Monday, April 30
Rebuilding Together, a national non-profit that renovates homes, was on site in Fair Lawn Saturday helping resident Stacey Scott rebuild after Hurricane Irene.
When doctors told Fair Lawn dance center owner Sigi Nissimov that she had only a few months to live last fall, she turned her back on traditional modern medicine. Eight months later, she's found a decidedly 21st Century way to fund her battle.
Tuesday, May 1
Both drivers involved in a two-car accident at the corner of Morlot Avenue and Plaza Road were taken to the hospital just after noon on Tuesday.
Borough manager Tom Metzler said going forward he will focus efforts on securing shared service agreements with other towns to generate revenue.
Wednesday, May 2
Council has asked the borough manager to prepare a list of possible service cuts for next year so it can discuss the merits of each as soon as possible.
A 16-year-old from Fair Lawn was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer after a confrontation over the weekend at Garden State Plaza.
Dems made the call for resignation after the Republican members of borough council voted to replace longtime auditor Steve Wielkotz.
Firefighters extinguished a fire Wednesday night at a 4th Street home, and saved a dog trapped inside in the process.
Thursday, May 3
Arborist and tree climbing cat rescuer Rob Gillies came to the aid of resident Heather Polyi whose kitten was trapped high in a tree.
Friday, May 4
Local retailers are not overly concerned about the enactment of a new state law this week that allows wineries to ship product directly to consumers and bypass stores.