NUTLEY, NJ - Murals of biblical scenes adorn the ceiling of Grace Church (Episcopal) on Highfield Lane in Nutley NJ.
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By KEVIN KNIGHTFebruary 17, 2018
NUTLEY, NJ - John Suffren took center stage with a message of inspiration on Thursday evening, February 15, during a Book Talk and Signing at the Nutley Public Library.
Suffren, affectionately known as Jack, is a local icon who taught at Nutley High School for 47 years until his retirement in 2003. He grew up in Wanamie, PA, graduated from Wilkes University in ...
By CHARLES W. KIMFebruary 17, 2018
SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – A volunteer youth soccer coach and former Sunday school teacher is charged with possessing and distributing child pornography, officials said Thursday.
FBI agents and local law enforcement arrested Waldo Milla-Guerra, 49, at his Kendall Park home Thursday morning after executing a search warrant, officials said.
Milla-Guerra, a volunteer soccer coach with the ...
By TAPINTO NUTLEY STAFFFebruary 16, 2018
NUTLEY,NJ - Pippin takes the main stage at Nutley High School in March, with evening performances March 8, 9, and 10, and a matinee March 11.
By JOHN LEEFebruary 16, 2018
NUTLEY, NJ - The Essex County Sheriff's Office confirmed to TAPinto Nutley that the bomb disposal unit was parked in front of Nutley High School Friday afternoon.
Members of the Essex County Sheriff's Office are working with the Nutley Police Department as the investigation following the Instagram incident continues. The bomb disposal unit conducted a sweep of the ...
By TAPINTO MORRISTOWN STAFFFebruary 16, 2018
MORRISTOWN, NJ - The schedule of events for the Grand Opening of the Morristown National Historical Park's Discover History Center has been announced. From February 17 through February 20, visitors can attend a variety of talks, walks, interactive exhibits, and performances.
All events will begin or occur at the Washington’s Headquarters Museum, 30 Washington ...
By TAPINTO FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP STAFFFebruary 16, 2018
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - A 14-year-old male student has been taken into custody and charged with making terroristic threats against Franklin High School, according to police.
He was removed from school after making threats on social media, according to an alert from the school district sent to parents at approximately 9:57 a.m. this morning.
"Working with the ...