Elected officials, civic leaders, neighbors, friends and family gathered at the corner of Suydam Street and Cypress Avenue on Saturday to honor the legacy of longtime neighborhood activist, teacher and Ridgewood resident Ann Maggio.
Although Grover Cleveland High School in Ridgewood has seen improving graduation rates and student performance over the last few years, it remains vulnerable to a possible state takeover, educators said during a public hearing at the school Saturday.
Sponsored by the Myrtle Avenue BID, the Ridgewood Real Estate Networking Breakfast Conference focused on how to better bridge the needs of the community and the types of retailers that come into the BID to help grow and make Myrtle Avenue even better for Ridgewood residents in the future.
Detectives charged a husband and wife from Ridgewood on Thursday with downloading videos of children involved in sexual activity which they allegedly watched together on their television, prosecutors said.
The sleepy, bucolic lawn of Ridgewood’s Vander Ende-Onderdonk House was awash in an array of sequins, sparkles and sky-high wigs as the fourth annual Bushwig drag festival sashayed into town over the weekend.
Polish-American artist and Ridgewood resident Beata Slazak Zalewski was recently honored when her original design was chosen by the Polish Foreign Ministry as the logo for America’s first Polish Bilingual Day Festival.
In an effort to assist homeowners with concerns ranging from property tax issues and home repairs to violation removals and energy cost reduction, the Ridgewood Property Owners and Civic Association partnered with the city’s Department of Housing and Preservation to host a special Landlord Resource Fair on Sept. 3, at I.S. 93 in Ridgewood.