Week in Review: Lemonade Stand Flashing, Fugitive Nabbed, Dogs Flee After Burglary
Catch up on what we reported this week.
A 46-year-old Ridgewood man is facing lewdness charges after he allegedly tried to get three juvenile girls selling lemonade to see his exposed genitals. Sean Malone, of Prospect Street, is being held at Bergen County Jail on $10,000 bail.
A New York woman was arrested for her alleged role in a fraud ring Glen Rock police say is responsible for thieving pharmacies – including one in the borough – out of 5,000 Oxycodone pills, at a street value of $100,000.
Small business owners have enough to worry about but some in Glen Rock are quite concerned about the impact of a NJ Transit construction project that forces detours through the business district.
Village native and new principal of the high school speaks about five-year vision, what students should take advantage of, and what he's most excited for.
A compassionate, alert Ridgewood resident helped keep a bad situation from getting worse when he retrieved his neighbors dogs after they escaped following a burglary.
Ever wonder why it's hard to start a business in Ridgewood or make construction changes? We break down some of the reasons here.
Though Ryan Murphy preferred a 19-year-old kid from Miami for a role on Glee, Ridgewood's Ali Stroker says she's going to continue following her dreams.
Ridgewood will be hiring a "senior climber" while pursuing a limited outsourcing plan to cut and prune hundreds of trees in the village. The council has not finalized its shade tree policy. All three of its shade tree workers are retiring in 2012.