Pedestrian Strike, Apartment Fire, Burglary Arrest Top This Week's News
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A closet fire in a High Street apartment building Wednesday caused major damage to two units and forced the evacuation of the building.
Leonardo R. Castro, 28, was charged with burglary Thursday after a resident saw him breaking into neighbors' cars, Saddle Brook police said.
A woman walking on Warren Road near Plaza Road was struck by a motorist around 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Dan Dunay and Amy Lefkowitz will run on the Republican ticket for borough council in 2013.
New York Life Insurance agent Mary Marrara stepped down as president of the Fair Lawn Chamber of Commerce Tuesday. She'll be succeeded by Mitch Palin, owner of Minuteman Press.
Officers will receive refresher training on handling citizen complaints after an ACLU report found the department did not comply with the attorney general's guidelines for complaint taking.
A burglar made off with approximately $700 from the East Wok Chinese Restaurant on Market Street early Monday morning, police said.
A baby born prematurely last month to a Saddle Brook woman has died. He was one month old.
Fair Lawn High School junior Mark Serkin, 17, will compete against 10 other finalists from across New York and New Jersey in the Pearl & Julius Young Music Competition at the College of Saint Elizabeth in Morristown.
The Saddle Brook Police Department launched its Facebook page on Jan. 24 and have since amassed nearly 300 "likes."