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  2. List of people from Teaneck, New Jersey - Wikipedia

    Thomas Costa (1912–2003), member of the New Jersey General Assembly from 1968 to 1972 who served as mayor of Teaneck from 1966 to 1969 John P. Cronan (born 1976), lawyer and former Assistant Attorney General in the United States Department of Justice who is a nominee to be a United States district judge of the United States District Court for ...

  3. The New Jersey Globe is an independent, professional news site chronicling the world of politics in New Jersey. Authoritative, comprehensive coverage of the people, policies and pageantry of the state.

  4. Teaneck Community Charter School, located in TeaneckNew Jersey, is a K-8 public charter school. We guide our students to become self-directed learners and community contributors in a respectful and caring learning environment.

  5. Hackensack, New Jersey - Wikipedia,_New_Jersey

    Hackensack is a city in and the county seat of Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. The area was officially named New Barbadoes Township until 1921, but has informally been known as Hackensack since at least the 18th century.

  6. Local Bergen County, New Jersey Obituaries -

    View local obituaries in Bergen County, New Jersey. Send flowers, find service dates or offer condolences for the lives we have lost in Bergen County, New Jersey.

  7. Motorcycle accident new jersey -

    Latest New Jersey 636 From Rd Motorcycle Traffic Report From The News. Long Branch Woman Involved In Fatal 3-Car Collision. Marlboro | new. Teaneck police investigating motorcycle crash on Route 4 . hot Teaneck police are investigating an accident on Route 4. It happened near Queen Ann Road after a motorcyclist reportedly ...

  8. ‘Yiddish is a really cool language’ | New Jersey Jewish News

    Soon, his parents, who recognized his interest, got him a New Year’s present — New Year is a traditional Russian and Ukrainian holiday and his family celebrates it. It was “Colloquial Yiddish” by Lily Kahn. “So whenever I had study hall, instead of doing actual work I would open the book,” he said. “I went through it. It was hard.