Knifepoint Robbery, Pharmacy Could Replace Louie's in Top Teaneck News
A look back at the week's top stories in Teaneck
A major drug store chain could open at the recently closed Louie’s Charcoal Pit on Cedar Lane and two other adjoining properties, according to town officials.
Councilman Yitz Stern told Patch an unnamed pharmacy chain had filed an application with the town’s zoning board to build a store at the Louie’s site, an adjacent storefront and the nextdoor gas station at Cedar Lane and Elm Avenue.
Township police say a man held up two teenagers at knifepoint on North Street Thursday evening, making off with an iPhone.
A Bergen County jury on Thursday acquitted a Queens man on charges he killed two men on a street in Teaneck, but convicted him on drug distribution conspiracy and hindering apprehension charges, northjersey.com reported.
Prosecutors alleged Nicholas Kiriakakis, a 27-year-old nightclub owner, fatally shot Michael Mirasola and Jonathan Beneduce on Oakdene Avenue Feb. 17, 2010. The three were allegedly involved in a deal to buy drugs using counterfeit money.
A month-long investigation has led to the arrest of three Teaneck men in the November gunpoint robbery of a Lodi gas station, the prosecutor’s office announced today.
The Zoning Board reaffirmed its approval ofvariances sought by Sanzari's New Bridge Inn Tuesday, adding certain conditions.
In October, the Zoning Board granted variance approval to Sanzari's New Bridge Inn to expand the restaurant and knock down two residential houses to make room for a new parking lot, only to suspend it a month later citing that the restaurant "misrepresented" the total number of seats.
Teaneck firefighters extricated a man from a mangled car after a single-vehicle crash on Route 4 east Saturday morning.