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Final suspect in Edgewater luxury apartment heist, assault captured in Massachussetts

The final suspect wanted for the heist at a luxury apartment and the brutal beating of the homeowner was captured in Massachusetts, and another person had been charged in connection with the crime, authorities said.

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Successes celebrated and failures noted as Edgewater Council begins new year

Edgewater - The borough marked the reelection of two councilmen and looked to the year ahead at its annual reorganization meeting on Jan. 3, vowing to build on the accomplishments of the past year.

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Hercules proves to be no match for preparation

The first winter storm of 2014 grounded flights, shut down schools and led to the deaths of at least 15 people nationwide on Jan. 2 and 3 but Fort Lee, Edgewater, Leonia and Hackensack weathered the bitter cold and snow just fine.

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Edgewater District exploring feasibility of e-books

Edgewater - Faced with outdated math and science textbooks, the district this year will form two teacher-led committees to explore the feasibility of swapping physical books for e-books.

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Fresh mochi sheets at Mitsuwa Marketplace in Edgewater

Fresh mochi sheets available during the holiday season at Mitsuwa Marketplace

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Board of Education talks to Edgewater Council about rising enrollment

EDGEWATER €” In an effort to bring the governing body up to date on increasing student enrollment numbers, members of the Board of Education last week began what they hope will be an ongoing dialogue about overcrowding with Mayor James Delaney and members of the council.

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Edgewater to give input on revised Master Plan

EDGEWATER €” The Planning Board will seek public input on the borough’s reexamined master plan next week, which includes a recommendation that would allow mixed use and multi-family residential units in the southern end of town.

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Edgewater may make Undercliff Avenue one-way

EDGEWATER €” The governing body is considering the possibility of permanently turning Undercliff Avenue into a one-way street after a successful trial period this fall.

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Two accused in Edgewater luxury home invasion appear in court; lawyers say they were innocent bystanders

Through their attorneys, both Adonis Sepulveda, 30, and Ramona P. Mercado-Vasquez, 26, pleaded not guilty. In interviews afterward, their attorneys stated publicly that they had been innocent bystanders unwittingly drawn into part of the crime.

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Two still at large after robbery at St. Moritz in Edgewater

EDGEWATER €” Two suspects remain at large in connection with a Nov. 26 home invasion robbery at the luxury St. Moritz apartment building that stripped an apartment of $2 million in cash, gold and jewelry and left its owner with multiple bruises and broken ribs.

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