Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Roadway was closed in both directions
Update 10:30 p.m.: Degraw Avenue has been reopened in both directions. First report: A section of Degraw Avenue, between Beech and Woodbine Streets, was closed Wednesday night after a live wire sparked in a tree. Teaneck firefighters were called for a report of smoke in a tree. The roadway was blocked as of 8:45 p.m. while authorities waited for a Public Service Electric and Gas crew to arrive. The tree, maintained by Bergen County, has several broken branches and a county tree crew was also required. There were no major traffic delays or power outages reported.
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Degraw Avenue restaurant, part of Korean chicken trend, emphasizes quality over speed.
Making your customers wait is typically bad for business. But for the owners of Peck Peck in Teaneck, the wait is worth it for their made-to-order Korean-style chicken. Stacy and David Yu, of Parsippany, run the restaurant. David was a sushi chef for 20 years prior to him and his wife opening Peck Peck in April 2011. “Right now Korean chicken is rising,” Stacy said. “Everyone loves it; it’s a new trend.” Business has been steadily growing thanks to word of mouth and their central location at the corner of Degraw Avenue and Queen Anne Road. The couple originally was going to open a sushi restaurant, but one already is located next to their business, so they decided to go with what they’ve been cooking at home for years. “My husband is a …
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
No injuries or major delays reported.
A truck overturned late Tuesday morning on the I-95 ramp to Route 80, near the ramp from Degraw Avenue. No one was hurt in the accident and no major traffic delays were reported. Teaneck police blocked the Glenwood Avenue approach to the highway while state authorities worked at the scene. There was a slight delay westbound on Degraw Avenue. One lane on the highway was blocked as of 11:30 a.m.