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Brite Nites, Burglary and Homecoming Top Local News

Township 9/11 memorial and, of course, Hurricane Sandy also among week's top stories.

The annual fundraiser at Wagner Farm Arboretum kicked off last week—delayed by a day, and thanks to the forecast, shortened by as much (tonight's Brite Nites show has been cancelled)—and readers enjoyed our coverage of the opening weekend. 

Other top stories this week include: 

Burglars Strike Betsy Ross Drive Residence

Warren police investigated a reported burglary this week, in which an unknown quantity of jewelry was taken. Police focused on reports of activity by the notorious "James Bond Gang" burglarizing houses in Somerset and Morris Counties in the area. There was some good news as police arrested a group believed to be connected to some of the burglaries. 

PHOTOS: Watchung Hills' Homecoming Night

A big game and a big night at Watchung Hills, with the annual Homecoming night festivities.

9/11 Memorial Assembly Completed

The township's two-year project is completed—with a dedication ceremony set for 10 a.m. Nov. 4.

Hurricane Sandy Could Be Headed for New Jersey

Patch will you stay abreast of developments through the storm in the next few days.

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