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Man Allegedly Threatens Family, Residents OK Boating at Preserve This Week

Top stories in Wyckoff and Franklin Lakes this week include a massive snowstorm and a special anniversary at the Wyckoff YMCA.

It’s been a busy week in Wyckoff and Franklin Lakes. Here’s a look at some of the top Patch headlines of the week. If you have an idea for a story you’d like to see on the site, email it to Jessica.mazzola@patch.com.

Gun-Wielding Wyckoff Man Threatens to Kill Family, Police Say

Man was charged with making terroristic threats and unlawful possession of a gun, police said.

Thief Snags Designer Boots While Girl Gets Pedicure in Wyckoff, Cops Say

Cops are using video surveillance footage to help ID the thief, police said.

Survey Says: Majority of Franklin Lakes Residents Want Boating at Nature Preserve

Results of a borough-conducted online survey have prompted officials to introduce a new ordinance allowing for certain types of boating at the Reserve. 

Priest Denies Abusing Wyckoff Boy After Confession, Friends Say

The anti-confession may mean more legal issues for the complicated sex abuse case, report says.

Wyckoff YMCA Formal Celebrates 21 Years of Special Needs Programming

The Shining Star Express Program recently celebrated its 21st birthday in style.

New Franklin Lakes Law: Clear Snow from Hydrants

Mayor and council pass ordinance in time for snowstorm this week.

2011 Ramapo Grad Caitlin Reiter Dies at 21

Reiter was a lifelong resident of Franklin Lakes.

Send Patch Your Bergen County Snow Photos!

Add to the Patch snow photo gallery from Thursday's storm.

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