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Seth Boyden School puts on the The Wizard of Oz.
It's not quite goodbye, but your Patch editor is off to Union County. A new Maplewood editor should be announced in the coming months.
Opinion, Volunteers in the News
Mr. Dickens himself expresses gratitude to those who made his village possible this past holiday season.
“Living with the challenges associated with disability often assists the artist in the creative process, making the artwork that much more compelling and vibrant."
Who knew that Cape May would be in better shape than Maplewood?
Personal recollections of the World Trade Center's iconic towers.
The cycle of the Catholic calendar and the meaning of holy days and seasons are reflected in the colors of the priest's chasubles — or vestments.
Nothing gets those DPW guys down — not even grumpy old men.
A look back at the first 19 months of Maplewood Patch, as Patch grows from three towns to 100 sites.
The editor muses on seven weeks on the job as Maplewood Patch editor.
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