It was a busy week in Mahwah. Here’s a look at some of the top stories covered on Patch this week. If you have an idea for a story you’d like to see on Patch in the future, email it to Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org.
During an ongoing public hearing on the Crossroads Town Center, a controversial retail development slated for the intersection of routes 17 and 287, a traffic expert said the mall would add about 1,000 cars per day to Route 17 in Mahwah. While he said the projection“was workable,” most cars coming to the center, he said, would be coming from within a 20 miles radius.
Teachers announced this week that they will be waiting until a state-mediated meeting between the MEA and the board in May to discuss contract negotiations. Both sides say they are eager to reach settlement.
A realization at this week’s board meeting revealed that teachers may not chaperone this year’s eighth grade trip, thanks to ongoing contract negotiations.
Jonathan Demme was on hand to help raise money for two Haitian students studying in Mahwah on scholarship.
Yvonne Beatrice was given the award by the Daughters of the America.
One particular grade at GW has more students enrolled in each class than the state average. Concerned parents went to a board meeting this week to ask for an additional class next year.
Mahwah volunteers, who have served about 40 years each of volunteered time supporting Mahwah, were awarded this week with mayoral passes.
The owners of , who have lives in Mahwah with their family for nearly 20 years, usually spend their winters clearing snow from their clients’ parking lots. Find out what they did this year.
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The Mahwah Museum has opened an exciting new exhibit, “New Jersey Fights in the Civil War – Remembering Soldiers Buried in Mahwah.”
A new Supercuts is coming to Mahwah. A branch of the hair cutting franchise is preparing to open in one of the vacant storefronts in the Gateway Center on Franklin Turnpike.
Group is putting together multi-cultural fundraiser to benefit the Mahwah Marine Moms.