Supporters Of Fired Teaneck Coach Plan To File Complaints
Teaneck's Board of Education voted to dismiss Clemens Reinke earlier this month over alleged safety and liability concerns.
NJ lawmakers end push for gay marriage law
A same-sex marriage bill that had been scheduled for a vote Monday was held by its sponsors, as supporters disagree over the measure's exemption for religious organizations.
Kumon North America names Palisades Park man as president
Kumon North America said Monday that Palisades Park resident Minoru Tanabe will be the first North American resident to be named president of the company.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
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Fourth suspect charged in Teaneck strong-arm robbery
Police have arrested a fourth suspect in a strong-arm robbery in Teaneck last month that started with the victim answering a Craigslist advertisement offering to sell prescription drugs, authorities said.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Teaneck Sandy Hook Vigil Moved
UPDATE: The Sandy Hook vigil scheduled for Saturday night has been moved to St. Mark's Church, 118 Chadwick Road, Teaneck , due to snow.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Snowstorm bearing down on North Jersey [video]
A heavy snowstorm is expected to hammer North Jersey on Saturday, with weather forecasters predicting between 6 and 10 inches throughout the afternoon and freezing rain topping it off at night.
Cops arrest 3, seeking 4th in Craigslist scam
Police are seeking a fourth suspect in a strong-arm robbery in Teaneck last month that started with the victim answering a Craigslist advertisement offering to sell prescription drugs, authorities said.
Renovated Teaneck Cinemas Announces Opening Date
The long-awaited Teaneck Cinemas will open next Friday after months of renovations to overhaul the decades-old movie house, the new owner announced.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
One of Hackensack's rookie cops comes to the aid of 73-year-old
Police Officer Travoun James, who has been on the force for roughly a year and a half, came to the aid of a 73-year-old man, while on patrol, who James witnessed being assaulted by a crack addict in an alleged robbery attempt on Dec. 1. Rookie Officer Travoun James, who has been with the department since June 2012, was on routine patrol at Anderson ... (more)
Immigrant tuition bill expected to move forward
A New Jersey Assembly committee is expected to advance a bill granting cheaper in-state tuition to students living in the U.S. illegally.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Phony cops nabbed in Craigslist drug robbery, Teaneck police say
TEANECK - Township police have charged four Lodi roommates in a robbery that featured two females impersonating police officers during a drug deal set-up, according to Teaneck police.
Columnist Kasbarian Releases Dikranagerd-Armenian Dialect Dictionary
ARMENIAN DIALECT DICTIONARY By Contributor // December 9, 2013 http://www.armenianweekly.com/2013/12/09/columnist-kasbarian-releases-dikranagerd-armenian-dialect-dictionary/ Teaneck, N.J.-After years of compilation, a new dictionary of words and expressions from the Dikranagerd-Armenian dialect is now available.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Area Emergency Crews Called to Bogota Blaze
Firefighters and emergency medical crews from Teaneck and other nearby towns were on the scene of a smoky house fire in Bogota Tuesday afternoon.
Teaneck teen wins third place in prestigious Siemens Competition
Joshua Meier, a 17-year-old senior at the Bergen County Academies in Hackensack , won third place and a $40,000 scholarship Tuesday in the prestigious Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology.
The Record: Legal aid
THE LAW protects people who are unjustly evicted or fired or who are beaten by their partners.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Sandy Hook Vigil, Toy Drive This Week in Teaneck
Teaneck schools will be on a half-day schedule Monday, according to the district.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Wall Street Journal
Grants for Artists Outside Mainstream
From protecting ancient trees to supporting artists, musicians, dancers, peace activists and investigative journalists, Perry Rosenstein is supporting work outside the mainstream.
Rowing Coach Fired, Local Firm Hiring Thousands in Top Teaneck News
The Teaneck Board of Education has fired the high school's popular rowing coach over claims that rowers were continually put in danger.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Report: Teaneck worker never tested for alcohol despite being found in bar after striking friend
TEANECK Police are investigating why a township public works employee was not tested for alcohol, despite the fact that officers him in a nearby bar shortly after he struck a friend with his vehicle.