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Kara Kakes, started by a Franklin Lakes teen, is getting attention, thanks to some local baking contest wins and a growing demand for its highly-decorated desserts.
The Township Committee introduced two new ordinances Tuesday night about dogs in Wyckoff parks.
The home is currently under construction, police say.
The borough has reached a tentative agreement that would see a developer building 275 units on the High Mountain Golf Club property, report says.
You might recognize the subjects of the 'Best in Show's' paintings.
8-year-old Sara Tully turned one of her hobbies into a Breast Cancer Awareness campaign for the Wyckoff Police Department. The township recognized her contribution to the community this week.
Between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. everyday, drivers should expect to see detours and plan alternate routes.