PASSAIC COUNTY, N.J. — Here's a look at the five stories that topped Passaic County news last week:
DRUNK DRIVING: Authorities on Tuesday identified the motorist killed by a drunk driver headed the wrong way on Route 46 early Monday as 28-year-old Mohamed Khawatmi of Clifton.
REMEMBERING REYNOLDS: Debbie Reynolds was famous for her leading roles in 1950’s hits like “Singin’ in the Rain” and “Three Little Words," but some Pompton Lakes residents remember her best for the time she spent with them in 1997.
HE'S GOT THE BEAT: Hawthorne’s John Branwell is all about feet. By day or by night, Between his podiatry practice and passion for Zumba, Branwell’s vocation and avocation are firmly rooted in feet.
CROSSFIT COACH: Wayne native Tara Ramos helped lead a Paramus father to his 10th year of sobriety at her CrossFit gym.
OFFICER FEARON: A New Jersey State Police lieutenant who had been working as a tactical instructor at the Woodland Park Range died of brain cancer Wednesday.
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