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Orange Council Nixes Mayor Warren Brother's Police Director Bid

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City Hall observers are waiting to see what Mayor Dwayne D. Warren's next move will be since the City Council voted down brother Todd R. Warren's permanent appointment as Orange Police Director Sept. 20.
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State Grant Expands Collection at East Orange Library

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East Orange Public Library is the proud recipient of a $2,500 grant from the New Jersey State Library, Institute of Museum and Library Services, to expand its adult English as a Second Language and Literacy Collections. The money was used to purchase about 100 books that include instructional aids, test preparations, and dictionaries, as well as books on civics and history, accent training, speaking English, and workforce development.
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New Owners to Restore Orange's First Presbyterian Church

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Officials from West Orange's First Shiloh Baptist Church more than introduced themselves to City officials as First Presbyterian Church of Orange's new owners here at respective Aug. 31 and Sept. 6 meetings.

First Shiloh's Pastor Jacob Vital, youth pastor Perry Tima and associate pastor Benjamin Jeanty reassured the City Council Tuesday, the Orange Historical Society Aug. 31 and the public both nights that they want to restore the church and the Old Burying Ground - and not move out the latter's interred bodies.

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Orange Council Passes $63 Million 2016 Municipal Budget

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All City of Orange Council members present formally adopted this year's $63 million municipal budget at a special meeting here at City Hall Aug. 23.

Mayor Dwayne D. Warren, who was absent from Tuesday night's sessions, may have signed Resolution 276-2016 by the time you read this. The mayor has 10 days from the council's passing to sign or veto the measure.

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Fed Orange Probe Mystery Deepens

File_photoThe FBI and U.S. Department of Justice agents' July 21 retrieval of records from the Orange Public Library have led some observers to believe that their continuing investigation was the proverbial "tip of the iceberg."
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