August's Top Ten Most Clicked-On Stories
A decision on township recycling, teen break-ins, and Miss New Jersey all made the list. See which story is Number 1.
Coming up on Labor Day weekend, it is hard to believe that August, and summer, are nearly over. It’s been a busy month! Here’s a look at August’s most clicked-on Mahwah Patch stories, in reverse order.
New frozen yogurt shop on Franklin Turnpike hopes to be a 'hang out' for kids, teens and families in Mahwah
Township has received inquiries about turning the now-defunct religious retreat into a convention center or 40 single-family homes
Companies headquartered in Mahwah showed millions of dollars of growth over the past three years, report finds
The Miss Bergen County winner says pageants help her fight bullying
23-year-old employee died after an accident at Campgaw August 3, reports say
Police may press charges against group of teens who allegedly broke into the home of a vacationing family and stole money
Bill Laforet's public rebuke of Township Council over killing of recycling privatization plan leads to acrimony as election looms.
Friends got caught trying to throw a party at a vacationing family's empty house, which police say has become a common problem this summer
The Mahwah Township Council voted to keep recycling services in Mahwah despite urging from the administration that outsourcing would be the best available option.
A pre-election political battle got heated when Councilman John Roth, who is up for reelection this November, accused Mayor Bill Laforet, also up for reelection, of taking “politically-motivated” actions against him.
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