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Ridgewood Football Coach Chuck Johnson set to start his 35th season

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Ridgewood NJ,Ridgewood Football Coach Chuck Johnson,is set to start his 35th season , looking to improve on last years 8-3 record , with a loss in North 1 Group 5 semifinals and an overall team ranking # 9.

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Restaurant with Rooftop Bar Opening in the Old “Fish” Space in Ridgewood

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Ridgewood NJ, Ridgewood’s restaurant scene is about to welcome a new venue. Felina Restaurant and Bar. Felina, which will occupy the space that formerly housed seafood restaurant Fish in the old Bank of America ,Art Deco bank building  at 54 E. Ridgewood Avenue. in the heart of the Central Business District in Ridgewood, and will feature masterfully prepared meals by acclaimed chef Anthony Bucco and the first of its kind in Ridgewood ,a rooftop bar.

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Back to school by the numbers

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by Jonathon Allen ,Wealth Advisor
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Ridgewood NJ,Staples ran a fantastic back-to-school commercial in 1996. Let’s jump right over the fact that this makes this commercial 22 years old and look instead at the trends in buying and spending as Americans begin to send their children back to school over these next several weeks.  Continue reading Back to school by the numbers

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Reader says I have never seen the Duck Pond look worse than I have seen it now

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I grew up with the Duck Pond being partially raised in the village and I have never seen the condition of the park, specifically the pond, look worse than I have seen it now. It looks as if the county and or the town or whoever takes care of the Duck Pond has lost interest and doesn’t really care. The accumulation of algae this year is horrible to the point where I believe it could be toxic with the odor alone. Signs are posted at the Glen Rock park and pond location in Glen Rock, also run by the county, which warn of a toxic algae accumulation in their pond, which looks mild by comparison to the Duck Pond situation, where the smell is putrid to the point where it almost made me vomit. Don’t believe me, go to the Duck Pond as of August 25, 2018. Doesn’t anybody give a shit?

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Ice Cream Crawl in Ridgewood this week by visiting Ben and Jerry’s

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Ridgewood NJ, the Ridgewood blog continued its Ice Cream crawl in Ridgewood this week by visiting Ben and Jerry’s .  The ice cream was impressive , the  out door space in the form of a very inviting patio was a clear winner .

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All CBD Employee Parking Permit spots in the Walnut Lot Were Full for the First Time on Friday

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Ridgewood NJ, with the new parking rules for the CBD right around the corner , and threats of a new reinvigorated police parking enforcement regime going into effect on Friday August 24,the Ridgewood blog
for the first time found the “Employee parking” full in the Walnut street lot .

These spaces require a CBD Employee Parking Permit and are located in both the Walnut Street parking lot and the Cottage Place parking lot, and are delineated by signage. CBD Employee Parking Permits and monthly hang tags for CBD Employee parking may be purchased at the Reception Desk in Village Hall or daily parking may be paid for through Parkmobile or in Cottage Place, at the parking kiosks.

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BREAKING: Disturbing Emails sent through Ridgewood public schools email system

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Ridgewood NJ, the Ridgewood blog has uncovered disturbing Emails sent through Ridgewood public schools email system.

Groups like MoveOn.org and other far leftist propaganda organizations now have direct access to your children through the Ridgewood Public School email system , with no Opt-in. There also seems to be  little to no opposing opinions or factual information just non stop propaganda . MoveOn.org is even soliciting donations !

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Vaccines are not just for kids

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Ridgewood NJ, The Ridgewood Health Department and the New Jersey Department of Health remind you that your need for immunization doesn’t end when you become an adult. Get vaccinated to protect yourself and your loved ones from serious diseases.

August represents New Jersey’s Adult Vaccine Preventable Disease Awareness and Improvement Month, which coincides with the National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM), a national annual observance to raise awareness about the important role vaccines play in preventing serious, sometimes deadly, diseases. Continue reading Vaccines are not just for kids

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Borrow 24/7 from the Ridgewood Public Library

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Ridgewood Nj, Ridgewood Public Library cardholders, check out audiobooks, movies, ebooks and music for FREE on Hoopla. Best part: these titles are always available. Perfect for your summer travel. Set up your account today; please call the Reference Desk with any questions. https://www.ridgewoodlibrary.org/music-movies–tv

 

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Reader says Heather needs to take a daily trip at different times of the day instead of believing what Stacey tells her

I would like to see a copy of the lease and actually see what is permitted. Heather needs to take a daily trip at different times of the day instead of believing what Stacey tells her. And since her lease clearly does not have a clause permitting evening drinking parties (How does THAT connect with teaching children healthy living?) Do they pay for permits? Provide insurance to cover uses outside of their original lease? She may have a good idea for a business but not on town owned property. We provide every possible service to her free of charge. If it was not located there she would have to pay for water, electricity for outside lights as well as inside the house, grounds upkeep, etc, etc. All of this she gets for free. We need some camera toting people to photograph the buses, town workers doing everything on her property, and evening parties. I always thought Heather was astute and intelligent but she seems to have been brainwashed by someone on this subject!