Week in Review: Suspicious Man Spotted Wandering Lyncrest Elementary, Man Robs Chase Bank, Flees on Foot with $3,400

Missed any of this week's coverage? It's all here.

Monday, Sept. 26 -

"Just because you missed synagogue this week, doesn’t mean you can’t still get your Torah fix.

Rabbi Ronald Roth, of the , is serving it up any time, anywhere. All you need is a computer and an internet connection.

Earlier this year, Roth began producing weekly audio podcasts as a way of reaching more people with his Torah teachings."

"The Fatboy Cookie Company, located at 18-01 River Road, was contacted by Off The Wall Gifts to be included in gift bags distributed to attendees at the 32nd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards taking place Monday night in Manhattan. "

Tuesday, Sept. 27 -

"A suspicious man was seen wandering the halls Tuesday morning at Lyncrest Elementary School, police said.

The individual, who had left the premises by the time police arrived, is described as a tall, bald African-American man wearing a blue button-down shirt."

Wednesday, Sept. 28 - 

"The Cosmos Club of Fair Lawn was recognized Wednesday at a brief flag-raising ceremony in Hackensack to commemorate the Annual Columbus Day Parade of North Jersey, which is being held in Hackensack on Sunday."

Thursday, Sept. 29- 

" is an experienced bridge builder, someone who seeks to find common ground between people from different walks of life, however great or small their differences.

So this fall, when Goldstein was tasked with teaching a combined Hebrew School class of fourth grade students from Temple Israel in Ridgewood and , she knew just what to do:

Bring the congregations together by working toward a shared goal -- 100-100-$100"

Fair Lawn Patch unveiled a weekly NFL Pick 'Em column Thursday

"Welcome to the weekly Patch NFL Pick 'Em, where Fair Lawn residents and wannabe NFL prognosticators Stuart Pace, Steve Brown and Zak Koeske offer up their picks for three games each week, and dish out a little fantasy football advice to boot."

Friday, Sept. 30 -

"The borough hired attorney William D. Sayers Tuesday as disciplinary hearing officer for the rest of the year.

At the recommendation of borough manager Timothy Stafford, Sayers will adjudicate any disciplinary action in respect to borough employees at a cost of $100 per hour, not to exceed $10,000."

"The borough awarded a contract worth $33,430 to Hasbrouck Heights-based Bello Grande Contracting, LLC Tuesday to build an outdoor patio on the east side of the Fair Lawn Senior Center, located at 11-05 Gardiner Road.

The patio, which will have an awning to keep seniors cool on hot summer days, is being funded through a $40,000 Community Development Block Grant that the borough applied for after the senior center requested more usable outdoor space on its property."

"The borough contracted with D&L Paving Contractors, Inc. Tuesday for $375,425 to perform roadway resurfacing and the installation of barrier-free ramps across town...

This year, resurfacing will occur at 20 road sites in town, including 11th Street from Gardiner Road to Backus Road, D’Auria Drive from Lyle Terrace to Finn Terrace and George Street from Hopper Avenue to Fair Lawn Avenue."

Saturday, Oct. 1 -

"The on Plaza Road held its grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday...

The deli, which has existed in Fair Lawn for over 80 years, ."

"Fair Lawn Police are investigating a robbery Saturday morning at the Chase Bank on Saddle River Road.

A man entered the bank around 10 a.m. and handed the teller a note that read, “This is a robbery.” He made off with $3,400 in cash and fled north up Saddle River Road on foot, according to witnesses."


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