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The men led police on a car chase down Route 17 that ended in an accident, police say.
Ten Mahwah corporations will pay taxes on more than $600 million worth of assessed property value this year.
The Super Bowl-sanctioned event in Mahwah next week will feature former Giants George Martin and Karl Nelson, and Mahwah's own NFL player Kevin Haslam, as well as 100 local non-profits.
Robert Kratch, a Mahwah High grad who played for the Giants and Patriots, will be back in the township to help the township prep for the Super Bowl.
The township's smartphone application will continue to be up and running until a decision is made about whether to keep funding it in 2014, officials said.
Green Beret Tim McGill was killed in action in Afghanistan last year. His family and the community are now coming together for soldiers overseas serving in a camp that has been renamed in McGill’s honor.