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Slain Waldwick woman's baby faces uncertain future

Spatucci remained silent throughout the hearing, turning once to whisper to his attorney, Aidan P. O'Connor. The lawyer, who said he was privately retained by Spatucci's family, entered a plea of not guilty on Spatucci's behalf.

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Ex-boyfriend of young mom slain in her Waldwick home held on a murder charge

The ex-boyfriend of a 23-year-old single mother whose body was found Wednesday in her parents' Mary Lane home has been arrested and is being held on a murder charge in Bergen County Jail, according to county records.

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Waldwick police block off Mary Lane as county detectives investigate incident

Waldwick police officers have blocked off Mary Lane while they investigate an incident at a home on the block. Authorities have released no information about the incident earlier today at 13 Mary Lane. The Bergen County Prosecutor's Office chief of detectives is at the scene.

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Waldwick voters to decide whether to dredge pond on pond dredging

The Township Council plans to schedule a referendum for November 2014 on the issue of clearing debris from White's Pond.

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Waldwick Chamber boogies to aid women's shelter


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Northwest Bergen County Utilities Authority to refund $1.6M to 7 towns

The Northwest Bergen County Utilities Authority will refund a total of almost $1.6 million to seven municipalities which jointly funded the sewage treatment plant in Waldwick almost 45 years ago.

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Residents ask Waldwick to clean White's Pond

Waldwick residents who live along White’s Pond say it needs to be restored and protected from the debris and muck that are choking it.

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Waldwick asking voters to renew open space tax


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Waldwick Lions golf outing aids sight-impaired


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Waldwick musician picked to perform in NJ Transit's 'Music in Motion'

Waldwick musician Tim Gysin has been selected to perform in NJ Transit's "Music in Motion" series, a pilot program that will bring a variety of musicians to its Hoboken, Secaucus Junction and Newark Penn Stations to perform for customers during the late Friday commute.

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