Quantcast

Latest Teaneck, New Jersey Stories

2011-05-01 00:09:05

Second year honoring employee appreciation, work/life balance and community involvement Teaneck, New Jersey (PRWEB) April 29, 2011 Holy Name Medical Center has appeared for the second consecutive year on the Center for Companies That Care Honor Roll. The Honor Roll is a national list recognizing employers for outstanding workplace practices and active community involvement, and includes privately-held, publicly-traded, and not-for-profit organizations. Holy Name is the only New Jersey...

2010-04-08 06:30:00

TEANECK, N.J., April 8 /PRNewswire/ -- John W. Woods Jr. and Iva Eulalia Newman Woods began raising a family in the north during the unsettling times of the Great Depression, World War II, and up to the beginnings of the Civil Rights Movement. Minorities in a small Ohio town, the Woods family was prosperous for a time, and guided by John Woods' vision that his children would each get a college education. Despite the hardships they faced, daughter Marva Woods Stith relates the family's...

2010-03-24 13:05:00

BERGENFIELD, N.J., March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- The Lightstone Group today announced that Newbridge Farmers Market has signed a long-term lease extension at Newbridge Shopping Plaza in Bergenfield, N.J. The market currently occupies 9,200 square feet of space and the expansion brings their total leased area to 10,000 square feet. Newbridge Farmers Market specializes in the sale of fresh produce that is local and imported, as well as flowers and fresh bread. The operating group controls...

2008-09-27 15:00:00

By MARY JO LAYTON and LINDY WASHBURN, STAFF WRITERS Bergen County doesn't need another hospital and adding one will seriously harm existing hospitals in the area, according to a report commissioned by The Valley Hospital and Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. The two hospitals stand to lose patients, doctors and income if Pascack Valley Hospital is reopened. They are fighting Hackensack University Medical Center's plan to have a 128-bed hospital at the Westwood site. "It will do us...

2008-09-25 15:00:00

By LINDY WASHBURN, STAFF WRITER The emergency room at the former Pascack Valley Hospital is to reopen next Wednesday at 9 a.m. Final licensing approval was granted Tuesday afternoon by the state Department of Health, said Marilyn Riley, a spokeswoman. The department's inspectors visited the newly renovated department last week. "It's going to open, definitely and without a question, on Oct. 1," said John Ferguson, president and chief executive officer of Hackensack University Medical...

2008-08-27 15:00:43

By JOSEPH AX, STAFF WRITER Police will resume searching through a giant pile of fill at Overpeck County Park today, a day after construction workers discovered a human skull amid the soil. The skull appears to have been brought into the site along with thousands of truckloads of dredged sediment material taken from the bed of a body of water to be used to cap the former Overpeck landfill as part of a $45 million project. Workers for Joseph M. Sanzari Construction, a subcontractor,...

2008-08-22 15:00:29

By RAYMOND A. EDEL The Frelinghuysen Arboretum has expanded its cellphone tour service. The Morris Township facility has added a self-guided tour of its coleus plantings. Patrons can dial a number to hear Ray Rogers talk about almost 20 coleus cultivars growing in the Scherer Garden. Rogers is the author of "Coleus: Rainbow Foliage for Containers and Gardens." "I love coleus because of their colors," said Rogers, a North Brunswick resident. "You have practically every color available...

2008-08-12 15:00:39

By HARVY LIPMAN For the first half-dozen years of its existence, the Teaneck Creek Conservancy didn't have to focus much on building a donor base. Formed in 2001 to rescue and preserve a 46-acre triangle of wetlands near Route 95, the conservancy relied mainly on government grants and funds from the Puffin Foundation a non-profit formed by the conservancy's president and co-founder, Perry Rosenstein. But while taxpayer and foundation money is paying for the last major phase of...

2008-08-11 15:01:09

TEANECK Two principals are trading places this fall. Elise Bourne-Busby will move from Whittier School to Bryant School, while Suzanna Kaplan will be doing the opposite. Whittier School includes Grades 1-4; Bryant School includes pre-kindergarten to first grade. Superintendent John Czeterko said in a letter sent home to parents that the move would benefit both schools. "Dr. Bourne-Busby earned her doctorate in early childhood and kindergarten education and is eager to work with our...


Word of the Day
snash
  • To talk saucily.
  • Insolent, opprobrious language; impertinent abuse.
This word is Scots in origin and probably imitative.