Hurricane Sandy Prep, Metromix Grand Opening Top This Week's News
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The borough is being more proactive in its preparation for and response to the impending hurricane projected to rip through town late Monday into Tuesday.
Metromix, a new footwear and outerwear warehouse store on Broadway in Fair Lawn, held its grand opening on Friday, Oct. 26.
Neither Fair Lawn nor Saddle Brook will impose curfews in light of recent luring incidents around the county, police chiefs from both towns confirmed. Whether Halloween will be held as scheduled, given the current weather forecast, is another matter.
Fair Lawn police arrested a man Friday that they allege has made over 60 abandoned 911 calls to the department over the course of several months.
A Saddle Brook woman received a call Thursday from a man claiming her son had been detained in Florida and was desperate for money to ensure his release, police said.
Daniel Belardino, of Rosalie Street, faces charges of enterprise corruption, money laundering, promoting gambling and conspiracy for his alleged role in an illegal sports betting ring.
A DonnaGio's Pizzeria driver hit a Saddle Brook woman who was trying to cross Welcome Road Wednesday night.
A vehicle under repair at Han's Auto Repair in Saddle Brook started smoking and eventually burst into flames Monday night following a test drive.
John Kot, owner of three home improvement business with Fair Lawn addresses, is banned from performing home improvement work and owning or managing any business in New Jersey.