WARREN, NJ -  From accolades for Warren Township and Watchung Hills to saying goodbye to friends and continuing to search for the missing, as we close the chapter on 2017, take a look back at the top stories of the year:

A Life Saved in Warren: Board Recognizes Two WHRHS Students for Saving a Classmate

Update: State Police Release Details in I-78 Crash that Seriously Injured On-Duty Trooper in Warren


Missing Person: Margaret Haddican McEnroe Still Missing in Warren

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Watchung Hills Says Goodbye to Board Member Sondra Fechter After 36 Years
Warren’s Woodland School is a 2017 National Blue Ribbon Award Winner

Watchung Hills Board Member Resigns, Senior Cheerleaders Voice Concerns

WHRHS Football: Watchung Hills Defeats Hunterdon Central in OT on Senior Night

WHRHS Girls Basketball: Julia Cunningham Explodes for 40 and Hits 1000 points, Leads Warriors over RidGe

WHRHS Hockey: Warriors Fall to Ridge in NJSIAA Public A Final


Balding in Warren: 23 Students and WHRHS Staff Go Bald to Support Childhood Cancer Research 


WHRHS Students Perform With Broadway Cast in CHICAGO to Honor John Kander’s 90th Birthday
Warren Township Police Department becomes member of premier program designed to protect Warren’s Children


Warren Township Ranked as One of Safest Cities in New Jersey

Warren Township Board of Education Approves New Principal for Warren Middle School


Warren Student Addresses Board of Education on Bullying and Autism
Warren Township Committee Appoints Mayor and Deputy Mayor for 2017

Warren's Camp Riverbend Co-Founder Dies, Community Mourns

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