State police see more extreme speeding cases
State police said they are seeing more cases where drivers are traveling more than 120 mph.Continued ...
Clerks must hound delinquent pet owners
Towns are preparing to fine dog owners who have failed to pay their annual registration.Continued ...
Salem student hurt in crash, truck driver cited
A Fisk School student received minor injuries yesterday afternoon when a truck struck a school bus at the intersection of South Policy Street and Woodlawn Terrace.Continued ...
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- State police see more extreme speeding cases