Police Increase Patrols in Wake of Shootings
Security was increased at the town’s 14 public schools following the horrific school shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown Conn. where 28 people, including the gunman, were killed.
Uniformed and plainclothes police officers patroled each school throughout the week.
Officials Outline Plan to Get Rid of JCP&L
Officials gathered more ammunition against Jersey Central Power & Light at a special meeting.
Mayor Chris Vergano and other town officials want to have the state Board of Public Utilities (BPU) revoke JCP&L’s license to sell power in Wayne.
Firefighters Honored for Heroic Sandy Efforts
Forty-three firefighters and a civilian dispatcher were honored for their participation in the rescue of police Officer Bob Franco and John Neukem during Superstorm Sandy.
Anti-Drug Program to Extend to Middle Schools
The school district’s Be Proud program, a drug and alcohol prevention program high school students can voluntary participate in, will be offered to eighth graders beginning in January.
Officials outlined the program and the change at a special assembly.
Residents Start Mobile Application Company
Two Wayne residents have started their own mobie application company. They are trying to create a new future for themselves. Literally.