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Shooting Threat Bans App, Lower than Average School Spending This Week

Top Patch stories of the week in Ridgewood, Glen Rock.

It's been a busy week in Ridgewood and Glen Rock. Check out some of the top stories of the week below, and if you have an idea for a story you'd like to see on the site next week, email it to jessica.mazzola@patch.com.

Ridgewood Schools Report Lower Than Average Per Pupil Spending

But, Glen Rock came in above the average in the state's recently released the 2014 Taxpayer's Guide to Education Spending.

Schools Banning Yik Yak App After Ridgewood Shooting Threat

According to a report, the App's creators have also disabled it at high schools across the country.

Philanthropist Hits 'Donation Milestone' with $40 Million to Valley Hospital

The hospital recently held a ceremony to thank Ridgewood resident David Bolger for his philanthropy. 

Borough Unveils Free 'Glen Rock App'


The app was created by students at the Stevens Institute of Technology as part of a senior project.

Residents Speak Out About Valley Expansion Proposal

Ridgewood residents argued for and against the 430,000 square foot expansion, report says.

Secret Gardens Tour Set to Return to Ridgewood

Biennial event typically draws hundreds of spectators.

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