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Prostitution Charge, Fire Destroys SUV Top Local News

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

Spa Employee Charged with Engaging in Prostitution

Police arrested an employee of Gold Spa on Hamburg Turnpike after they conducted an undercover investigation. Police received an anonymous tip from a concerned citizen.

SUV Destroyed by Fire

An SUV caught on fire early Wednesday morning on Weinmanns Boulevard. Both occupants of the vehicle were unharmed in the early morning blaze.

Board Approves Revised Facilities Policy

The Board of Education has made it cheaper for local organization to use district-owned facilities. Groups whose participants are more than 50 percent Wayne residents will not be charged a rental fee to use facilities.

Special Parents Association Hosting Workshop

The Special Parents Association will host a special workshop about Individualized Education Programs on Tuesday, Jan. 29. Click here for more information.

Laurelwood Arboretum Reopens

After being closed for months due to damage caused by Tropical Storm Sandy, Laurelwood Arboretum reopened this week. The nature preserve offers residents a unique place to relax and enjoy nature.

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