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  1. Longtime Teaneck Teacher Charles Vincent Giancola Dies At 64

    Longtime Teaneck Teacher Charles Vincent Giancola Dies At 64

    ORADELL, N.J. -- Longtime Teaneck teacher Charles Vincent Giancola, a resident of New Milford, died on Monday, Jan. 2. He was 64."He was a gift and a blessing to all who knew him," information from the funeral home noted. He was a dedicated elementary school teacher of 37 years in the Teaneck School District. A lover of sunshine, he was often seen smiling while playing tennis ...

  2. Aiming For A Healthier New Year, Bergen? Saladworks Would Love To Help

    Aiming For A Healthier New Year, Bergen? Saladworks Would Love To Help

    WYCKOFF, N.J. -- If eating healthier was one of your resolutions this year, there's a quick-food chain with a big New Jersey presence that would like to partner with you. Saladworks provides over a dozen signature salads, as well as sandwiches and soup, all with accessible nutrition info.Saladworks CEO Patrick Sugrue told Daily Voice that the company does see an annual spike in sales, ...

  3. Who's Hungry? Ridgewood's Restaurant Week Is Returning Soon

    Who's Hungry? Ridgewood's Restaurant Week Is Returning Soon

    RIDGEWOOD, N.J. -- If you've been meaning to get out and sample more of the cuisine Ridgewood has to offer -- or just want some great deals -- be sure to check out the upcoming Restaurant Week 2017, which actually spans two weeks.The Ridgewood Chamber of Commerce's annual event runs from Sunday through Thursday, both Jan. 15-19 and 22-26. For $25.17 a person, the restaurants are ...

  4. Father And Son Keep Comics Alive In Teaneck

    Father And Son Keep Comics Alive In Teaneck

    TEANECK, N.J. -- Ridgefield Park resident Tony De Marco began selling comic books from his mom's porch in 1976, but his operation's a bit more official these days. He's got a comic-book shop, A&S Comics, in both Teaneck and North Bergen.For De Marco, like many, he began reading comics as a kid, though not the stereotypical superhero comics, he told Daily Voice. For him, it was ...

  5. Fort Lee's Barrymore Theater Showcasing Local, International Cinema

    Fort Lee's Barrymore Theater Showcasing Local, International Cinema

    FORT LEE, N.J. -- Fort Lee was home to one of the first families of film a century ago, and the Barrymore Film Center will pay homage to those actors and many others who established the industry on the East Coast.And while the center is still over a year from opening, its creators are already hard at work determining its future."You can't build a facility and then think of ...

  6. Wyckoff Groups Honor Vets, Restore Vandalized Church Cemetery

    Wyckoff Groups Honor Vets, Restore Vandalized Church Cemetery

    WYCKOFF, N.J. -- Two Wyckoff organizations are giving back to the community, helping to honor those who have gone.In the last month, the Wyckoff Area Garden Club placed wreaths on the graves of veterans at the Wyckoff Reformed Church Cemetery, and local Girl Scouts raised money to help repair headstones that were vandalized there this fall.On Dec. 17, members of the WAGC and others ...

  7. Join In Teaneck Forum On Future Of County Parks

    Join In Teaneck Forum On Future Of County Parks

    TEANECK, N.J. -- The Bergen County Department of Parks and the Rutgers Center for Urban Environmental Sustainability are inviting all Bergen residents to a series of community information sessions.The goal is to make a comprehensive master plan for county parks, in the light of Bergen County's rising population -- and residents should be included in the conversation.During January, ...

  8. Happy Birthday To Jess Harnell, Noted Voice Actor And Teaneck Native

    Happy Birthday To Jess Harnell, Noted Voice Actor And Teaneck Native

    ENGLEWOOD, N.J. -- Happy birthday to Jess Harnell -- who's both the longtime announcer for "America's Funniest Home Videos" and a well-known voice actor. He's turning 53 this Friday.Born in Englewood and raised in Teaneck, Harnell is perhaps best known for voicing Ironhide in the "Transformers" films and video games, and Wakko Warner, over the five seasons the ...

  9. 103 Million – Including A Man In Red – Will Travel This Christmas

    103 Million – Including A Man In Red – Will Travel This Christmas

    Less than a month after a busy Thanksgiving travel period, Americans are again on the move. And like Thanksgiving, travel over the upcoming Christmas and New Year's holiday is likely to show an increase compared to last year, says AAA Northeast.In fact, more than 103 million Americans -- the most on record and a 1.7 percent increase from last year -- are expected to travel over the ...

  10. 'Home For The Holidays' Show Will Aid Dumont Families, Ambulance Corps

    'Home For The Holidays' Show Will Aid Dumont Families, Ambulance Corps

    DUMONT, N.J. -- Elizabeth Synnott and other performers will present the community concert "Home for the Holidays," on Saturday, Dec. 10, at Dumont's Our Redeemer Lutheran Church.Synnott, a Dumont resident, is producing the show, as well as singing in it. She has a broad musical background, including opera, cabaret and musical theatre."The holidays are a perfect time to ...

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