Montclair Rejects Candidate Seeking to Reduce Spending MONTCLAIR, N.J. — Voters in this historically liberal town rejected on Tuesday a mayoral candidate who had campaigned on a platform of reducing spending and debt and freezing taxes. The candidate, Karen Turner, placed second in the three-way race. 05/8/2012 - 4:26 pm | View Link
Susswein Sounds Off on New Fire Agreement Harvey Susswein, the mayoral candidate who is heading the For Montclair slate in the upcoming municipal elections, issued this statement today: Not all of us are thrilled with the new Glen Ridge fire agreement. Our highly professional fire department costs ... 03/8/2012 - 7:38 am | View Link
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Peter Sargent considered himself lucky.
He had his dream job as owner of the Cape-Able Bike Shop in Kennebunkport, which he operated for nearly 30 years. His passion for bikes led him to travel extensively touring numerous countries on his bicycle. He was also active in the community, where he served on the town’s planning board and volunteered for many organizations.
The National Transportation Safety Board recommended Wednesday that hands-free cellphones be banned for all commercial drivers while operating their vehicles after that was determined to be a factor in a truck-versus-train collision that resulted in a 15-car derailment and explosion last year in
Lake Nona senior quarterback Tucker Israel joined a short list of the most prolific high school quarterbacks of all-time when he surpassed 12,000 career passing yards last week. The national record holder is current Missouri QB Maty Mauk.