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Glen Rock school board pulls vote on activity fee

The measure, slated for the 2013-14 term, was kicked back to the board's governance committee for further evaluation.

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'Theatre Through the Ages' Coming to Glen Rock

High school students will be performing spring showcase, featuring scenes from famous "genre-defining" plays.

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Glen Rock schools get high marks in state performance reports

The new School Performance Reports replace the old state "school report cards."

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Glen Rock police charge man with possession of child pornography

Borough man charged Friday following a joint investigation.

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Glen Rock Man Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

Borough man allegedly had images of pre-pubescent children engaging in sexual acts on his computer.

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Glen Rock police warn of pornographic spam sent to smart phones

Unsolicited pornographic images popped up on the smart phones of several borough residents earlier this week, prompting police to issue a warning about the images.

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Glen Rock's governing body sets final vote on municipal budget

Taxes will increase about $174 for the average homeowner.

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Glen Rock council endorses Lions Club proposal

Members of the Borough Council confirmed their support of a Lions Club International proposal to form a Glen Rock chapter.

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Glen Rock smart phones receiving unwanted porn

Unsolicited pornographic images popped up on the smart phones of several Glen Rock residents earlier this week, prompting police to issue a warning.

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Glen Rock's 'Bring Your Own Bag Week' starts Saturday

Glen Rock Environmental Commission urging all residents to bring their own reusable bags on shopping trips.

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