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Acting Police Chief Mantone to Retire

Acting Madison Police Chief Jerry Mantone has decided to retire after 34 years of service.

Madison Lawyer Sentenced for Mortgage Fraud Scheme

Madison resident Paul DiGiacomo was sentenced to seven years in state prison for his role in a mortgage fraud scheme that involved obtaining a mortgage in a dead man's name, the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General announced.

Homemade Dog Biscuits on Sale to Help Madison Boy

Sales have been brisk for Jack's Homemade Dog Biscuits.

Children at Grace Episcopal Church made hundreds of the dog biscuits and are selling them at $5 a bag to raise money to get a service dog for Jack Harter, a 6-year-old Madison boy who has a disease that leaves him with little mobility and no way to consistently communicate.

Madison Rolls Past Dover Behind Goodwin in Opener

The two-time defending state champion Madison High School football team opened the 2012 season with a resounding 36-6 win over Dover at home.

Walgreens Hopes to Open By Year's End

The Madison Walgreens could be open by January.

Links Steps Down From Campaign for Health Reasons

Madison Borough Councilman Don Links has stepped down from his re-election campaign for health reasons, and Carmen Pico, who waged a write-in campaign in the Republican primary, will join John Hoover on the ballot in November.

Madison Police Arbitration Award Affirmed

The New Jersey Public Employment Relations Commission has affirmed an arbitration award for a Madison police union contract that is retroactive to 2010.

Top Cop Promotion Process Not Ready

A draft of an ordinance spelling out the process for appointing the chief of the Madison Police Department was not ready to be introduced, and a subcommittee of council members will study possible models, the mayor said.

Madison's Running Late Opens for Third Eye Blind

Six Madison residents who comprise the band Running Late played the Stone Pony in Asbury Park with a band they grew up listening to—Third Eye Blind.

Photos: Madison Goes Back to School

Readers and the Madison Patch editor uploaded photos capturing the excitement the first day of school.

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