As quickly as it began, the summer is almost officially over. Below, check out the Top Ten most-clicked Mahwah Patch stories of August, in reverse order.
Campion's last day working for the township was supposed to be September 30.
The municipal pool is operating in the red, and is on track to recoup less money this year than it did last year.
The Mahwah Municipal Alliance's annual raffle awarded the politician a new Audi Q5.
Sammy, Roxy, Bella, and Molly are all popular choices, but they didn't clinch the #1 spot. Also, check to see some of the most unique names given to Mahwah pups.
The group is looking for more owners to sign on to the suit, which township officials say could decide the fate of the "95-5 rule" for the state.
Pretty popular week in review.
A quick-thinking loss prevention manager pursued the men to a nearby gas station and alerted police.
Two homes were broken into in one day, and police say they are looking for a suspect who was spotted at the scene of one of the crimes.
Imperial Dynasty replaces a different type of restaurant that went out of business earlier this year.
Donna Ciongoli says she was at Wawayanda Beach with family members when she saw a 'completely blue' little boy being taken from the water.
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