Borough Manager Resigns, Police Chief Retires in This Week's News
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Without a commitment from council to extend his contract beyond this year, Fair Lawn borough manager Tom Metzler submitted his letter of resignation Monday.
Chief Erik Rose, a 30-year veteran of the Fair Lawn Police Department, announced his retirement Friday.
An infant involved in a three-car crash on Route 80 in Saddle Brook Monday night was transported to St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in Paterson, New Jersey State Police said.
A Fair Lawn High School graduate who now lives in Garfield was arrested Wednesday on charges he impersonated a police officer to force sex on a woman in a Fairfield hotel, police said.
Fair Lawn borough council has asked the manager to put money for a Fourth of July fireworks display in this year's budget.
Lt. Bob Kneer, a 39-year Fair Lawn police veteran, is the only officer currently eligible to fill the department's vacancy left by last week's retirement of Capt. Joseph Cook.
The Cutters cruised to a first-round win in the USA Today Top High School Mascot competition, which ended Tuesday at 3 p.m.
Senior George Alexandris, who was the first Fair Lawn High School athlete to qualify for the New Balance Indoor Nationals since 1998, finished fourth in the long jump portion Friday.
The county is offering up to $300 for firearms in an April gun buyback that will have a collection point at Temple Beth Sholom in Fair Lawn.