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A resolution aimed at helping school districts that struggle to retain superintendents under a salary cap imposed by Governor Christie in 2010 is expected to be taken up by the school board at its Jan. 28 meeting. If adopted by Ridgewood , the
The Ridgewood News Just one week into his first term on the Ridgewood Board of Education (BOE), Jim Morgan is already making his presence known while trying to deliver on some of the promises he made during his campaign this spring. After years of
The Ridgewood News The date for April school board elections will remain untouched for the time being. The Board of Education (BOE) on Monday tabled a resolution that would shift school board elections from April to November and eliminate a public
Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to bar two former commissioners from the Federal Election Commission from testifying as expert witnesses at the upcoming trial of former Democratic presidential contender John Edwards. Defense lawyers want the
Federal prosecutors in the John Edwards case are trying to prevent two former Federal Elections Commission chairmen from testifying as expert witnesses in the criminal case against the former presidential candidate. In a document filed in federal
Ridgewood officials will cut ribbon at renovated Ridge School. Monday November 14, 2011, 1:33 PM The Ridgewood News The ceremony will feature remarks by officials including Ridgewood Board of Education President Michele Lenhard, Superintendent of
The Ridgewood News The Ridgewood Planning Board has delayed a hearing on a proposed expansion at the Church of God World Mission Society on Godwin Avenue, citing an incomplete application due to maps that did not reflect recent work done on the
The Ridgewood News With the track and much of the football field under several inches of rain and river water due to the afternoon's thundershowers, Ridgewood High School held its 116th graduation ceremony on the school's front lawn last Thursday...
BOE wants to hear from residents about school budget The Ridgewood Board of Education's Finance Committee is hosting an open meeting on Monday evening, April 16, to hear from residents about how and why they voted on the 2011-2012 school budget.
School officials are asking residents to serve as public education advocates in an effort to involve the community in issues and legislation at the state level. Superintendent Daniel Fishbein and the school board will launch a Legislative Advocacy