New Fire Chief, Oft-Burglarized Business May Relocate Top FL-SB News
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Jeff Greco, a 32-year member of Fire Company 4, will take over for Chief Eric Reamy next year.
A burglar broke into E-Z- Ship & Shop on Maple Avenue over the weekend and made off with thousands of dollars in cigarettes, cigars and lighters.
Sophomore Keyla Martinez, 15, returns to the court Friday just one year removed from suffering a life-threatening cerebral hemorrhage that forced her to miss all of last season.
Alexandra Kelly, a recent Rutgers University graduate and up-and-coming singer-songwriter, will donate a portion of the proceeds from her single "Perfectly Imperfect," to the Tyler Clementi Foundation.
Bucking the trend of single sport specialization, Fair Lawn High School seniors Kevin Osback and George Alexandris each excel at three sports for the Cutters and should have the opportunity to continue playing in college.
Thomas Myers, of Paterson, was charged with lewdness Sunday after Saddle Brook police said he exposed himself and urinated on the floor of a township Dunkin' Donuts
Despite a majority of voters in Fair Lawn-Saddle Brook going Democratic in the November election, a much larger portion of campaign contributions went to the Republican candidate for president.