Week in Review: Park Reopens, Docs OK'd for Marijuana, Resident Picked for Olympics
A look back at the week's top stories in Teaneck.
A township resident and Teaneck High School graduate has qualified and will represent the United States in fencing at the 2012 Olympics in London.
Rowers from Teaneck and more than a dozen other area schools took to the water at Overpeck Lake Saturday for the inaugural North Jersey Championship Regatta, drawing thousands of rowing fans to the county park.
Teaneck’s Milton Votee Park, which was closed more than four months ago, will reopen Saturday after a state Health Department report concluded exposure to soil contamination in the park was not expected to pose a health risk, Township Manager William Broughton said Wednesday.
At Thursday’s 32nd Annual Holocaust Commemoration, family, friends and members of the community repeated a promise to the Holocaust survivors in attendance that they would never let the world forget about the murder of 6 million Jews.
A federal judge has dismissed the case against a Teaneck man charged with jury tampering for distributing pamphlets outside a New York City court advocating jury nullification.