Week in Review: Bust Nets 10 Pounds of Marijuana, Police End Standoff, Bread Burns
A look back at the week's top stories in Teaneck.
Police talked a James Street man into surrendering early Sunday after he fired a handgun in the street and barricaded himself inside his home for more than two hours, authorities said.
Two New York City men were arrested after one of them went to a Teaneck post office to pick up a shipment of suspected marijuana sent through U.S. mail, police said.
The fifth annual "Big Bread Burn" was held at the Teaneck Jewish Center Friday, with the area's Jewish community coming together to prepare for Passover by burning bread products, called Chametz.
Teaneck’s Historic Preservation Commission has scheduled an April 25 public hearing on its designation of the town’s more than 250-year-old red oak tree as a historic site, the township said.
A Teaneck firefighter captured dramatic images of the week's large brush fire in the Meadowlands. Smoke from the fire was visable miles away in Teaneck.
Earth Day event planned to highlight new public face of 'connect point' for the TCC's mission.