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Former Employee Charged in Rivara's Burglary

A man whom Fair Lawn police stopped in Glen Rock for allegedly fleeing an accident scene in Paterson Thursday was found to be responsible for a burglary at Rivara's the night before, police said.

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Rollins Honored by Glen Rock District

The Record's bowler of the year received a plaque at the most recent school board meeting.

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Glen Rock Municipal Taxes Likely to Rise $174 for Average Resident

Proposed budget will keep services, staff intact.

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Glen Rock Cops Seek Man in $10K Bank Swindle

Police asking public for help in identifying a suspect believed to have passed a bad check in October.

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GRHS Student Athletes to March in July 4th Parade

School board president Sheldon Hirschberg says two other sports teams will join the championship Glen Rock girls soccer team.

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Glen Rock BOE Hosting Community Forum on District Issues

Parents can sound off on homework policy, staff evaluation, activity fee and more on April 18.

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Glen Rock Resident Heading to White House for Sandy Relief Efforts

Bonnie Sirower, a professional fundraiser, having helped countless families in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, is Washington-bound. She'll be honored on Friday with other Rotary members.

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PSE&G Construction to Snarl Traffic in Glen Rock

The utility will be replacing telephone poles on Harristown and Maple avenues beginning April 1.

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Newly-Created Glen Rock Education Foundation Receives Cash Infusion

District thinks education foundation could bring in a significant, new revenue stream into the budget.

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Glen Rock Students Will Pay to Play with Activity Fee Change

They'll also pay to dance, attend pep rallies and canteens under a modification to the "participation fee" policy, one that will levy a fee for every high school and middle school student.

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