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Robbery suspect had 'Scream' mask, Fair Lawn cops say

Arrests came as result of routine traffic stop, police claim.

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Judge tosses lawsuit asking for Fair Lawn traffic fix, report says

A state judge last week dismissed a lawsuit by a group of parents seeking to force Fair Lawn to make safety improvements to the River Road-Morlot Avenue intersection

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9 injured in Fair Lawn crash involving jitney bus

None of the injuries appear life-threatening, police said.

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Fair Lawn real estate investors hit Heinz with a 'fishy' lawsuit

Partnership claims ketchup maker left behind foul odor of fish when it left last year

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Fair Lawn man faces marijuana, ecstasy distribution charges

Detectives arrested a 29-year-old borough man on drug distribution charges after a search of his home turned up marijuana and ecstasy, police said Thursday.

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Fair Lawn Teen Charged With Sexually Assaulting 6-Year-Old Girl: Authorities

17-year-old boy allegedly engaged in forced sexual activity with a girl at a summer program at Lyncrest Elementary School, prosecutor says.

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Expect Delays At PSE&G Replaces Gas Lines

Dozens of Fair Lawn roadways will be affected, police said.

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Manhole Explosion Takes Part of Broadway With It: Report

Blast closed Broadway between 30th Street and Fair Lawn Parkway.

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Fair Lawn Students Named To William Paterson University Dean's List

Several residents earned the distinction for the spring 2015 semester.

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Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In Fair Lawn

Three $5,000 third-prize-winning lottery tickets for a Friday drawing were sold recently in Bergen, Middlesex and Warren counties.

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