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Tenafly field-lighting project still faces neighbors' objections, but moving ahead

Opponents of plans to install night lights and artificial turf at Geisinger field say they will continue to fight the project.

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Replacement sought on Tenafly school board after trustee resigns

The Tenafly Board of Education is seeking a replacement for a trustee who recently resigned.

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Tenafly Nature Center draws $4G Community Chest grant for programs

The Tenafly Nature Center has received a $4,000 grant from the Community Chest to help support its environmental education programs.

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Student population growth in certain grades expected in Tenafly

TENAFLY €“ Though not expected to be an overall trend, the district could see an increase in student population at certain schools and within specific lower-grade levels, according to a district-approved study.

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Foes of Tenafly Nature Center’s plan balk at tour Tenafly facility wants to move education site

Tenafly Nature Center tour doesn't bring a crowd of supporters or opponents

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Tenafly teen, and friends, pedal from California to New York collecting aid for Uganda

Ziev Basson of Tenafly and two saddle-sore companions raised $44,000 for Bicycles Against Poverty to purchase bikes for villagers in the east African nation of Uganda.

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Tenafly sets evening of mingling for residents and emergency staffs Community Night

The first Tenafly Community Night has been scheduled for Sept. 17 from 5 to 8 p.m.

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Tenafly Nature Center relocation plan faces new hurdle

The Tenafly Nature Center’s proposed new relocation and expansion requires approval by a federal program that provided funding for the property’s acquisition in 1975. The requirement was announced by the National Park Service, on behalf of the Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund, to local officials.

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Tenafly councilman holds meeting about emergencies

A Tenafly councilman was at the senior center last week to talk about being prepared for an emergency.

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Power outage in downtown Tenafly; generators used to power traffic lights

The downtown area of Tenafly, which has been the site of several recent outages, was without power Friday evening as police used generators to power traffic lights, said Mayor Peter Rustin.

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