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Legal Fees, Blue Laws, New Market in Top Teaneck News

Anti-Blue Law Group Has Enough Signatures For November Ballot

A group of Bergen County residents who want to repeal the county's Blue Laws have secured the 2,500 signatures they need to get a referendum on the ballot in November.

Teaneck To Pay Deputy Mayor’s Legal Bill

The Township Council voted this week to pay legal fees incurred by Deputy Mayor Adam Gussen over a complaint filed last year by ex-councilwoman Barbara Toffler, who accused him of leaking confidential information to the media.

New Market Opens in Teaneck

A new kosher market on Cedar Lane could bring as many as 85 jobs to the area, Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno said at the store’s grand opening Thursday morning.

Inside The Restoration of Teaneck's Movie Theater [PHOTOS]

Efforts continue to reopen town's lone movie theater. Check out photos from inside the project
Francis Lehane August 25, 2013 at 02:05 PM
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