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The Week That Was in The Caldwells

Former Caldwell man charged with daughter's death among the week's headlines.

The past week began with an autopsy confirming the death of a 20-year-old who grew up in Caldwell was a homicide.

The week ended, however, on a much lighter note with many area residents taking advantage of the opening of Grover Cleveland Park's pond for ice skating.

Here's a look at The Caldwells week in review:

Monday:

The Connecticut state medical examiner officially rules the death of former Caldwell resident and student Amanda Dobrzanski a homicide. Adam Dobrzanski, is accused of slashing his daughter's throat in what police have called a murder-suicide plot in Greenwich, Conn., where the family had lived the past several years. http://patch.com/viWq 

Tuesday:

Agreement that will save two West Caldwell police officers their jobs and the town approximately $130,000 in 2010, awaits formal approval. Among the police concessions are a slight reduction in salary and no paid overtime for training sessions. http://patch.com/veLX 

The trio of Connor Smith, Mike Fess and Dave Levinsky power the Caldwell High boys basketball team to its fourth straight win with a 61-54 victory over Belleville at home. http://patch.com/vBOG

Wednesday:

Caldwell's Eurogrill offers traditional Portuguese barbeque and more. http://patch.com/vxku

West Caldwell and Caldwell consider sharing a CFO as municipalities' searches become more urgent. http://patch.com/vEeb

Thursday:

West Caldwell Police Chief Michael Bramhall a calming influence for department, successfully overcomes first hurdle since November promotion. http://patch.com/vLFO

The Caldwell boys basketball team's winning streak snapped by unbeaten Millburn. http://patch.com/vYUj

Two James Caldwell High grads help ring in the new year in The Rooke Chapel Bell Choir of Bucknell University's performance at The First Presbyterian Church in Caldwell. http://patch.com/wFIo

Friday:

About an inch of morning snow doesn't alter start times of Caldwells schools. http://patch.com/vWhu

West Caldwell Health Official Peter Tabbot prepares for the several hundred expected at Saturday's H1N1 clinic open to the general public at James Caldwell High School. http://patch.com/vZXM

Saturday:

Remember When? The lunchtime tradition of kickball in The Caldwells is revisited. http://patch.com/wiHt

West Caldwell H1N1 clinic draws approximately 300. http://patch.com/wlJi

The Caldwell High boys basketball team escapes late scare from rival West Essex. http://patch.com/wpKq

The Caldwell High girls basketball continues its defensive prowess in limiting West Milford to 21 points to notch third win of the season. http://patch.com/wzPI

An Oak Place home in North Caldwell is broken while the residents are not home between the hours of 2 and 8 p.m. http://patch.com/wGUR

Sunday:

Remember When? The Blizzard of 1978 dumps nearly 3 feet of snow in The Caldwells. http://patch.com/wwaq

Skaters take advantage of the opening of Grover Cleveland Park's pond. http://patch.com/wusN

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