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Nutley Music Boosters event is food for the soul; Music for the ears

January 23, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Music Boosters held their second “Taste of the World” event Saturday evening at Good Shepherd Academy to help raise funds for the Nutley instrumental programs. Event co-chairs were Sal Scarpelli and Kim Redstone.

Another successful evening at a packed gymnasium with over 250 event tickets sold. The event did so well last year at the Nutley Elks Club that the ...

Nutley High School Bomb Threat Proven to be Hoax

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley Police have determined that a bomb threat made against Nutley High School was a hoax perpetrated by a student.

Nutley Police received information that there was a bomb threat made against the High School. A fast response by the department determined that the posting made by a student was a hoax.

School Administrators, Nutley Police, Essex Prosecutors ...

John H. Walker Middle School Honor Roll and High Honor Roll

NUTLEY, NJ. The John H. Walker Middle School released the Honor Roll and High Honor Roll for the first marking period.

To qualify for the honor roll, students must receive no grade lower than a B.

To qualify for the high honor roll, students must receive all A's.

John H. Walker First Marking Period Honor Roll for Seventh Grade

John H. Walker First Marking Period High Honor Roll ...

John H. Walker First Marking Period High Honor Roll for Eighth Grade

NUTLEY, NJ - John H. Walker Middle School released the first marking period high honor roll for the eighth grade.

These students received all A's in the most recent marking period. 

Hannah Algieri

Abby Bartell

Gail Baumann

Brandon Borja

Maguire Branigan

Chloe Butler

Meredith Carson

Tyler Chang

Julia Ciccone

Caroline Cmielewski

Mackenzie ...

John H. Walker First Marking Period Honor Roll for Eighth Grade

NUTLEY, NJ - John H. Walker Middle School released the first marking period honor roll for the eighth grade.

These students received no grade lower than a B in the most recent marking period.

Zain Abbas

Riley Adams

Eyad Ahmad

Areesha Ahmed

Noor Alalwan

Victoria Alameda

Samantha Allotey

Justin Andros

Julia Baranowski

Samantha Barone

Joseph ...

President Obama Names Ibtihaj Muhammad of Maplewood to Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition

January 20, 2017

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Ibtihaj Muhammad of Maplewood has been named by President Barack Obama as one of four Olympic medalists to join the President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition, according to a press release from USA Fencing. Muhammad was an Olympic bronze medalist in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.

In addition to Muhammad's appointment on Jan. 17, ...

Little League Registration Now Open

NUTLEY, NJ - Commissioner Mauro G. Tucci and the Department of Parks and Recreation have announced that Little League registration forms are now available.  Two leagues are available based on your current address.  Families living West of and including Prospect Street – sign up with Nutley American League.  Families living East of Prospect Street – sign up with Nutley ...

Team Gencarelli’s Pizzeria to Plunge in February for Special Olympics

NUTLEY, NJ - Gencarelli Brothers Pizzeria in Nutley, Newark and Toms River have joined forces and created Team “Gencarelli's pizzeria” to raise funds for the 2017 Polar Bear Plunge Freezin’ for a Reason on Feb. 25 at Seaside Heights to benefit Special Olympics New Jersey.

The team is sponsored by owners Henry Pagliuca and his wife, Tina Gencarelli-Pagliuca of Bloomfield ...

Community Advisory: Nutley Police Report Suspicious Encounter

January 23, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - Police Director Alphonse Petracco and Chief Thomas Strumolo are advising of a suspicious encounter.

Nutley Police are investigating an incident that occurred today 1/23/2017 at approximately 7:45 AM.

A 13 y/o Nutley Student reported to police that while walking to school an older man pulled next to him and offered him a ride. The juvenile told police he ...

Nutley High School Bomb Threat Proven to be Hoax

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley Police have determined that a bomb threat made against Nutley High School was a hoax perpetrated by a student.

Nutley Police received information that there was a bomb threat made against the High School. A fast response by the department determined that the posting made by a student was a hoax.

School Administrators, Nutley Police, Essex Prosecutors ...

Two Attempted Abductions Reported in Montclair

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Two reports of attempted abduction have been reported in Montclair on Tuesday.

Surrounding towns have been notified.  Information will be provided as it becomes available.  

Update:  After TAPinto Montclair first broke this news story, law enforcement officials have confirmed this report and released a sketch of the ...

