Burglars Hit Burned Home, Closed Restaurant Replacement Search This Week
Top Mahwah Patch news of the week includes a tractor trailer accident on Route 17, and the town council urging the ban of military-style weapons
It’s been a busy week in Mahwah. Here’s a look at some of this week’s top Patch stories. If you have an idea for a story you’d like to see next week, email it to Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Police are looking for burglars who they say stole the few items the family owned that were not destroyed in the blaze
Police warn drivers should avoid Route 17 for several hours
DPW worker says the ongoing feud he has with the mayor is not over, and he is likely to file additional civil suits against the mayor
Town Council will send letters to the Governor, President and other state and federal lawmakers urging the ban of guns like those used in recent school shootings
Shake & Sizzle closed its doors in December. What would you like to see replace it?
Reservations are suggested for this Gallery Talk event
The council recently sent money to Governor Christie to aid in post-Sandy Jersey Shore relief
The Robyn D'Angelo School of Dance creates a community amongst its students, the owner says
Police entered a Mahwah home last June not knowing if a man who planned to shoot his wife and himself was alive or dead
Former Bergen County Freeholder Rob Hermansen plans to run for his party's nomination for an assembly seat, reports say
If you could make a New Year's resolution for Mahwah, what would it be?