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Police Charge Lodi Teen with Arson in Synagogue Firebombings in Top County News

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In top county news this week:

Lodi teen accused of firebombing synagogues in Rutherford and Paramus pleaded not guilty in Superior Court in Hackensack this week. Earlier in the week police held a press conference where they reported that a soda bottle led them to the alleged arsonist.

 this week after two previous failed attempts. The sale of bonds would finance various maintenance and renovations in the school buildings.

Lyndhurst High School football coach Scott Rubinetti was arrested this week on sexual crime charges for having a relationship with a student, according to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office.

 says he will stop down as freeholder after this  year and focus once again on running for state senate in District 38.  

More tests at Votee Park in Teaneck  which have forced town officials to find new space for local sports teams. 

Wyckoff native Greg Schiano signed a five-year deal Thursday, 

A public hearing on the  proposed at the intersection of Route 17 and 287 in Mahwah was pushed back once again this week.

 on the 13.6 acres of United Water property.

Although no final decisions have been made by officials, which may be forced to take place somewhere other than the football field as a result of construction project.

Oradell borough officials made a move this week towards.

More school districts in the county including Hasbrouck Heights, , Oradell and Mahwah decided to move its annual school election to November.

A Ridgewood resident came to find an  Tuesday night.

‘Real Housewives’ Salon based in Franklin Lakes 

Fair Lawn borough council is considering  who passed away this month, by naming a neighborhood park in her honor.

New York Times best selling author Mary Jane Clark, of Westwood, held a book signing for the newest book in her The Wedding Cakes Mysteries series at Shaw’s Book Shops.

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