Stolen Cars and Credit Card Ban Top Local News
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Two cars left idling by the valet service at Lu Nello Italian Restaurant in Cedar Grove were stolen around 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 2, Cedar Grove police said.
Cedar Grove police were called to the restaurant, located at 182 Stevens Ave. in Cedar Grove, after reports the cars were taken.
College students can no longer be hassled by credit card companies on New Jersey public college campuses thanks to a new legislation signed by Gov. Chris Christie Thursday.
On May 14, Cedar Grove voters will have the chance to decide the fate of $500,000 in Open-Space Trust Fund monies when the question appears on the ballot as part of a municipal public question.
The Cedar Grove Board of Education will attempt to at long last resolve an ongoing athletic field scheduling conflict after a local resident presented some ideas to the board.
Cedar Grove Soccer Club Vice President Greg Dilley told the board he has not had an easy time acquiring athletic field space for his club.
West Orange Council President Victor Cirilo accepted a plea deal in Verona Municipal Court Wednesday night on charges stemming from a DWI incident last November.
Verona Township Engineer James Helb announced five street projects slated for this year during his presentation to the Verona Township Council during its Monday night meeting.
The Cedar Grove Township Council Monday night amended a Union Street parking ordinance, which originally called for two-hour parking limits on the north side of the street.