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Teaneck, New Jersey is located in Bergen County. Zip codes in Teaneck, NJ include 07666. The median home price in Teaneck is $369,000 which is roughly $224/per square foot. More Teaneck information.

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7 hrs ago | The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

Teaneck teachers have new contract, but questions on salary increases remain

The township's teachers and school trustees aren't in the mood for celebration, despite having recently reached an agreement on a new contract. Teachers, secretaries and other staff will not receive retroactive salary increases for the first two of the three years they worked under an expired contract.

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13 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Jazz and Brew Fest returns to West Orange this weekend

Jazz guitarist Bob DeVos, of West Orange, is among the performers slated for Saturday's Jazz and Brew Fest. (Jerry McCrea The annual Jazz and Brew Fest, in its 11th year, will fill the Oskar Schindler Performing Arts Center on Boland Drive with music, food and activities on Saturday.

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18 hrs ago | Patch.com

Campaign Focused on Americans' Top Monetary Concerns Comes to Teaneck Sept. 16

A new campaign by American Principles in Action called, Fix the Dollar, is coming to the American Legion in Teaneck on Tuesday, Sept. 16. Fix the Dollar focuses on the top monetary concerns of voters, including rising prices and wage stagnation.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

Former Don Bosco Prep track star charged in Teaneck vandalism

A former Don Bosco Prep track star with a promising future as a University of Pennsylvania student was charged Monday with a vandalism binge in the township last May that shattered windows in nine homes and three parked cars. Timothy Hamlett, who has completed his sophomore year at Penn, turned himself in at the Teaneck Municipal Court to face charges in connection with the vandalism that left residents wondering what was becoming of the normally quiet neighborhood in the southwest corner of the township, just a few blocks from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

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The Item

Secaucus-based company files for initial public offering

Freshpet Inc., the Secaucus-based pet-food company that is trying to produce healthier fare, hopes that investors will buy into the concept as well. In this Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013, photo, Freshpet co-founder Scott Morris over a display of the company's pet food in Bethlehem, Pa.

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The Washington Post

Patricia McBride, Kennedy Center honoree, is no tragic ballerina

"Ballerina" is hardly the profession that comes to mind when one thinks of work-life balance or "having it all." The women in the spotlight conjure images of beauty, but also sacrifice, single-minded devotion and lofty standards, impossible to reach.

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The Jersey Journal

Student breaks into Teaneck High School, steals hall passes, police say

An alarm went off at the school at about 2 a.m., Teaneck Police Detective Lt. Andrew McGurr said.

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Electric Energy Online

Hudson Clean Energy Partners Closes $90M in Follow-on Financing...

Hudson Clean Energy announced that it has closed a $90 million credit facility for its flagship fund. The follow-on financing, underwritten by an existing limited partner, will be used to support select Hudson portfolio companies as each enters a new phase of development.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

Bergenfield man, 66, charged with trying to kill his wife

A 66-year-old borough man has been charged with trying to kill his wife with a razor as part of a failed murder-suicide, authorities said Sunday. Police said officers found John Humbert on Saturday morning, disoriented and suffering from partly healed cut wounds in the rear of his apartment on W. Church Street.

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NorthJersey.com

Bergen 9/11 memorial service also honors FALN and Lockerbie victims

Nearly 40 years ago, her husband Frank Connor was one of four people who died when a radical Puerto Rican group exploded a bomb at Fraunces Tavern in Manhattan. And 13 years ago on 9/11, Frank's godson perished at the World Trade Center.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

The Item

North Jersey and the nation remember Sept. 11

Members of the Closter Fire Department participated in the September 11th memorial serviceon the 13th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center Towers. When terrorists struck on Sept.

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NJ.com

Politicians, residents pay tribute to Bergen County residents killed on 9/11

HACKENSACK - After the 9/11 attacks, William Maher spent weeks trying to find his cousin in the rubble of the World Trade Center. His cousin, Edward Thomas Keane, had retired from his job as an engineer for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey before 2001 but was working as a consultant for the agency at the time of the attacks.

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National Provisioner

Newly Weds Foods acquires Continental Seasoning

Newly Weds Foods Inc. has purchased Continental Seasoning Inc., an industrial seasoning manufacturer based in Teaneck, New Jersey for an undisclosed sum. The business is primarily comprised of seasoning blends, spices, and ingredient processing aids for servicing meat, poultry, meat snack and seafood processors.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

NorthJersey.com

Teaneck Council presses for moratorium on use of older tank cars on oil trains through town

Tank cars lining the CSX tracks near Cedar Lane in Teaneck in May. Fifteen to 30 oil trains pass each week through 11 Bergen County towns. Residents and members of the Township Council have expressed concern about the safety risks posed by crude oil traveling in substandard railcars that federal regulators have cautioned against.

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The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

Police: Teaneck man led cops on chase through Englewood

A Teaneck man - who authorities say was driving around in an unregistered, uninsured vehicle with fake license plates and an open container of alcohol - led police on a chase through the backyards of a Third Ward neighborhood Monday night, police said. Richard A. Chambers' troubles started around 9 p.m. Monday, when police say he double-parked his 1997 Honda Civic in front of the McDonald's on West Palisade Avenue.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

NorthJersey.com

Chef Lynn Neumann of Sapphire Thai Food Express in Teaneck on Thai food

It wasn't until she was laid off from the Simmons Jewelry Co. in New York City in 2010 that Lynn Neumann, nA©e Thongnid, had the time to return to the hobby she'd abandoned long ago: cooking.

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NorthJersey.com

Family of boy allegedly molested at Leonia firehouse files lawsuit

A lawsuit filed Tuesday claims that town officials knew or had good reason to believe that a teen accused of molesting a child at the borough firehouse last year was a danger to others, an attorney for the child's family claimed. "We have information that he's acted this way before," said Rosemarie Arnold, referring to Darius Levine, the developmentally disabled 19-year-old charged with sexually assaulting a 3-year-old boy last June.

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The Jersey Journal

In working-class Englewood neighborhood, bus riders left feeling stranded

NJbusmap.com shows NJ Transit bus routes in Englewood. 3rd Ward residents complain of the lack of service in their area.

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Patch.com

ESL Class Open to Bergen County Residents Begins Sept. 10

An English-as-a-Second-Language Conversation Group hosted by the Teaneck Public Library will begin on Wednesday, Sept. 10 and will continue every Wednesday afternoon from 1:00 to 2:30 PM in the library auditorium.

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NJ.com

Teaneck's Rose Marie McCoy still churning out tunes at 92

She grew up in an age when racial discrimination was backed by the law. She was marginalized because of her gender and faced the challenges of crushing poverty on a daily basis.

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