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Teaneck ESL Class Open to Bergen County Residents Begins Sept. 10

The Teaneck Public Library will begin its ESL class on Sept. 10 and will continue to run every Wednesday from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

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Teaneck Man Charged with Threatening to Kill Ramapo Administrator

A former Ramapo student was charged with threatening to kill a school official.

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Violent Crime on the Rise in Teaneck

Teaneck saw more violent crimes in the first half of 2014 compared to the first half of 2013.

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Parent of Bullied Child Files Suit Against Teaneck School District

The parent alleges that administrators failed to respond to the incidents in accordance with the 2010 Anti-Bully Bill of Rights Act.

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Two Teaneck Men Arrested For Raping Teen

Kelisen Brewley, 25, and Kareem A. Gibbs, 22, were arrested yesterday for raping a 15-year-old girl. Another suspect is still at large.

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Teaneck's Holy Name Hospice Offers Bereavement Program

Holy Name offers a bereavement program to provide compassionate support and education to those who have lost a loved one.

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Teaneck Couple's Wedding Photos Wash Up in Staten Island

A Teaneck couple has recovered the wedding photos they lost during Hurricane Sandy.

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Two Teaneck Professionals Listed as NJBIZ "40 Under 40"

Ryan Kennedy of Holy Name Medical Center and Joseph Maceri of Snyder and Sarno, LLC, both made the "40 Under 40: Leaders of Tomorrow" list.

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Teaneck High Pranksters Take Deal for Clean Record

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Three former students must each pay $158 in court fees and stay out of trouble for six months to wipe record clean.

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Teaneck, Hackensack Rotary Clubs Team Up to Feed Hungry

The Hackensack and Teaneck Rotary Clubs united at Christ Church last weekend to feed the hungry. Contributed photo.
The On Our Own Self Help Center also contributed to the success of the event.

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