NUTLEY, NJ - Due to upcoming redevelopment project at the 169 Chestnut Street Annex, NFSB has temporarily relocated its Food Pantry to St Paul's Congregational Church at 10 St. Paul's Place where food distribution continues and donations are gratefully accepted. Please visit http://www.nutleyfamily.org/food-pantry or call 973-542-8276 with questions.
Nutley Family Service Bureau to accept and distribute food donations at St. Paul's Church
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By PENNIE LANDRYDecember 12, 2017
Twenty-two members of the Nutley Women’s Networking Group gathered at Mamma Vittoria November 28, for their annual Holiday Soiree’. Member Nella Cicchino hosted the women at her catering establishment at 160 Franklin Ave.
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By TIM LECRASDecember 12, 2017
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By LILLIAN SHUPEDecember 12, 2017
A bill that would remove the law enforcement powers of the New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NJSPCA) will be up for a vote on Dec. 14 before the state Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
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By ROD HIRSCHDecember 12, 2017
MANVILLE, NJ - What has become known as the world's largest veterans' parade will pause for a ceremony at Manville High School on Wednesday, Dec. 13 as the Wreaths Across America 18-truck convoy heads to Arlington National Cemetery for the annual wreath-laying on the graves of US veterans.
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By TAPINTO NUTLEY STAFFDecember 12, 2017
NUTLEY, NJ - In the spirit of Christmas, the VUMC Missions Commission has put up the Mitten Tree in the front foyer of the church and is inviting people to bring mittens, hats, gloves, scarves, and other winter weather items to put on it
The items will be donated to local organizations for distribution to people in need. They can be dropped off at the church from Monday to Friday ...
By DEBORAH ANN TRIPOLDIDecember 12, 2017
NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley held their annual holiday tree lighting in the Oval last Sunday, Dec. 3 hosted by Mayor Joseph P. Scarpelli and the board of commissioners. Over 4,000 residents attended the event held on Franklin Avenue.
The festivities began at 5:30 p.m. in the auditorium of John H. Walker middle school. Performances included JWMS Concert Choir, JWMS Jazz Band, Nutley High ...
By MARK J. BONAMODecember 12, 2017
In a show of force intended to dissuade potential primary challengers, Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo announced his re-election campaign amid a sea of supporters from Washington, D.C. to Trenton, from Newark City Hall to the outer reaches of West Essex.
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