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MARCH 6, 2014: MAYOR QUINTANA TO PRESENT STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS ON THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 2014, AT 6 P.M. AT NEWARK CITY HALL
MARCH 6, 2014: CITY OF NEWARK REMINDS RESIDENTS: CHECK YOUR SMOKE ALARMS WHEN YOU CHANGE YOUR CLOCKS THIS WEEKEND
FEBRUARY 28, 2014: MAYOR QUINTANA, ACTING POLICE DIRECTOR COLEY, AND NEWARK POLICE DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCE RESULTS OF GUN AMNESTY/BUY BACK HELD LAST WEEKEND
FEBRUARY 26, 2014: MAYOR QUINTANA GREETS NEWARK FIREFIGHTERS DURING DEPARTMENT’S SURFACE ICE RESCUE TRAINING IN BRANCH BROOK PARK
FEBRUARY 25, 2014: CITY OF NEWARK REMINDS RESIDENTS: STREET SWEEPING IS SUSPENDED TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, DUE TO EXPECTED SNOWFALL
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