Week in Review: Enterprise Fly-Over, Car Break-Ins, Pedestrian Struck
Roundup of the week's top local news on Fort Lee Patch.
Local and regional residents, young and young at heart, gathered at Fort Lee Historic Park to witness Space Shuttle Enterprise's historic visit before its retirement at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
Three break-ins in occured in two days in bustling Fort Lee shopping plazas.
A routine traffic stop on Interstate 95 in Fort Lee led state troopers to seize more than $783,000 and arrest two Bronx men on money laundering charges, according to state police.
A 72-year-old woman was struck by a vehicle on Tuesday as she attempted to cross Fletcher Avenue toward the Linwood Plaza Mall in Fort Lee.
Residents demand more time to vocalize concerns during school board meetings.
Signage dominated expert testimony by Tucker Development Corp. (TDC) on Monday night when the Fort Lee Planning Board switched gears to discuss the western parcel of Redevelopment Area 5 called Hudson Lights.
After Fort Lee Federal Savings Bank takes on too much debt, the bank financially "implodes" and the FDIC and Alma Bank are left to pick up the pieces.
The Week in Review appears every Sunday on Fort Lee Patch.