Alleged Drunk Driver Hits Fence, GR Mayor Talks 2013 Goals in Week's Top Stories
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Wa Lobster Pot, scheduled to open next week, will be offering breakfast by day and high-quality seafood by night on Chestnut Street.
John van Keuren, the Glen Rock mayor, said he's hopeful the borough can draft a strong shade tree policy, make headway on adding senior housing to town, and further strengthen communication with residents.
Art Pazan was appointed Glen Rock Borough Council President on Wednesday, and Councilwoman Joan Orseck took a minute to speak on the contrast in government effectiveness between Washington and Glen Rock.
An eighteen-year-old Ridgewood man was charged with assault by auto and several traffic charges related to an accident that injured a 21-year-old village woman in a bizarre driveway accident in December.
A 34-year-old village man was charged with DWI for allegedly driving through a white picket fence at the intersection of Lenhard Place and Woodside Place on New Year's Day.
The top read stories in December included a Glen Rock man apologizing for embezzling from a youth soccer organization, a man who allegedly was high on heroin when he crashed into a tree, and the capture of a large black bear in a Glen Rock neighborhood.
The new brunch heavyweight in Ridgewood will be incorporating more pastries and desserts into the menu as 2013 advances.