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School District Mourns the Loss of Ana Kopack
Grief counselors available for students and families

Lacey Middle School Picks Romney
The majority of students voted Republican in the mock election

Committee: Stay Vigilant Amidst Residential Burglaries
Tips to avoid being the victim of a residential burglary

Read our live transcript of the Committee meeting

Christie: 'I'm Not Going Anywhere' if Romney Wins
Governor says New Jersey is prepared to handle loss of power after Oyster Creek closes

Alleged Hudson City Savings Bank Robber Turns Himself In
Blake Wood, 23, was sent to Ocean County Jail with bail set at $100,000

Police: 2 Arrested After Throwing Woman From Moving Vehicle
A Lanoka Harbor woman was found semi-conscious after she was thrown from a vehicle following an altercation

Potential Oyster Creek Replacement Likely to Employ Smaller Workforce
Local and state officials hold public workshop to discuss how to replace nuclear power plant, which will close in 2019

The Lacey Township School District is offering grief counseling for students and parents on Wednesday and Thursday

Police: 'Facebook Stalker' Terrorized Victims Throughout South Jersey
New Jersey State Police say 20-year-old Craig L. Wyatt Jr. used social media to make death threats against random victims.

Hands-On Civics Lesson: Lacey Middle School Students Cast Votes
Pupils study candidates for local, state and national office in advance of mock election

Rash of House Burglaries Continues in Lacey
Police report another six burglaries in the past week

Walmart Waiting on Permits for Wind Turbine Installation
An installation date has yet to be set

Prescription Drug Abuse an 'Epidemic' in Lacey
Drop-off box in police station advancing

'Undersized' Lacey Football Player Strives For Chance with NFL
Warren Smith currently plays for the Dresden Monarchs in the German Football League

Pharmacist and Anti-Drug Task Force Work Toward 'Positive Outcomes'
Tom Kelly, owner of Medicine to Go, works with the township's Task Force to minimize "poor outcomes" due to prescription drug abuse

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