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Senior health-care program expends to LyndhurstLYNDHURST — A program that offers primary health care to senior citizens where
Senior health-care program expends to Lyndhurst
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LYNDHURST — A program that offers primary health care to senior citizens where they live, a service supported in part by a Teaneck philanthropy, is expanding into Bergen County for the first time. This month, Clara Cares, offered by Clara Maass... Read more
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Road work halted as plans for N.J. gas tax hike collapsenext voting session isn’t planned until Aug. 1. “Obviously we have pretty limi
Road work halted as plans for N.J. gas tax hike collapse
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next voting session isn’t planned until Aug. 1. “Obviously we have pretty limited availability,” said Loretta Weinberg, D-Teaneck, the Senate majority leader. “I mean, we had a plan. And suddenly [Christie] decided to pull the rug out.” Sweeney... Read more
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Program offering primary health care to senior citizens expanding to Bergen CountyLYNDHURST — A program that offers primary health care to senior citizens where
Program offering primary health care to senior citizens expanding to Bergen County
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 15 hours ago
LYNDHURST — A program that offers primary health care to senior citizens where they live, a service supported in part by a Teaneck philanthropy, is expanding into Bergen County for the first time. In July, Clara Cares, offered by Clara Maass Medical... Read more
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No compromise on N.J. transportation funding crisis; road projects may start to closenext voting session isn’t planned until Aug. 1. “Obviously we have pretty limi
No compromise on N.J. transportation funding crisis; road projects may start to close
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next voting session isn’t planned until Aug. 1. “Obviously we have pretty limited availability,” said Loretta Weinberg, D-Teaneck, the Senate majority leader. “I mean, we had a plan. And suddenly [Christie] decided to pull the rug out.” Sweeney... Read more
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Leader of North Jersey burglary crew that stole millions gets 25-year prison termdaughter will deal with this forever. I don’t know how you put a value on that,
Leader of North Jersey burglary crew that stole millions gets 25-year prison term
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daughter will deal with this forever. I don’t know how you put a value on that,” he said. Gatson, who previously lived in Teaneck, Cliffside Park and most recently North Bergen, is regarded by law enforcement as one of Bergen County’s most... Read more
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Senate will try to override Christie veto of firearms billwrote in his veto message. That was the second time Christie had vetoed the bi
Senate will try to override Christie veto of firearms bill
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wrote in his veto message. That was the second time Christie had vetoed the bill, co-sponsored by Sen. Loretta Weinberg, D-Teaneck, which had the support of former Rep. Gabby Giffords, who was severely wounded in a shooting spree in Tucson in... Read more
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Sweeney: Senate, Assembly not close to compromise on transportation funding crisissounded dubious. “We’re not going to blow that big a hole in the budget,” said
Sweeney: Senate, Assembly not close to compromise on transportation funding crisis
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sounded dubious. “We’re not going to blow that big a hole in the budget,” said Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg, D-Teaneck. “It is extremely irresponsible.” After two days of nearly continuous talks, the legislature appeared no closer to a... Read more
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Lamberti: Passaic Valley working through the summer heathaving defeated Dwight Morrow, 5-0, and Cliffside Park, 5-2. The Hornets are ba
Lamberti: Passaic Valley working through the summer heat
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having defeated Dwight Morrow, 5-0, and Cliffside Park, 5-2. The Hornets are back in action on June 30 when it takes on Teaneck at Cliffside Park. Rising juniors Christa Booth and Stephanie Wasik scored for Passaic Valley in the win over Dwight... Read more
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Christie's plan to cut sales tax, raise gas tax may not get needed votestantamount to “destroying the budget.” “This is the worst kind of government a
Christie's plan to cut sales tax, raise gas tax may not get needed votes
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tantamount to “destroying the budget.” “This is the worst kind of government at the most inappropriate time,” Weinberg, D-Teaneck, said of the tax plan. Public opinion missing Christie and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, D-Secaucus, announced... Read more
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Anthony McGilchrist new coach at Paramus Catholicsome proverbial horses and we can run, then we can go up-tempo, if not, then we
Anthony McGilchrist new coach at Paramus Catholic
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some proverbial horses and we can run, then we can go up-tempo, if not, then we will play half-court," McGilchrist said. "You always want to make sure your style matches your personnel." McGilchrist lives in Teaneck with his wife and two chi... Read more