Nutley Music Boosters event is food for the soul; Music for the ears

January 23, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Music Boosters held their second “Taste of the World” event Saturday evening at Good Shepherd Academy to help raise funds for the Nutley instrumental programs. Event co-chairs were Sal Scarpelli and Kim Redstone.

Another successful evening at a packed gymnasium with over 250 event tickets sold. The event did so well last year at the Nutley Elks Club that the ...

This Weekend: James and the Giant Peach at Westminster Arts Center

BLOOMFIELD, NJ - Tickets for NiCori Studios production of James and the Giant Peach at the Westminster Arts Center in Bloomfield are on sale now. Performances are January 27 at 8 p.m., January 28 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. and January 29 at 2 p.m.

Based on Roald Dahl's book of the same name, the story follows James, who, when James is sent by his conniving aunts to ...

Martin Luther King Freedom Mural to Be Unveiled by Local Artist

MONTCLAIR, NJ - The Montclair Rotary is sponsoring a presentation on local black history by Frank Gerard Godlewski, a local historian and architect at 7pm on Wednesday, February 1 and 1-2PM Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at the Montclair Main Library, 50 South Fullerton Street on the ground floor. 

Godliewski will talk about the artist and show a video of its development then ...

Nutley Music Boosters event is food for the soul; Music for the ears

January 23, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Music Boosters held their second “Taste of the World” event Saturday evening at Good Shepherd Academy to help raise funds for the Nutley instrumental programs. Event co-chairs were Sal Scarpelli and Kim Redstone.

Another successful evening at a packed gymnasium with over 250 event tickets sold. The event did so well last year at the Nutley Elks Club that the ...

Food For Thought: An Urban Legend Unearthed About Carrots

NUTLEY, NJ - Carrots are a great source of Vitamin A. Did you know that Vitamin A deficiencies can result in poor eyesight and other ocular conditions. However eating more carrots and taking Vitamin A supplements does not improve vision or reverse conditions.

The rumor about carrots improving eyesight was started as a part of disinformation campaign in the 1940’s. The Royal Air ...

Sunday Supper: One Pot Chicken and Veggie Dinner

Is there anything better than a dinner that only dirties up one pot while cooking? This delicious chicken and veggie dinner keeps clean up to the minimum, and the fitness payoff to the max! Not to mention it tastes phenomenal (even the kids will eat it!) 

Cooking a healthy dinner at home does not have to be complicated or take lots of time. This simple recipe for chicken tenders and ...

ROAD TRIP! New Jersey VegFest Fans Can’t Wait for October:  Preview Coming to Morristown

Vegan Pop-up Shop to be Hosted in January

Morristown, NJ — In response to consumer and vendor excitement for October’s New Jersey VegFest, its organizers will be hosting a new event this month: a vegan pop-up shop at the Laundromat Bar in Morristown on January 29th from 12 to 6 pm.  Vendors will be selling vegan meals and snacks, and vegan and eco-friendly products ...

Westfield Firefighters, Neighbors Rescue Lost Cat from Storm Sewer

January 7, 2017

WESTFIELD, NJ — Chris Partelow and his wife, Liz Partelow, never gave up after their cat, Graham, went missing from their Westfield home on Dec. 31. Neither did friends, neighbors and complete strangers who helped find and ultimately rescue Graham from a storm sewer Thursday afternoon.

The Partelows spent the week looking everywhere, calling police, posting on social media and ...

Union Police: Two Dogs Missing/Stolen from Border of Maplewood and Union

UNION, NJ – Two English bulldogs were reported missing from their home on Burnet Avenue on Dec. 28 at about 9:40 a.m., according to a Facebook posting by the Township of Union Police Department on Thursday, Jan. 5.

According to the Facebook post, the dogs were believed to have been picked up by a resident on Burnet Avenue at the Union/Maplewood border. The resident handed the dogs over ...

Nutley Music Boosters event is food for the soul; Music for the ears

January 23, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Music Boosters held their second “Taste of the World” event Saturday evening at Good Shepherd Academy to help raise funds for the Nutley instrumental programs. Event co-chairs were Sal Scarpelli and Kim Redstone.

Another successful evening at a packed gymnasium with over 250 event tickets sold. The event did so well last year at the Nutley Elks Club that the ...

Relay For Life Nutley is Ready for February 2 Kick Off

NUTLEY NJ - Commissioner Mauro G. Tucci will officially kick off Nutley’s 11th Annual Relay For Life Event at the Parks and Recreation Department on February 2, 2017. 

