Gary's Named Retailer Of The Year, Town Gets $18.5 Million To Buy Homes, And Judge Rules Against The Township
Here is a look at some stories that were featured on Wayne Patch this week.
Here is a look at some of the stories that were featured on Wayne Patch this week:
Meryl Schrank just won’t take no for an answer. The Wayne Hills High School alumni is trying to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphomas Society’s Woman of the Year competition.
Beverage Dynamics magazine named Gary’s Wine & Marketplace the Retailer of the Year for its commitment to giving its customers a unique shopping experience. The 24,000 square-foot facility also hosts regular special events and wine tastings.
Local and state officials recommended that development in the Passaic River Flood Basin be severely cut down and stopped at a special symposium hosted at William Paterson University.
Two cast members from MTV’s “16 and Pregnant” will make an appearance in Wayne next week to talk about unplanned pregnancy and adoption.
Wayne will receive an additional $18.5 million to purchase 70 homes in the worst hit flood areas in town. The homes are located in the Passaic River and Pompton River floodways.
A Superior Court judge ruled Monday that the Way Education Center had all of the proper documents in order when it submitted its application to relocate a school to Totowa Road and place dormitories on the property earlier this year.
Committees have begun interviewing candidates for the four principal positions district officials announced were available last week.
Superintendent Ray Gonzalez said he hopes to recommend individuals to fill the positions at the next Board of Education May 17.
Five juveniles were not seriously injured after the car they were riding in flipped over on Alps Road near Jacobus Avenue Friday night