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Teaneck Council OKs fundingTEANECK — The Township Council on Tuesday approved funding for various capital
Teaneck Council OKs funding
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TEANECK — The Township Council on Tuesday approved funding for various capital expenditures, including the renovation of basketball courts, road resurfacing and cameras for police vehicles. The council adopted two measures that would pay for the... Read more
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Christie's plan to cut sales tax, raise gas tax may not get votes needed in Senatetantamount to “destroying the budget.” “This is the worst kind of government a
Christie's plan to cut sales tax, raise gas tax may not get votes needed in Senate
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tantamount to “destroying the budget.” “This is the worst kind of government at the most inappropriate time,” Weinberg, D-Teaneck, said of the tax plan. Public opinion missing Christie and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, D-Secaucus, announced... Read more
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Christie's plan to cut sales tax, raise gas tax may not get votes needed in Senatetantamount to “destroying the budget.” “This is the worst kind of government a
Christie's plan to cut sales tax, raise gas tax may not get votes needed in Senate
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tantamount to “destroying the budget.” “This is the worst kind of government at the most inappropriate time,” Weinberg, D-Teaneck, said of the tax plan. Christie and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, D-Hudson, announced the tax deal around... Read more
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Mary Joyce Doyle, credited with revolutionizing book lending in Bergen County, dies at 872.2 million are among libraries, according to BCCLS Executive Director Marie Co
Mary Joyce Doyle, credited with revolutionizing book lending in Bergen County, dies at 87
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2.2 million are among libraries, according to BCCLS Executive Director Marie Coughlin. Michael McCue, director of the Teaneck Public Library, was working at the Upper Saddle River Library in the late 1970s when he met Ms. Doyle at BCCLS... Read more
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N.J. Democratic lawmakers blast tax overhaul plan backed by Assembly, Christietantamount to “destroying the budget.” “This is the worst kind of government a
N.J. Democratic lawmakers blast tax overhaul plan backed by Assembly, Christie
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tantamount to “destroying the budget.” “This is the worst kind of government at the most inappropriate time,” Weinberg, D-Teaneck, said of the tax plan. Christie and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, D-Hudson, announced the tax deal around... Read more
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Tax overhaul would hit N.J. budget hardweak bond rating. “We’re not going to blow that big a hole in the budget,” sai
Tax overhaul would hit N.J. budget hard
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 2 days ago
weak bond rating. “We’re not going to blow that big a hole in the budget,” said Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg, D-Teaneck. “It is extremely irresponsible.” The Assembly passed the tax overhaul hours after a separate ballot initiative that... Read more
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N.J. Legislature pushes tighter gun controla 30-day period in which the State Police can either amend or withdraw the prop
N.J. Legislature pushes tighter gun control
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 2 days ago
a 30-day period in which the State Police can either amend or withdraw the proposed regulation. Sen. Loretta Weinberg, D-Teaneck, who co-sponsored the bill, said it’s an attempt by lawmakers to further resist changes that would expand the pool of... Read more
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Robert Webber, Teaneck dentist and EMT, dies - Top ObituariesDr. Robert Webber, who was a longtime Teaneck dentist and a first responder, di
Robert Webber, Teaneck dentist and EMT, dies - Top Obituaries
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 2 days ago
Dr. Robert Webber, who was a longtime Teaneck dentist and a first responder, died last Wednesday at The Jewish Home at Rockleigh. He was 72. The cause was Parkinson’s disease, said his wife, Meridyth. Dr. Webber, who practiced in Teaneck for four... Read more
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Teaneck event highlights appeal to businesses, buildersTEANECK — Local officials pitched the township as open for new business and dev
Teaneck event highlights appeal to businesses, builders
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TEANECK — Local officials pitched the township as open for new business and development opportunities at the inaugural "Discover Teaneck" event on Tuesday. The networking and informational meeting, which was hosted by the Township Council and the... Read more
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New York Post
George Washington toll cheats owe more than $200Kas defaced or missing license plates to avoid paying the toll. The biggest all
George Washington toll cheats owe more than $200K
New York Post / Posted 2 days ago
as defaced or missing license plates to avoid paying the toll. The biggest alleged toll cheat was Jerome Daly, 58, of Teaneck, NJ, who owes $79,423 in unpaid tolls and penalties. That sum includes $16,423 in unpaid tolls and $63,000 in... Read more
