It’s been a busy week in Mahwah. Here’s a look at the top Patch stories of the week. If you have an idea for a story you’d like to see on the site next week, email it to Jessica.email@example.com.
The Chief of the Ramapough Lenape Indian Nation held a press conference with Mahwah's Mayor and Superintendent objecting to a NY Post review of the film 'Out of the Furnace' that they say negatively stereotypes members of the tribe.
UPDATE: After viewing it, Mahwah mayor says he believes the new movie is based on the Ramapough Lenape Indians.
Four men from Elizabeth were arrested after they allegedly followed a gas station courier to 12 stations and stole money from him outside the company's Mahwah headquarters, police said.
Developer talked about the possible architectural look of the 600,000 square foot shopping center at a hearing Monday.
Cops say they are investigating an early morning party fight that landed at least two locals in the hospital.
After a nine-month hiatus from public life, new councilman says returning to local government feels ‘natural.’
The public will be able to provide comments and give testimony on the proposed shopping center development that night. Then, the Board will vote on the Crossroads preliminary site plan application.