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Borough council consented to establish a salary ordinance for per diem police dispatchers at its Tuesday work session.
If you have an old, out-of-use cell phone, consider donating it to Cell Phones for Soldiers.
The Governor's Occupational Safety and Health program is sponsored by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, the New Jersey State Industrial Safety Committee and the New Jersey State Safety Council.
Brian Krakower has received the 2012 New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders Children's Scholarship.
Starting June 28, the municipal building will have extended hours of operation Monday through Thursday and be closed on Fridays.
Council agreed Tuesday to proceed with relocating the borough's modular skate park to the Walsh Pool area on Harristown Road by the Dobrow Sports Complex.
Field of candidates couldn’t be more different, from the Democrat who wants to impeach Obama to an ex-Marine and a champion pumpkin chucker
Wayne Robbins visits last week's Readers' Choice winner.
Ravi plans to waive double jeopardy claims to begin serving jail term on May 31; says his actions were "thoughtless" and "childish" but maintains they weren't borne out of hate or bigotry.
The Sunrise Rotary Club of Fair Lawn is sponsoring a senior picnic at Memorial Park on Sunday, June 3, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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