Nutley Sunday Farmers Market

The Nutley Farmers Market, established in 2009, features live musical entertainment and a wide variety of fresh regionally-grown produce, as well as cut flowers, homemade cheese, dried fruit and fresh nuts, pickles, bread and more.  The market helps New Jersey family farmers; enables people to meet, talk to and ask questions of the person who grew their food; brings shoppers into our local business districts; and is a great place to meet friends and neighbors.

The Market runs Sundays from mid-June through October of each season and takes place in Downtown Nutley in Municipal Parking Lot 9 at 537 Franklin Avenue, from 9am to 2pm. 

  

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Sun, August 15
9:00 am — 2:00 pm
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The Nutley Farmers Market, established in 2009, features live musical entertainment and a wide variety of fresh regionally-grown produce, as well as cut flowers, homemade cheese, dried fruit and fresh nuts, pickles, bread and more. The market helps New Jersey family farmers; enables people to meet, talk to and ask questions of the person who grew their food; brings shoppers into our local ...

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537 Franklin Ave
Nutley, NJ 07100

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What is a Wasp

Every year, around 62 people die from hornet, wasp, or bee stings. These creatures may be little, but they can be very dangerous if you or someone you know has an allergy. 

You may be allergic to a particular insect, which means it's important to know the difference between them.

So what is a wasp? And how can you identify them? We'll discuss these ...

How to Prevent Wasps

NJ is home to a variety of stinging insects including bees, hornets, and wasps. Stinging insects not only cause pain to their victims but are responsible for sending over 500,000 people to the emergency room every year. Stings from these insects can be life-threatening to people who are allergic or to anyone who is subjected to multiple stings all at once.

During the second ...

Nutley’s Sicoli Named to Clara Maass Medical Center Foundation Board

July 21, 2021

Belleville, NJ — The Clara Maass Medical Center Foundation recently announced the appointment of Angela Sicoli to its Board of Trustees to a three-year term.

“We are thrilled and thankful for Angela joining our Board of Trustees,” said Robert V. Gamba, Chairman of the Clara Maass Medical Center Foundation Board. “Her experience and passion will help to foster ...

Nutley VFW Announces Family Friendly "Touch A Trike" Event with Garden State Girls Motorcycle Club

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) will host the first annual "Touch a Trike" event in conjunction with the Garden State Girls Motorcycle Club in August. 

The family friendly event will include food, games, prizes, and of course motorcycles and trikes for everyone to enjoy.

Nutley VFW Commander Maria Hamlin said, "Please come out and support our ...

'Jersey Sound' to play Nutley's Memorial Park Thursday July 22

Mayor Mauro G. Tucci and the Department of Parks and Recreation are excited to announce a family event for music lovers everywhere to enjoy!   “Jersey Sound” will take the stage on July 22, 2021 for the Recreation Department’s Sizzling Summer Concert!  This concert will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will be held at Memorial Park 1 (Mud Hole) located on the corner of Vreeland ...

Official Notice: Nutley Board of Education Retreat

June 29, 2021

In accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, P.L. 1975c. 231, this is to advise that the Nutley Board of Education will hold a Board Retreat on Wednesday, July 7, 2021 at
5:00 pm in the Media Center at the John H. Walker Middle School to discuss district and board goals for 2021-2022.

Official Notice: Nutley Board of Education In-Person Meetings Through Jan 2022

In accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, P.L. 1975c. 231, this is to advise that the Nutley Board of Education will hold Public Meetings at 6:30 pm in the John H.
Walker Middle School auditorium.

The agenda to the extent known will be available prior to the meeting on the Board website at https://nutleyschools.org or may be requested from the Board Secretary ...

Autism Awareness Month in Nutley as Seen 'In The Eyes of Alex '

April is Autism Awareness Month. Supporters across the country illuminate blue bulbs to mark the occasion and raise awareness. The Township of Nutley takes it a step further by illuminating municipal buildings in blue light for the entire month of April. 

Autism Awareness is not just limited to Nutley. In Paterson, the renovation of Lou Costello Park includes features ...

Newark Man Sentenced to 9 Years in Prison for Statewide Armed Robbery Spree

July 23, 2021

NEWARK, NJ – A Newark man on Wednesday was sentenced to 110 months in prison for participating in a string of statewide convenience store robberies, authorities announced. 

Meshach Whagar, 31, of Newark, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Kevin McNulty and was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit Hobbs Act robbery, nine substantive counts of Hobbs Act ...

Gun Buy-Back Event Coming to Newark and Paterson

NEWARK, NJ – A gun buyback event will be held in Newark next month at the Prudential Center as part of comprehensive efforts to reduce gun violence, New Jersey Acting Attorney General Andrew Bruck announced. 

In partnership with Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia Valdes, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore Stephens, and Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Cary Shill, Bruck ...

Proposed Ordinance Would Limit What Flags Fly on Clark Township Properties

July 22, 2021

CLARK, NJ –  At a Clark Township Council meeting on July 19, an ordinance restricting the types of flags that can be displayed on and at municipal properties was introduced and approved, upon first reading, by a 6-0 vote. 

