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  • Douglas Stephens , who presides over all the township's small-claims cases, calls himself a "Renaissance redneck" and wears a small gun strapped to his ankle while on the bench.

    In Debt Collecting, Location Matters

  • Mayor Jim Burd told The Times of Trenton the ordinance is a compromise between today's lifestyle and the township's agricultural history.

    N.J. town limits chicken hookups

  • Franklin Avenue is the township's main drag, with locally owned shops and restaurants as well as a Starbucks and a longstanding ShopRite supermarket.

    'Everybody Knows Everybody' in Nutley

  • In Onekama, two governments—the village's and the township's—operate out of single-story buildings half a block apart on Main Street.

    Threats to Town Halls Stir Voter Backlash

  • After some protesters occupied the second floor of the township's offices, police in riot gear used tear gas to dispel the crowds, some of whom were sent to the hospital as a result, said one Haimen resident, who gave only his surname, Zheng.

    Chinese Village Protesters Get the Ear of Ever-Higher Officials

  • A proposed mosque, day-care and community center on a sleepy road in Bridgewater, N.J., has drawn fierce opposition from some residents and prompted the township's council to consider changing zoning rules to block the project.

    Mosque's Foes Claim Religion Not the Issue

  • LYNDHURST -- The Bergen County prosecutor charged the township's finance commissioner Monday with embellishing his military service record with honors such as the Purple Heart and

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Investigators say that Opacity altered a military record that he filed in the township's tax assessor's office.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • In a rare expression of direct democracy that invoked a 100-year-old state law, all 200 people present got to vote, and resoundingly overturned the township's plan to build a new $1.5 million civic office.

    Taxpayers Strike Back

  • Back in 2004, subdivisions were rapidly sprouting up in the township's cornfields and its finances looked strong.

    Taxpayers Strike Back

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