NUTLEY, NJ - Police rescues, planning board questions, traffic safety and Nutley teens in the Paper Mill Playhouse are among the top stories this week on TAPinto Nutley:

Officers from the Nutley Police Department responded to a 911 call on Sunday July 8 at 5 a.m. from a woman who was locked in the Burger King restaurant. Nutley Police Rescue Woman Locked in Burger King Restaurant

Residents raised questions about developer fees and fines as well as the planning board’s recommendations for mixed use during the Tuesday, June 19 board of commissioner’s public meeting. Resident Questions Franklin Avenue Developer fines at Nutley Board of Commissioners Meeting

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From Nutley, Valeria FloresWesley Gardner and Luke Surretsky have earned three of the coveted spots in Paper Mill Playhouse's Summer Musical Theater Conservatory. They will be joined with other talented teens who have also earned coveted spots. 3 Nutley Teens Earn Coveted Spots in Paper Mill Playhouse's Summer Musical Theater Conservatory

A “Do Not Block the Box” ordinance for dangerous intersections and a resolution to resurface the Monsignor Owens were among the agenda items approved during a recent Board of Commissioners public meeting. 'Block The Box' Fines Coming, Extra Police Duty Pay, Vehicle Auction at Nutley Board of Commissioners Meeting

Following directions, discipline and respect are the key traits needed by a first-responder or law enforcement official.  Those characteristics are being emphasized this week during the Nutley Junior Police Academy at Spring Garden School. It’s All About Respect and Discipline at Nutley Junior Police Academy

The Class of 2018 graduates from Nutley High 

There was a lot of action on the diamond this week as Nutley's 'Boys of Summer; entered tournament games. Nutley Little League: American Falls, 14 yr old on a roll, 11 yr olds to fall to Livingston, 10 yr olds Tournament 

Nutley Fire Department Responds to Union City Blaze

Just as stricter recycling rules towns across New Jersey, including Nutley, the entire state could face a new tax on paper and plastic bags. A new bill passed in New Jersey Senate this June may have you opting for reusable bags at the supermarket and drug store. Here’s How NJ’s Potential Bag Tax Could Affect Nutley

A Letter to the Editor addressing the National Walk Out rounds out the top articles of the week. An Open Letter to Steven Rogers, and Anyone Else Misguided About NHS’s Participation in the National School Walkout  The leader was published in March but is garnering a great number of page views this week. is a member of the New Jersey Press Association, and is the only locally owned news organization serving the community. Sign up for our FREE daily eNews. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter @TAPintoNutley  and Instagram @TAPintoNutley

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