Bank Robbery, Preliminary Budget, Captain Calls it a Career in This Week's News
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A man robbed the TD Bank on River Road of approximately $2,800 Monday afternoon, police said. Surveillance camera photos were released the following day.
Fair Lawn police Capt. Joseph Cook, the target of multiple lawsuits and a 2012 internal affairs investigation, has retired, effective Thursday.
The Fair Lawn Board of Education Thursday unanimously passed an $88.3 million preliminary budget for the 2013-2014 school year.
The Saddle Brook Board of Education appointed an interim superintendent Thursday to fill in for superintendent Kathryn Fedina, who is dealing with medical issues.
Fair Lawn resident Ernest Okhtenberg, 39, was among 25 people across the state charged with possession and distribution of child pornography following a multi-agency investigation.
What would you like to see done with the site of the old Rescue Squad building on Heights Avenue? Vote in the poll.
Fair Lawn High School wrestling alum Ed Verdel is on the MMA event card this Saturday, March 2 at the Golden Nugget Casino in Atlantic City; it is his second mixed martial arts competition.
USA Today has selected Fair Lawn High School as one of five New Jersey schools in consideration for the nation's best high school mascot.
Fair Lawn High School boys varsity bowling coach Tony Villano has devised a fun and creative way to support the Fair Lawn Food Pantry.