May was a busy month in Wyckoff and Franklin Lakes.
Below is a look at the Top 10 most clicked-on Patch stories of the month, in reverse order. If you have an idea for a story you’d like to see on the site in June, email it to Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The top stories from a week this month.
Director of Curriculum will take over the district’s top spot, report says.
According to a report, the Dominican national agreed to a prison sentence and deportation in exchange for his guilty plea.
College student will go on to compete in the National Miss Pageant this summer.
Owner of Villa Amalfi cost the government $166K, officials said.
Police say they may be charging additional teenagers and adults in connection with the Memorial Day weekend party.
Cops say the 19-year-old Franklin Lakes woman was seriously injured when she drove through several Wyckoff properties and crashed into a retaining wall.
College freshman Michael Menakis's death come a few months after a fellow Northern Highlands grad and college athlete committed suicide, reports say.
Bravo released a sneak peek of the new season.