You can join the Nutley Department of Parks and Recreation on their mission to help find cures, raise funds and support the American Cancer Society by attending the kick off and learning more about ...

Team Gencarelli’s Pizzeria to Plunge in February for Special Olympics

NUTLEY, NJ - Gencarelli Brothers Pizzeria in Nutley, Newark and Toms River have joined forces and created Team “Gencarelli's pizzeria” to raise funds for the 2017 Polar Bear Plunge Freezin’ for a Reason on Feb. 25 at Seaside Heights to benefit Special Olympics New Jersey.

The team is sponsored by owners Henry Pagliuca and his wife, Tina Gencarelli-Pagliuca of Bloomfield ...

Nutley Chamber Welcomes Block Advisors

January 17, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Chamber of Commerce welcomes Block Advisors, 233 Franklin Avenue, Nutley, 973-235-1001, www.BlockAdvisors.com, as a member.

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Maureen Buck

attorney Andy Garruto

Luther Engler of Engler Financial

Lori Monaco of List 4 Lower Realty

George Dellisanti

Sandeep Kacharia

Glenn Bloom

Joanne Mantone

Neil Henning of Fortress ...

TAPinto Nutley Launches Free TAPinto App for iPhone and Android: Download it Today

NUTLEY, NJ - TAPinto.net launched a free TAPinto App today for iPhone and Android, enabling readers to obtain their local news and events in a fast, easy-to-use application.  With this launch, TAPinto becomes one of the only local news publications in the country to have its own App.

The TAPinto App not only features news and events, but also enables readers to receive push ...

There is a Bright Future for the Media, At Least in New Jersey

NUTLEY, NJ - TAPinto.net's CEO Mike Shapiro writes about the success and future for media in NJ in a recent article published by MoneyInc. 

David Chen of The New York Times wrote about the dwindling number of media watchdogs in the State of New Jersey.  While many in the media bemoan the state of the industry, there are numerous successful stories of new ...

Determined Ciattarelli Kicks Off GOP Gubernatorial Campaign, Vows to Beat Cancer

January 20, 2017

BRIDGEWATER, NJ – GOP gubernatorial candidate and state Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli minced no words when he greeted hundreds of supporters at his kick-off reception last night, just two weeks after a Statehouse press conference where he announced that he was undergoing radiation and recovering from a Nov. 15 operation for throat cancer.

Standing behind the podium in the ballroom at the ...

Steve Rogers Issues Statement on 45th President, Shares Speech for Inauguration Gala

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley Commissioer Steven L. Rogers responded to the swearing in of the 45th President of the United States and share his speech for tonight's gala. Rogers will be the keynote speaker at on of the events Friday night. 

“As an advisor to President Trump’s presidential campaign, and the first New Jersey elected official to publicly endorse him, I am ...

Nutley's Steve Rogers is Keynote Speaker for President Donald Trump’s Inauguration Gala

NUTLEY, NJ - Steve Rogers was chosen by Elisa Taylor, Donald Trump promoter, event planner and founder a Facebook group, to be the keynote speaker for President Donald Trump’s Inauguration Gala Black Tie "RED" at the Sheraton Mahwah Hotel on Friday, Jan. 20.

“It’s an honor to be the keynote speaker,” Rogers told TAPinto. “To be part of the ...

Nutley Store Sells Winning $50,000 lottery ticket

January 20, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - A Powerball prize of $50,000 was sold at Heller & Heller, 200 Franklin Ave., Nutley.

New Jersey Lottery Chief Communications Officer Judith L. Drucker stated in a press release that there were three New Jersey Lottery tickets sold that matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball drawn for the Wednesday, Jan. 11 drawing winning the $50,000 third-tier prize. One of ...

Dean of New Seton Hall - Hackensack Medical School Meets with Nutley Commissioners

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Board of Commissioners met with Dr. Bonita Stanton, founding dean of new Seton Hall - Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine Tuesday evening, Jan. 17.

Stanton was delighted to be invited to the BOC meeting and shared the progress of the new medical school with the mayor and commissioners. She also expressed thoughts on how the new school could work with the ...

Nutley Board of Commissioners approve upgrades to Fr. Glotzbach Park, Award 2017 Contracts, Make Proclamation

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Board of Commissioners met on Tuesday June 17 to discuss and approve township business.

