Saturday Aug 23
Waldwick moves ahead with pond dredging referendum
Wording for an autumn ballot question, asking if the borough should spend nearly $4 million to dredge White's Pond, has been sent to the county clerk for processing.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Waldwick hires part-time police dispatcher
Having hiring a part-time dispatcher to help fill a vacancy that will occur next month, a borough official said it is not an indication that the borough will be looking to outsource its dispatching services as some of its neighbors are considering.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Ridgewood News Op-Ed: When the cemetery dies
After Paramus Plains Cemetery closed, the remains of the men and women who were buried there were reinterred at George Washington Memorial Park.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Districts prepare for new testing
Area schools are poised for their first year under new computer standardized testing that will determine how well they have assimilated national Common Core state standards over the past four years.
Close call in Wyckoff
With no where to go but over a guardrail, a local police officer found himself leaping out of the way of a careening car on Route 208 while conducting a traffic stop early last week.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Road Warrior: Pair push to shield Waldwick from Route 17
Anyone who risks driving Route 17 each day can relate to the perils posed by this north-south artery.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Profiles in Leadership: Waldwick Mayor Thomas Giordano
On about three or four days a week, says Giordano, you can find him at work behind his desk in borough hall, where you'll find "the door always open" to what he calls "Waldwick's office."
Two file for two seats on Waldwick Board of Education
One incumbent is seeking another term on the school board and another is not, opening the door for a newcomer.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Wyckoff crash injures woman; two township cops narrowly escape harm
What started as a routine stop for a motor vehicle violation on Route 208 on Monday afternoon ended with an accident that seriously injured a female motorist, totaled one police cruiser and damaged another, and came perilously close to crushing a police officer against the highway guard rail, authorities said.
The Jersey Journal
State ranked 14th on law enforcement fatality list for year
The recent deaths of Jersey City Detective Melvin Santiago and a Bergen County officer were the state's first on-the-job law enforcement fatalities since 2012.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Road Warrior: A safer way to police speeders? Route 17 neighbors offer their help
Lisa Sheriff, right, with her daughter Jacqueline, says police checking for speeders along Route 17 in Waldwick can park in her driveway to stay safe.
3 NJ legislators introduce bill to create 'Christopher Goodell Memorial Highway'
In a tribute to a fallen policeman, three state legislators introduced a bill Thursday to create the "Christopher Goodell Memorial Highway" along Route 17 in Waldwick.