NUTLEY, NJ - In our ninth month since launching, May proved to be one of our busiest to date. Our top stories for the month included good work by the Nutley Police Department, some outstanding Girl Scouts, and news of fried chicken.
Officers from the Nutley Police Department made a motor vehicle stop on Washington Avenue after noticing a shattered rear window. The two occupants now have court dates to face multiple charges include drug related counts.
The Police Blotter is compiled each week by Det. Sgt. Anthony Montanari of the Crime Intelligence Public Information Division of the Nutley Police Department. TAPinto Nutley publishes the Police blotter every Saturday and is the only news organization to publish the blotter in its entirety.
People will be able to Create, Learn, Work, Connect, and Ideate on Prism's development on the former Roche Campus. A billboard announcing the name 'On 3' was recently installed.
Missing dogs Nova and Dude have been found. The pair are home safe. Nova and Dude were going for a ride with their owner. She stopped at her boyfriend's house to run in to get something. In that short time her car was stolen with Nova and Dude inside.
Popeye's Louisiana Kitchen is coming to the Nutley - Clifton border sometime later this year. The quick service restaurant known for friend chicken is biscuits is planned for a former bank building on Main Avenue Clifton, just over the border from Nutley. The location is near Nutley Pool and Spa.
Just moments before Nutley's annual American Cancer Society 'Relay for Life' start, the 'Pink Flamigos' flew past the $7,000 mark to become the top fundraising team for 2017.
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