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30 years later, man who killed parents in Ho-Ho-Kus says he's ready for freedom

Richard Spillane says the mental illness that led him to murder his parents in the family’s Ho-Ho-Kus home has been under control for years. He takes anti-psychotic medication, he says, and no longer hears the voices he believed were sent into his brain by CIA computers.

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Ho-Ho-Kus school board looks to expand its technology initiatives

HO-HO-KUS €” Having kids bring in tablets has been beneficial.

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North Jersey restaurants to participate in New Jersey Wine & Food Festival

Chakra, Axia Taverna and Ho-Ho-Kus Inn

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Ridgewood settles with woman injured in fall

The Ridgewood Village Council agreed Wednesday to pay a Ho-Ho-Kus woman $15,000, settling a lawsuit filed last year after a slip-and-fall incident.

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Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern wine and beer tastings

Pacific Northwest wines, Yuengling beer

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Chef Steven Christianson of St. Eve's in Ho-Ho-Kus on his $1,400 meal, his idea to launch a vegetarian restaurant and his sweet tooth

St. Eve's chef-owner talks about culinary hero, inspiration

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Neighbors in Ho-Ho-Kus join Schedler property discussion in Ridgewood

Ho-Ho-Kus residents raise concerns about plans for Schedler site in Ridgewood.

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Ho-Ho-Kus residents fear traffic impact of Ridgewood project

HO-HO-KUS €” Ridgewood is looking to redevelop a neighboring property.

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Ho-Ho-Kus school board looks at four possible plans for new track

HO-HO-KUS €” Officials hope to replace their aging track and field.

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Civil War reenactors to gather in Ho-Ho-Kus on Jan. 18 and 19

Revolutionary war site hosts Civil War reenactors

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