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Englewood man, 75, charged in drug, prostitution sweep pleads guilty

An elderly man arrested in a drug and prostitution sweep that made the city’s senior housing complex a punch line for TV talk show hosts has pleaded guilty to all charges, but will go to an assisted living facility rather than jail, police said.

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Style icon to speak at Englewood Hospital fundraiser

The event will raise funds for The Family Birth Place at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center.

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Veterans Day stamp release honors Bergen County Medal of Honor recipient Nicholas Oresko

Nicholas Oresko, the oldest living recipient of the Medal of Honor when he died last month at an Englewood hospital, will be pictured on a folio accompanying a Postal Service stamp being issued to commemorate Veterans Day.

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Church prepares for final service in Englewood

West Side Presbyterian Church in Englewood has closed, but it's holding one final service Sunday to celebrate the congregation’s history as not only a house of worship, but also a dynamic force of social progress in Englewood.

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Englewood collision leaves one dead, one in the hospital

EDGEWATER €” A two-car collision on River Road killed a man and put a woman in the hospital on Oct. 25, shutting down half of the borough’s main thoroughfare for hours during the morning rush.

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Veggie sandwich is new Schlotzky's in Englewood's owner's favorite sandwich

The franchise offers all sorts of sandwiches

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Suffern to replace O'Keefe as Englewood's police chief in January

ENGLEWOOD - Deputy Chief Lawrence Suffern will lead the Englewood Police Department as its new chief next year when Arthur O'Keefe retires at the end of the year.

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One last ride for church in Englewood

ENGLEWOOD - The West Side Presbyterian Church closed its doors in July after 117 years of service to the community, but there are plans to have one last celebration to say goodbye to its former members.

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Teen faces juvenile charges in theft from vehicles

TENAFLY - Police say a teenage boy an officer encountered running on Dean Drive near the border of Tenafly and Englewood in the early morning hours of Sept. 25 was involved in the theft of items from unlocked borough cars.

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Englewood ice arena still badly damaged one year after Sandy

A year after Superstorm Sandy savaged the John T. Wright Arena in Mackay Park, the municipal ice rink “literally looks like a bomb went off in the building,” one resident said this week.

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