May 14, 2013 by Sarah
Beginning on Memorial Day and continuing through September 11, the Fair Lawn Chamber of Commerce will be decorating the borough with American flags, as part of its Flag Program that was started in 2001 by the late John Nakashian.
No doubt Flyer Printing and [Read more]
April 17, 2013 by Sarah
The Fair Lawn Sunrise Rotary recently announced that it will be presenting its first ‘Service above Self’ awards at a special ceremony at the Knights of Columbus Hall next month.
March 14, 2013 by Mark
The borough manager of Fair Lawn, NJ, Tom Meltzer, last week announced three promotions within the police department. No doubt the Flyer Printing and poster printing will be used by the police department to make the [Read more]
February 21, 2013 by James
The New Jersey Chapter of the American Institute for Architects (AIA) recently awarded a $3,000 scholarship to Fair Lawn resident, Steven Young, for his outstanding scholastic achievement in [Read more]
January 7, 2013 by Sarah
On Thursday, January 3, John Cosgrove was sworn in as the next mayor of Fair Lawn, New Jersey. He is most likely using business card printing so he can have a means to inform the community of his new position in [Read more]
December 13, 2012 by James
Dispatchers, members of the rescue squad, and other members of the Fair Lawn Police Department in New Jersey recently announced that, along with the Saddle Brook Police Department, they will be collecting toys for all ages of [Read more]
November 16, 2012 by James
The Fair Lawn, New Jersey Athletic Club recently hosted an award ceremony for those members of the Fair Lawn Policeman’s Benevolent Association (PBA) Local 67 who made outstanding contributions to the community. The PBA no doubt used flyer printing and poster printing to inform the residents of the community of the many achievements of some of their local officers.
According to Michael O’Brien, PBA president, these achievements ranged from apprehending crime suspects to resuscitating residents. Such achievements make the Fair Lawn community one that lends itself well towards both residential and working lives.
Those who received awards for resuscitating residents were Officers Christoper Siano and Luis Vasquez, who revived Barry Friedman after they found him not breathing, and Sgt. Lonnie Mergler, Detective Sgt. Brian Metzler, and Officer Sean Nagle, who used defibrillation and CPR on a man they found lying face down on 2nd Street.
Honorable Service Awards were given to several police officers who responded to a call of three men who were suspiciously entering a home. The officers found them in a shower with a handgun.
Lt. Bob Kneer received a Meritorious Service Award for apprehending a car thief who was suspected of breaking into vehicles along Route 4. Kneer, who came in on his day off, along with Officer Anthony Lugo and Detective Timothy O’Shaughnessy, was watching the area and they all saw him cross the highway over the divider and jump into a car that was idling at one of the shops while the owner was inside.
October 8, 2012 by Mark
October looks to be a potentially productive month as Fair Lawn professionals get the option of attending a top-notch networking event, with the opportunity for fundraiser sponsorship being [Read more]
September 14, 2012 by Sarah
August 6, 2012 by Mark
With the Fair Lawn Chamber of Commerce hosting its regular golf outing, as well as a networking event later on in the month, locally-based business professionals and other career-minded individuals have [Read more]