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Anticipating a slew of retirements in the coming years, the borough will swear in three new police officers in January, pending their passage of a battery of tests.
Dr. Kathryn Fedina, the superintendent of the Saddle Brook School District for the past two-and-a-half years, is retiring at the end of the year.
Fair Lawn is contracting with QScend Technologies to design, build and host a more engaging and, eventually, interactive borough website.
As of Friday, Nov. 30, the borough was looking to fill four temporary positions with dislocated or long-term unemployed workers.
Brian Lomonico, a Fair Lawn-born William Paterson University student, is the founder of mobile application company, Liquid Mobile.
Coach Brack Healy thinks this year's Fair Lawn High School ice hockey team has the potential to be compete with the elite of the Big North Gold Division.
As a result of class time missed because of Superstorm Sandy, Saddle Brook students will now have class on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a federal holiday.