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Resident Indicted, Perfect SAT Score, More Patrols After Burglaries Top Local News

Here is a recap of the top stories that were on Wayne Patch this week.

Police are stepping patrols after a series of burglaries this month and the announceemnt that a Wayne Hills student earned a perfect score on the SAT were some of the top stories on Wayne Patch this week.

A Wayne man was indicted on kidnapping and robbery charges stemming from an incident that occurred last year at KFC restaurant.

Police Step Up Patrols After Burglaries

Police said they are stepping up patrols in areas where there have been burglaries recently. Jewelry and electronics were taken from a few homes in February.

Student Earns Perfect SAT Score

Austin Hong, a junior attending Wayne Hills High School, has earned a perfect score on the SAT.

Councilwoman Said She Won’t Step Down

Councilwoman Nadine Bello said she would not resign her council seat despite her home being up for sale.

Bus Ads Could Bolster District Revenue

The Wayne Public School District is projected to take in approximately $125,000 this year due to a new initiative that allows for advertisements to be placed on school buses.

School District Aid Same as Last Year

The school district will receive exactly the same amount of state aid this year, $3.8 million, as it did last year.

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