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Edgewater neighbors bring artistic skill to highlight a cause
Azra Schorr paints the words 'Eye of Freedom' on the side of her family's Columbia Terrace house on June 15. The house was the setting of a peaceful painting session of friends, family and local artists to make a creative statement about the Gezi Protests taking place in the Schorr's native homeland of Turkey.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Asbury Park Press
Sea Bright beach, cabana clubs rebuild for 'hardworking' community
The signature beach and cabana clubs dotting Sea Bright's shores are reopening for guests after undergoing intensive renovations projects after superstorm Sandy.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Artistic Protest in U.S.A in Support of Turkish Democracy
A group of Turkish and American Artists wanted to send a peaceful message of solidarity with those protesting the antidemocratic actions of the Turkish Government against its citizens and show their love for Turkey.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Historic Jitney a Fort Lee Time Machine to the Twilight Zone
This past Sunday, June 9 th , the Fort Lee Historical Society and Fort Lee Film Commission conducted our semi annual Historic Jitney tour of Fort Lee.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Edgewater seeks input on road plan
EDGEWATER - Pedestrians and bicyclists who try to traverse River Road are met with crumbling sidewalks, inadequate crosswalks and missing bike lanes, according to a county report.
Edgewater seeks input on waterfront report
EDGEWATER - The architects of the River Road/Hudson Waterfront Corridor Strategy, a two-phase study that seeks to improve pedestrian and bicyclist movement on Edgewater 's busiest road, are now asking for community input on their final draft report.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
The Jersey Journal
New Jersey, now powering New York City
The Hudson Transmission Project, completed this month, pumps 660 megawatts of power from New Jersey across the Hudson.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Edgewater passes $24.7M budget after delays
EDGEWATER - After a two-week delay caused by a minor oversight, the Edgewater council adopted a $24.7 million municipal budget on June 3. It also adopted an amendment to move $9,600 in interest from a $450,000 purchase of a new fireboat from the general marine utilities budget into a separate line item.
Edgewater officials reach deal to remove ferryboat
The Binghamton Ferryboat, a landmark in the borough, may soon be taking its final voyage after borough officials and its owner reach a deal to remove it from its current place.
Fri May 31, 2013
NJ woman indicted in W.Va. prison camp escape
A New Jersey woman accused of helping an inmate escape from a federal prison camp in West Virginia has been indicted.
Thu May 30, 2013
Senate bill would give hope to riverfront Edgewater residents
Iris Borman, who testified before the Senate Environment and Energy Committee recently in support of a bill that would give money towards Hudson River Waterfront Walkway repairs, in front of the damaged Grand Cove walkway.
Wed May 29, 2013
Edgewater man pleads guilty to charges of exporting military components without license
The owner of a Bergen County electronics company pleaded guilty on Wednesday to charges of exporting restricted defense articles overseas without a license.
Sat May 25, 2013
Ferryboat closer to being towed away
Daniel Kim, a personal-injury attorney, and two investors purchased the Binghamton in 2007, with hopes of converting the once-popular nightclub and restaurant into a new dining establishment.
Thu May 23, 2013
Error stops Edgewater council from voting on budget
EDGEWATER - An accidental omission on the 2013 municipal budget prevented the governing body from adopting the spending plan on May 20, pushing a scheduled public hearing on the matter to next month.
Cliffside Park Towne Centre project impacts local businesses
Initially billed as a redevelopment project, with bold promises of revitalization and invigoration for the borough's business district, whose luster dimmed as nearby Edgewater flourished with exponential residential and commercial growth, the borough condemned a dozen properties in the heart of Anderson Avenue, utilizing eminent domain, to make ... (more)
Wed May 22, 2013
Contractor Admits to Bribing Bank Rep
A New Jersey commercial contractor may spend 30 years behind bars and pay a fine of $1 million for his role in a bank bribery case.