Daytime Burglaries, Chaos at the Courthouse and Bergenfield Weighs In On Hekemian
Catch up on the week in local news in New Milford
Residents advised to lock doors and windows and report any suspicious activity to New Milford Police
New Milford man awaiting a hearing in drug court is caught on camera breaking water pipe flooding the courthouse and forcing its closure for the day.
Bergenfield speaks out to negative impact of United Water Property Development.
Sanzari's New Bridge Inn is seeking a variance to expand and knock down two homes on the property. Teaneck residents say traffic and flooding will increase.
Gospel Fellowship Church's site plan denied by the Planning Board in 2011 "substantially the same" as plan submitted by Riverview Racquetball Club and approved by Planning Board in 2008 for same site.
At a county conference on Disaster Preparedness, Freeholder John Driscoll cites the New Milford floods that followed Hurricane Irene as a reason for United Water and PSE&G to have representatives present during times of disasters.
New Jersey legislators and mayors urge New York to pass legislation creating a bistate flood commission to coordinate management and flood prevention of waterways that flow between Rockland and Bergen counties.
Chief Frank Papapietro warmly remembers his mentor and friend, Chief James Rittgers (Ret.), and the standing legacy he left in the New Milford Police Department.
72.2 percent of students taking Advanced Placement tests score scored 3 or better, a dramatic increase over last year's 46.2 percent.
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