Monday, May 7
The president and former president of Fair Lawn All-Sports presented council with an alternative to the organization's arduous coaching certification process.
Neighbors report that dozens of young adults frequent the park at night and leave it a mess.
ADA Committee served as go between for All-Sports and the Saddle Brook Soccer Association to get league off the ground.
Democratic council members Lisa Swain and Kurt Peluso preferred taking the case back to court and arguing that former police Sgt. Michael Messina was not a whistleblower.
Tuesday, May 8
The teen reported feeling pain in her entire body, but police said her injuries were not life threatening.
Fair Lawn police had a warrant out on one of the men arrested Monday for allegedly lifting chewing gum from Pathmark.
America's Pastime on Broadway is the latest in a string over overnight commercial burglaries to hit Fair Lawn businesses.
While the furniture stores were registered with the state using Fair Lawn addresses, there is no evidence that they were ever actually located in Fair Lawn.
Wednesday, May 9
Andrew Plotch, 16, has been awarded the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives/Puffin Student Activism Award for his demonstrated leadership and commitment to social justice.
The Board of Education will vote on a revised "cuts" plan at its May 17 meeting that eliminates eight custodial positions, four new staff hires, a remedial full-day kindergarten program and postpones bleacher repair at Sasso Field.
Thursday, May 10
Three current council members receive either a stipend, benefits or both from the borough at a total cost of $68,900.
Fewer and fewer items have been checked out at the Fair Lawn library over the past three years.
Friday, May 11
Gary Higgins of Lerch, Vinci and Higgins, the borough's tentative choice as borough auditor, is not in compliance with the borough's pay to play ordinance.
Clifton Police arrested two men who allegedly stole a Fair Lawn resident's car Friday morning.