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The award-winning Highlander marching band had the honor of stepping off at noon on Monday at the St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York City. These hometown musicians marched up Fifth Avenue on a sunny but cold March 17, much to the delight of the thousands who lined the parade route. They even made it onto the WNBC broadcast! The parade has been held in New York City for the past 252 years. The Highlanders have been invited to the parade - the largest parade in the world - for the past 12 years. West Milford Messenger reporter/photographer, high school senior and flute player Rachael Janz took the photos during the parade.

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Pool Rules


One Lucky Leprechaun
Our Cutest Leprechaun Contest has come to a close. Over the past few weeks, dozens of families submitted photos of their little ones: some were decked out in shamrocks and kilts,...
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Good, good music, good causes, too
WARWICK — The 2018 Hudson Valley Jazz Festival will hold its annual fund raiser on Sunday, May 6, at 4 p.m.
The Warwick Center for...

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String Haiku for Three Nor’Easters
March came in, lion
Roaring,”Climate change is here!”
Wide swath bomb cyclone!

That’s the term the experts used

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Joshua Woodrow Spear
Joshua Woodrow Spear of Upper Greenwood Lake, N.J., passed away on Thursday, March 15, 2018. He was 27.
He was born in Warwick, N.Y., on Nov. 5, 1990, the son of William...

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