Commissioner Mauro Tucci addressed the commissioners and those present about the need to upgrade the turf at the soccer/lacrosse field at Father Glotzbach Park. 

“In 2007 the grass was converted to a turf field. The original warranty was eight years. We are ...

Essex County Deer Management Program Begins Jan. 17

January 11, 2017

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ – The 2017 Essex County Deer Management Program, which includes South Mountain Reservation and Hilltop Reservation, will begin on January 17 according to Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr.  This is the tenth year of the program, which is geared toward revitalizing the forest ecology by reducing the number of deer.

“Controlling the ...

'Bug Club' at Essex County Environmental Center Roseland January 10

ROSELAND, NJ - 'Bug Club' for children six to ten years old, will be held monthly on Tuesdays at the Essex County Environmental Center in Roseland starting January 10. 

Each month children wil explore different aspects of entomology. Kids will collect, catch, observe, identify and then release a variety of insects. Children will learn about insects up close, and also learn about ...

Nutley Christmas Tree Recycling Starts Tuesday

NUTLEY, NJ - Mayor  Dr. Joseph P. Scarpelli announces that Christmas Tree Recycling will take place from January 3, 2017 through January 13, 2017.

Residents with real Christmas trees may leave them at curbside for pickup by the DPW during this time period.  Trees must be free of ornaments and stands and cannot be bagged.

For additional information, please ...

Dean of New Seton Hall - Hackensack Medical School Meets with Nutley Commissioners

January 19, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Board of Commissioners met with Dr. Bonita Stanton, founding dean of new Seton Hall - Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine Tuesday evening, Jan. 17.

Stanton was delighted to be invited to the BOC meeting and shared the progress of the new medical school with the mayor and commissioners. She also expressed thoughts on how the new school could work with the ...

Mountainside Medical Group Adds Primary Care Physician to Staff

Montclair, NJ – Mountainside Medical Group announced the addition of physician Gayon Hyatt, M.D., MPH expanding the group to 16 physicians. 

As a primary-care physician, Dr. Hyatt believes in the principles of wellness, preventive medicine, body, mind and spirit care, and personalized medicine for all. “I take the time to get to know each patient, and ...

Governor Signs Anti-Drug 'Night of Conversation' Bill

TRENTON, NJ - Gov. Chris Christie on Jan. 9 signed legislation that would designate one night in November of each year as a "Night of Conversation" about drug and alcohol addiction

The joint resolution, SJR-29/AJR-58 (Weinberg/Vainieri Huttle, Jasey, Jones, McKnight, Phoebus, Wimberly), encourages conversation and public discourse about the state’s ...

Bring in the Birds for Winter Beauty and Entertainment

January 3, 2017

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - Brighten your winter days by inviting birds into your landscape. Their beauty and motion help enliven the garden and lighten your spirit. Not only do they provide entertainment, but also an opportunity for all ages to stay involved with nature year-round.

Increase the number of visitors to your yard by including all the essentials these winged visitors need; food, ...

Teacher from Bloomfield Sentenced to Prison for Sexual Assault of Minor Females

January 22, 2017

MONTVILLE, NJ - Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp and Chief Rudolph Appelmann of the Montville Township Police Department announce that Jason Fennes, age 42, of Bloomfield, New Jersey was sentenced today to 14 years New Jersey State Prison, subject to the No Early Release Act, Parole Supervision for Life and Megan’s Law.

The Defendant pleaded guilty on September 22, 2016 to two ...

Municipal Court Rundown: Assault, Property Maintenance & Shoplifting in Livingston

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Since the first of the year, the following individuals have been charged by Livingston Municipal Court on various offenses:

1. George Pilkington of Nutley was charged with aggravated assault, possession of a weapon and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose after he struck another man with a metal ceiling rod.

According to the Livingston Municipal Court, ...

Nutley Music Boosters event is food for the soul; Music for the ears

January 23, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Music Boosters held their second “Taste of the World” event Saturday evening at Good Shepherd Academy to help raise funds for the Nutley instrumental programs. Event co-chairs were Sal Scarpelli and Kim Redstone.

Another successful evening at a packed gymnasium with over 250 event tickets sold. The event did so well last year at the Nutley Elks Club that the ...

Nutley High School Bomb Threat Proven to be Hoax

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley Police have determined that a bomb threat made against Nutley High School was a hoax perpetrated by a student.

