Dog Dispute, Car Theft, House Fire Top This Week's News
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Two dogs, now impounded since Jan. 3 after an alleged attack that killed one dog and injured its owner, have been in the middle of an increasingly public effort by their owners to free them.
Deputy Mayor Ed Trawinski would like photos from a dog attack on Jan. 3 that killed one dog and injured its owner posted on the borough's website.
One car and three additional sets of car keys were stolen from the free-standing valet board outside Oceanos Restaurant in Fair Lawn Friday night, police said.
A Saddle Brook man and his son were both hospitalized after a fire spread through the Oxford Avenue home they share shortly before 4 p.m. Wednesday, Saddle Brook Fire Chief Bob Meyers said.
A man driving a green SUV struck an elderly woman walking down Fair Lawn Avenue Thursday morning and then sped off westbound, police said.
The entire Fair Lawn community will benefit from the donations of an anonymous Radburn resident inspired to give by a stranger who returned his lost wallet.
The Fair Lawn Property Maintenance Committee presented awards to three borough familiesfor their well-kept properties at the Jan. 29 council meeting.
Fair Lawn council passed a resolution Tuesday in support of reauthorizing the federal assault weapons ban and requiring more extensive background checks on prospective gun owners.
Ridgewood police say a Fair Lawn woman brought drug paraphernalia to a municipal court appearance last Thursday – and now she's facing charges.
Electronics recycler AnythingIT, which has offices on Zink Place, announced this week that it had been awarded Bergen County's first Class D recycling permit.
Speakeasy Motors, owned by Fair Lawn resident Evan Favaro, won first place in the Modified Street Class at J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Bike Show