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Englewood ice rink reopens after Sandy shutdown reopens in Englewood

After nearly two years of turmoil over its future, the John T. Wright Arena will re¬open today with five hours of free public ice skating daily through Sunday.

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Four arrested for armed robbery charges in Teaneck

Four individuals from Teaneck and Englewood were arrested Wednesday, Dec. 18 on charges relating to an armed robbery that occurred in Teaneck the day before.

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N.Y.C. woman finds the right condo in Englewood with a little help from her parents

Thirty-year-old Allison Baretz was feeling frustrated after another fruitless day spent in pursuit of her goal €“ owning her first home, a condo. She had rented in Manhattan for seven years finding apartments to be $2,000 and up.

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Englewood's Le Gourmet Cooking School offers chocolate class

Learn how to make holiday-themed treats

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Two indicted in beating of 82-year-old Englewood woman

Mary Tene, 58, is charged with second-degree assault and third-degree neglect of an elderly person in the alleged attack on her mother-in-law, identified as Ann Miller. Another defendant, Jimmy Miller, is charged with the same offenses.

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In Englewood, designs unveiled for modern new firehouse

Englewood leaders are discussing plans for a $6.2 million firehouse on South Van Brunt Street to be named after the late Jack Drakeford, a longtime councilman whose 50-year career in public service began as one of the city’s first black firefighters.

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Tension levels rising at abortion protests outside Englewood clinic

Despite Englewood Police Chief Arthur O’Keefe’s determination to keep his city from being drawn into the national abortion debate again, militant activists are changing what have been, in recent years, low-key, respectful protests.

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Restaurant review: Solaia in Englewood

Solaia has a new menu and some memorable dishes.

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Englewood considering plan to allow food trucks

Two months after booting Rosie's Weenie Wagon from its longtime location, Englewood city leaders on Tuesday discussed welcoming back the popular hot-dog vendor and other mobile food peddlers — for a price.

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Englewood company part of trans-fat transformation

Vegetable oil maker in Englewood braced for trans fat ban

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