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Four Arrests, School Board Vacancies Top Local News This Week

Here's what you may have missed this week...

Jewelry Store Owner's Call Leads to Arrest of 4 Brooklyn Men

A quick-thinking Wyckoff business owner who saw something that made him uncomfortable outside his business last week called the Wyckoff Police Department, and before the night was through cops had arrested four Brooklyn men on multiple charges including theft and possession of stolen property.

Two Wyckoff BOE Seats Up for Grabs Following Resignations

Two school trustees resigned from the Wyckoff Public School Board of Education Monday night, leaving the seven-member body with a pair seats up for grabs.

Both Catherine Runge and Jill Mortimer resigned with the remainder their 2013 term left, according to Board of Education President Rob Francin.

Ramapo Student Inspires Giving at Paterson School

Jeremy Zucker not only gave, but inspired others to open up their hearts

Aoyama Brings Deliciously Creative Flair to Boulder Run

With its endless menu and unique fusion twist, this Boulder Run restaurant is a great getaway for lunch.

Vote for Your Wyckoff-Franklin Lakes Person of the Year [POLL]

Who was the most important newsmaker in 2012? Who made the biggest difference in the lives of Wyckoff and Franklin Lakes residents? Who deserves a pat on the back for their accomplishments last year?

Sunday is the final day of voting in your Person of the Year poll... vote now!

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