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State details effort to replace Route 4 bridge between Hackensack, TeaneckDepartment of Transportation is working to replace the Route 4 bridge over the
State details effort to replace Route 4 bridge between Hackensack, Teaneck
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 2 days ago
Department of Transportation is working to replace the Route 4 bridge over the Hackensack River that connects the city to Teaneck, starting in 2020. The span was built in 1931 and has been in need of increasingly more maintenance, according to a... Read more
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GWB crackdown yields alleged toll evaders owing more than $207,000 in tolls, feesowe – more than $207,000 in tolls and fees, authorities said. The largest amou
GWB crackdown yields alleged toll evaders owing more than $207,000 in tolls, fees
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owe – more than $207,000 in tolls and fees, authorities said. The largest amount — $79,423 — was owed by Jerome Daly of Teaneck, said Port Authority spokesman Joe Pentangelo. That included $16,423 for 1,260 separate toll violations and $63,000... Read more
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N.J. legislature sends handgun control bill to Christiea 30-day period in which the State Police can either amend or withdraw the prop
N.J. legislature sends handgun control bill to Christie
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 2 days ago
a 30-day period in which the State Police can either amend or withdraw the proposed regulation. Sen. Loretta Weinberg, D-Teaneck, who co-sponsored the bill, said it’s an attempt by lawmakers to further resist changes that would expand the pool of... Read more
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N.J. Assembly, Christie gas tax bill surprises State Senate leadershipall sides about two days to reach a deal. “We’ve had less time to figure thing
N.J. Assembly, Christie gas tax bill surprises State Senate leadership
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 2 days ago
all sides about two days to reach a deal. “We’ve had less time to figure things out,” said Sen. Loretta Weinberg, D – Teaneck. “We don’t always figure them out as coolly as we would like to, but in legislative time we have plenty of... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Yorktown
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207Kduring an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. On
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207K
The Daily Voice - Yorktown / Posted 2 days ago
during an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. One of them, 58-year-old Jermone Daly of Teaneck, owed $79,423 in unpaid tolls and fees covering 1,260 violations, the Port Authority's Joseph Pentangelo told Daily... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Rye
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207Kduring an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. On
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207K
The Daily Voice - Rye / Posted 2 days ago
during an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. One of them, 58-year-old Jermone Daly of Teaneck, owed $79,423 in unpaid tolls and fees covering 1,260 violations, the Port Authority's Joseph Pentangelo told Daily... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Port Chester
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207Kduring an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. On
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207K
The Daily Voice - Port Chester / Posted 2 days ago
during an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. One of them, 58-year-old Jermone Daly of Teaneck, owed $79,423 in unpaid tolls and fees covering 1,260 violations, the Port Authority's Joseph Pentangelo told Daily... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Peekskill
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207Kduring an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. On
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207K
The Daily Voice - Peekskill / Posted 2 days ago
during an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. One of them, 58-year-old Jermone Daly of Teaneck, owed $79,423 in unpaid tolls and fees covering 1,260 violations, the Port Authority's Joseph Pentangelo told Daily... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Mount Pleasant
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207Kduring an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. On
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207K
The Daily Voice - Mount Pleasant / Posted 2 days ago
during an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. One of them, 58-year-old Jermone Daly of Teaneck, owed $79,423 in unpaid tolls and fees covering 1,260 violations, the Port Authority's Joseph Pentangelo told Daily... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Briarcliff
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207Kduring an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. On
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207K
The Daily Voice - Briarcliff / Posted 2 days ago
during an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. One of them, 58-year-old Jermone Daly of Teaneck, owed $79,423 in unpaid tolls and fees covering 1,260 violations, the Port Authority's Joseph Pentangelo told Daily... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Armonk
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207Kduring an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. On
Police Charge GWB Toll Cheats Who Owed $207K
The Daily Voice - Armonk / Posted 2 days ago