Nutley Police received information that there was a bomb threat made against the High School. A fast response by the department determined that the posting made by a student was a hoax.

School Administrators, Nutley Police, Essex Prosecutors ...

John H. Walker Middle School Honor Roll and High Honor Roll

NUTLEY, NJ. The John H. Walker Middle School released the Honor Roll and High Honor Roll for the first marking period.

To qualify for the honor roll, students must receive no grade lower than a B.

To qualify for the high honor roll, students must receive all A's.

John H. Walker First Marking Period Honor Roll for Seventh Grade

John H. Walker First Marking Period High Honor Roll ...

Former Quarterdeck Inn Site Set To Transform Into 105 Room Hotel LBI

January 18, 2017

SHIP BOTTOM, NJ - The owner and developer of two distinctive properties in Stafford and LBI plans to erect a 105 room Victorian style hotel at the former site of the Quarter Deck Inn at the entrance to Long Beach Island in Ship Bottom.   The plans were approved a few years ago for the large hotel but the owner decided to moderately renovate the Quarterdeck building and develop it into the ...

Rutgers to Help Map Future of U.S. Transportation

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers University now has a say in what transportation—and traffic—will look like in the U.S. of tomorrow.

That’s because the federal Department of Transportation designated the university as a Beyond Traffic Innovation Center, which places Rutgers at the forefront of transportation research and thought leadership, according to an announcement yesterday ...

Road Trip! As New Brunswick Changes, the Corner Tavern Remains

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Vinnie Inzano has tended bar at the Corner Tavern since 1976, when his father bought the watering hole. He’ll probably continue tending bar there until it either closes or, only slightly less imaginable, a catastrophe wipes New Brunswick off the map.

At the intersection of Easton Avenue and Somerset Street, the Corner Tavern has welcomed travelers from the train ...

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DPW Recycling Notice for Tuesday, January 24, 2017

January 23, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley DPW is requesting that all residents with Recycling on Tuesday to not put out their recycling until Tuesday morning.

With the storm and high winds that is expected to hit our area Monday afternoon and night, barrels and recyclables will be blown over.  Please do not place Recycling curbside until Tuesday morning.

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Wed, January 25, 6:30 PM

The Newark Club - Metropolitan Room, Newark

ACG NJ Joint Super Networking Party, January 25th ...

Arts & Entertainment Business & Finance Food & Drink

Thu, January 26, 6:00 PM

Montclair Public Library, Montclair

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Health & Wellness

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Sun, January 29, 12:00 PM

The Hermitage Club, Deerfield Valley

ACG Northeast Deal Making at the Mountain

Arts & Entertainment Food & Drink Health & Wellness Sports

Yantacaw Parent Voices Opinion on Nutley School Construction

January 18, 2017

To The TAPinto Nutley Editor:

I am a Nutley resident, and parent of a 5th grader at Yantacaw and an 8th grader at JWMS. From the time my oldest son entered kindergarten, I have been hearing about the overcrowding problem in Nutley.  And I have watched it happen first hand. Lunch periods at Yantacaw went from two half hour periods to three twenty minute periods to accommodate the growing ...

Women's March on Washington: Why, and Why Now

As Donald Trump’s inauguration draws near, a number of groups are planning various events and rallies – perhaps most notably, the Women’s March on Washington. I have read a number of opinion pieces and spoken to many people about the March, and several questions and criticisms seem to consistently arise. I would like to address two of the major themes.

(Q) The election is ...

Bloomfield Democratic Committee Recruits for Three Council Seats

January 22, 2017

BLOOMFIELD, NJ - The Bloomfield Democratic Committee is seeking three candidates to fill openings on the Bloomfield Township Council.

According to Bloomfield Democratic County Committee chairman Michael Venezia, opportunities exist for community-minded people who are dedicated to build a better Bloomfield.  

Venezia said "If this past presidential election has taught us one ...

Montclair Residents Fill Buses Bound for Women's March on Washington

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Hundreds of Montclair and surrounding areas residents loaded onto buses during the wee hours of the morning on Saturday, Jan. 21 headed for Washington, DC.

Buses chartered by several organizations and individuals, including Montclair-based Blue WaveNJ left from the campus of Montclair High School at about 4:00 a.m. There was an air of excitement as ...

