It’s been a busy week in Wayne. Here’s a look at the top Patch stories of the week. If you have an idea for a story you’d like to see on the site next week, email it to Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org.
A couple has accused the Wayne realtor hired to sell their home of using it to have sexual trysts and have now released the home security footage they say catches him in the act.
Fire sparked in the Wayne Towne Center store's cardboard compactor, report said.
Executive chef at the township's Tony's Touch of Italy II is one of four contestants from NJ, report says
State announced $3 million in grants meant to help ease flooding in the Passaic River Basin.
Kevin Burkhardt will speak at William Paterson's May ceremony.
Registration is open now for June Academy.
According to a new report, law enforcement officials are starting to look to suburban dealers as the gateway to local heroin, prescription drug use.