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The paralyzed Lacey firefighter and Union City police officer was laid to rest Friday

Lacey Woman Extricated from Car After Striking Trees
Police blotter from the past week

Local Church Gave More Hope than Food After Sandy
Pastor Linda Applegate and the Lacey United Methodist Church were nominated in Lacey Patch as person and group of the year for their efforts following the hurricane

The NRC is 'failing to enforce its regulations,' anti-nuclear advocates said on a teleconference with the federal agency

Burglarized Home Sustains More than $25K in Damages
Police reported three successful burglaries since Dec. 27

Professional Appointments Remain the Same for 2013
For the second year in a row, Democratic Committeeman Sean Sharkey opposed the appointment of township attorney and labor counsel at Tuesday’s annual reorganization meeting

Committee Anticipates a 'Challenging' Year
Committee authorizes a temporary budget for first quarter of 2013

Township Borrows $1 Million for Hurricane Sandy Expenses
The township got a .95 percent maturity interest rate

Municipal assignments made for 2013

Live Chat: Township Reorganization Meeting
Follow our live transcript of the annual township meeting

Services for Daniel will be held at Riggs Funeral Home on Route 9 in Forked River from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 3. The funeral service will be on Friday, Jan. 4 at the Lanoka Harbor

Freeholder: Rebuilding Ocean County is Job 1 in 2013
Kelly, who takes over as freeholder director, focused on rebuilding county for both residents and businesses 


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