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Aliza Chasan

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  1. Bergenfield Swears In New Police Officer

    Bergenfield Swears In New Police Officer

    BERGENFIELD, N.J. — Bergenfield officials swore in the 45th member of their police department.A former member of the Morris County Sheriff's Department, Kevin Helder, 39, was graduated from the police academy in 2008.He received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the State University of NY College of Oneonta.““I am extremely excited,” Officer Helder said. “I’m very honored to be ...

  2. Teaneck University Professor Proposes Yeshiva Program Counterpart

    Teaneck University Professor Proposes Yeshiva Program Counterpart

    TEANECK, N.J. – Fairleigh Dickinson University may have a new program on the horizon.Business professor Ira Jaskoll has proposed a similar program for women. Jaskoll of Teaneck also heads a program at the university for Orthodox Jewish men who are looking to get a secular education.Many men and women in the religious Jewish world spend years after high school focusing on religious ...

  3. Leonia Library Faces Possible Budget Cut

    Leonia Library Faces Possible Budget Cut

    LEONIA, N.J. — The Leonia Public Library is now closed on Sundays in anticipation of a 25% budget cut that would severely diminish the library's services and hours, library officials told Daily Voice.The trustees analyzed the impact the budget cut would have on the library and the results would be a library unrecognizable compared to what it is today, Library Board of the Trustees ...

  4. Teaneck Restaurants Serve Up 'Dine To Donate' Events

    Teaneck Restaurants Serve Up 'Dine To Donate' Events

    TEANECK, N.J. -- Approximately two dozen Englewood, Teaneck and Tenafly restaurants will be hosting 'Dine to Donate' events to help feed youngsters with special needs and disadvantaged children in Israel.Participating restaurants will donate 10% of their profit that day to the Women's International Zionist Organization (WIZO).“We don’t do it for raising a big amount of money, but every ...

  5. Teaneck General Store Shuts Its Doors

    Teaneck General Store Shuts Its Doors

    TEANECK, N.J. – After six-and-a-half years, Cedar Lane's Teaneck General Store is on its way out.The store — that sells almost anything from games to coffee — will be closing down sometime in March, owner Bruce Prince told Daily Voice.“Retail is a tough business. It’s six days a week and my wife would like me not to work so much,” said Prince, 64. “As I get older I have to spend my time ...

  6. Hackensack-Based Charter Schools Get State OK to Grow

    Hackensack-Based Charter Schools Get State OK to Grow

    HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Three Bergen County charter schools got the go-ahead from the state Monday to expand enrollment for the upcoming academic year. The Bergen Arts and Sciences Charter School, which has campuses in Garfield, Lodi and Hackensack, is being allowed to increase its student body by nearly 35 percent. Englewood’s Palisades Charter School got permission to grow to 252 seats ...

  7. It's Official: North Bergen Hospital Now HackensackUMC Palisades

    It's Official: North Bergen Hospital Now HackensackUMC Palisades

    HACKENSACK, N.J. -- The hospital on the Hudson River in North Bergen officially became Hackensack UMC Palisades this week following approval from state regulatory authorities.The acquisition by Hackensack University Health Network brings $50 million into the acute-care hospital for new equipment, operating room renovations and service improvements, reduces costs for billing, purchasing ...

  8. Teaneck Scout Awarded Organization's Highest Rank

    Teaneck Scout Awarded Organization's Highest Rank

    TEANECK, N.J. – Avi Samuel became only the 15th Teaneck Troop 226 scout to become an Eagle Scout in the troop's 46-year history.Samuel had his Court of Honor Sunday after six years climbing through the Boy Scout ranks. Getting there meant completing 21 merit badges, serving in a leadership capacity and fulfilling a community service project — installing floorboards on a muddy section of ...

  9. Tenafly Mom, Cardiologists Offer Children Free Heart Screenings

    Tenafly Mom, Cardiologists Offer Children Free Heart Screenings

    TENAFLY, N.J. — Learning that her friend's 9-year-old son nearly drowned of an undiagnosed heart condition while swimming on vacation is what Tenafly mother Jennifer Schwab Yanowitz said propelled her to make a change.Yanowitz is offering free heart screenings for children between ages 8 and 18 at the Stillman School on March 12. The equipment will be provided by Simon's Fund — a ...

  10. 'Buzzing' Teterboro: A Lunar Aviation Hall Of Fame Exhibit

    'Buzzing' Teterboro: A Lunar Aviation Hall Of Fame Exhibit

    TETERBORO, N.J. -- There’s some buzz coming to Teterboro – literally. The Aviation Hall of Fame at Teterboro is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a Buzz Aldrin exhibit, opening in about two weeks. “Twelve out of 7 billion have walked someplace other than Earth. They have walked on the moon,” said Joe Lennox, the museum’s president. “Of those 12, only one comes from New ...

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