South Orange Middle School Students Walkout of School in Protest of Inauguration

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ - South Orange Middle School (SOMS) students walked out of school on Friday, Jan. 20, at about 12:30 p.m. in protest of the Presidential inauguration of Donald Trump.

According to reports, SOMS students began protesting inside the halls at about 12:15 p.m., with the walkout happening shortly afterwards. The protest, which was student-led and organized, was largely ...

Women’s March in Westfield Attracts Thousands

January 21, 2017

WESTFIELD, NJ — People of every age, gender and ethnic background from around New Jersey gathered in Westfield Saturday for a “sister” march of the Women’s March on Washington.

Organizer Lydia Kaplan estimated that thousands of people participated.

“It was over and above my expectations,” said Kaplan, who earlier in the week had expected 100 to 200 ...

A Fine Blue Line - Senate, Assembly Leaders Defend Police Tributes

Senate, Assembly Leaders Defend Blue Line Police Tributes

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ  – Last fall, towns across New Jersey painted blue lines on sections of roadways in support local law enforcement. In South Plainfield, a thin blue line was painted down Plainfield Avenue in the space between the double yellow from Maple Avenue past the municipal building and police ...

Protesters in Westfield Ask Congressman Lance to Save the Affordable Care Act

WESTFIELD, NJ — More than 100 people from various groups gathered in front of Congressman Leonard Lance’s Westfield office Wednesday evening to ask Lance to vote “no” to the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.

The rally was one of several “vigils to save health care” that evening around the state promoted by New Jersey Citizen Action.

Tears Are Good, They Let The Sadness Out

January 16, 2017

Jackie Kennedy and Coretta Scott King were our nation’s role models for mourning in the 1960’s and in the decades since. They were praised for their strength and stoicism, their courage and grace, and rightly so. They were great role models for our nation at a time of great unrest and anxiety, but I would say they were not the role models we needed when it came to grieving our ...

Nutley Police Blotter January 14 - 20 2017

January 20, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ -  The Police Blotter is compiled each week by Det. Sgt. Anthony Montanari of the Crime Intelligence Public Information Division of the Nutley Police Department.

Please note:  All parties placed under arrest have been assigned a Court date and remain innocent until proven guilty of those charges at their respective hearing.

Medical Calls: 36

Motor Vehicle ...

The Weekenders by Mary Kay Andrews

The Weekenders by Mary Kay Andrews (St. Martin's Press, 2016)

 

Having just passed the winter solstice, dreams of summer, warm beaches, suntan lotion, and the shussh of the ocean lapping the shore are very much on the minds of beach lovers. It is only five months until Memorial Day kicks off the summer season. If you are looking for a novel to titillate your summer musings, Mary ...

The Mommy’s Review - Hidden Figures

The new movie Hidden Figures is now open in theaters nationwide, and I urge all parents out there to take your children to see it. It is a wonderful film with a wonderful message, not to mention a great endorsement of all things related to STEM.

Hidden Figures brings us to Langley, VA in the 1960s, just as NASA is preparing to launch its first Americans off of the planet and into the unknown.

Millburn Residents Produce Concert Featuring Timothy B. Schmit w/special guest Richie Furay

January 21, 2017

Two Legendary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Musicians Perform at Benefit Concert

On Tuesday May 9th, Nancy and David Stone of Millburn Township, and also owners of two downtown businesses, Nancy And David Fine Jewels & STYLE by Nancy And David are producing a concert with two legendary Rock & Roll Hall of Famers in their only U.S.A appearance together.

EAGLES & former POCO ...

NiCori Teen Performance Ensemble Performs James and The Giant Peach

BLOOMFIELD, NJ - NiCori Studios and Productions Presents The NiCori Teen Performance Ensemble in Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach.  The production is directed by Corinna Sowers Adler, musically Directed by Deborah Martin and features choreography by Lisa Grimes.

It tells the story of a boy named James who, when sent by his conniving aunts to chop down their old ...

Lance, Pascrell Bill Will Keep ‘Blue Lines’ in Towns

NEW JERSEY --- U.S. Reps. Leonard Lance (NJ-07) and Bill Pascrell (NJ-09) today took up the cause of many New Jersey municipalities and law enforcement groups by proposing the Blue Line Use Exception (BLUE) Act (H.R. 566).  Legislation that will permit ‘blue lines’ to be displayed on roadways. 

“One hundred thirty five police officers died in the line of duty in ...