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As reported by TapintoRoxbury. The Ruby Tuesday in Ledgewood was one of about 95 restaurants closed by the Maryville, TN chain as part of an “asset rationalization” announced last week.

TapintoRoxbury Editor Fred J. Aun, went on in the article to outline the current status of the Ledgewood Mall, with the 5,000-square-foot former Ruby Tuesday and the 52,205-square-foot former Sports Authority join a long list of empty retail space at the 43-year-old, 43-acre, 517,000-square-foot shopping center. The property was purchased a year ago by a 3-way partnership that believes it can resuscitate the mall and turn it into a vibrant new “power center.”

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Roxbury Township Police Department:  Next week, July18th - 22nd, North Hillside Avenue will be closed for water main improvements and road work. The road will be closed from 0800-1600, between Main Street and Corwin Street. People should plan an alternate route for the entire week.

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According to Roxbury Police

At approximately 1:03pm on Tuesday June 21, 2016, a 78 year old Ledgewood woman, lost control of her vehicle and crashed through the front window of the Little Gym located at 470 Route 10 in Ledgewood. The business was only occupied by one employee at the time. No one was injuried. The details of the crash are still under investigation.

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On June 10, 2016 at approximatley 3:35 AM, Corporal Jake Field was conducting patrol in the area of Fox Chase Lane in Ledgewood in response to a recent rash of car burglaries in that area. Cpl. Field encountered a suspicious vehicle, occupied by Robert Walsh, a 28-year-old Ledgewood resident.

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