Runaway Teen Found, 'Death Race' Trooper Charged, Coach Indicted Top Tri-Boro News
Girl Scouts gearing up for talent show also make headlines.
A teenager who ran away from her home in North Caldwell was found by Kinnelon police in a Ricker Road home that was later condemned as an unsafe structure when bath salts and marijuana led to seven arrests there.
Trooper from Bloomingdale charged with fourth-degree tampering with records after authorities said he and another trooper assisted with a high-speed luxury car escort down the Garden State Parkway.
As the Bloomingdale Council continues to mull whether to complete a sidewalk repair assessment project on Rafkind Road, several affected neighbors attended Tuesday's borough council meeting to hear more about what would be entailed.
Three weapons were recovered from the search of a Pompton Plains man's car Tuesday after police investigated him for allegedly throwing an item off the bridge over Route 287 in Kinnelon.
The Butler High School Hall of Fame will hold its first induction in 2014, Superintendent of Schools Mario Cardinale announced at Tuesday’s school board meeting.
The Kinnelon 6-8 grade competition cheer team paticipated in a cheer competition at Wayne Hills High School last Sunday.
The Butler Public Schools Board of Education decided March 5 to finalize the calendar for the 2013-14 school year.
The Vatican announced a new pope Wednesday by blowing white smoke, naming Argentinian Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the leader of the Catholic Church. Tri-Boro Patch readers had mixed reaction to the news.
Thomas Tracey earns recognition from dignitaries while representing local Troop 86.