Attempted Child Luring, Car Flips After Tree Strike Top RW/GR Headlines

Check out the top headlines from this week.

Police Probe Reported Luring Attempt in Ridgewood

Three men in a car attempted to lure a Ridgewood middle school student on Friday before fleeing toward Glen Rock. 

A 73-year-old man's car flipped after he struck a tree on Van Emburgh Avenue, sending his 17-year-old passenger to the hospital.

After a year of proposals, the village council has decided not to change its leaf collection policy. Residents not following the rules could face fines between $200 and $1,000 as well as community service.

An arm of the RHS HSA is fundraising to construct a high-end research center to replace the 50-year-old high school library. The projected cost is $850,000.

Away No More: GRHS Multi-purpose Field Ready for Oct. 15 Game

Contractor Turco Golf accelerated pace means the multipurpose field will be open in time for the boys soccer game against Manchester. The lower soccer field should be ready in late October, early November.

Howard Fox Drops Out of GR Council Candidate Forum

Without explanation, Glen Rock council candidate Howard Fox elected not to participate in the League of Women Voters sponsored debate Monday night. The council portion therefore was cancelled, though school board candidate portion still was held.


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