifeguards, and maintenance. → Read More

We bought roses from five different companies. Here's which bouquet holds up the best

We conducted an (unscientific) experiment to test the quality of a dozen red roses from a local florist, Costco, Bouqs, Trader Joe's and 1-800-FLOWERS. → Read More

Artists' carved iconic movie leg lamp brings smiles to neighborhood

The leg lamp pays homage to the classic 1983 holiday movie "A Christmas Story," and one of the most iconic and recognizable movie props. → Read More

Fosterfields Living Farm offers drive-thru tours until October

What is there to do outside of the home with your children? How about a car tour of a living farm with animals that goes back to Paul Revere's grandson? → Read More

Delaware Water Gap Rec Area: 2020’s five drownings bring total to 101

Only five of the 101 drowning victims have been women. Park officials said anyone who gets into the water needs to wear a life jacket. → Read More