during an early morning initiative Tuesday at the George Washington Bridge. One of them, 58-year-old Jermone Daly of Teaneck, owed $79,423 in unpaid tolls and fees covering 1,260 violations, the Port Authority's Joseph Pentangelo told Daily... Read more
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Tenafly gathering data, opinions on creating a community centerthe facilities they have toured. Many of the communities surrounding Tenafly,
Tenafly gathering data, opinions on creating a community center
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 3 days ago
the facilities they have toured. Many of the communities surrounding Tenafly, including Cresskill, Fair Lawn, Westwood and Teaneck, have thriving community centers. While there are private clubs in Tenafly, it does not have a recreational facility... Read more
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Sales tax cut may help offset pain at the pumpgoing to review all of this on Thursday and see what kind of a hole it blows in
Sales tax cut may help offset pain at the pump
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 3 days ago
going to review all of this on Thursday and see what kind of a hole it blows in the budget,” said Sen. Loretta Weinberg, D-Teaneck. Early Monday, it appeared that both the Senate and Assembly were ready to pass the gas tax along with a $34.8... Read more
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Teaneck, Chamber of Commerce join forces in push for investmentTEANECK — The council, in partnership with the Teaneck Chamber of Commerce, is
Teaneck, Chamber of Commerce join forces in push for investment
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 4 days ago
TEANECK — The council, in partnership with the Teaneck Chamber of Commerce, is hosting an event this week to encourage property owners, developers and real estate professionals to build and invest in the township. The goal of the inaugural Discover... Read more
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Jewish-based group connects kidney donors to strangershis doctors delivered a diagnosis that was as unexpected as it was worrisome: H
Jewish-based group connects kidney donors to strangers
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his doctors delivered a diagnosis that was as unexpected as it was worrisome: His kidneys were failing. Sarna, 67, of Teaneck, is not a smoker or drinker, and as far as he knew, no one in his family had kidney disease. And yet his options were... Read more
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Acupuncture hailed as a treatment for cancer paincancer patient's quality of life," said Dr. Sharyn Lewin, director of gynecolog
Acupuncture hailed as a treatment for cancer pain
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cancer patient's quality of life," said Dr. Sharyn Lewin, director of gynecological oncology at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck. She said acupuncture is very effective in dealing with peripheral neuropathy, or numbness, gynecological and... Read more
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Renovation of GWB bus station a warning for future projectsBridge Bus Station last year to see the project for himself after receiving com
Renovation of GWB bus station a warning for future projects
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 5 days ago
Bridge Bus Station last year to see the project for himself after receiving complaints from state Sen. Loretta Weinberg, D-Teaneck, whose residents, especially older residents, were struggling at the station. “Frankly, the Port Authority has not... Read more
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Woman struck, killed by tractor-trailer truck in TeaneckTEANECK — An elderly female pedestrian was hit by tractor-trailer truck and kil
Woman struck, killed by tractor-trailer truck in Teaneck
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 5 days ago
TEANECK — An elderly female pedestrian was hit by tractor-trailer truck and killed Saturday afternoon on Cedar Lane, according to township police. Police said the woman, whose name has not been released, was crossing the intersection of Cedar Lane... Read more
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Teaneck Councilmen Castle, Sohn in campaign funds probe, letter says - PoliticsTEANECK – The New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission is investigating t
Teaneck Councilmen Castle, Sohn in campaign funds probe, letter says - Politics
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 6 days ago
TEANECK – The New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission is investigating two township councilmen for not properly disclosing their campaign spending, according to a letter from the commission. The letter, dated June 15 and obtained by The... Read more
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Ridgefield Park man accused of trying to kill father with knife in TeaneckTEANECK – A Ridgefield Park man was arrested for attempting to kill his father
Ridgefield Park man accused of trying to kill father with knife in Teaneck
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 6 days ago
TEANECK – A Ridgefield Park man was arrested for attempting to kill his father with a knife. Corey Campbell, 34, on Thursday allegedly broke into his father’s home on Voorhees Street and attacked him with a knife in his bedroom, Teaneck Police Chief... Read more
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NJ.com
Horizon wins another battle challenging its controversial OMNIA planhospitals suing Horizon are Capital Health System in Trenton and Hopewell; Cent
Horizon wins another battle challenging its controversial OMNIA plan
NJ.com / Posted 7 days ago
