Week in Review: Basement Fire, Three Charged With Prostitution
A review of the week's top stories in Teaneck.
Three Women Charged in Separate Prostitution Investigations
Police charged three women with engaging in prostitution, including one working out of a Queen Anne Road business, Police Chief Robert Wilson announced in a statement Thursday.
Teaneck Community Band Plays in Votee Park
Patch captured the Teaneck Community Band's performance in Votee Park. The summer concert series continues on Wednesday in the park.
Larger Council Chambers Possible Under Architect's Proposal
An architect unveiled two proposals for renovating the Municipal Building complex, with one calling for a larger council chambers and additions to the town hall.
Lunch Aide Inspires Students to Dabble in Pointillism
This is the second year that students from the “Lunch Bunch” have showcased their drawings in the library’s gallery. Hawthorne lunch aide and Teaneck resident Jackie Giel has been encouraging students for years to express their artistic side through pointillism, which is a technique used by Giel in her own artwork.
Basement Fire Damages Washington Place House
Teaneck firefighters knocked down a basement fire in a house on Washington Place early Wednesday.
Area residents reported seeing smoke coming from the house, near Crescent Avenue, around 1:30 a.m., authorities said. Emergency crews discovered fire in the basement and brought the flames under control around 2 a.m.