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Fair Lawn Democrats Select 2013 Borough Council Nominees

Cristina Cutrone and Joan Goldstein will run on the Fair Lawn Democratic ticket for borough council in 2013.

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Water Pipe Repair Beyond Borough's Capabilities; Private Contractor Brought In

Fair Lawn's assistant superintendent of public works said he's hopeful a Morlot Avenue water main break will be fixed by mid-to-late Friday evening.

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Inside Fair Lawn: St. Patrick's Day at JJ's Pub

Wayne Robbins visited JJ's Pub in Fair Lawn for St. Patrick's Day.

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Main Break Cuts Water to Morlot Avenue Residents, Detours Traffic

Fair Lawn Water Department crews are on scene working to repair a water main break on Morlot Avenue near the train tracks.

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Volunteer To Make a Cleaner, Greener Fair Lawn

The Fair Lawn Recycling Division will hold three litter clean up days in 2013.

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Fair Lawn Budgets for Commuter Lot Shakeup

The manager's budget allocates $60,000 to install commuter kiosks at the Radburn Train Station and the dirt lot on Fair Lawn Avenue by Route 208.

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Brunch Club to Renovate, Reopen as Dish Eatery

The popular Fair Lawn breakfast and lunch spot, which has been under new ownership since late last year, will have a new look and a new name come summer.

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FLHS Winter Guard Featured in USBands Video

USBands recently went behind the scenes with the Fair Lawn High School winter guard.

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Fair Lawn School District Loses a Friend

Sandy Ferro, the executive assistant to the superintendent of schools since 1998, has announced her retirement, effective June 30.

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Borough: Don't Fear Discolored Tap Water

Fair Lawn is beginning a hydrant-flushing program on Monday, April 1, that may result in discoloration of tap water.

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