>The Co-op’s Trike a Thon Helps St. Jude’s

>The Co-op’s Trike a Thon Helps St. Jude’sStudents at the Cooperative Nursery School of Ridgewood took to their tricycles on May 24th to help St. Jude’s.  The children participated in the Trike a Thon to raise money for the research center. They got to help out a great cause, have fun and learn about riding safety.  This is just […]

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>PARKING FEES in LOTS REDUCED – Starting Wednesday, June 1st

>PARKING FEES in LOTS REDUCED – Starting Wednesday, June 1stJune 1, 2011 ALL PARKING LOTS in Ridgewood will be enforced Monday through Saturday for 12 hours from 6AM to 6PM at the rate of 25 cents per hour. Meters will accept coins.TRAIN STATION LOT is the only lot that will require a Resident Permit.UP3 Permits […]

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>Village of Ridgewood : Council Meetings

>Village of Ridgewood : Council Meetings06/01/11 7:30PM Village Council Work Session 06/07/11 7:30PM Planning Board Public Meeting 06/08/11 8:00PM Village Council Public Meeting 06/14/11 7:30PM Board of Adjustment Public Meeting 06/21/11 7:30PM Planning Board Public Meeting  

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>New Jersey Choral Society Concert Benefits Center for Food Action

>New Jersey Choral Society Concert Benefits Center for Food ActionExperience the passion, spirituality, and richly diverse musical legacies of Antonin Dvorák and Leonard Bernstein as the New Jersey Choral Society presents “Legacy” on Friday, June 3 at 8:00 pm in Ridgewood’s West Side Presbyterian Church and on Saturday, June 4 at 8:00 pm in the Church […]

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>Comin’ this summer… $5 gas

> Comin’ this summer… $5 gasBy PAUL THARPLast Updated: 7:10 AM, May 29, 2011Posted: 10:34 PM, May 28, 2011The forecast for the summer driving season: Hit the road early. Not to beat the traffic, but to beat the higher gas prices expected in mid-July.Goldman Sachs’ crystal ball is proclaiming that oil will soon soar to $135 […]

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>Taxpayers’ Guide to Education Spending – May 2011

>Taxpayers’ Guide to Education Spending – May 2011IntroductionThe Taxpayers’ Guide to Education Spending (Taxpayers’ Guide) provides officials and the public the opportunity to view and compare all dollars spent on students for which public schools must provide services.  Since previously reported per pupil costs did not include all expenditures, the Department has created a new […]

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>Ridgewood Fourth of July Celebration Committee recognizes and thanks those who make it all possible

>Ridgewood Fourth of July Celebration Committee recognizes and thanks those who make it all possibleIt is with great enthusiasm and gratitude that the Ridgewood Fourth of July Celebration Committee recognizes and thanks the following businesses and residents for their role in making it all possible.  Without the generous support from participants like these, our celebration […]

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>BOOKENDS : Shawn Green June 7th

>Shawn Green, Tues., June 7th @ 5:00pm Former New York Mets Outfielder, Shawn Green, will sign his new book:  The Way of BaseballBooks available June 7th 211 East Ridgewood Ave.  Ridgewood, NJ  07450      Tel: (201)445-0726        www.book-ends.com   

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>Legislators look to snoop on home Schoolers

>Legislators look to snoop on home Schoolers After Irvington suspected neglect case, legislator considers home-schooling lawsWhen Collingswood police found four brothers literally starving in their own home eight years ago, then-Assemblywoman Loretta Weinberg proposed a law requiring other home-schooled children to get an annual physical and pass standardized tests.  (Livio, The Star-Ledger)http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/05/after_irvington_suspected_negl.html   

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>N.J. Agriculture Dept. touts state’s national ranking in plant, flower sales

>N.J. Agriculture Dept. touts state’s national ranking in plant, flower salesAn agricultural survey released Friday helped maintain New Jersey’s nickname as the Garden State, as sales of plants and flowers grew 7 percent last year over 2009’s total.  (Hassan, State Street Wire)http://www.politickernj.com/48154/nj-agriculture-dept-touts-states-national-ranking-plant-flower-sales  

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