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West N.Y. man charged in Edgewater assault

EDGEWATER €” A West New York man remains jailed after being charged in an alleged aggravated sexual assault in the parking lot of an Edgewater restaurant recently.

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Edgewater Council OKs more funds to old borough hall project

Much like it did four years ago, the restoration of the old borough hall is facing unforeseen costs.

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West New York man is charged with sexually assaulting woman in Edgewater

Arsenio Amelco, 23, of West New York has been charged with sexually assaulting a 26-year-old woman and beating her in an underground parking lot at the Pier 115 Bar & Grill, authorities said Wednesday.

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Edgewater building application deemed 'flawed'

EDGEWATER — The appellate division of the New Jersey Superior Court voided an application to build a nine-story residential development across from Veterans Field on July 1, calling the Zoning Board of Adjustment's approval of the plan two years ago "legally flawed."

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Edgewater Marketplace sold for $20 million

An Englewood real estate firm has purchased the Edgewater Marketplace, an 80,000-square-foot retail center on the Hudson River, for roughly $20 million, the company said Tuesday.

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Whole Foods opens its second Dosateria and Lassi Bar in Edgewater

Indian street food comes to Whole Foods Edgewater

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Preliminary work set at Quanta site

Contractors will begin trial runs this fall to entomb coal tar, arsenic and other underground contaminants at the Quanta Superfund site in Edgewater, but the large-scale work at the site may not start for more than a year, federal officials said this week.

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Booker talks child poverty in Edgewater

EDGEWATER - Newark Mayor and U.S. Senate candidate Cory Booker presented his first federal policy plan at the George Washington School on July 8, unveiling a four-part blueprint for the eradication of child poverty nationwide.

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Edgewater accepting generator, safety bids

EDGEWATER €” Eight months after Hurricane Sandy knocked out power to the entire borough and six months after a shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School took the lives of 27 people, the district is making good on its promises to improve emergency preparedness and increase security.

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Edgewater Board of Education considers trimming preschool to fit more older grades

EDGEWATER €” When the new George Washington School opened its doors last September, it not only provided the district with sorely needed classroom space but heralded the return of a full preschool program that for years was reserved for special needs students and a select few, but it appears that the return could be short-lived.

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