The county was certified by United States Department of Housing and Urban Development as the first place to eradicate homelessness among those with disabilities and other complex needs.
At least five dogs treated in North Jersey likely contracted a potentially fatal infection after they drank water contaminated with urine from infected wildlife, officials said.
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