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April's Most-Clicked Mahwah Stories

A kidnapping, Mahwah High School, and an 11-year-old boy made headlines this month.

April's Most-Clicked Mahwah Stories

April was a busy month in Mahwah. Below, check out the Top 8 most clicked-on stories of the month, in reverse order. And, if you have an idea for a story you’d like to see on the site in May, email it to Jessica.mazzola@patch.com.

8. Ex-Campaign Manager Sues Mahwah Councilman

Manager claims Rob Hermansen owes her $10,000 for work on his failed 2012 freeholder reelection bid, report says.

7. Mahwah FD Helps Fight Wind-Spread Two-House Fire

Four people and four dogs escaped the fire on East Maltbie Avenue in Suffern unharmed, authorities said.

6. Court Papers Show Mahwah Man Actual Target of 2010 Kidnapping

Two men from Missouri accidentally kidnapped a man from Sussex County with the same name, report says.

5. Cops: Mahwah Woman Accused of Stealing $40K From Ridgewood YMCA

Woman was a bookkeeper at the Y, police say.

4. Planning Board Opposes Mahwah High School Sports Complex

According to a report, the board does not have a say in whether or not the complex gets built.

3. Mahwah Named on Top NJ High School List

MHS ranked #31 on the US News & World Report list.

2. Report: Mahwah Woman's Body Pulled from Hudson River

Authorities say the township woman jumped from the George Washington Bridge, according to a report.

1. 11-Year-Old North Jersey Boy Inspires 'Mobile Bakery' Childrens Hospital Charity

Family of a Mahwah boy with pulmonary hypertension kicked off a charity that they say will hopefully travel around the country giving cooking and baking lessons to kids in hospitals with life-threatening conditions.

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