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Performers from popular shows are scheduled to take stage at opening night concert.
Back to School
Technology teacher, known by many as the 'recycling guy,' has big plans for this school year.
Derrith Spitzer collects more than 23,000 bandages, which are a 'reward' for young patients.
Emily Silverman places first, Matt Calapatia earns honorable mention in German essay contest.
Now in its fifth year, series of one-act plays on stage Friday night at Hillsborough High.
Students perform in four separate groups named after presidents.
Sixth grader Shreyas Murali wins Gary T. Smith award.
Auten Road Intermediate School teacher 'wanted to try to have an impact.'
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