July Top Stories: Accidents, Water Quality Alert, Tax Bills & More
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With school out for the summer and an oppressive heatwave, Midland Park was pretty quiet in July. Here's a look at some of the top stories you might have missed while on vacation.
An officer who was injured in drunk driving ATV accident hopes to return to work for Midland Park Police Department.
Back-to-back police blotters reported home burglaries, among other offenses.
A driver lost control of her Toyota Camry, veered off the road, and hit a tree in front of the Midland Park Veterinary Clinic on Godwin Avenue in Midland Park.
Close to 20% of Ridgewood Water samples exceeded safe lead levels, prompting an ongoing study to correct corrosion. Here's what you need to know if you drink the water.
Who's taxes are the highest in Northwest Bergen County? Who's are the lowest? And where does Midland Park compare? Here's a look at the numbers
Wyckoff teen arrested with $10,000-worth of Oxycodone illustrates a new state report detailing the growing prescription drug problem in the suburbs.
Popular eatery was auctioned off on July 19.
Dinosaur park to get upgrade thanks to County Open Space grant.
Two Recreation Board members were replaced, the council passed a water restrictions ordinance and the Dairy Street playground was discussed.
School starts Sept. 6 and and ends on June 24, 2014. Here are some other key dates, links to supply lists and more.