hospitals suing Horizon are Capital Health System in Trenton and Hopewell; Centrastate in Freehold; Holy Name in Teaneck; JFK Medical Center in Edison; Trinitas Regional Medical Center in Elizabeth and Valley Hospital in Ridgewood. Saint... Read more
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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield doesn't have to reveal criteria for tiered insurance plan, court saysappeared to dim the prospects for any alteration to Omnia by opposing hospitals
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield doesn't have to reveal criteria for tiered insurance plan, court says
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 7 days ago
appeared to dim the prospects for any alteration to Omnia by opposing hospitals — including Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck and The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood — by saying their arguments “rest on the slenderest of reeds.” It was the... Read more
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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield doesn't have to reveal criteria for tiered insurance planappeared to dim the prospects for any alteration to Omnia by opposing hospitals
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield doesn't have to reveal criteria for tiered insurance plan
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appeared to dim the prospects for any alteration to Omnia by opposing hospitals — including Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck and The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood — by saying their arguments “rest on the slenderest of reeds.” It was the... Read more
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N.J. Democrats unveil their $34.8B budgetChristie vetoed last year. Legislators also proposed adding $4 million for pall
N.J. Democrats unveil their $34.8B budget
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 7 days ago
Christie vetoed last year. Legislators also proposed adding $4 million for palliative care at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck. To cover the cost amid tight budget conditions, Democrats would take $287 million from the state’s rainy-day fund... Read more
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Resolution to raise open-space tax was a typo, Bergen County sayspreservation and recreation; the transformation of a former landfill to what’s
Resolution to raise open-space tax was a typo, Bergen County says
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 8 days ago
preservation and recreation; the transformation of a former landfill to what’s now called the “New” Overpeck Park in Teaneck and Ridgefield Park was funded in part by the trust fund. Thirty percent of funds must be used for recreation,... Read more
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The Name-Dropper: Richard Rodda Community Center in Teaneckand put Name-Dropper in the subject field. Richard Rodda began his four-decade
The Name-Dropper: Richard Rodda Community Center in Teaneck
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 8 days ago
and put Name-Dropper in the subject field. Richard Rodda began his four-decade career as superintendent of recreation in Teaneck believing that fun means more than just watching a bunch of kids play tag. He ended it with his name emblazoned over... Read more
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Teaneck incumbents, challenger together top $56,000 in campaign spendingTEANECK — Three candidates in last month’s non-partisan municipal election – Co
Teaneck incumbents, challenger together top $56,000 in campaign spending
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 8 days ago
TEANECK — Three candidates in last month’s non-partisan municipal election – Councilmen Mohammed Hameeduddin and Henry Pruitt and challenger Michael Pagan – spent a total of more than $56,000 on the race, according to campaign financial... Read more
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Home sales climb in May to the highest level since before the recessionJersey real estate agents say the tight inventories have resulted in fiercer co
Home sales climb in May to the highest level since before the recession
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 8 days ago
Jersey real estate agents say the tight inventories have resulted in fiercer competition for homes. “Inventory in Teaneck is going down because people are buying right and left,” said Annekee Brahver-Keely of Russo Real Estate in... Read more
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Bergen County says submission of resolution to raise more money for open space fund was clerical errorpreservation and recreation; the transformation of a former landfill to what’s
Bergen County says submission of resolution to raise more money for open space fund was clerical error
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 8 days ago
preservation and recreation; the transformation of a former landfill to what’s now called the “New” Overpeck Park in Teaneck and Ridgefield Park was funded in part by the trust fund. Thirty percent of funds must be used for recreation,... Read more
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Teaneck school district to install 8 new water fountains to address lead issueTEANECK – The public school district will install eight new water fountains as
Teaneck school district to install 8 new water fountains to address lead issue
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 8 days ago
TEANECK – The public school district will install eight new water fountains as part of a remediation plan after elevated levels of lead were found in the water in its schools, the district announced on its website. The new fountains with filters... Read more
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