NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley won 1st place People's Choice award at Essex County's Annual Gardens Aglow Pumpkin Decorating Contest earlier this month.
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By TAPINTO LIVINGSTON STAFFApril 24, 2018
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Six second-inning runs secure a heavy lead for the Livingston baseball team, which defeated Nutley, 9-3, at home on Monday.
Livingston’s Evan Kamikow and Chris Tamburri led the Lancers with three runs batted in (RBI) and two runs scored with on RBI, respectively, followed by Austin Chambers with two RBI and a run scored. Brett Mendez and Will Egner each ...
By STEVE LENOXApril 24, 2018
WAYNE, NJ- The precision of well over 1000 police officers coming to attention was a sad reminder of the all too frequent line of duty deaths the profession faces on an annual basis.
According to “Officer Down Memorial Page”, 135 law enforcement officers lost their lives on duty in 2017.
The pipes and drums played in unison, honor guards raised their flags, a New ...
By GENE ROBBINSApril 24, 2018
BERNARDS TWP. NJ - School board members signaled their intention to recognize Diwali on the school calendar, culminating years of requests from the Indian community.
The board voted to have its policy committee draft a proposal to grant students a day off when the main Diwali holiday falls on a school day.
This fall, Diwali falls on Wednesday, Nov. 7, and school will be held for a ...
By IRENE LAKIApril 24, 2018
BERNARDSVILLE - "Do you femelschlag?" If you see that question emblazoned on a T-shirt, as you are out and about, be sure to stop the wearer and ask them to explain.
You’ll definitely learn something about conservation and supporting the diversity of wildlife species in New Jersey, and you’ll likely have a new friend.
You’ll have just met one of the ...
By MATTHEW HERSHApril 24, 2018
NEWARK, NJ - Middlesex County Assemblywoman Yvonne Lopez and U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) held a roundtable discussion Monday with criminal justice reform advocates and formally incarcerated women to discuss legislation Lopez and Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle are introducing, modeled after legislation Booker introduced in the Senate, to reform the way women are treated behind ...
By TAPINTO HORSES STAFFApril 24, 2018
MILLSTONE TOWNSHIP, N.J. — Some Standardbreds in imminent danger of shipping to slaughter were returned to their former owners, but others await help.
Since Friday, April 20, of the 21 horses weighed and tagged to ship for slaughter:
Mr. Mystic N was helped by his past owner, Eric Goodell, and trainer Joshua Green, and is being returned to Goodell.
Jeremy Sharky was helped by ...
By LEAH SCALZADONNAApril 24, 2018
CRANFORD, NJ – In a quaint white house near the border of Cranford and Garwood, 105-year-old Kurt Steiner sat at his dining room table, surrounded by cabinets that held his collection of Viennese glass and antique Limoge plates. At his table, he had his carefully taped together passport and exit papers from Vienna, Austria, stamped with a large “J” and “Jude,” the ...