May was a busy month in Ridgewood and Glen Rock.
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The hospital recently held a ceremony to thank Ridgewood resident David Bolger for his contributions over the years.
1:1 Computer Device Initiative will be funded by the Ridgewood Education Foundation.
According to cops, the man got kicked out of the basement card game, then returned with a gun to shoot at the man he argued with, report says.
But, Glen Rock came in above the average in the state's recently released the 2014 Taxpayer's Guide to Education Spending.
Glen Rock Police arrested a Lodi man after a four-month investigation into a credit card fraud ring at local gas stations.
According to a report, the App's creators have also disabled it at high schools across the country, including RHS.
Voter turnout came in at about 20% in Tuesday's municipal election.
Bishop Gene Robinson became a symbol for gay rights after his 2010 marriage, report says.
Officials say the 'non-credible' threat against the school was made using the Yik Yak anonymous posting app.