Top MPK Stories in June
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June was a busy month in Midland Park, with lots of events and breaking news stories. Here's a look back at some of the top June stories that you might have missed:
MPHS Class of '94 Grad Elaine Mejury-Mazurek gets help from the Wyckoff Y and the community in funding her fight against cancer.
The following items were supplied to the Midland Park Press by the Midland Park Police Department
Coach Ali Bryan resigns after an unforgettable season.
A woman on a mobility scooter was struck by a car while trying to cross Goffle Road on June 12.
Second bear captured in Ridgewood highlights the need for bear education in suburbia.
Whether installing an inground pool or a temporary inflatable cooling pool for the summer, the process is the same.
Take a look at the accomplishments of this year's graduating class!
It was 75 years ago this month, when a handsome, young rookie pitcher from Midland Park set a Major League Baseball record that has never been broken, and probably never will.
The following police blotter items were submitted to the Midland Park Press by the Midland Park Police Department.
Ridgewood Water Company changed the odd-even watering restrictions. Here's what you need to know.