September was a busy month in Wyckoff and Franklin Lakes. Below is a look at the top Patch stories of the month, in reverse order.
Power was not completely stored until the next day.
The first of two week-in-review on the list.
Longtime Wyckoff resident has been a Girl Scout leader, PTO member, realtor, and is now an entrepreneur.
Bergen County officials called for a federal investigation after a traffic stop involving a freeholder from Franklin Lakes embroiled in a wide-reaching conflict over the future of Bergen County’s law enforcement.
The story of his alleged run from cops is further up on the list.
Franklin Lakes resident called police to report two men parked on Iron Latch Road smoking marijuana in the car, police said.
The second week-in-review to make the Top 10.
Aziz Kastrati pleaded guilty to "structuring" deposits of his money, report says.
Mark J. McGuire of Franklin Lakes was arrested for being unauthorized to practice law, according to Ridgewood Police.
Police say they were actively looking for a 20-year-old township resident who allegedly damaged his parents property before running from police.
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