Mail Lost, Mailman Hurt, Fire Dept. Celebrates 100 Years in This Week's Top News
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The state Department of Treasury is working to help residents whose mail never made it to government offices after all of the mail aboard a postal truck was destroyed in a deadly crash last month.
A mail carrier from Fair Lawn suffered head trauma after the postal truck he was driving was struck by a passing vehicle in Mahwah, police said.
Fair Lawn's Historic Preservation Commission sponsored a free program on the 100th anniversary of the Fair Lawn Fire Department. Deputy Mayor and Ex-Chief John Cosgrove provided a multimedia presentation.
A Paterson man was arrested overnight Sunday shortly after police said he broke into a Maple Avenue dry cleaners and made off with the cash drawer.
This fall, four-year college-going members of the 2012 Fair Lawn High School graduating class are spread across 21 states and Canada at some of the most prestigious universities in North America. Check out this interactive map to see what colleges 2012 Fair Lawn High School graduates are taking classes at this fall.
A gas main installation project that has lanes closed on Fair Lawn Avenue and Plaza Road is expected to take multiple weeks, police said.
The Fair Lawn High School Girls Volleyball team is 12-1 on the season and, prior to Monday's loss to Secaucus, had been ranked as a top-10 team in the state.