Ordinance 21-21, proposed by Mayor Sal Bonaccorso, calls for 'respecting the display of flags on township flagpoles, flagstaffs, and ...

How Can a National Historic Building Be Demolished Without Approval?

PRINCETON, NJ - Princeton University’s proposed 666,000 square foot Environmental Studies and School of Engineering and Applied Science (ES+SEAS) complex is on a somewhat unexpected summer vacation, due in large part of a torrent of criticism toward the project unleashed by a succession of residents at two consecutive meetings of the Planning Board. When the July 8 meeting reached 11 p.m.

Expanded Hours & Services at Nutley Public Library:

The Nutley Public Library opened the week of July 6, 2021, with expanded hours and services! Social distanced computer use, indoor seating, newspapers, outdoor programming, and more, are now available! We look forward to seeing you! Visit the Library's website for additional information: https://nutleypubliclibrary.org/

Virtual Meet & Greet with Local Author Michael Perrota Hosted by Nutley Public Library

Join the Friends of the Nutley Public Library

for a Virtual Meet & Greet with Local Author Michael Perrota 

Monday, July 19, 2021 at 7:00 PM via Zoom

To register, please visit: https://bccls.libcal.com/event/796140.

Local Author Michael Perrota will be holding a virtual Meet & Greet and book talk to support the Friends of the Nutley Public ...

NJ to Allow Profit From Home Baking as Entrepreneurs Learn New Rule’s Nooks, Crannies

July 21, 2021

NEW JERSEY — Bakers in the Garden State who have been longing to make cookies, cakes and other baked treats from home and legally sell them for a profit are another step closer to achieving their goal.

The New Jersey Public Health Council recently approved the state Department of Health’s rule change to allow for the sale of home-baked goods and ...

New Jersey Date Night: Take a Stroll on the Boardwalk

New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers.

Living in New Jersey, be it as a couple or a single, isn’t always easy. We deal with the traffic and most of the time we’re victorious at finding parking places at the mall. But with whatever not-so-great things we’re faced with as New Jerseyans it all looks a little less bad … ...

Nutley Board of Education Offers Congratulations to NHS Class of 2021

June 22, 2021

Dear Students in the Class of 2021,

What a year! We must take a moment to recognize all you have accomplished amidst the most unique and challenging 15-month period. When you entered Nutley High School, four years ago, no one would have imagined what your  junior and senior years would have been like. 

Please know that you have impressed not only your principals, parents, teachers ...

Results May Vary

I took some time off recently to work on my beach body.

I was shamed into taking this drastic action after learning that a dead whale had washed ashore just north of San Francisco. The maritime behemoth, a 40-foot, 8-ton gray whale, died of blunt force trauma after being struck by a ship.

I don’t know, this seems to me a bit like wandering into your backyard and being run over by a ...

Letter to the Editor from NJDA Secretary Fisher concerning Spotted Lanternfly

July 6, 2021

New Jersey residents continue to be extremely concerned about the invasive Spotted Lanternfly (SLF), leading the New Jersey Department of Agriculture to field many phone calls, emails, and other messages asking what residents can do when they find SLF in their communities.

SLF, Lycorma delicatula, is a relatively new pest to the United States, initially discovered in Berks ...

Juneteenth: Why It Should Be Celebrated By All Americans

Juneteenth – it is a term heard more and more in the last several years, yet many people have no idea what it is. It is viewed by Black Americans as their Freedom or Emancipation Day, their Jubilee Day, their Black Independence Day. So, how did Juneteenth become “. . . the most popular annual celebration of emancipation from slavery in the United States?”*

The term is a ...

On3

Marriott AC/Element Hotel Approved for On3 campus on Nutley / Clifton Border

July 22, 2021

NUTLEY, NJ — The City of Clifton approved the final site plan for the dual-brand hotel with rooftop bar at the On3 campus located on the Nutley / Clifton border.

The 266-room Marriott AC/Element Hotel will feature both limited-service and extended-stay options. Situated along NJ Rt. 3, the hotel guests will have easy access On3's corporate tenants, as well as Montclair State ...

Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine and Seton Hall University Opioid Conference to Feature Addiction Experts Working to Combat National Crisis

NUTLEY, NJ – Experts from Seton Hall University and Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine will host a virtual conference July 30 to address the record number of opioid deaths in the nation, treatment options and training clinicians to prescribe addiction medication.

The virtual conference, “Recovery from Opioid Use Disorders: State-of-the-Art Science to Advance Clinical ...

Potosnak Condemns Ciattarelli’s Horrible Anti-LGBT Platform

July 16, 2021

Ed Potosnak, an openly gay member of the Franklin Township Board of Education issued the following statement in his personal capacity in response to Gubernatorial Candidate Jack Ciattarelli’s homophobic comments:

“I am shocked and dismayed to learn Jack Ciattarelli is trying to win over votes on the backs of LGBT neighbors, parents, first responders, workers and ...

