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Ridgewood's William J. Bradley III Dies at 52

The father of two was an attorney and U.S. Marine veteran.

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Ridgewood Residents Must Register by Tuesday for BOE Vote

Proposed school budget would raise taxes $203 for the average resident.

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Chef Who Fed Pope, UFC Champ Among Bookends' April Authors

Other authors at Bookends include Mary Higgins Clark, Earl "The Pearl" Monroe, Kat Von D, and Ridgewood teacher Louisa Luisi.

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This Week: Budget Hearings, PSE&G Talks Sandy Shortcomings

Other events include "Easter in the Park" on Friday, and the Ridgewood school budget's public hearing on Wednesday.

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READ: The 'Scary Text' Ridgewood Kids Have Received

The threatening "Teddy Letter" has been floating around Somerville Elementary School, prompting the principal to ask parents to have a dialogue with their kids over social media.

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Ridgewood's Tips From Town, Bar Method Raise Money for Sandy Victims

More than $1,000 has been raised by the two village businesses to rebuild kindergarten classes in Long Island, New York.

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Ridgewood Settles Passaic River Chemical Lawsuit

Eight Ridgewood homes indirectly depositing waste into the Passaic River led to the state DEP naming it a party in a large lawsuit related to Agent Orange cleanup.

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Trenton Shorting Ridgewood, Officials Say

Council and school board members agreed the state aid levels put significant strain on their respective budgets.

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DeSimone Declared School Business Admin of the Year

Award provides for a $2,000 scholarship to a Ridgewood student.

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'Scary, Graphic' Text Message Circulates at Ridgewood Elementary School

Somerville Elementary School 5th graders received a chain mail message "spreading like wildfire," prompting the principal to ask parents to talk to their children about social media.

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