Cake Boss Opening, Valley Expansion Top February's Stories
Other top stories this month include a call for the village manager's resignation and a movement calling for a new look at homework levels in Glen Rock.
Television star Buddy Valastro joined with fans and officials to open his second Carlo's Bakery, located at 12 Wilsey Square.
Citing sources, Patch broke the news that the Ridgewood council majority were formally going to ask for the village manager's resignation in a closed session meeting.
Neighborhood Scout determined Ridgewood was among the safest cities with populations over 25,000 in the United States.
Patch broke the news that a lawsuit filed by citizen's opposition group Concerned Residents of Ridgewood (CRR) was dismissed, paving the way for a new expansion proposal.
Nearly 14 inches fell on Ridgewood and Glen Rock on the weekend of Feb. 8, but the two towns weathered the storm well.
An elderly man crossing Lincoln Avenue was struck by a car driven by juvenile Washington Township resident.
Glen Rock parent Sean Brennan penned an article examining the level of homework his 6th grade daughter receives. It spurred widespread parent interest in the borough and has led to closer examination of homework levels in schools.
The embattled village manager survived an expected ousting, with council members saying they'll work on close evaluations of his performance going forward.
Council members accused one another of conducting shady meetings with developers and fixing parking tickets. Council members later agreed to develop protocols for meetings and overall communication.
A Glen Rock volunteer firefighter died at the age of 21 on Feb. 8.