Explosive Car Fire, Strong-Arm Robbery And More In Mahwah This Week
Top Patch news this week includes state aid figures, a list of township roadways that will be repaved this year, and an Iraq vet expanding his business
It was a busy week in Mahwah. Here’s a look at the top stories from the township this week. If you have an idea for a story you’d like to see covered on Patch, email Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Police and Fire
Five Mahwah Police officers are honoring the memories of local officers who have fallen in the line of duty by riding in this year’s Police Unity Tour.
A grand jury is going to hear the case of a Mahwah man accused of illegally chopping down 221 of his neighbors trees.
A car was completely destroyed after it burst into flames in the driveway of a Mahwah home.
The police department is updating its 18-year-old 911 emergency equipment, which officers say is essential to Mahwah’s safety.
Mahwah police are looking for a strong-arm robber who allegedly took money during a transaction at a Route 17 gas station.
One Mahwah Fire Company is giving residents the shot to win 2012-13 season tickets to see the Super Bowl champ NY Giants for $10. Find out what they plan to do with the fundraiser money.
The amount of state aid Mahwah’s municipal government will receive this year is just about $5M, the same amount it was last year.
Seven Mahwah streets will be paved this year. Thanks to one that’s a major project, township officials say other roads will not be fixed this year.
Mahwah was given a Standard and Poor’s AAA bond rating.
Mahwah schools will get $400K more in state aid next year than it did this year.
Thanks to a Reading Academy boot camp, students at Betsy Ross have read for over 267,000 minutes, and counting.
Since January, about a dozen Mahwah businesses and organizations have claimed their free Patch listings, making them more visible in the community. Find out who has claimed, and how you can do the same.
An Iraq War veteran from Mahwah expanded his farming business this year by finding a new place to sell his homegrown eggs.
The Count Basie Orchestra, which has raked in 17 Grammy Awards in its 80+ year history, planned a performance in Mahwah this weekend. One local musician is a member of the band.
Auditions for the “X-Factor” are coming to Bergen County this March.
A September 11 memorial and tribute to late resident Les Paul is now on display at the Mahwah Museum.