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Come celebrate Femmebot owner, Tina Setia’s birthday with Music, Cocktails&15% off entire purchase

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FEMMEBOT

It’s owner Tina Setia’s Birthday!!
Music by DJ Allai

Saturday, March 9th 2019
5pm-10pm

Join us for an evening of Music, Cocktails and Shopping!
15% off of your entire purchase!
203 East Ridgewood Ave, 
Ridgewood, NJ 07450

@femmebotstye

www.femmebot.com

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Ridgewood Church Offered Drive-thru Ashes for Ash Wednesday

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Ridgewood NJ, In you were in a rush yesterday for Ash Wednesday  Christ Church Ridgewood offered a drive-thru ashes for the busy New Jerseyans. In an era where you can get just about anything in a drive-thru, even drive-thru ashes are available on Ash Wednesday at Christ church in Ridgewood.

Father Tom Mathews of Christ Church Ridgewood  told CBS news that several hundred people took advantage of the drive thru service in a one hour and cars lined up in the parking lot to receive the ashes and then go on their way. 

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Olive R Twist Olive Oil Co. – Join Us For Our Next Fun And Exciting Cooking Class With Sous Chef Melanie Bryant Of “From Scratch” Here In Ridgewood

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Ridgewood NJ, Join us for our next fun & exciting cooking demo on Feb. 27th @ 7pm. Sous Chef Melanie Bryant of ‘From Scratch” restaurant in Ridgewood has some amazing recipes in store for us! Starters include our own EVOO cocktail, Kale salad w/Chile Oil dressing, & Roasted Squash Hummus. Entrees include Mussels w/veggies in Creme Fraiche sauce & a stuffed vegetable w/Almond Oil & Saffron bread crumb topping
Where: Olive R Twist, 34 Wilsey Square, Ridgewood, NJ
Cost: $45.00

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Reader says , “To stuff so many apartments in a suburban area that’s already dense is terrible”

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“To stuff so many apartments in a suburban area that’s already dense is terrible. The impact will be tremendous. I see all 3 sites (including what’s being built next to YMCA) along the tracks as I ride the train every morning. They will choke the whole look and feel of Ridgewood. Current residents who appreciated CBD will try to avoid it at any cost. What’s most concerning is who will occupy these apartments. Multi children families, section 8 recipients (if they can’t fill them up fast enough)? Will there be speculation? What other games are being considered to mess up RW?
It is so sad to see same faces who openly supported Aronsohn & Co show their happiness that things are moving along. Are they plain idiots or simply mean spirited? Their own quality of life is about to take a hit as well.”

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Ridgewood Police Report Repercussions of Village of Ridgewood Mail Drop Box Thefts

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Ridgewood NJ, Ridgewood Police report repercussions of Village of Ridgewood mail drop box thefts :

On December 30th, Det. Douglas Henky responded to the Ridgewood Post Office to investigate a report of criminal mischief and theft from a USPS mailbox. Upon arrival the mailbox was discovered to have been forced open and mail was removed from within. A Postal Supervisor was on scene and recovered the remaining pieces of mail from inside. The U.S. Postal Police were notified of the incident.

On December 31st, two additional USPS mailboxes were discovered to have been forced open on Cottage Place. Patrol units and the Ridgewood Detective Bureau responded to investigate. The mail recovered within was turned over to the Ridgewood Postal Supervisor and the Postal Inspectors were notified.

On January 2nd, an Amsterdam Avenue resident responded to Ridgewood Police headquarters to report a fraud and theft in the past. The victim reported multiple personal checks were discovered altered and fraudulently cashed by persons not intended. The mailed items were believed to have been stolen from a USPS mailbox within the Village.

An employee of an East Ridgewood Avenue business responded to Ridgewood Police headquarters on January 3rd to report a theft and fraud in the past. The business reported a mailed check was altered and cashed by a person not intended. The check was believed to have been stolen from a USPS mailbox in the Village.

On January 3rd, an Oak Street resident responded to Ridgewood Police headquarters to report a fraud and theft in the past. The victim reported a personal check was discovered altered and fraudulently cashed by persons not intended. The mailed check was believed to have been stolen from a USPS mailbox within the Village.