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NY man has served 18 years on various robbery convictions in multiple states, police say.
A message of bipartisanship ties Mahwah politicians' endorsement of Chris Christie's reelection campaign to the Governor's visit to Ramapo College Tuesday, reports say.
A giant American flag flew over Main Street in Ramsey as police, fire, and military personnel from across the county accompanied a casket carrying Staff Sgt. Timothy McGill in a solemn procession. McGill was the son of a retired Mahwah Police Captain.
Last month, a Superior Court judge ruled that Mahwah zoning laws allowing for the Crossroads development were valid.
According to police, four teens met up in Mahwah for a cocaine deal. But when the alleged buyer realized the drugs weren’t real, the deal went south.
The new shop on Macarthur Boulevard hopes to become a hang out for locals and a destination for visitors, owners say.
Students qualify based on their PSAT scores.
Students joined thousands across the state for Just-a-Minute.