Road Rage Incident, Car into Home, School Uniforms Top This Week's News
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Seryy Alejsiy, 20, was charged Wednesday with simple assault and criminal mischief after a road rage incident at Bergen Community College, police said
The driver of a black Jaguar whom police said was under the influence of alcohol plowed into the side of a Lincoln Avenue home just after 4 a.m. Friday.
Saddle Brook School District's first year requiring its students to wear uniforms has gone off without a hitch, according to administrators.
Despite a slight increase in pool membership over last year, revenues dipped a bit this summer.
Workers have been out filling in what was once Walsh Pool this week so the area can be converted to a modular skate park.
A motorcyclist riding east on Route 80 through Saddle Brook lost control of his bike near the Route 4/Route 17 exit and suffered minor injuries after being ejected from his motorcycle.
By the end of the year, the borough expects to have installed flood gauges on both the Passaic and Saddle rivers that will provide residents with a better idea whether they can expect flooding at their homes following downpours.
The number of commercial burglaries plummeted over the summer, according to police department records.
A team of Memorial School students and Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission employees worked in concert Thursday to clean up the school's river walk.
The borough scored 43 out of 50, or 86 percent, on its annual Best Practices Worksheet, which qualifies it for 100 percent aid disbursal from the state.