Missing Radburn Native, McDonald's Controversy, Multiple Car Accidents in This Week's Top News
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A Fair Lawn man spoke out against McDonald's after his young daughter was treated to a helping of Fox News with her Happy Meal last weekend. Following a string of personal attacks on his parenting and political affiliation, Craig Lechner then penned an explanation for his decision to go public with his fast food fight.
John Dohms, a Fair Lawn native who suffers from dementia, has been missing from his home in Newark, Del. for about a month and his family believes there's a small chance he could return to his hometown.
A police car rear-ended a vehicle that stopped abruptly in front of it on Fair Lawn Avenue Tuesday. No one was injured in the minor crash that police are calling "weather-related."
A Glen Rock man was charged with driving while intoxicated after he lost control of his vehicle and drove into a utility pole on Saddle River Road, police said.
A two-car accident on Broadway Sunday afternoon sent one woman to the hospital with neck and back pain.
The Fair Lawn Police Department's non-emergency phone lines went down Friday for about three hours.
Saddle Brook administrators and teachers are working with a team of education experts to boost test scores among their lowest performing students.
The E-Z Ship & Shop convenience store on Maple Avenue near the Glen Rock border suffered a burglary overnight last Saturday.
Junior Jessica Perchuk and Sophomore Sharon Cherkassky achieved a FLHS milestone a couple weeks back when they reached the finals of the county tennis tournament.
Paramus DPW workers have organized a pasta dinner fundraiser in support of fellow employee Sean Cullen, a Saddle Brook resident, who is battling Hodgkin's lymphoma.