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Fair Lawn and Saddle Brook are set to discuss a shared service agreement that would provide township residents access to the Fair Lawn Community Center.
After the company that had been subcontracted to provide the borough's web hosting went out of business, Fair Lawn has signed on for hosting from Go Big Studios in Hawthorne.
Fair Lawn Deputy Mayor Ed Trawinski reaffirmed Thursday that he still lives in Fair Lawn, despite Little Ferry being listed as his residence on his Facebook profile for the past two months.
Kristin Leone, 27, a 2003 graduate of Fair Lawn High School, was indicted Tuesday on charges that she had sex with one of her students at Clifton High School.
Lucky's Steak Plate, a casual burger and steak joint, opened this week on River Road.
Saddle Brook High/Middle School principal said athletes with games any time during the school week will be allowed to wear their team jerseys on Fridays.
Fair Lawn and Glen Rock are in preliminary discussions about creating a joint farmer's market next year that would be located near the towns' border on Harristown Road.
After a disappointing 2011 season in which the Lady Cutters failed to qualify for the county tournament, coach Peter Zisa hopes to right the ship in 2012 with a battle-tested senior-heavy squad.
The talented young Fair Lawn High School girls tennis team no longer lives and dies with star player Valerie Shklover.
The Fair Lawn ADA Committee served as a go between for All-Sports and the Saddle Brook Soccer Association to get a soccer league for special needs children off the ground.
The borough has tried to curb the problem through various means, but has been largely unsuccessful at deterring violators.
A driver traveling northbound on Route 208 rolled over his vehicle near the the Fair Lawn-Glen Rock border Tuesday night, but suffered no serious injuries.
Longtime Saddle Brook councilman Joseph Setticase withdrew his name from the upcoming election last week. He'll be replaced on the ballot by Joseph Camilleri.