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Inspirational Boy Mourned, Teens Cast Tony Winner in Film Top News

A round-up of the week's top headlines in Ridgewood and Glen Rock.

Ridgewood Police Honor Michael Feeney as One of Their Own


Few ten-year-olds have made an impact like Michael Feeney, the honorary chief of the Ridgewood Police Department.

The Hawes fifth grader, who last week succumbed to a four-year battle with Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare and aggressive bone cancer, was an inspirational force in the village and its police department, where his work reached beyond the honorary title bestowed upon him.

Award Winning Actor Featured in Ridgewood Teens’ Film


Two high school filmmakers, inching closer to the professional world, are planning a screening of their new movie "Shutterflies" this month.

Longtime Glen Rockers Open Borough Boutique


Eclectic home goods and accessories shop Verdi Blu opened in early November on Rock Road.

PSE&G Work to Resume in Ridgewood Next Week


With a green light from state regulatory officials, PSE&G plans to resume work on 65-foot utility poles in Ridgewood next week.

Ridgewood Could Limit Valley's Traffic Impact, Expert Says


The Ridgewood Planning Board, mulling a proposed master plan amendment that would allow Valley Hospital to nearly double the size of its facility, could take steps to limit traffic at the site if it approves the renovations, according to a consultant hired by the village.

Ridgewood Woman Creates Sandy-Inspired Mobile App


Successful crowd funding campaign would make CurrantNOW, an app to spread information during disasters, free for users.

Application for New Glen Rock Senior Complex Planned Next Year


A developer eyeing construction of an age-restricted residential complex on Prospect Street in Glen Rock plans to introduce an application with the borough in January, an attorney representing the company said Wednesday night.

Planning Board to Take Up Tree Policy


The Ridgewood Planning Board will soon begin consideration of a policy to prevent large swaths of the village’s trees from removal by developers.

Subway Coming Soon to Downtown Ridgewood


Chain will be the third national sandwich franchise to occupy store on the same block of Ridgewood Avenue.

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