BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. — Here's a look at the five stories that topped Bergen County news last week:
MAYOR FOILS SCAM: A Little Ferry man accused of claiming to be a utility worker checking the furnace Wednesday chose the wrong target: Elmwood Park Mayor Robert Colletti.
STOP THE PARTY : It happened so quickly that no one at the St. Patrick's Day campaign fundraiser in Lyndhurst could believe their eyes: A local deejay whose heart had stopped was revived by a trio of public servants.
WEGMANS : Wegmans Food Markets has announced the grand opening date for its first Bergen County Location in Montvale.
REAL HOUSEWIFE'S REAL PROBLEM : An Audi found torched on a Paterson street with two bodies inside belonged to New Jersey "Real Housewife" guest Kim DePaola. Detectives and U.S. Marshals arrested two men on murder, arson and robbery charges Monday night in connection with the killings.
FREE HEALTHCARE IN HACKENSACK : The Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative (BVMI) – which offers free health care – has opened its new, 5,000-square-foot center in Hackensack.