Editorial PicksBelow are some of the top stories of the month, as picked out by the Patch editorial staff. Make sure you didn't miss these!
Wayne Native Named to Olympic Bobsled Team
Jazmine Fenlator one of three drivers to participate in the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia next month.
Parents Want Freshman Lacrosse Teams Created
Parents want people to sign online petition to show support for the move.
Wayne Valley Football Players Fight for Coach to Return
Brian O'Connor will probably not be back with the team next year. Some of his players think he is being treated unfairly.
Armored Truck Crash Displaces Apartment Complex's Residents
Truck crashes into support column at Mountain View Crossing apartment after driver swerved to avoid vehicle that cut him off, police said.
School Security Project Pulled Back, No Longer Up for Vote in March
$4.8 million project was to upgrade and replace several security and safety components in every school.
Broncos Coach, Former Wayne Resident, Returns Home for Super Bowl
John Fox lived in town for five years while he was the defensive coordinator of the New York Giants.
Judge Throws Out Suit Against Former Diplomat from Wayne
Federal judge ruled Tuesday that Peruvian diplomat and her partner are protected by diplomatic immunity.
Most-ClickedBelow are the top 3 most clicked on stories of the month, in reverse order.
3. Car Stolen, 2 More Burglarized Near Packanack Lake, Police Say
Cash, speakers were stolen out of unlocked vehicles.
2. Police Looking for Young Couple Last Seen in Wayne
The two were last seen on Dec. 27.
1. Missing Couple Found Dead in Wayne Garage
The bodies of a Wayne resident and her boyfriend were found inside a parked car in the woman's garage more than three weeks after they were reported missing.