The Blue Suit and the Story of January 6th

Six months ago today I wore this blue suit as I cleaned the Capitol after the insurrection, now I just donated it to the Smithsonian. January 6th must never be forgotten. While some try to erase history, I will fight to tell the story so it never happens again.

Let me share with you my story.

When the Smithsonian asked me to donate the blue suit, I thought about how the suit itself is ...

Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine and Seton Hall University Opioid Conference to Feature Addiction Experts Working to Combat National Crisis

July 22, 2021

NUTLEY, NJ – Experts from Seton Hall University and Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine will host a virtual conference July 30 to address the record number of opioid deaths in the nation, treatment options and training clinicians to prescribe addiction medication.

The virtual conference, “Recovery from Opioid Use Disorders: State-of-the-Art Science to Advance Clinical ...

Here’s what taxpayers need to know about higher education tax credits

As a new school year approaches, students are considering what classes they need to take and how much the classes will cost. Whether it’s community college, a trade school, a four-year university or an advanced degree, higher education is expensive. The good news is tax credits can help offset these costs.

These credits reduce the amount of tax someone owes. If the credit reduces tax to ...

A tip for teachers: Some educator expenses may be tax deductible

The educator expense deduction allows eligible teachers and administrators to deduct part of the cost of technology, supplies and training from their taxes. They can only claim this deduction for expenses that were not reimbursed by their employer, a grant or other source.

Who is an eligible educator:

The taxpayer must be a kindergarten through grade 12 teacher, instructor, counselor, ...

To the Dickens with Dickens

With so much emphasis being placed on STEM today, Language Arts (formerly known as English) has become less significant in the school curriculum. Grammar, punctuation, spelling, and vocabulary are touched on, but not emphasized as they used to be. Even cursive writing has been dropped from many school districts.

When I started teaching in 1972 the basics were covered in the freshman and ...

Retro Review: Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

Retro Review

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

When does a civilization begin to rot from its core?  What are the key issues that cause that civilization to die? These are the overarching questions that “the Father of African Literature,” Chinua Achebe, explores in his 1959 classic, Things Fall Apart.

Set in a Nigerian village, we learn that Okonkwo was a leading ...

Obituaries

Dec 22, 1996 - Jun 26, 2021
Michael Robert Cammett, Jr.,24, of North Arlington, New Jersey, passed away on Saturday June 26, ...
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James J. Cozzarelli, Jr., a funeral director and long-time resident of Belleville, N.J., entered ...
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The Jaffe Briefing - July 23, 2021

ON THE RAILS – $673 million? Wow, it’s almost like real money, as New Jersey, Connecticut and New York squabble over federal pandemic cash in the topsy-turvy world of mass transit. The total pot contains $14.2 billion, to be divided among the three states, NJ.com reports. The three states use a federal funding formula to figure out the split, but now greedy New York wants to switch ...

8 Simple Activities To Enjoy With Your Grandkids

Spending quality time with your grandkids (and kids) adds joy and laughter to any given day. Just basking in a child’s boundless energy and carefree silliness can boost your mood and make you smile. But joining in the fun also keeps you physically and mentally active – and research shows that multigenerational interaction is good for older adults and kids.

 

If you’re ...

Easy Recipes To Make With Home Garden Ingredients

Many foodies will attest there’s nothing more delicious than homegrown vegetables and fruits straight from your garden. Enjoying your bountiful backyard harvest will boost your vitamin and mineral intake and help you maintain a well-balanced, nutritious diet – which is especially important for gut health as you age. If you’re looking for new ways to serve your fresh produce, try ...

How to Incorporate Chalk Paint Into Your Next Project

Chalk paint is all the rage for that cozy richness it gives to furniture, décor, and even walls. The matte finish adds a softness to bold colors and a thickness that covers even the most worn down surfaces.

 

Home decorating moguls love chalk paint, and now you can, too - here’s the lowdown on why, where, and how to use chalk paint for your next DIY decorating ...

Tile, Wood, or Laminate — What’s Your Flooring Match?

If your wood floors are discolored and scratched, your tile chipped, or your laminate worn, you may need an upgrade! But what’s the best flooring option? That all depends on the purpose of the area to be refinished, your budget, and your style.

The following sections will outline some of the key differences between wood, tile, and laminate.

Since there are pros and cons to each type ...

Summer Ad Trends That Help Your Business Beat The Heat And The Competition

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Summer is back and so are customers! With the worst of COVID-19 hopefully behind us, people are more excited than ever to get outside and enjoy the warm weather. For your business, this could be a huge opportunity to draw in new customers and gain additional revenue you may have lost during last year’s lockdown. 

With consumers looking to shop locally now more ...

Shapiro: The Foxes are Winning: Partisan Local News Sites are Getting the Upperhand

Back in October, I wrote about the launch of partisan local news sites and how they were filling the void in local news in towns across the country. Since then, the amount of such sites has grown from a few hundred to more than 1,000. While some high-quality objective local news sites have launched since then, they are being dwarfed in size and scale by the partisan sites.

One ...