Restaurant Expansion, Meningitis Outbreak in Top Teaneck News
A look at the week's top Teaneck stories.
Despite Teaneck's opposition, the New MilfordZoning Board granted approval for Sanzari's New Bridge Inn to construct a parking lot in place of two residential properties and expand the restaurant by 935 square feet.
Englewood has awarded a contract to create a plan to preserve the last remaining structure of a mansion once owned by a former Teaneck congressman in the city’s Mackay Park, theNorthern Valley Suburbanite reported Thursday.
No medications linked to a deadly fungal meningitis outbreak were injected at Holy Name Medical Center, a hospital spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Massachusetts-based New England Compounding Center shipped steroid injections possibly contaminated with a fungus to 23 states, including New Jersey, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The company announced a voluntary recall of all of its products over the weekend.
A Bergenfield-native inspired to become a vet by her own childhood experience with a pet in need has opened a newly renovated animal hospital on Teaneck Road.