Two School Buses Crash In Mahwah; Several Minor Injuries ReportedThe accident took place just before 10 a.m. on Route 17. 
‘We’re Gonna Defend Ourselves,’ Ramapough Nation, Mahwah Officials Spar Over Prayer GroundThe town of Mahwah is taking the Ramapough Mountain Indians to court over a series of structures including teepees that they've put up on their land.
Dozens Of New Jersey School Nurses Sign Up For Training On Overdose Antidote NarcanThe miracle medicine that can halt an overdose was introduced to dozens of New Jersey school nurses Wednesday.
Theft Of Cell Tower Battery Packs Could Lead To Chaos During Power OutagePolice are trying to crack down on crooks who made off with stolen batteries from cell phone towers in Mahwah.
Massive Tree Toppled By High Winds Slams Into Car In MahwahPowerful winds sent a 100 foot tree crashing to the ground in Mahwah. It landed on a car, crushing it, and critically injuring the 26-year-old driver.
Residents Square Off Over Proposed Mahwah Cell Phone TowerMahwah Mayor William Laforet says the one-mile radius surrounding the Number 3 Fire Company station house near Masonicus Road is a dead zone for cell service.
Snow Mainly Sticks To Grass, Not Roads, In New JerseyA winter weather advisory is in effect for most of the state except the southern coastal counties.
New Jersey Man Charged With Inappropriately Touching MinorAccording to authorities, members of the Mahwah Police Department and the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office Special Victims Unit received information on Thursday that the victim was groped by 33-year-old Christopher Grier.
Mahwah Officials Say N.J. DOT Won't Help With Trucks Using I-287 As Rest StopLocal officials said Friday that they are not getting help from the State of New Jersey for a traffic safety issue on Interstate 287 in Mahwah, where truckers pull over to get some rest.
Lack Of Rest Areas For Truckers Could Create Danger On The InterstateDanger on the interstate! Police say a shortage of rest areas has been forcing truck drivers to stop in places that may not be safe.
Mahwah Residents Say No One Consulted Them About New Teterboro Flight PatternSome people in North Jersey are upset that the Federal Aviation Administration is changing a flight pattern next week, and they had no say in the matter.
Logs Stolen From Ramapough Lenape Nation Probed As Possible Hate CrimeSacred objects were stolen from the Ramapough Lenape Nation over the weekend, and the theft could me investigated as a hate crime.

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