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January's Top Ten Most Clicked Stories

Employee parking meter theft accusation, luxury housing proposal among January's top reads.

Village Employee Accused of Stealing Parking Meter Quarters

Thomas Rica, 42, the Ridgewood Public Works Inspector, was arrested on charges of theft for allegedly pilfering the village's parking meter coin collection.

A 17-year-old was drunk when he struck a parked car, fled the scene and later evaded police when they confronted him at his home, police said.

Teen Charged in Driveway Crash That Left Victim Hospitalized

A Ridgewood 18-year-old was charged with reckless driving in connection to an accident that sent a 21-year-old woman to the hospital.

'Ridgewood Station' Concept Unveiled at Ken Smith Site [Photos]

A developer envisions a 114-unit luxury apartment complex with retail space at the site of a shuttered car dealership. Residents are concerned about traffic, density and potential impact of school-aged children.

A "ninja flip" likely cushioned the blow a Ridgewood woman receieved when struck by a vehicle crossing the street near New York Sports Club. The driver fled the scene. No arrests have been made.

Village Woman Accused of Threatening to Shoot Medical Office Employee

A 62-year-old woman allegedly called a doctor's office and told an employee she would "get a gun and shoot her."

Wa Lobster Pot, serving breakfast by day and seafood by night, opened in the space formerly housed by Lisa's Turkish Kitchen this month.

A damning report created by a volunteer finance board projects taxes for the average resident to rise from about $15,500 a year to more than $25,000 a year within a decade.

Pedestrian Struck on Franklin Avenue

A woman received a summons for allegedly striking a pedestrian crossing the dangerous intersection of Franklin and Walnut on Jan. 9. The victim sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

Ridgewood Teacher Pleads Guilty to Disorderly Conduct Charge

Ridgewood 7th grade Spanish teacher was sentenced to 30 days of community service and over $1,000 in court fees when he pled guilty to a lesser charge following his shoplifing arrest. Superintendent Dan Fishbein said the district was investigating whether to take action on Adolfo Noya, 47.

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